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The Blue Angel (1930)

You Too, Will Be Aroused By Her Intoxicating Beauty! "This Woman Makes a Man of Dignity a Slave to Love!"

Genre : Drama

Runtime : 1H 48M

Director : Josef von Sternberg

Synopsis

Prim professor Immanuel Rath finds some of his students ogling racy photos of cabaret performer Lola Lola and visits a local club, The Blue Angel, in an attempt to catch them there. Seeing Lola perform, the teacher is filled with lust, eventually resigning his position at the school to marry the young woman. However, his marriage to a coquette -- whose job is to entice men -- proves to be more difficult than Rath imagined.

Actors

Emil Jannings
Emil Jannings
Immanuel Rath
Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich
Lola Lola
Kurt Gerron
Kurt Gerron
Kiepert
Rosa Valetti
Rosa Valetti
Guste
Hans Albers
Hans Albers
Mazeppa
Reinhold Bernt
Reinhold Bernt
The Clown
Károly Huszár
Károly Huszár
The Blue Angel's Proprietor
Eduard von Winterstein
Eduard von Winterstein
School Headmaster
Hans Roth
Hans Roth
Bedel
Rolf Müller
Rolf Müller
Pupil
Roland Varno
Roland Varno
Pupil
Carl Ballhaus
Carl Ballhaus
Pupil
Robert Klein-Lörk
Robert Klein-Lörk
Pupil
Wilhelm Diegelmann
Wilhelm Diegelmann
Captain
Gerhard Bienert
Gerhard Bienert
Policeman
Ilse Fürstenberg
Ilse Fürstenberg
Maid
Friedrich Hollaender
Friedrich Hollaender
Pianist (uncredited)
Wolfgang Staudte
Wolfgang Staudte
Pupil (uncredited)
Edith Kiel
Edith Kiel
Prostitue (uncredited)

Crews

Josef von Sternberg
Josef von Sternberg
Director
Erich Pommer
Erich Pommer
Producer
Günther Rittau
Günther Rittau
Director of Photography
Walter Klee
Walter Klee
Editor
Sam Winston
Sam Winston
Editor
Hans Schneeberger
Hans Schneeberger
Director of Photography
Friedrich Hollaender
Friedrich Hollaender
Original Music Composer
Heinrich Mann
Heinrich Mann
Novel
Carl Zuckmayer
Carl Zuckmayer
Writer
Karl Vollmöller
Karl Vollmöller
Writer
Robert Liebmann
Robert Liebmann
Writer
Josef von Sternberg
Josef von Sternberg
Writer
Viktor Eisenbach
Viktor Eisenbach
Unit Manager
Emil Hasler
Emil Hasler
Production Designer
Harry Froboess
Harry Froboess
Stunts
Hans Schneeberger
Hans Schneeberger
Assistant Camera
Carl Winston
Carl Winston
Writer
Otto Hunte
Otto Hunte
Art Direction
Tihamer Varady
Tihamer Varady
Costume Design
Waldemar Jabs
Waldemar Jabs
Makeup Artist
Oscar Schmidt
Oscar Schmidt
Makeup Artist
Franz Waxman
Franz Waxman
Orchestrator
Fritz Thiery
Fritz Thiery
Sound Designer

Trailers and other movies

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