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by Josef Von Sternberg


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Josef von Sternberg (born Jonas Sternberg, 29 May 1894 – 22 December 1969) was an Austrian-American filmmaker whose career successfully spanned the transition from the silent to the sound er. .

Josef von Sternberg (born Jonas Sternberg, 29 May 1894 – 22 December 1969) was an Austrian-American filmmaker whose career successfully spanned the transition from the silent to the sound era, during which he worked with most of the major Hollywood studios. He is best known for his film collaboration with actress Marlene Dietrich in the 1930s, including the highly regarded Paramount/UFA production, The Blue Angel (1930).

Immanuel Rath, an old bachelor, is a professor at the town's university. When he discovers that some of his pupils often go into a speakeasy, The Blue Angel, to visit a dancer, Lola Lola, he comes there to confront them

Immanuel Rath, an old bachelor, is a professor at the town's university. When he discovers that some of his pupils often go into a speakeasy, The Blue Angel, to visit a dancer, Lola Lola, he comes there to confront them. But he is attracted to Lola. The next night he comes again-and does not sleep at home. This causes trouble at work and his life takes a downward spiral. You can find out more about this movie on its IMDB page.

Josef Von Sternberg’s most popular book is Professor Unrat. Showing 11 distinct works. The Blue Angel by. Heinrich Mann, Josef Von Sternberg.

Heinrich Mann (Author), Josef Von Sternberg (Author), Robert Liebmann (Author) & 0 more. ISBN-13: 978-0804425919. The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work.

Josef von Sternberg split his childhood between Vienna and New York City

Josef von Sternberg split his childhood between Vienna and New York City See full bio . Born

Marks the fiftieth anniversary of the film that introduced the young actress Marlene Dietrich by presenting Mann's novel and Sternberg's script about a man destroyed by his desire for a cabaret singer.

Marks the fiftieth anniversary of the film that introduced the young actress Marlene Dietrich by presenting Mann's novel and Sternberg's script about a man destroyed by his desire for a cabaret singer. Marks the fiftieth anniversary of the film that introduced the young actress Marlene Dietrich by presenting Mann's novel and Sternberg's script about a man destroyed by his desire for a cabaret singer. Результаты поиска по книге.

Director Josef von Sternberg’s sympathies are too explicitly aligned with Lola, as she embraces her .

While the film is unusually lucid in its assertion that Rath brings his doom upon himself, it’s also a rigged and judgmental portrait of the triumph of a freer lifestyle that indulges that tedious cliché that intellectualism must always be at war with sensuality.

Other articles where The Blue Angel is discussed: Josef von Sternberg: Films with Dietrich: Der blaue Engel .

Other articles where The Blue Angel is discussed: Josef von Sternberg: Films with Dietrich: Der blaue Engel (1930; The Blue Angel), filmed simultaneously in German and in English, was a raw portrait of sexual degradation in which a distinguished professor (Jannings) is brought low by his obsession with the sultry nightclub singer Lola Lola (Marlene Dietrich in her breakthrough role).

Director: Josef von Sternberg. Marlene Dietrich became an immediate international star on the strength of her performance as the temptress Lola Frohlich in Josef von Sternberg's classic tale of love and obsession

Director: Josef von Sternberg. Marlene Dietrich became an immediate international star on the strength of her performance as the temptress Lola Frohlich in Josef von Sternberg's classic tale of love and obsession.


Comments: (6)

Riavay
It's too bad really. Heinrich Mann was a wonderful author and his novel, "Professor Unrat," which became the basis for the film "The Blue Angel," is supposed to be one of his greatest works. This version, however, suffers from a very odd translation. Sentence structures and word choices are so off key they distract from what would otherwise be a great story. The result reads more like a rough draft rather than the celebrated novel. Having read a very good translation of Mann's novel, "Der Untertan" which is another great pre WWI novel, I am saddened that there seems to be no good English translation of "The Blue Angel" (aka "Professor Unrat). It seems the only alternative is to brush up on my German.
Zugar
Didn't really like it. It felt like there wasn't really a plot. It had more to do with his decadence. However, this is the best price for a new version of this book. My bookstore tried to sell it to me for $40, so it's a deal for only ~$20 if you need it for school.
Conjukus
Served as the story for the German movie "Blue Angel" starring Marlene Dietrich. An old college professor with old ways and eccentrics becomes infatuated with a young cabaret singer. Slow moving but interesting
Precious
Not his best
Bladebringer
I expected the book to be a subtler, more precise probing of the steady degradation and final humiliation of Dr. Mut (Professor Rat) than the eponymous film. But, on the contrary, the film with Marlene Dietrich is in my view so far superior in its development of plot and character to the book as to render the latter a real disappointment.
Inabel
Not quite sure if this is an abridged version, but I did read the abridged English translation when the title was changed to The Blue Angel. I would guess anyone over 50 knows the film version because of Marlene Dietrich's performance, but the book is very different.

I remember the book being the most uncanny and accurate depiction of projection I had ever read. If someone can top that, I'd like to know.
The Blue Angel download epub
Dramas & Plays
Author: Josef Von Sternberg
ISBN: 0856471992
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Dramas & Plays
Publisher: Lorrimer Publishing Limited (September 1989)