Greer Garson, candid publicty shot for Blossoms in the Dust (1943)


Louis Hayward, Greer Garson and Mike Levee attend the tribute to Sadler’s Wells Ballet Company on opening night, 1950

Greer Garson’s “Gogo”, French poodle divine is the luckiest pooch in town. He has a mistress who is not only devoted to him but tabbed as “Hollywood’s First Lady” and who is now starring with Clark Gable in “This Strange Adventure”, the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer production which heralds Gable’s return to the screen. Here’s Gogo and his star. No, Gogo would rather ride. His chauffeur is none other than the charming Nina Garson, mother of Greer.

Greer Garson and Franchot Tone in The Little Foxes (1956)

The Lady at Home - Hollywood’s First Lady and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s beautiful redheaded star, Greer Garson, is seldom a lady of leisure. But before starting her latest M-G-M film in which she appears opposite Clark Gable for the first time, she did have a few free weeks from film work. Here she is at her lovely Hollywood home. Mother, Mrs. Nina Garson, Greer and the very elegant French Poodle who rules the roost at the Garsons.