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Marlene Dietrich, Shanghai Express, 1932; photo by Eugene Robert Richee

Marlene Dietrich portrait by Eugene Robert Richee. Gelatin silver glossy 8 x 10 in. print of Marlene Dietrich by Eugene Robert Richee; with Paramount Pictures rubber stamp on the verso.

MARLENE DIETRICH & skulls 1932) SHANGHAI EXPRESS. Was 1932's highest-grossing film, & won the Oscar for Best Cinematography. Photo (detail) by Don English. Costumes by Travis Banton. From Marlene Dietrich Portraits 1926-1960 Intro by Klaus-Jürgen Sembach (1984)

Was highest-grossing film, & won the Oscar for Best Cinematography. Photo (detail) by Don English. Costumes by Travis Banton. From Marlene Dietrich Portraits Intro by Klaus-Jürgen Sembach

"If she did not have anything except the voice, it still would crash your heart"  April 1, 1930 after the premiere of the film "The Blue Angel" Rose star Marlene Dietrich. In the film she played a seductive canary and dancer Lola-Lola

"If she did not have anything except the voice, it still would crash your heart" April 1930 after the premiere of the film "The Blue Angel" Rose star Marlene Dietrich. In the film she played a seductive canary and dancer Lola-Lola

Marlene Dietrich, by Mercedes de Acosta (so beautiful, good lord)

Marlene Dietrich, by Mercedes de Acosta

Marlene Dietrich, by Mercedes de Acosta (so beautiful, good lord)

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