Blue Angel; The Life of Marlene Dietrich

By: Spoto, Donald

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New York: Doubleday, 1992. 625 grammes; XIV, 236 pages, last blank, acknowledgements, notes, bibliography and index. Pale purple coloured endpapers. The text is illustrated with numerous black-and-white photographs. 1/4 black cloth spine with silver writing. Small silver printers' cartouche to the lower spine edge. 3/4 black coloured boards. Minor shelfwear to the lower book edges and some dust marks to the top paper edge. Photographic dustwapper, of Marlene Dietrich, with blue, white and black writing on the front panel and blue-and-white on the spine. Small white printers' cartouche to the lower spine edge. Rubbing to the lower dustwapper edge and some creasing to the dustwapper corners. The remains of a sticker can be seen to the lower, rear dustwapper edge. Biography of one of the most enigmatic and glamorous actresses of the 20th century -- Marlene Dietrich. She went from cabarets of Berlin in Germany during the 1920's to Hollywood in the 1930's, to being an entertainer in World War II and a concert performer in the fifties. Digital image available upon request.. First American Edition -- Stated. 1/4 Cloth and Boards. Good/Good. Illus. by Photographic. 8vo - up to 9 ¾" tall - Octavo. Biography -- Actor.

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