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Garbo

Greta , real name Greta Lovisa Gustafson. 1905--90, US film actress, born in Sweden. Her films include Grand Hotel (1932), Queen Christina (1933), Anna Karenina (1935), Camille (1936), and Ninotchka (1939)
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Garbo Glassware will show their collections in the fair, including classical designs styles and latest models.
"Our client selling the apartment was Greta Garbo's family and it turns out that Will had a good friend who was Greta Garbo's great nephew and I had a schoolmate who was Greta Garbo's nephew."
El rostro de la Garbo representa ese momento inestable en que el cine extrae una belleza existencial de una belleza esencial, cuando el arquetipo va a inflexionarse hacia la fascinacion de figuras perecederas, cuando la claridad de las esencias carnales va a dar lugar a una lirica de la mujer.
What further ties the early short story and the later novel together is the historical person of Mauritz Stiller (1883-1928), the Swedish silent-film director best known for having discovered and introduced Greta Garbo to the screen.
Garbo, an ideal name for a place that just wants to be left alone.
Authorities adopted this security measure at the EDSA Shrine (a Catholic Church) to protect all the protesters and bystanders at the protest rally, said Garbo.
But Reisfield was heard saying aboard the Queen Mary 2, where he previewed some auction items, that Garbo's family views the auction as a way to show what she was really like - especially her sense of humor that wasn't seen by her adoring public, the New York Post reported.
He was turned down but nothing Garbo could do dampened his ardour.
Without extensive footage of Pujol himself, who died in 1988, or of espionage activity generally, Roch mixes discussion by five experts on the Garbo case with footage from a series of World War II-era spy and military films such as Mata Hari, Our Man in Havana, and Patton.
Garbo's beauty is not just a harmony of lines, it is not merely ornamental.
1905: Greta Garbo, the Swedish shopgirl who became one of the most legendary film stars of all time, was born.
The event is set in post-war Britain, at one of Greta Garbo's famous parties.