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The Blue Angel (April 1, 1930)

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Marlene Dietrich in The Blue Angel
 

Released on April 1, 1930: A stodgy professor falls in love with an uninhibited lusty blonde exotic singer.

Produced by Erich Pommer

Directed by Joseph von Sternberg

The Actors: Marlene Dietrich (Lola Lola), Emil Jannings (Professor Immanuel Rath), Kurt Gerron (Zauberkunstler Kiepert the magician), Rosa Valetti (Guste Kiepert, magician's wife), Hans Albers (Mazeppa the strong man), Reinhold Bernt (the clown), Eduard von Winterstein (school director), Hans Roth (caretaker of the secondary school), Rolf Muller (pupil Angst), Roland Varno (pupil Lohmann), Carl Balhaus (pupil Ertzum), Robert Klein-Lork (pupil Goldstaub), Charles Puffy (innkeeper Wirt), Wilhelm Diegelmann (Captain), Gerhard Bienert (Policeman), Ilse Furstenberg (maid), Die Weintraub Syncopators (orchestra), Friedrich Hollaender (pianist), Wolfgang Staudte (pupil)

 
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Her name was Lola

Falling in Love Again . . . Never Wanted To . . . What's A Girl to Do? . . . Can't Help it! . . . Love's Always Been my Game . . . I Was Made That Way . . . . What's A Girl to Do? . . . Can't Help it . . . Marlene Dietrich sings this song in her exotic nightclub show to the stodgy old professor who has come to the club looking for his errant students who flock to worship at the naked legs of beautiful Lola. This is the first leading part for silver screen idol Marlene Dietrich as she sings the song that would be attached to her name forever. Filmed in Germany, two versions were made at the same time, one for German audiences and one for English audiences. This version is the English version, and even though there is still a substantial amount of German dialogue you will easily understand and enjoy the story. This movie is famous on many levels . . . It was the very first German 'talkie' in addition to being the breakout motion picture for Marlene Dietrich who created the role of a sexy uninhibited vamp. She sings in bawdy nightclubs and falls in love with whomever is nearby, only loving for the sport of it, not for romantic commitment. After taking a liking to Professor Rath from the local school for wealthy boys she takes him to her room for the night, and the next day he is fired from his job because of his tryst with the irresistible Lola Lola. He takes her a dozen roses and a diamond ring and proposes . . . and she laughs hysterically at him . . . and then for some reason relents and marries him. Together they go on the road visiting city after city as Lola Lola continues singing in her seductive costumes for the lusty male audiences. I will stop here, because I want you to enjoy the path ahead as a surprise . . . but as an almost 'spoiler alert' . . . know that in 1930 Germany there is no commission that would censor movie story lines and story plots, and this story will not end well for one of our main characters . . . If I had the nerve I would describe this story as a romantic tragedy of Shakespearean proportions . . . and the clock peals eight times. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy the show.

Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
Carl Balhaus
Carl Balhaus
Eduard von Winterstein
Eduard von Winterstein
Emil Jannings and Eduard von Winterstein
Emil Jannings and Eduard von Winterstein
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich with champagne
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich with champagnes
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich
Emil Jannings and Rolf Muller
Emil Jannings and Rolf Muller
Emil Jannings
Emil Jannings
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich
Emil Jannings under the table
Emil Jannings under the table
Emil Jannings in the spotlight at the Blue Angel
Emil Jannings in the spotlight at the Blue Angel
Gerhard Bienert
Gerhard Bienert
Kurt Gerron and Emil Jannings
Kurt Gerron and Emil Jannings
Kurt Gerron and Marlene Dietrich
Kurt Gerron and Marlene Dietrich
Kurt Gerron
Kurt Gerron
Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich and Emil Jannings
Marlene Dietrich and Emil Jannings
Marlene Dietrich and Emil Jannings
Marlene Dietrich and Emil Jannings
Marlene Dietrich and Hans Albers
Marlene Dietrich and Hans Albers
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich
Emil Jannings and Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich puts on the diamond ring
Marlene Dietrich puts on the diamond ring
Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich singing on stage
Marlene Dietrich singing on stage
Marlene Dietrich with the roses
Marlene Dietrich with the roses
photos of Lola Lola
photos of Lola Lola
Reinhold Bernt
Reinhold Bernt
Rolf Muller
Rolf Muller
Rosa Valetti
Rosa Valetti