The Blue Angel

Film/Video

The Blue Angel
(Josef von Sternberg, 1930)
Photo courtesy Kino International

The Blue Angel

Josef von Sternberg, 1930

Sat, Jan 19, 2002 7 PM

A new print of the Marlene Dietrich classic! See the scenes in the order the director intended, plus rare footage of Dietrich's screen test.
Only now being seen in its original, longer German form, The Blue Angel is the film that catapulted Marlene Dietrich to international stardom. It's also the first of her legendary collaborations with director Josef von Sternberg. The new print features the orginal scene sequence, newly translated subtitles, and rare footage of Dietrich's screen test. (103 mins.)

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