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Marlene Dietrich: Her Own Song (2001)

The films, affairs and struggles of the iconic star of The Blue Angel as told by Rosemary Clooney, Roger Corman, Deanna Durbin and many more.

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The films, affairs and struggles of the iconic star of The Blue Angel as told by Rosemary Clooney, Roger Corman, Deanna Durbin and many more.

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Marlene Dietrich - To diko tis tragoudi  »

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Sag Mir Wo Die Blumen Sind
Written by Pete Seeger (music) and Max Kolpé (as Max Colpet) (German lyrics)
Performed by Marlene Dietrich
Published by Sanga Music, Inc.
Courtesy of ESSEX MUSIKVERTRIEB GMBH, Hamburg
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Marlene Dietrich

This is the Movie I have waited for. Marlene Dietrich seems to be the equivalent of a greatest movie star in the female role. Something like Charlie Chaplin for the male audience. The 21st century should hardly be able to produce a star like her. No offence to Hollywood. Some of here lifetime stanzas are also shattering. I watched "Morocco" first time and was stunned - such a vivid movie and that in year 1930. Cary Cooper was also perfect, in fact, he shaped Marlene for her future performances. I don't agree with critique that she has bad movies. She is 100% quality. In her later life she show a little twitter in her relationship with Jean Gabin. The guy has a "workers" mentality and doesn't really deserve her. Anyway, women were never party to men and maybe she really believed they have a match. Still further she made appearances that I saw for first time in this footage. Was she really running somewhere that she so often fall? So, finally how is it possible no one to attend her funeral when she made so much for Hollywood. Thank You.


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