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title details and video sharing options. now playing Song Of Songs, The (1933) (Movie Clip) You Think I m Interested In Your Legs On her first day at work in her aunt s bookstore in Berlin, country girl Lily (Marlene Dietrich) meets Richard (Brian Aherne), the handsome struggling sculptor from across the street, in The Song Of Songs, 1933, from Paramount, based on a Hermann Sudermann novel.
Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992): bande originale sonore du film "Song of Songs" ("Le Cantique des Cantiques" ) tourné en 1933 et dirigé par Rouben Mamoulian.
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The Song of Songs: Directed by Rouben Mamoulian. With Marlene Dietrich, Brian Aherne, Lionel Atwill, Alison Skipworth. Lily falls in love with the sculptor who leaves her out of fear of commitment.
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The first film under her Paramount contract without Josef von Sternberg in the directors' chair, THE SONG OF SONGS (1933) is one of Dietrich's most accomplished from her early career. Due in no small part to the delicate direction of Rouben Mamoulian, Dietrich glows like a Flemish painting come to thrilling life, in a story of love, deep ...
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Jun 03, 2011 · Chopin, Schubert and Dietrich (the Latter Nude) Marlene Dietrich plays an artist's muse in Rouben Mamoulian's “Song of Songs” (1933), part of a new two-film set on DVD.
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The Song of Songs. (1933 film) The Song of Songs is a 1933 American Pre-Code romantic drama film starring Marlene Dietrich as a naive German peasant named Lily who moves to Berlin and suffers from a considerable amount of heartache. This particular version of the film was based on the 1908 novel by Hermann Sudermann, Das Hohe Lied.
Apr 03, 2015 · Marlene Dietrich’s series of films made with Josef von Sternberg are her most famous pre-Codes. As a result, The Song of Songs, made by another great director, Rouben Mamoulian, tends to be overlooked. However, here too she gives a powerful and varied performance, in a film which is packed with pre-Code content and really pushes the boundaries.
THE SONG OF SONGS (Paramount, 1933), directed by Rouben Mamoulian, from the novel by Hermann Sudermann and play by Edward Sheldon, was released at a time when movie musicals proved popular again following an over abundance of them produced during the 1929-30 dawn of sound era.