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Marlene Shanghai I

Marlene Shanghai I

MARLENE DIETRICH & skulls 1932) SHANGHAI EXPRESS. Was 1932's highest-grossing film, & won the Oscar for Best Cinematography. Photo (detail) by Don English. Costumes by Travis Banton. From Marlene Dietrich Portraits 1926-1960 Intro by Klaus-Jürgen Sembach (1984)

Was highest-grossing film, & won the Oscar for Best Cinematography. Photo (detail) by Don English. Costumes by Travis Banton. From Marlene Dietrich Portraits Intro by Klaus-Jürgen Sembach

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania marlena dietrich SHANGHAI EXPRESS gif

Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania marlena dietrich SHANGHAI EXPRESS gif

Actress Marlene Dietrich in a very special kimono decorated with flying cranes.  1930’s

thekimonogallery: “ Actress Marlene Dietrich in a very special kimono decorated with flying cranes.

"Shanghai Express" starring Marlene Dietrich 1932. "It took more than one man to change my name to Shanghai Lily".

Marlene Dietrich, Shanghai Express, directed by Josef von Sternberg. katjaanderson added: dressed by Travis Banton. According to Larry Carr, author of The Four Fabulous Faces, Marlene was his favourite and he always “outdid himself for her”.

"I had no desire to be a film actress, to always play somebody else, to be beautiful with somebody constantly straightening out your every eyelash. It was always a big bother to me." "I'm not an actress - I'm a personality." "There is a lack of dignity to film stardom." "I never ever took my career seriously." "I was an actress. I made films. Finish." Marie Magdalene "Marlene" Dietrich (27th December 1901 – 6th May 1992)

hollywoodlady: Marlene Dietrich for Witness for the Prosecution, 1957

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