Josef von Sternberg (2nd-L), originally Jonas Ster : News Photo

Josef von Sternberg (2nd-L), originally Jonas Ster

HOLLYWOOD, : Josef von Sternberg (2nd-L), originally Jonas Stern (1894-22/12/1969), Austrian-born film director, German-born actress Marlene Dietrich and her friend German writer Erich Maria Remarque (R), chat 28 May 1939 before screening a movie in Hollywood Four Star Theater. Sternberg worked in silent films in Hollywood in the 1920s as scriptwriter, cameraman, and director, but went to Germany to make his most famous film, 'Der blaue Engel' (1930, The Blue Angel), with Marlene Dietrich. (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)
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HOLLYWOOD, : Josef von Sternberg (2nd-L), originally Jonas Stern (1894-22/12/1969), Austrian-born film director, German-born actress Marlene Dietrich and her friend German writer Erich Maria Remarque (R), chat 28 May 1939 before screening a movie in Hollywood Four Star Theater. Sternberg worked in silent films in Hollywood in the 1920s as scriptwriter, cameraman, and director, but went to Germany to make his most famous film, 'Der blaue Engel' (1930, The Blue Angel), with Marlene Dietrich. (Photo credit should read AFP/AFP/Getty Images)
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May 28, 1939
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