Walter’s complete indifference to worry bothered me a little when we first began working together. I remember how just before one very emotionally tense scene, Walter strolled me nonchalantly away from the set and related a hilarious tale about a bear in a barber shop. I couldn’t help laughing and the tension was broken. Although to be even momentarily distracted from important “drahmah” seemed to me then supreme lese majesty. Having then only recently arrived in America, those were my days of more dignified mien. A relationship Walter promptly exploded between the two of us by addressing me as “The Duchess,” as he still does, alternating occasionally with, “Hey, Red!”
Walter Pidgeon and Greer Garson in “Mrs. Parkington”, 1944
Couple of high-steppers - Claudette Colbert and Walter Pidgeon step out literally for their roles in “The Secret Heart”. This is a sample of their dancing in one of the amusing sequences of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer picture. It is the Colbert-Pidgeon version of the Big Apple. Robert Z. Leonard directed and the film was produced by Edwin Knopf with June Allyson, Robert Sterling and Marshall Thompson featured.
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.
Happy Birthday Walter Davis Pidgeon | 23 September, 1897 - 25 September, 1984
On numerous occasions, it has been my pleasure to be bound by the bonds of movie matrimony to a tall, tweedy Canadian gentleman, attached to a pipe. - Greer Garson