What is Dietrich?

  • (noun): United States film actress (born in Germany) who made many films with Josef von Sternberg and later was a successful cabaret star (1901-1992).
    Synonyms: Marlene Dietrich, Maria Magdalene von Losch

Dietrich

Dietrich is a German male given name. See Theodoric for the origin and history of the name. Secondarily, Dietrich also became used as a surname.

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Michael Thompson (lacrosse)
... with the Bandits on August 18, 2006 to replace Ken Montour as back-up goalie to Steve Dietrich ... Thompson took over the starting duties from Dietrich due to injuries during the 2007 season and played well enough to inevitably make Dietrich expendable after the season ...
Luc Dietrich
... Luc Dietrich (17 March 1913 – 12 August 1944) was a French writer ... Dietrich was born in Dijon ... Shortly after Dietrich's release from one at the age of 18, his mother died ...
Dietrich, Count Of Oldenburg - Ancestry
... Ancestors of Dietrich, Count of Oldenburg 16 ... Dietrich, Count of Oldenburg 12 ... Dietrich III of Honstein 6 ...
List Of Knight's Cross Recipients 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich - Dietrich Award
... Several awards made by SS-Oberstgruppenführer Sepp Dietrich in May 1945 on his own account Dietrich was authorized to award KCs and higher grades up to swords by a personal ... = day of announcement, is the award date for all these awards -> called "Dietrich award" furtheron are all illegal according to Scherzer ...
Andrea Palma (actress) - Career
... and as hat and make-up consultant for Marlene Dietrich, when the German diva arrived in Hollywood ... When she was called from Mexico and offered the part of Rosario, it was Dietrich's style that inspired her in creating her character ... Palma was Dietrich's stunt double in Blonde Venus ...

Famous quotes containing the word dietrich:

    To be completely woman you need a master, and in him a compass for your life. You need a man you can look up to and respect. If you dethrone him it’s no wonder that you are discontented, and discontented women are not loved for long.
    —Marlene Dietrich (1904–1992)

    Until they come to see us from their planet, I wait patiently. I hear them saying: Don’t call us, we’ll call you.
    —Marlene Dietrich (1904–92)

    A man would prefer to come home to an unmade bed and a happy woman than to a neatly made bed and an angry woman.
    —Marlene Dietrich (1904–1992)