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Ramon Novarro and Greta Garbo in ‘Mata Hari’: The wrath of the censors (See previous post: "Ramon Novarro in One of the Best Silent Movies.") George Fitzmaurice’s romantic spy melodrama Mata Hari (1931) was well received by critics and enthusiastically embraced by moviegoers. The Greta Garbo / Ramon Novarro combo — the first time Novarro took second billing since becoming a star — turned Mata Hari into a major worldwide blockbuster, with $2.22 million in worldwide rentals. The film became Garbo’s biggest international success to date, and Novarro’s highest-grossing picture after Ben-Hur. (Photo: Ramon Novarro and Greta Garbo in Mata Hari.) Among MGM’s 1932 releases — Mata Hari opened on December 31, 1931 — only W.S. Van Dyke’s Tarzan, the Ape Man, featuring Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O’Sullivan, and Edmund Goulding’s all-star Best Picture Academy Award winner Grand Hotel (also with Garbo, in addition to Joan Crawford, John Barrymore, Wallace Beery, and »
- Andre Soares
Kim Kardashian and sister Kourtney stop by "The Late Show with David Letterman" Wednesday night (Jan. 16). Check out this sneak peek clip, where Kim talks about her marriage -- and impending divorce -- with Kris Humphries.
Letterman: "Now, you're still married to the former husband, Kris Humphries? You're still married to him."
Kim Kardashian: "Yes, I am."
Letterman: "Now, when are you going to wrap that up?"
Kardashian: "Well, I'm trying, and it's a process...I've been trying for almost two years now, um, to wrap it up, but it's, you know, it's hard."
Letterman: "What does Mr. Humphries - I guess it's none of my business - but what does he want? Does he want his own show?"
Kardashian: "I can't speak for Kris, but I just want him to be happy and I want us to move on, and that's really what I want, is just to move on. »
2 items from 2013
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