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Marlene Dietrich, 1930s

Marlene Dietrich, 1930's

“That German actress wanted to wash my hair. She came into my dressing room and made the offer. I had to turn her down — I was afraid she didn’t mean the hair on my head.” - Mae West on Marlene Dietrich Marlene Dietrich: Morocco, 1930

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Marlene Dietrich’s “verging from the norm” affair with fellow screen siren Kay Francis

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Marlene Dietrich as a tuxedo-clad cabaret singer from Josef von Sternberg’s Morocco 1930 (Vanity Fair)

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Marlene in her tuxedo. Paramount saw the attention she'd generated with her masculine look and seized advantage of it with this series of stylized portraits to promote "Morocco.

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Portrait of German-American singer and actor Marlene Dietrich, Germany, photograph by Alfred Eisenstaedt.

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Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich in a 1931 photo by James N. Doolittle This is what glamour looks like. Pointe Croisette – Place F.

Marlene Dietrich

The heroine of my new Hollywood novel is a daring young soul, and this morning one of my favorite authors asks moi, someone who is 7 years older than Gloria Swanson was when she made Sunset Blvd.

Tailored and the perfect hat

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