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Greta Garbo c 1925.
Clark Gable & Greta Garbo in Susan Lennox (Her Rise and Fall), 1931.
Greta Garbo in her second film in America (The Temptress, 1926).
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I have never been an avid Greta Garbo fan but I do truly adore the film Camille and her performance in that film. I admire her transition to talkies, not many silent film actresses made that graceful transition like she did, especially considering that she possessed a swedish accent. I personally feel that her accent gave her quite an allure, especially when she would say, 'I want to be alone".
I feel that she could of gone on making movies all through her life and it is a shame that she stopped in 1942. I think that her early retirement is what helped to create such intrigue about her career.
I believe that she died in the 1990's, in her 90's, I will have to check again.
ROBIN HARRISON |
Saturday, October 30, 2010 at 03:21 PM
I've started to think I like Greta Garbo's silent movies more than her talkies. Flesh and The Devil, The Mysterious Lady, and The Single Standard. The way Ms Garbo conveys so many emotions all at once is truly a gift.
Gretchen Young |
Tuesday, February 12, 2013 at 05:42 AM
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