Garbo Talks (1984) Poster



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Flesh and the Devil (1926)
Estelle tells Greta Garbo that this was the first of her films that she saw when she was a little girl.
Wild Orchids (1929)
Estelle tells Greta Garbo that she watched four showings of the film on the day that her best friend Wanda Sternhagen moved away.
Anna Christie (1930)
Estelle refers to the film. She quotes Greta Garbo's famous first line, "Gimme a whisky, ginger ale on the side, and don't be stingy, baby!"
Mata Hari (1931)
Estelle purchases a still photograph taken from Mata Hari (1931) from a secondhand store. The owner of the store erroneously believed that the still was taken from Grand Hotel (1932).
Grand Hotel (1932)
Estelle and a shopkeeper bicker over whether a photograph is from Mata Hari (1931) or Grand Hotel (1932).
Queen Christina (1933)
Estelle tells Greta Garbo that she watched the film on the day of her divorce.

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By Sidney Lumet (2015)
The film is listed as part of Sidney Lumet's filmography.


Camille (1936)
Estelle watches the film in bed.
Ninotchka (1939)
Gilbert attends a screening.

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