The Blue angel / directed by Josef von Sternberg.

Contributor(s): Von Sternberg, Josef, 1894-1969 | Dietrich, Marlene | Jannings, Emil, 1884-1950 | Albers, Hans | Valetti, Rosa | Mann, Heinrich, 1871-1950. Professor Unrat | Kino International CorporationMaterial type: FilmFilmLanguage: English, German Publisher: New York : Kino Video, ©2001Description: 2 videodiscs (188 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 inContent type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: video Carrier type: videodiscUniform titles: Blaue Engel. Subject(s): Feature films -- Germany | Motion pictures, GermanGenre/Form: DVDs.DDC classification: 791.43/72 LOC classification: PN1997 | .B665 2001
Contents:
Disc 1. German version -- Disc 2. English version.
Production Credits: Directed by Joseph von Sternberg ; screenplay, Robert Liebmann, Carl Zuckmayer, Karl Vollmöller ; music, Frederick Hollander ; photography, Gunther Rittau, Hans Schneeberger.
Cast: Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jannings, Hans Albers, Rosa Valetti.Summary: One of the early sound masterpieces of German cinema, this film made Marlene Dietrich an international star and helped assure director Joseph von Sternberg a place in cinematic history. The story is a gripping portrait of a middle-aged professor who is degraded by his obsession with a tawdry cafe entertainer.
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Adapted from the novel by Heinrich Mann.

DVD release of the 1929 motion picture, in both original German and original English versions.

Disc 1. German version -- Disc 2. English version.

Directed by Joseph von Sternberg ; screenplay, Robert Liebmann, Carl Zuckmayer, Karl Vollmöller ; music, Frederick Hollander ; photography, Gunther Rittau, Hans Schneeberger.

Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jannings, Hans Albers, Rosa Valetti.

One of the early sound masterpieces of German cinema, this film made Marlene Dietrich an international star and helped assure director Joseph von Sternberg a place in cinematic history. The story is a gripping portrait of a middle-aged professor who is degraded by his obsession with a tawdry cafe entertainer.

DVD; Dolby digital 2.0; widescreen.

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