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Zarah Leander in Stockholm, Vol. 1 (Recorded 1930-1953) by Zarah Leander

Zarah Leander in Stockholm, Vol. 1 (Recorded 1930-1953) by Zarah Leander

Zarah Leander was the most popular singing movie star during the Nazi period. Born Zarah Hedberg in Sweden, she came up through the ranks of small-town Swedish vaudeville and operetta to establish herself on the Viennese stage by 1935, appearing in Ralph Benatsky’s Axel an der Himmelstür. UFA studios in Berlin had lost Marlene Dietrich to Hollywood in 1930, and had since then been seeking a suitable replacement. Although not a strong actress, Zarah Leander’s looks combined the sultry sensuality of…

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