I am at heart, a gentleman.

"I have never met the right person, someone who could tell me what to do, in a trusting relationship. And this person could have been a woman, not only a man.." -Greta Garbo

sovietsspy said: What do you think about greta garbo?

fircyk:

Personally I think she had one of the most amazing presence on silent screen which could help her create the whole new level of influence on viewers. To me Garbo achieved that particular type of art on screen, like, when I watch her acting it’s like she makes something unusual, something ethereal around herself and most of the things in a movie seems to be set in motion by her persona. Also I really like her character, her views and priorities although I’m not sure how much of Garbo and how much of Greta Gustafsson was in them. I can still relate to that.

thanks for asking!

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sewwhatnext:

Greta Garbo’s famous first words spoken on the big screen in Anna Christie, 1930.

gatabella:

Greta Garbo


Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor in Camille, 1936.

Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor in Camille, 1936.

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Greta Garbo in As You Desire Me, 1932.

Greta Garbo in As You Desire Me, 1932.

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June 26, 1953
"I’ll never forget Marilyn saying, "It’s for all time, isn’t it?" "Yes,” I told her, “it’s for all time, or as long as the cement lasts.” She made me cry, she was so sweet. I believed in her. We made a hell of a team and I wish we had done another picture together.”- Jane Russell
littlehorrorshop:

Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, 1920s

littlehorrorshop:

Mary Pickford and Douglas Fairbanks, 1920s

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thescrewballgirl:

Joan and Gary.

thescrewballgirl:

Joan and Gary.

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Marilyn Monroe on the set of Bus Stop, 1956. 

Marilyn Monroe on the set of Bus Stop, 1956. 

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