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Lilli Marlene (film)

For the German popular song, see Lili Marleen.

Lilli Marlene is a 1950 British historical drama film directed by Arthur Crabtree and starring Hugh McDermott, Lisa Daniely and Stanley Baker.[1] [2] Crabtree made another film about Marlene three years later The Wedding of Lilli Marlene.

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