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01 - Falling in Love Again.flac
02 - I am the Naughty Lola.flac
03 - Give me the man.flac
04 - You do something to me.flac
05 - Lili Marlene.flac
06 - Black Market.flac
07 - The boys in the Backroom.flac
08 - You've got that look.flac
09 - Johnny.flac
10 - You little so and so.flac
11 - I've been in love before.flac
12 - You go to my head.flac
13 - Good for Nothin'.flac
14 - Peter.flac
15 - Hot Voodoo.flac
16 - Illusions.flac
17 - Blonde Women.flac
18 - Man's in the Navy.flac
19 - In the ruins of Berlin.flac
20 - Too old to cut the mustard.flac
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Marlene Dietrich (27 December 1901 – 6 May 1992) was a
German-born American actress, singer and entertainer.
Dietrich remained popular throughout her long career by continually re-inventing herself. In
1920s Berlin, she acted on the stage and in silent films. Her performance as Lola-Lola in The
Blue Angel, directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought her international fame and a contract
with Paramount Pictures in the USA. Hollywood films such as Shanghai Express and Desire
capitalised on her glamour and exoticism, cementing her stardom and making her one of the
highest paid actresses of the era. Dietrich became a US citizen in 1939; during World War II,
she was a high-profile frontline entertainer. Although she still made occasional films in the
post-war years, Dietrich spent most of the 1950s to the 1970s touring the world as a
successful show performer.
In 1999 the American Film Institute named Dietrich the ninth greatest female star of all time.
In 1921, Dietrich auditioned unsuccessfully for theatrical director and impressario Max
Reinhardt's drama academy; however, she soon found herself working in his theatres as a
chorus girl and playing small roles in dramas, without attracting any special attention at first.
Dietrich made her film debut playing a bit part in the 1922 film, So sind die Männer. She met
her future husband, Rudolf Sieber, on the set of another film made that year, Tragödie der
Liebe. In the G. W. Pabst film, Die freudlose Gasse (1925), the actress playing Elsa is Hertha
von Walther (1903-1987), who looks very much like the young Marlene Dietrich, giving rise to
the false rumor that Dietrich has a bit part in this film.
Dietrich and Sieber were married on 17 May 1924. Her only child, daughter Maria Elisabeth
Sieber, later billed as actress Maria Riva, was born on 13 December 1924.
Dietrich continued to work on stage and in film both in Berlin and Vienna throughout the
1920s. On stage, she had roles of varying importance in Frank Wedekind's Pandora's Box,
William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and A Midsummer Night's Dream as well as
George Bernard Shaw's Back to Methuselah and Misalliance. It was in musicals and revues,
such as Broadway, Es Liegt in der Luft and Zwei Krawatten, however, that she attracted the
By the late 1920s, Dietrich was also playing sizable parts on screen - the most notable films
being Café Electric (1927), Ich küsse Ihre Hand, Madame (1928) and Das Schiff der
verlorenen Menschen (1929).
In 1929, Dietrich landed the breakthrough role of Lola-Lola, a cabaret singer who causes the
downfall of a hitherto respected schoolmaster, in UFA's production, The Blue Angel (1930).
The film was directed by Josef von Sternberg, who thereafter took credit for having
"discovered" Dietrich. The film is also noteworthy for having introduced Dietrich's signature
song "Falling in Love Again".
December 27, 1901
Birth of Marie Magdalene Dietrich in Berlin-Schoneberg.
Parents: Louis Erich Otto Dietrich and Elisabeth Josephine nee Felsing.
1907 - 1919
School in Berlin and Dessau.
First stage roles in Berlin theatres, including the Grosses Schauspielhaus Berlin
(director Max Reinhardt); first small parts in films.
May 17, 1923
Marriage to Rudolf Sieber (1897 - 1976).
December 13, 1924
Birth of daughter Maria Elizabeth Sieber.
First leading part in the film DIE FRAU, NACH DER MAN SICH SEHNT.
Screen tests and contract for the film DER BLAUE ENGEL.
April 1, 1930
Premiere of the DER BLAUE ENGEL at the Gloria Palast in Berlin.
April 2, 1930
Departure for America.
November 14, 1930
Premiere of her first American film, MOROCCO.
After seven films together, parting of the ways with her director Josef von Sternberg.
March 6, 1937
Became an American citizen.
1944 - 45
Entertaining American troops in N. Africa and Europe.
The French government awards her the title of “ de la Legion d'Honneur”.
She was later to be promoted "officer" by President Pompidou and “” by President Mitterand.
1953 - 54
Appearances as show performer at the Hotel Sahara in Las Vegas and Cafe de Paris in London.
Publication of the book “ Dietrich's ABC”
Last cabaret/stage performance
Last film performance in “ A Gigolo”
Autobiography published “ nur mein Leben”
Biographical film “” by Maximillian Schell
May 6, 1992
Died in Paris in her sleep; Services at La Madelaine May 10,
Buried in Berlin next to her mother, May 16, 1992.
October 24, 1993
Transfer of her estate effects to the State of Berlin and the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek,
assisted by John Block of Sotheby's (New York)
1. (03:00) - Falling in Love Again
2. (02:35) - I am the Naughty Lola
3. (03:07) - Give me the man
4. (03:01) - You do something to me
5. (03:26) - Lili Marlene
6. (04:08) - Black Market
7. (02:04) - The boys in the Backroom
8. (02:44) - You've got that look
9. (03:10) - Johnny
10. (02:46) - You little so and so
11. (02:38) - I've been in love before
12. (03:10) - You go to my head
13. (02:22) - Good for Nothin'
14. (03:20) - Peter
15. (07:28) - Hot Voodoo
16. (03:32) - Illusions
17. (03:16) - Blonde Women
18. (01:49) - Man's in the Navy
19. (02:48) - In the ruins of Berlin
20. (02:48) - Too old to cut the mustard
Playing Time.........: 01:03:14
Total Size...........: 167.12 MB