The Marlene Dietrich Collection was sold to the Stiftung Deutsche Kinemathek for US$5 million, by Dietrich's heirs.  The contents of Dietrich's Manhattan apartment, along with other personal effects such as jewelry and items of clothing, were sold by public auction by Sotheby's in Los Angeles in November 1997.
Her father was a police lieutenant and imbued in her a military attitude to life. Marlene was known in school for her "bedroom eyes" and her first affairs were at this stage in her life - a professor at the school was terminated. She entered the cabaret scene in 1920s Germany, first as a spectator then as a cabaret singer.
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Marlene Dietrich, original name Marie Magdalene Dietrich, also called Marie Magdalene von Losch, (born December 27, 1901, Schöneberg [now in Berlin], Germany—died May 6, 1992, Paris, France), German American motion-picture actress whose beauty, voice, aura of sophistication, and languid sensuality made her one of the world’s most glamorous film stars.
Actress and singer Marlene Dietrich was born Maria Magdalene Dietrich on December 27, 1901, in Berlin, Germany. One of the most glamorous leading ladies of the 1930s and 1940s, Marlene Dietrich is...
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Marie Magdelene Dietrich was born in Berlin, Germany on December 27, 1901. Her father was an army officer who had served in the Franco-Prussian War. Because of his constant absences from the family due to his army duties, Marlene and the rest had to rely on themselves. When he died, while she was 11, Marlene's mother married Eduard von Losch.
- Also Known As… Marlene Dietrich was born Marie Magdalene Dietrich, but was called Lena by her family. Marlene was a combination of her real name and her nickname, and she adopted it when she was just 11 years old.
- Change of Direction. Acting wasn’t a lifelong aspiration for Dietrich. She’d originally dreamt of being a concert violinist, but was forced to give it up after sustaining a hand injury at the age of 18.
- So Boring. Despite being a style icon, Dietrich had no time for fashion. In a 1960 interview, she told The Observer: “If I dressed for myself, I wouldn’t bother at all…Clothes bore me.
- Dietrich Silhouette. Dietrich’s penchant for trousers created what became known as the “Dietrich Silhouette,” which emphasized her narrow hips and broad shoulders.
Nov 04, 2014 · HOLLYWOOD headlines are full of the sexploits of today’s young stars – but none of them could hold a candle to Tinseltown’s all-time sexual superstar MARLENE DIETRICH! “Lili Marlene” had hundreds of lovers, both men and women. In her confidential coded diary the insatiable actress confessed she sometimes had three lovers in the same day!
Mar 28, 2018 · (Marlene Dietrich Collection GmbH, Munich, Germany) By 1945, Dietrich earned the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Dietrich claimed she was approached by Nazi Party representatives to return to...
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