New York, East
19 July 2001
PRODUCTION STILLS FROM "CAMILLE" AND "TWO-FACED WOMAN"
MGM, 1937 and 1941
Two groups of unpublished black and white production stills from Greta Garbo films. The first set is consists of seventeen images from "Camille" and the second set consists of approximately sixty images from "Two-Faced Woman," her last film. This second group was likely used for continuity purposes as virtually every scene is depicted including great candid shots of a smiling Garbo talking to director George Cukor and other cast members. All have dates printed on the margins ranging from June to August 1941 when filming was taking place and they are printed in two different sizes.
5 inches x 4 inches and 8 inches x 10 inches
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