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The Flame of New Orleans (1941)

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Marlene Dietrich Marlene Dietrich
Claire Ledeux
Bruce Cabot Bruce Cabot
Robert LaTour
Roland Young Roland Young
Charles Giraud
Mischa Auer Mischa Auer
Zolotov
Andy Devine Andy Devine
1st Sailor
Frank Jenks Frank Jenks
2nd Sailor
Eddie Quillan Eddie Quillan
3rd Sailor


Written by
Norman Krasna Norman Krasna
(written by)
René Clair René Clair
uncredited


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The Flame of New Orleans

6 months ago at Jun 14 16:56
Glamour puss extraordinaire Marlene Dietrich gets a chance to poke gentle fun at her icy, remote goddess persona in The Flame of New Orleans. We’re a long way from the sustained romantic luxury and exotic stylization found in the Josef von Sternberg films here, and Dietrich actually exhibits personality here rather than function as another prop in the elaborate tableau. It’s just a shame that ... read more
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Release date: 25 April 1941
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JxSxPx posted a review 6 months ago

The Flame of New Orleans

“Glamour puss extraordinaire Marlene Dietrich gets a chance to poke gentle fun at her icy, remote goddess persona in The Flame of New Orleans. We’re a long way from the sustained romantic luxury and exotic stylization found in the Josef von Sternberg films here, and Dietrich actually exhibits personality here rather than function as another prop in the elaborate tableau. It’s just a shame that the rest of the film isn’t up to her level. Roland Young is stuffy, Bruce Cabot is a pleasant surprise in the Clark Gable-esque role, Anne Revere gets a chance to play high society instead of frumpy matron, Theresa Harris finds perfect synchronicity with Dietrich as her maid/co-conspirator, but it’s all in service towards a script that starts with a hooky narration and never expands beyond tha” read more

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