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Knight Without Armor (1937) Poster

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During the bathtub scene, Marlene Dietrich slipped on a bar of soap, falling naked and spreadeagled before cast and crew. Ever the professional, she picked herself up, laughed and continued shooting.
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During the shooting Robert Donat had a severe attack of asthma and the film was delayed for almost a month. The producers wanted to replace him but Marlene Dietrich refused. According to Robert Osborne, host of Turner Classic Movies, Marlene Dietrich waived her salary during Robert Donat's illness and nursed him until he was well enough to return to filming.
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The poem quoted by Fothergill, aka Ouronov, is "Prospice" by Robert Browning. The one quoted by the Countess is "I have outlasted all desire" (1821) by Alexander Pushkin.
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This film was first shown on television in New York City Friday 5 October 1951 on WCBS (Channel 2) and in Los Angeles Sunday 4 November 1951 on KTLA (Channel 5).
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