A fascinating self-portrait of one of the greatest entertainers of Hollywood's golden age Film star. Cabaret sensation. Recording artist. Writer. Marlene Dietrich was nothing short of enchanting--and remains so as she chronicles her fabulous rise to stardom in Marlene. From her early career in Germany as a chorus girl to her breakout role as Lola in The Blue Angel to her courageous wartime tours, Dietrich recounts a life that captivates on the page just as she smoldered on the screen. She writes passionately of her friends--including Charlie Chaplin, Orson Welles, and Edith Piaf, among many others--and she shares memories of what she calls her greatest accomplishment: entertaining the Allied troops during World War II. A sustained expression of her bold, sophisticated style, Marlene reminds us why Dietrich remains an international icon and a true Hollywood legend.
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Open Road Integrated Media, LLC
July 31, 1990
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