People, Nov. 3, 1958

With her "vignettes on life and love" now sprinkled over NBC's weekend Monitor, Marlene Dietrich has become radio's newest lovelornist. Meeting newsmen in Manhattan, she offered some samples of her new specialty, e.g., Marlene, who was married at 19, thinks today's "teenagers should not marry because they don't have enough experience." She also explained that she has steadily rebuffed all approaches from TV because "overexposure in any way is bad." Why does she keep going back to Las Vegas? "Money [$30,000 a week]." How does she manage to go on looking so young?...

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