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German actress Marlene Dietrich and her former lover Erich Maria Remarque, are pictured at the premiere of the movie
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP Josef von Sternberg (2nd-L), originally Jonas Stern (1894-22/12/1969), Austrian-born film director, German-born actress Marlene Dietrich and her friend German writer Erich Maria Remarque (R), chat 28 May 1939 before screening a movie in Hollywood Four Star Theater. Sternberg worked in silent films in Hollywood in the 1920s as scriptwriter, cameraman, and director, but went to Germany to make his most famous film, "Der blaue Engel" (1930, The Blue Angel), with Marlene Dietrich.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP US German-born actress Marlene Dietrich and her friend German writer Erich Maria Remarque gather for a dinner 26 April 1939 in , sit in Hollywood. Marlene Dietrich, originally Maria Magdalene von Losch (1904-92), became famous in von Sternberg's "Der Blaue Engel" (1930, The Blue Angel), and developed a glamourous and sensual film personality in such Hollywood films as "Morocco" (1930) and "Blond Venus" (1932). During World War II she often appeared in shows for Allied troops, and continued to make films after the War. Dietrich also became an international cabaret star.