Ah, boomawang baby, fwy away fwum me indeed.
Thank you very much for this magnificent video. I am a big fan of Marlene. I am still get excited when I see her acting, singing. I have a blog devoted to her, if you want visit it: www.clasicmarlene.blogspot.com . Marlene will always be more. Greetings from Spain and sorry for my english.
Hola, Miguel! I think we've "met" before---your blog is wonderful! Thanks for stopping by.
Such an iconic, and wonderful Star.She put herself in harms way many times During WWII to entertain the GI's.She looks lovely here.
"Glamour is what I sell, it's my stock in trade."Marlene Dietrich She certainly sells it! Jx
She was almost 71 when this was taped.
Oh, my goodness!Santa Subita!
Yet another reason why I was born about 15 years too late. To have been able to see her in person on stage! BrianB
When Max Schell interviewed Dietrich for the documentary "Marlene" (available on DVD), she expressed her dislike for kitsch. Max starts to mention this performance and she goes "...yes?", so he mentions "all that pink" and she replies "please, I was not responsible for what was behind me. Certainly my performance wasn't kitsch."