Nominated for 4 Oscars.
Another 6 wins.
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In 1949 she secretly filmed a screen test in preparation for a comeback, which never materialized. This film was believed lost for decades until a print was discovered by a movie collector.
3 Biographical Movies |
19 Print Biographies |
13 Portrayals |
11 Articles |
16 Pictorials |
46 Magazine Cover Photos |
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(On Hollywood in 1926) Here, it is boring, incredibly boring, so boring I can't believe it's true.
When she heard that David O. Selznick
, who had produced her hit Anna Karenina
(1935), was leaving MGM in 1935 to start his own studio, she begged him to stay, promising that she would let him personally supervise all of her pictures exclusively. He said that it would be a great honor, but he had other plans. Ironically, the usually very finicky Irving Thalberg
, Garbo's other favorite producer, ...