Promotional short film:
"A Report from Miss Greer Garson", narrator/presenter, providing an update on the appeal by the March of Dimes for infantile paralysis
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Miss Greer Garson
5' 6" (1.68 m)
Did You Know?
[In a 1990 interview, Garson deplored the violence of many modern films] "I think the mirror should be tilted slightly upward when it's reflecting life -- toward the cheerful, the tender, the compassionate, the brave, the funny, the encouraging, all those things -- and not tilted down to the gutter part of the time, into the troubled vistas of conflict."
In the MGM all-star spectacular Ziegfeld Follies
(1945), there is a skit entitled "The Great Lady Gives an Interview" written by Roger Edens
and Kay Thompson
. It was originally meant to be performed by Garson as a spoof of her image in dramas such as Madame Curie
(1943). She refused to do it, and Judy Garland
did a satirical impersonation of her as "Madame Crematon, the inventor of the safety pin...