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von Sternberg

(vɒn ˈstɜːnˌbɜːɡ; German fɔn ˈʃtɛrnbɛrk)
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(Biography) Joseph (ˈjoːzɛf), real name Jonas Sternberg. 1894–1969, US film director, born in Austria, whose films include The Blue Angel (1930), Blonde Venus (1932), The Scarlet Empress (1934), and the unfinished I, Claudius (1937)

von Stern•berg

(vɒn ˈstɜrn bɜrg)
n.
Josef or Joseph (Josef Stern), 1894–1969, U.S. film director, born in Austria.
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Noun1.von Sternberg - United States film maker (born in Austria) whose films made Marlene Dietrich an international star (1894-1969)
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Guerman fills the frame with clutter - from toilet seats to crystal chandeliers - or shoots through smoke, steam, and grimy windowpanes (the high-contrast black-and-white image is at times entirely bleached), recalling the veils and fog in the films of Josef von Sternberg.
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She made her film debut with a brief role in 1923's Der Kleine Napoleon and was discovered as a cabaret dancer in 1929 by director Joseph Von Sternberg, who cast her in the leading role of the film Blue Angel.
It is the only authorized account of her life, including her discovery by German director Erik von Sternberg and her rise to the status of one of the greatest stars of Hollywood's Golden Age.
Significantly, Josef von Sternberg, with whom Markopoulos studied, was among the few Hollywood filmmakers who he felt matched his filmic ideal, and in his work there are echoes of Sternberg's depiction of erotic passion as at once excruciatingly painful and yet the only persistent truth.
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Director Josef von Sternberg even offered to testify in Dreiser's behalf.
Poised ringleader of the international Jewish Conspiracy of Glamour (IJCG), controlling the production and flow of glamour during the postwar period (via Josef von Sternberg, Lauren Bacall, Shelley Winters, Richard Avedon, Newton, Lewis, and of course Barbra) while throwing everyone off the scent by effectively disseminating the propaganda that Jewishness is not sexy, she fearlessly uses herself as a cultural guinea pig in the relentless pursuit of Truth.
Richard von Sternberg an evolutionary biologist at the Smithsonian Institution and the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Biotechnology Information, and Giuseppe Sermonti, Editor of Rivista di Biologia / Biology Forum.