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With Orson Welles in the patriotic studio extravaganza "Follow the Boys." Shortly after this, she would apply to become a USO entertainer.

With Orson Welles in the patriotic studio extravaganza "Follow the Boys." Shortly after this, she would apply to become a USO entertainer.

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Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietrich in director Josef Von Sternberg's "Morocco".  Would Von Sternberg himself have chosen to use that relatively flat lighting employed in this posed still...?

Gary Cooper and Marlene Dietrich in director Josef Von Sternberg's "Morocco". Would Von Sternberg himself have chosen to use that relatively flat lighting employed in this posed still...?

Movie Stars 1940 1950 | Marlene Dietrich ★ Gallery of Vintage Movie Star Pinups: 1940's 1950 ...

Movie Stars 1940 1950 | Marlene Dietrich ★ Gallery of Vintage Movie Star Pinups: 1940's 1950 ...

The statue that Marlene modeled for in "The Song of Songs". The studio sent copies of the nude statue for display in theater lobbies, causing an uproar with the Hays Office censors. Marlene insisted on modeling for the statue herself so "it would look like me."

The statue that Marlene modeled for in "The Song of Songs". The studio sent copies of the nude statue for display in theater lobbies, causing an uproar with the Hays Office censors. Marlene insisted on modeling for the statue herself so "it would look like me."

Marlene with Ernest Lubitsch (right), a fellow German refugee who became the head of Paramount's West Coast studio for a time. Lubitsch tried to help her secure better roles. Notice the large cake celebrating his promotion, a gift from Marlene.

Marlene with Ernest Lubitsch (right), a fellow German refugee who became the head of Paramount's West Coast studio for a time. Lubitsch tried to help her secure better roles. Notice the large cake celebrating his promotion, a gift from Marlene.

Marlene Dietrich, Anna May Wong & Leni Riefenstahl at the Pierre Ball, Berlin 1928. (Alfred Eisenstaedt, Life).

Marlene Dietrich, Anna May Wong & Leni Riefenstahl at the Pierre Ball, Berlin 1928. (Alfred Eisenstaedt, Life).

Marlene in the recording studio. She made several hit albums and continued to record for most of her life. In the end, she ended up where she had started: performing music.

Marlene in the recording studio. She made several hit albums and continued to record for most of her life. In the end, she ended up where she had started: performing music.

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