Garbo Visits L.A.!

  Feb. 27, 1941, Garbo  

Feb. 27, 1941: Greta Garbo slips into Union Station! The Times says, “Miss Garbo hasn’t done anything newsworthy for a long while, but the press has been in the habit so long of trying to get a follow on her ancient quote: ‘I vant to be alone,’ that every time Garbo shows up they descend on her, notebooks in hand and flash bulbs popping.”

Lee Shippey writes about the folly of U.S. isolationism … and the next time someone starts to tell you: "I've read the most marvelous book" all you have to do is say "Out of the Night," Tom Treanor says.

Susan Hayward and musical director Cy Feuer are in tune and their love notes have Ruth Terry off key, Jimmie Fidler says.


  Feb. 27, 1941, Lee Shippey  
  Feb. 27, 1941, Tom Treanor  

  Feb. 27, 1941, Jimmie Fidler  

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