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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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He said Garbo declared a total of P22 million in assets during the period covered by the SALNs but could not explain the source of the P17 million.
In line with Frisch's common strategy of ironic reversal,4 it is the inversion of certain aspects of Mauritz Stiller's life and his relationship with Greta Garbo that seems to correspond so strikingly with Frisch's fictive character.
One day Garbo remarked: "You write about people, don't you I would be horrified if you ever wrote about us.
In contrast to the expectation for a film star's home to be the work of a professional decorator, Steinberger said Garbo was in fact the style force behind her design scheme.
Garbo biographer Barry Paris focuses on her affair with that film's co-star, John Gilbert, and tells juicy anecdotes through the fascinating lens of the Hollywood studio system.
It was taken from a photograph of Garbo in the 1932 film As You Desire Me.
When we consider Dino del Garbo as a protagonist of the Petrarchan tale alongside his Boccaccian counterpart Guido Cavalcanti, in Decameron 6.
As time went by, Mercedes apparently went through her fortune, but she managed to continue to travel the world, seeking spiritual guidance in India and stalking Greta Garbo in the U.
GARBO is targeted at mobile operators and acts as middleware, making content delivery easier to operators' mobile portals and other similar services.
That would have become a huge success," sighed Max Ophuls late in 1950 to the Frankfurter Rundschau's Dieter Fritko about the demise of producer Walter Wanger's Greta Garbo project, a film based on Balzac's La Duchesse de Langeais.
LAS VEGAS -- Joey Garbo thought her career as a dancer here was over.
Here, McLellan provides the unexpected answer - a brief but intense affair with Marlene Dietrich, when Garbo was 19, which both established her sexual preference and made her afraid of it all her adult life.