Leo Birinski


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Mata Hari (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Some Dance And Some Die Opening with a victim (Mischa Auer) of the title character (Greta Garbo, not seen here) and introducing key supporting men, C. Henry Gordon as the French spy catcher, Lionel Barrymore as Russian general Shubin, and Ramon Novarro as dashing flyer Alexis, in MGM’s Mata Hari, 1931.
Mata Hari (1931) -- (Movie Clip) You Might Get Me Killed Title character Greta Garbo at a casino in WWI Paris, Ramon Novarro an amorous Russian pilot hoping to impress her, then she visits her controller Andriani (Lewis Stone), establishing their mistrust, in MGM’s Mata Hari, 1931.
Mata Hari (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Well, That Was Last Night After a seductive rebuff the night before, lust-driven Russian pilot Alexis (Ramon Novarro) visits dancer and spy Greta Garbo (title character) at her rooms in wartime Paris, in MGM’s Mata Hari, 1931.
Mata Hari (1931) -- (Movie Clip) Shiva, I Dance For You Russian pilot Alexis (Ramon Novarro) and general Shubin (Lionel Barrymore) are among the eager audience for the first appearance of the title character, Greta Garbo as the dancer and reputed spy in WWI Paris, Karen Morley her contact, C. Henry Gordon the French spy hunter, early in Mata Hari, 1931.
Song Of Songs, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Bear Watching After opening with the death of her father in the countryside, innocent Lily (Marlene Dietrich) arrives in Berlin to live with her cynical aunt (Alison Skipworth), who runs a bookstore, early in Rouben Mamoulian’s The Song Of Songs, 1933, co-starring Brian Aherne and Lionel Atwill.
Song Of Songs, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) You Think I'm Interested In Your Legs On her first day at work in her aunt’s bookstore in Berlin, country girl Lily (Marlene Dietrich) meets Richard (Brian Aherne), the handsome struggling sculptor from across the street, in The Song Of Songs, 1933, from Paramount, based on a Hermann Sudermann novel.
Song Of Songs, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Make A Great Lady Of You! Expecting to finally see the sculpture that her artist-lover Richard has made of her, Lily (Marlene Dietrich) instead finds him gone, having left a note with his patron Baron Von Merzbach (Lionel Atwill), who provides an explanation favoring his own preferences, in Rouben Mamoulian’s The Song Of Songs, 1933.
Song Of Songs, The (1933) -- (Movie Clip) I'm Freezing Arriving for her first modeling session with sculptor Richard (Brian Aherne), new-in-Berlin shopgirl Lily (Marlene Dietrich) discovers she has cold feet, director Rouben Mamoulian stretching boundaries with other statues, in Paramount’s pre-Code The Song Of Songs, 1933.