In Weimar-era Berlin, an aspiring writer strikes up a friendship with a vivacious, penniless singer.
AT LAST ON THE SCREEN! JOHN VAN DRUTEN'S DRAMA CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD- WINNING PLAY (original print ad - all caps)
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Did You Know?
The original Broadway production of "I am a Camera" by John Van Druten
opened on November 28, 1951 at the Empire Theater and ran for 214 performances. The play was based on "The Berlin Stories" by Christopher Isherwood and was later developed by Fred Ebb
and John Kander
as the musical "Cabaret". See more
Whilst most of the film is a flashback set in the early 1930s, all the costumes and hairstyles worn are straight out of the early 1950s. See more
Any mess you get into, you try and get out of by using your extremely inadequate sex appeal.
In opening credits, Shelley Winters is misspelled "Shelly". See more
Version of To cabare
Ich hab' noch einen Koffer in Berlin
Music by Ralph Maria Siegel
Lyrics by Aldo von Pinelli
Sung by Marlene Dietrich
and Liselotte Malkowsky See more