Greta Garbo


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United States film actress (born in Sweden) known for her reclusiveness (1905-1990)

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When Cecil Beaton died in January 1980 a few days after his 76th birthday Greta Garbo did not come to the funeral and sent no flowers.
GETARIA, Spain: Spanish designer Cristobal Balenciaga, the son of a Basque fisherman who revolutionized women's fashions in the 1950s and 60s and adorned such icons as Greta Garbo and Marlene Dietrich, has been honored with a museum in his hometown.
Agatha Christie, Ernest Hhemingway, Greta Garbo were the other famous guests of the hotel.
A few editions remain, and feature the duo's infamous Pete and Dud, a couple of flat-cap wearing wannabe intellectuals, pictured, whose most famous chat involved Pete revealing how his life was being made a misery by night-time visits from Greta Garbo and Anna Magnani.
Now that I see it is Greta Garbo you resemble I will have to
1905: Greta Garbo, the Swedish shopgirl who became one of the most famous film stars of all time, was born.
El reloj que utilizo durante anos Greta Garbo sera exhibido junto a los brazaletes originales de Chanel, el broche en forma de corazon envuelto en lazos de diamante y el prendedor con las mascaras de la comedia y la tragedia creado para Clare Luce Boothe, entre otros.
Somerset Maugham ubicada en la China de los anos veinte; la primera, dirigida por Kichard Boleslawski y encabezada por Greta Garbo, data de 1934.
And judging by his diva moment at the Ryder Cup Gala Dinner, he still has many Greta Garbo "I want to be alone" moments.
Sweden gave the world ABBA, Ingmar Bergman, Greta Garbo and Pippi Longstocking.
The Greta Garbo Rug Collection will launch this week at the Aimara Masterpieces showroom in the New York Design Center.
Quite why Kate Winslet, Brad Pitt and even Alison Steadman are included alongside the likes of Marlon Brando, Greta Garbo, Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep is bound to spark furious debate.
Yatkin set about reading all the literature--factual and fictional--on her subject and seeing the movies (the three most popular screen protagonists were Greta Garbo, Jeanne Moreau, and Sylvia Kristel).
In a quick tour through the history of female cross-dressing from the 14th to the 20th centuries, the article highlighted numerous styles, including 1831's stovepipe hats decorated with ribbon and the 1920s "tailored look" of women like Greta Garbo.
Her spiritual search for her soul mate led her to Greta Garbo.