The Blue Angel
Professor Rath is an upstanding citizen, but when he discovers that some of his students have been frequenting a nightclub he goes there himself to see what attracts them. There he meets singer Lola... View more >
Starring Emil Jannings, Marlene Dietrich
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"The Blue Angel"(Der Blaue Engel) which came out in 1931 was made in English as well in German. (I saw the German language version many years ago when silent movies was played on PBS, and I saw the English version a few years ago on AMC) It was directed by Josef von Sternberg and the film introduced us to Marlene Dietrich. The fells tells the story of a professor Immanuel Rath, who fell for the sexual powers of Dietrich. I was drawn into the movie thanks to the sexy performance by Dietrich. "The Blue Angel" is German Cinema as its best. If you have an intrest in German Cinema, see this film first.
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