2 DVD-video (441 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in
Morocco: Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich, Adolphe Menjou, Ullrich Haupt, Eve Southern, Francis McDonald, Paul Porcasi
Blonde Venus: Marlene Dietrich, Herbert Marshall, Cary Grant, Dickie Moore, Gene Morgan, Rita La Roy, Robert Emmett O'Connor, Sidney Toler, Morgan Wallace
The devil is a woman: Marlene Dietrich, Lionel Atwill, Edward Everett Horton, Alison Skipworth, Cesar Romero, Don Alvarado, Tempe Piggott, Paco Moreno
The flame of New Orleans: Marlene Dietrich, Bruce Cabot, Roland Young, Mischa Auer, Andy Devine, Frank Jenks, Eddie Quillan, Laura Hope Crews, Franklin Pangborn, Theresa Harris, Clarence Muse, Melville Cooper, Anne Revere, Bob Evans, Emily Fitzroy, Virginia Sale, Dorothy Adams, Gitta Alpar, Anthony Marlowe
Golden earrings: Ray Milland, Marlene Dietrich, Murvyn Vye, Bruce Lester, Dennis Hoey, Quentin Reynolds, Reinhold Schunzel, Ivan Triesault, Hermine Sterler
Morocco: Photographed by Lee Garmes. Blonde Venus: Photographed by Bert Glennon. Devil is a woman: Songs by Leo Robin and Ralph Rainger ; costumes designed by Travis Banton. The flame of New Orleans: Director of photography, Rudy Maté ; art director, Jack Otterson ; film editor, Frank Gross ; costumes, Rene Hubert ; set decorations, R.A. Gausman ; musical director, Charles Previn ; musical score, Frank Skinner ; songs "Salt O' the sea", "Sweet is the blush of May", "Oh, joyful day" music, Charles Previn ; lyrics, Sam Lerner ; sound supervisor, Bernard B. Brown. Golden earrings: Director of photography, Daniel L. Fapp ; art direction, Hans Dreier and John Meehan ; special photographic effects, Gordon Jennings ; set decoration, Sam Comer and Grace Gregory ; music score, Victor Young ; song "Golden earrings" music by Victor Young ; lyrics by Jay Livingston and Ray Evans ; edited by Alma McCrorie ; costumes, Mary Kay Dodson ; dances staged by Billy Daniels ; sound recording, Don McKay and Walter Oberst
Morocco: A cabaret singer arrives in Morocco and continues her wicked career by enslaving all the men in sight, until she finally falls in love. Blonde Venus: An aspiring young actress gives up the stage to marry a scientist who becomes afflicted with radium poisoning. She returns to cabaret life and meets a wealthy playboy who gives her the money for her husband's treatment. The devil is a woman: At the turn of the century, in the port town of Seville, it's carnival week, and the blood of enemies and the passions of lovers run hot. But, none so much as those of a young revolutionary, his old friend, and the new woman who comes between them both. The flame of New Orleans: An impoverished countess arrives in New Orleans with one thing in mind, to marry a wealthy man. Golden earrings: A Hungarian gypsy rescues a British intelligence officer and helps him to accomplish his mission.
Disc 1, Side A. Morocco / a Paramount Picture ; directed by Josef Von Sternberg ; adapted by Jules Furthman (1930; 92 min.) ; Blonde Venus / a Paramount Picture ; directed by Josef von Sternberg ; by Jules Furthman and S.K. Lauren. (1932 ; 93 min.) -- Disc 1, Side B. The devil is a woman / a Paramount Picture ; Adolph Zukor presents a Josef von Sternberg production ; adapted by John Dos Passos ; continuity by S.K. Winston ; directed and photographed by Josef von Sternberg (1935; 79 min.) ; The flame of New Orleans / a Universal picture ; a Rene Clair production ; written by Norman Krasna ; produced by Joe Pasternak ; directed by Rene Clair (1941; 79 min.) -- Disc 2. Golden earrings / a Paramount picture ; a Mitchel Leisen production ; screen play by Abraham Polonsky, Frank Butler and Helen Deutsch ; produced by Harry Tugend ; directed by Mitchell Leisen (1947; 95 min.)
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