Greer Garson is not at all averse to an informal slide down the bannister. In real life the actress, who has won so many high honors for her acting, is a gay, informal person and a most stimulating conversationalist.
Greer Garson, Ronald Colman, Lynn Bari, Hedy Lamarr and Irene Dunne selling war bonds, 1942
Greer Garson finds solace in music as she awaits a stormy session in a downpour for hilarious scenes in her new Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer comedy, “Julia Misbehaves.” Co-starred, for the fifth time, with Walter Pidgeon, the red-headed star switches from drama to all-out comedy as the irrepressible showgirl who disrupts, but delightfully, fashionable French society.
Walter Pidgeon and Greer Garson, one of the most beloved acting teams of motion pictures were reunited for the first time in 17 years recently on “The Joey Bishop Show” - 28 July, 1967.
Greer Garson and Dick Van Dyke presenting the awards for Best Costume Design at the 37th Academy Awards - 5 April, 1965.