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  1. AMAZING QUALITY!  You'd never know this was made in the 1930's and we are so totally impressed and enjoyed the impeccable visual standard you have set here! Thank You so much!

  2. Thanks so much for posting this! Never seen it before but now a favourite. Perfect in every way from it's dialogue to Ms Dietrich's clothes by designer great, Travis Banton! Doesn't seem to have won any awards but the competition back then was fierce.

  3. thanks for uploading "Desire" i have been trying to see this for years. Movies just dont have that sparkle, polish and poise anymore. What happened to that beautiful song "Awake in a dream"? I must have missed it.

  4. This movie is a bit of stylish fluff, but its quality is as solid as a granite block. I can't believe I never heard of it before. Brilliant writing. You will love it, it's classic entertainment. Thanks for letting us see it.

  5. Marlene Dietrich is such a wonderful actress, and here with Gary Cooper she is at the peak of her thespian and sensual powers. The chemistry here is fantastic. Thanks for posting this gem of a film!

  6. Dietrich successfully plays something between an evil James Bond girl and a vampire and Gary Cooper plays a 14 year old Lou Costello type……the movie is ahead of its time and the smooth criminal Dietrich seems right out of Clinton Global Initiative

  7. "Such suchness!" Film noir wins over any modern movies. Beautiful men and women , style , elegance, beautyAnd great depth of feelings for truth and love.. where has that gone from today's films …?

  8. Dietrich and Cooper in an old crime caper! Wow! I was a kid whsn a saw this movie and 'Ik liked ir'and still like it. Good show ! Keep moving and give back the good old time. Thanks!

  9. I can't believe they were able to get the line about Dietrich putting her hands in Cooper's pockets past the censors. This was after "the code" was implemented …

  10. Marlene Dietrich so beautiful and sensual! Quite a brave woman during the dark days of war. Suffering​ illness at the end of her life and enduring all the pain without complaining. I'm a fan.

  11. Every scene is this wonderful film delights the senses. One of my outright favourites, Paris, art deco superb acting and direction and a truly wonderful plot. Enjoy!

  12. I have not laughed as hard as I did at the scene between the jeweller and the doctor in a very long time. Beautifully set up, scripted and performed. Brilliant. And the film then ends on an equally brilliant dinner scene with lots of witty and prescient comments about Europe and America.
    So why on earth isn't this film more famous? I've been a Cooper fan my whole life and never heard of it until now, quite by chance, on YT. Thanks for the upload!

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