April 16, 2014

The Blue Angel (1930)

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Event Date
Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Event Location
Rosendale Theatre Collective
408 Main Street
Rosendale, New York
Contact
Georgette Mattel,
rtcrepertory@gmail.c
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Additional Info
7:15 PM

Described by director Von Sternberg as "the downfall of an enamored man," The Blue Angel tells the story of a well respected and successful teacher ( Emil Jannings) who's obession with a local caberet singer (Marlene Dietrich) leads to ruin and madness. Considered the first major German sound film, it helped to launch Dietrich's career and introduced her signature song “Falling in Love”. We are showing the rare, ENGLISH version. Believed to be lost until 2009, it shows the original actors, saying the same dialogue in English (mostly done phonetically) which was common in early sound technology.

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