The Blue Angel PG

The first German talking picture made, stars Marlene Dietrich in a sizzling tale of an upright professor who falls for a night-club singer

Dir: Josef von Sternberg Germany 1930 1hr 39mins Subtitled

With: Marlene Dietrich, Emil Jannings

This first German talking picture made, stars Marlene Dietrich and director von Sternberg in the sizzling tale of an upright professor who falls for a night-club singer - still retaining its erotic charge in this newly digitised re-release. Stamford programmer Alan Alderson-Smith will introduce the film.

Ticket Prices:
Evenings £6.50 (£6), Matinees £5.50
Artscene evenings £5.50, Artscene matinees £5

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