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MGM Parade (1955–1956)

Episode #1.31 

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Episode credited cast:
Walter Pidgeon ... Himself - Host
George Cukor ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charles Boyer ... Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (archive footage)
Leslie Caron ... Gaby (archive footage)
Melvyn Douglas ... Leon (archive footage)
Greta Garbo ... Anna Karenina / Marguerite Gautier / Countess Marie Walewska / Ninotchka (archive footage)
John Kerr ... Gregory Y. Wendell (archive footage)
Fredric March ... Count Vronsky (archive footage)
Jessie Ralph ... Nanine (archive footage)
Robert Taylor ... Armand Duval (archive footage)


Host Walter Pidgeon continues with the film career retrospective of Greta Garbo, he stating that this and the last show were the most highly anticipated ever since they were announced. The retrospective continues from the mid 1930's and the remake of Anna Karenina (1935) (an earlier silent version which also starred Garbo) to her comedy success in Ninotchka (1939). Director George Cukor, who directed Garbo in Camille (1936), provides his insight into her as an actress and person. Pidgeon ends the retrospective with a fan letter writing campaign to encourage Garbo to return to making movies. As an upcoming feature, Pidgeon discusses the new movie Gaby (1956), starring Leslie Caron and John Kerr. And he provides a preview of upcoming episodes, which will feature scenes from The Pirate (1948) and The Swan (1956). Written by Huggo

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1956 (USA) See more »

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MGM Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (Western Electric Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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References Born Yesterday (1950) See more »

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