Blandine Ebinger (born Blandine Loeser) (4 November 1899, in Berlin – 25 December 1993, in Berlin) was a German actress and chansonniere, the daughter of the pianist Gustav Loeser and the actress Margarete Wezel. Ebinger became acquainted with Friedrich Hollaender in 1919, and with him she became heavily invested as a performer, writer, and composer in the Berlin cabaret scene in the 1920s, beginning in the cabaret Schall und Rauch and the Café Größenwahn. She married Friedrich Hollaender,
Marlene Dietrich "Falling In Love Again (Can't Help It)" - written by Friedrich Hollaender. Marlene first performed this song in the film, Der Blaue Engel (The Blue Angel) in 1930.
P.56/92 performance of the jazz band 'Weintraub's Syncopators' in Friedrich Hollaender's revue 'Bei uns - um die Gedächtniskirche rum'; on the grand piano: composer Friedrich Hollaender- published in the 'Berliner Morgenposqt', 1928
"Falling In Love Again" (1930) - By Friedrich Hollaender - Performed By Doris Day
https://flic.kr/p/QRdjxa | Conrad Veidt in Ich und die Kaiserin (1933) | German postcard by Ross Verlag, Berlin, no. 7621/2, 1932-1933. Photo: Ufa. Publicity still for Ich und die Kaiserin/The Empress and I (Friedrich Hollaender, 1933) Conrad Veidt (1893–1943) was the most highly strung and romantically handsome of the German expressionist actors. From 1916 until his death, he appeared in well over 100 films, including such classics as Das Kabinett des Dr. Caligari/Das Cabinet des Dr…