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Camille (1936 film) – Wikipedia

Music by: Herbert Stothart, Edward Ward

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With similar sentiments, much of the Camille Company braced for Monday, July 29, 1936 their first day on the set with Greta Garbo. Conversely, Garbo respectfully declined to meet her new leading man, Robert Taylor, before filming began, indicating that she wanted to keep her romantic illusions intact.

Camille (1936) – IMDb

Feb 24, 1937 · The luminous Greta Garbo in one of her best remembered roles. In this she is the tragic heroine who is dabbling with fate with Robert Taylor (who seems to be wearing more make-up than Greta!) while moving towards the inevitable weepie conclusion.

7.5/10(6.4K) Camille: Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor, Lionel

I then watched the main version here with Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor and I was almost blown away. These two were amazing together; they had great chemistry and just played off of each other very well. I believe Robert Taylor was quite young when he played this role, but he does a great job and stands up well against the legendary Garbo.


Greta Garbo, Robert Taylor,1936. Canta Carlos Galhardo

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Mar 08, 2011 · Greta Garbo,Robert Taylor,1936. Canta Carlos Galhardo, 1940. “Quero a teus pés te adorar” Imagens: excertos de cenas do filme “Camille” ,1936, direção de George Cukor, baseado na novela de

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Greta Garbo – Wikipedia

Greta Garbo (born Greta Lovisa Gustafsson; 18 September 1905 Thalberg cast her opposite talents Robert Taylor and former co-star, Lionel Barrymore. Cukor carefully crafted Garbo’s portrayal of Marguerite Gautier, a lower-class woman, who becomes the world-renowned mistress Camille.

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Camille (1936) — (Movie Clip) You Look Ill, Too

Camille (1936) — (Movie Clip) You Look Ill, Too. Feeling faint at a party, consumptive Marguerite (Greta Garbo, title character) retreats, followed by Armand (Robert Taylor) who professes his feelings, in MGM’s Camille, 1936, from the Alexandre Dumas fils novel. View the TCMDb entry for Camille (1936)

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