Blonde Venus (1932)
A German chorus girl marries an Englishman and becomes a star in the New York night clubs, before being seduced by a playboy and running away. Out to own now as part of Marlene Dietrich The Collection
The Blue Angel (1930)
A middle-aged professor becomes infatuated with a night club dancer.
Destry Rides Again (1939)
Pacifist lawman in the Wild West meets feisty chanteuse in The Last Chance Saloon.
Follow The Boys (1944)
Star-studded extravaganza about a young hopeful seeking fame in Hollywood.
A Foreign Affair (1948)
Black romantic comedy with political overtones still relevant today. Out to own now as part of the 18-disc Marlene Dietrich: The Movie Collection DVD box set.
The Garden Of Allah (1936)
A lonely women finds love in the desert after the death of her father. Unbeknown to her, her new husband is an monk who has escaped the monastery.
Golden Earrings (1947)
Stiff upper-lipped British officer falls for a gypsy while on a mission in Nazi Germany. Out to own now as part of Marlene Dietrich: The Movie Collection 18-disc box set.
Morocco (1930)
A womanising soldier in the Foreign Legion falls for a sultry nightclub singer. Out to own as part of Marlene Dietrich: The Collection 18-disc box set now.
Pittsburgh (1942)
A high-class "countess" helps two coal miners make a mint... but what is the price of success? Out to own now as part of Marlene Dietrich: The Movie Collection 18-disc box set.
Seven Sinners (1940)
A cabaret singer is deported from various South Sea Islands for causing fights amongst the naval officers.
The Song Of Songs (1933)
An innocent moves to the city after her father’s death and finds her ideas about love and romance thwarted by cynicism. Available to own as part of Marlene Dietrich: The Movie Collection.
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