Garbo: The Authentic Life Story – John Bainbridge

John Bainbridge

Published by Frederick Muller Ltd, London, in 1955.

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Garbo: The Authentic Life Story. Published by Frederick Muller Ltd, London, in 1955. No other printings indicated. Dust jacket unclipped. Pictorial dust jacket over black cloth covered boards.

Greta Garbo (1905–1990) was a Swedish-American actress renowned for her enigmatic screen presence and expressive performances. She began her career in Sweden before moving to Hollywood in the mid-1920s. Garbo quickly became a star in silent films such as “Flesh and the Devil” (1926) and successfully transitioned to talkies with hits like “Anna Christie” (1930). Her roles in classics like “Camille” (1936) and “Ninotchka” (1939) solidified her legacy as one of cinema’s greatest actresses. Known for her reclusive nature, she retired from acting in 1941 and lived a private life until her death.


Published by: Frederick Muller Ltd

Location published: London

Year published: 1955


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