Definition of Marlene Dietrich
1. Noun. United States film actress (born in Germany) who made many films with Josef von Sternberg and later was a successful cabaret star (1901-1992).
Generic synonyms: Actress, Singer, Vocaliser, Vocalist, Vocalizer
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Literary usage of Marlene Dietrich
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Berlin, Potsdam by Anne Moller (2001)
"As an extra measure, the new buildings are grouped around the Marlene Dietrich Platz. Paul Lobe Allee The only old building in the area is the *Weinhaus ..."
2. France by Hunter Publishing, Incorporated (2001)
"One suite, in lilac tones, is named after Marlene Dietrich, one many famous habitues of the hotel. A large collection of pai by Boris ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Germany by Henk Bekker (2005)
"(€€-€€€) Tony Romas, Marlene Dietrich Platz 2, it 030-2529-5830, specializes in spare ribs and other American steak house specialties. ..."
4. American Airpower Comes of Age: General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold's World War II by Henry Harley Arnold, John W. Huston (2001)
"... Marlene Dietrich played the important role in the movie. As a matter of fact that seems to be far more important in the ..."
5. Eternally Yours: Time in Designby Ed van Hinte by Ed van Hinte (2004)
"This quotation honi Cecil Beaton teems to be the description of a perfect product, but is in fact about Marlene Dietrich. Researcher Gerda Zijlstra used it ..."
6. Berlinby Jack Altman by Jack Altman (2000)
"Star singers included Claire Waldoff, Marlene Dietrich and Trude Hesterberg, the latter using an unknown fellow named Bert Brecht to write her songs. ..."