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  1. AllMusic. [1] Billboard Magazine. Mixed [2] Marlene Dietrich Overseas is the first Marlene Dietrich album. Orchestra conducted by Jimmy Carroll. Issued on 10" LP by Columbia Records under the catalogue number LP GL105. All the vocals are in German translated by Lothar Metzl (except Lili Marlene ).

    No.
    Title
    Writer (s)
    Length
    1.
    Hans Leip / Norbert Schultze
    3:09
    2.
    Fred E. Ahlert / Roy Turk
    3:11
    3.
    "Annie Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
    Johnny Burke / Harold Spina / Joe Young
    2:58
    4.
    Oscar Hammerstein II / Richard Rodgers
    3:35
  2. Listen free to Marlene DietrichMarlene Dietrich Overseas (Lilli Marlene, Mean to me and more). 8 tracks (24:46). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last.fm.

  3. Marie Magdalene Dietrich, más conocida como Marlene Dietrich, fue una actriz y cantante alemana que también adoptó la nacionalidad estadounidense. Es considerada como uno de los más eminentes mitos del séptimo arte, y también como la novena mejor estrella femenina de todos los tiempos según el American Film Institute.

    • Marie Magdalene Dietrich
    • 6 de mayo de 1992, (90 años), París, Francia
  4. One was the front lines where the physical combat took place and the second was the furiou, bitter battle of propaganda. Marlene Dietrich was one of the very few people who served on both battlefields. The glamorous Miss Dietrich abandoned her fabulous career and threw herself whole-heartedlyinto the entertainment of front line troops.

    • Early Life
    • Career
    • Death and Estate
    • Personal Life
    • Legacy
    • Works
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    She was born Marie Magdalene Dietrich, at Leberstraße 65 in the neighborhood of Rote Insel in Schöneberg, now a district of Berlin. Her mother, Wilhelmina Elisabeth Josefine (née Felsing), was from an affluent Berlin family who owned a jewelry and clock-making firm. Her father, Louis Erich Otto Dietrich, was a police lieutenant. Dietrich had one si...

    Association with von Sternberg

    In 1929, Dietrich landed her breakthrough role of Lola Lola, a cabaret singer who caused the downfall of a hitherto respectable schoolmaster (played by Emil Jannings), in the UFA production of The Blue Angel (1930), shot at Babelsberg film studios. Josef von Sternberg directed the film and thereafter took credit for having "discovered" Dietrich. The film introduced Dietrich's signature song "Falling in Love Again", which she recorded for Electrola. She made further recordings in the 1930s for...

    The later 1930s

    Dietrich's first film after the end of her partnership with von Sternberg was Frank Borzage's Desire (1936) with Gary Cooper, a commercial success that gave Dietrich an opportunity to try her hand at romantic comedy. Her next project, I Loved a Soldier(1936), ended in shambles when the film was scrapped several weeks into production due to script problems, scheduling confusion and the studio's decision to fire the producer Ernst Lubitsch. Extravagant offers lured Dietrich away from Paramount...

    World War II

    Dietrich was known to have strong political convictions and the mind to speak them. In the late 1930s, Dietrich created a fund with Billy Wilder and several other exiles to help Jews and dissidents escape from Germany. In 1937, her entire salary for Knight Without Armor ($450,000) was put into escrow to help the refugees. In 1939, she became an American citizen and renounced her German citizenship.In December 1941, the U.S. entered World War II, and Dietrich became one of the first public fig...

    On 6 May 1992, Dietrich died of kidney failure at her flat in Paris at age 90. Her funeral was a requiem mass conducted at the Roman Catholic church of La Madeleine in Paris on 14 May 1992. Dietrich's funeral service was attended by approximately 1,500 mourners in the church itself—including ambassadors from Germany, Russia, the US, the UK and othe...

    Dietrich's professional image was carefully crafted and maintained while her personal life was mostly hidden from the public. She was fluent in German, English, and French. Dietrich, who was bisexual, enjoyed the thriving gay bars and drag balls of 1920s Berlin. Bars included the Mali und Igel, run by Elsa Conrad. She also defied conventional gende...

    Dietrich was an icon to fashion designers and screen stars. Edith Head remarked that Dietrich knew more about fashion than any other actress. Marlene Dietrich favoured Dior. In an interview with The Observer in 1960, she said, "I dress for the image. Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men. If I dressed for myself I wouldn'...

    Radio

    Noteworthy appearances include: 1. Lux Radio Theater: The Legionnaire and the Ladywith Clark Gable (1 August 1936) 2. Lux Radio Theater: Desirewith Herbert Marshall (22 July 1937) 3. Lux Radio Theater: Song of Songswith Douglas Fairbanks, Jr (20 December 1937) 4. The Chase and Sanborn Hourwith Edgar Bergen and Don Ameche (2 June 1938) 5. Lux Radio Theater: Manpowerwith Edward G Robinson and George Raft (15 March 1942) 6. The Gulf Screen Guild Theater: Pittsburghwith John Wayne (12 April 1943)...

    Writing

    1. Dietrich, Marlene (1962). Marlene Dietrich's ABC. Doubleday. 2. Dietrich, Marlene (1979). Nehmt nur mein Leben: Reflexionen (in German). Goldmann. ISBN 978-3-442-06327-7. 3. Dietrich, Marlene (1989). Marlene. Salvator Attanasio (translator). Grove Press. ISBN 978-0-8021-1117-3. 4. Dietrich, Marlene (1990). Some Facts About Myself. Helnwein, Gottfried [Conception and photographs]. ISBN 978-3-89322-226-1. 5. Dietrich, Marlene (2005). Nachtgedanken. Riva, Maria [Edited by]. ISBN 978-3-57000-8...

    Painting/Drawing

    1. 1941: Max Ernst finished the picture Marlenein oil who bears her facial features.

    Sources

    1. Bach, Steven (1992). Marlene Dietrich: Life and Legend. William Morrow and Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0-688-07119-6. 2. Bach, Steven (2011). Marlene Dietrich: Life and Legend. University of Minnesota Press. ISBN 978-0-8166-7584-5. 3. Chandler, Charlotte (2011). Marlene Dietrich, a personal biography. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 978-1-4391-8835-4. 4. Gammel, Irene (2012). "Lacing up the Gloves: Women, Boxing and Modernity". Cultural and Social History. 9 (3): 369–390. doi:10.2752/147800412X133475429...

    Carr, Larry (1970). Four Fabulous Faces:The Evolution and Metamorphosis of Swanson, Garbo, Crawford and Dietrich. Doubleday and Company. ISBN 978-0-87000-108-6.
    Phillips, James (2019). Sternberg and Dietrich: The Phenomenology of Spectacle. Oxford University Press. ISBN 978-0-19091-524-7.
    Riva, David J. (2006). A Woman at War: Marlene Dietrich Remembered. Wayne State University Press. ISBN 978-0-8143-3249-8.
    Walker, Alexander (1984). Dietrich. Harper & Row. ISBN 978-0-06-015319-9.
    Marlene Dietrich at the Internet Broadway Database
    Marlene Dietrich at IMDb
  5. Jazz album: “Marlene Dietrich Overseas” by Marlene Dietrich, released in 1952 on Fermata. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz EXPLORE Donate