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    Angel (1937) — (Movie Clip) Beginning To Spread

    Both in Paris on business subtly not explained, Marlene Dietrich as pseudonymous continental “Mrs. Brown” at the high-class bordello-ish home of the “Grand Duchess,” for whom she is mistaken by English Halton (Melvyn Douglas), their first encounter, in Ernst Lubitsch’s Angel, 1937.

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