Marlene Dietrich's home is on North Roxburty Drive in Beverly Hills, California. It was here the actress lived in the 1930's. After her film breakthorough in The Blue Angel (1930) she signed a contract with Paramount and moved to Hollywood. Under the direction of Josef Von Sternberg she made a number of major films after her arrival, including Morocco (1930), Dishonored (1931), Shanghai Express (1932) and Blonde Venus (1932). By the mid-thirties her films had waned in popularity and by 1938 she was considered box office poison. This art deco mansion was Dietrich's home during her greatest fame in the 1930's.