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The Song of Songs

The Song of Songs(1933)

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Brief Synopsis

Although she loves a young sculptor, a country girl marries an older man for his money.

Cast & Crew

Marlene Dietrich Lily [Czepanek]
Brian Aherne Richard Waldow
Lionel Atwill Baron von Merzbach
Alison Skipworth Mrs. Rasmussen
Hardie Albright Edward von Prell
Helen Freeman Miss von Schwertfeger
Victor Milner Photography
William Mellor Camera Operator
Guy Roe Assistant Camera
Robert Rhea Assistant Camera
Leo Birinski Screenwriter
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  not available
Release Date:  1933 Production Date:  A Rouben Mamoulian Production
none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Paramount Productions, Inc.
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Paramount Productions, Inc.
Duration(mins):  85, 90 or 92 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  10    

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  • song of songs

    kevin sellers 2017-06-16

    I'm with Chorus Girl. The lack of chemistry between Dietrich and Brian Aherne is palpable. Also, Marlene just doesn't do innocent ingenues... MORE>

  • Lily and Richard!

    Raymond Banacki 2017-06-14

    As a pre-code romance, this one is a sizzler. Dietrich was such an exotic creature. MORE>

  • Perfect film! Dietrich at her loveliest!

    Maury 2016-08-04

    Performances, cinematography, cast, costumes, direction---all BRILLIANT! Brian Aherne is marvelous in his American film debut. Dietrich was never more... MORE>