Greta Garbo – A Pictorial

 

“If only those who dream about Hollywood knew how difficult it all is.” ~ Greta Garbo

 

Greta Garbo


 

“My talents fall within definite limitations. I am not as versatile an actress as some think.” ~ Greta Garbo

 

Greta Garbo in “A Woman of Affairs” (1928)


 

“Being a movie star, and this applies to all of them, means being looked at from every possible direction. You are never left at peace, you’re just fair game.”  ~ Greta Garbo

 

Greta Garbo in “Inspiration” (1931)


 

“The story of my life is about back entrances, side doors, secrets elevators and other ways of getting in and out of places so that people won’t bother me.” ~ Greta Garbo

 

Greta Garbo in “Mata Hari” (1931)


 

“I never said, ‘I want to be alone.’ I only said, ‘I want to be left alone.’ There is a whole world of difference.” ~ Greta Garbo

 

Greta Garbo with John Gilbert in “Queen Christina” (1933)


 

“Your joys and sorrows. You can never tell them. You cheapen the inside of yourself if you do.” ~ Greta Garbo

 

Greta Garbo in “Camille” (1936)


 

“There are some who want to get married and others who don’t. I have never had an impulse to go to the altar. I am a difficult person to lead.” ~ Greta Garbo

 

Greta Garbo


 

“I ‘WAS’ Greta Garbo.” ~ Greta Garbo when asked in her later years by a fan if she is Greta Garbo.

 

Greta Garbo


 

“Life would be so wonderful if we only knew what to do with it.” ~ Greta Garbo

 

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2 Responses to “Greta Garbo – A Pictorial”

  1. Bunny Moreno

    I LOVE how honest she was about it all. That kind of honesty is soo refreshing! She was a classy dame! xox

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