Anna Christie (1930) (1930) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Clarence Brown and produced by Clarence Brown, Irving Thalberg and Paul Bern.
Academy Awards 1929/30 --- Ceremony Number 3 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Actress||Greta Garbo||Nominated|
|Best Cinematography||(William Daniels)||Nominated|
|Best Director||Clarence Brown||Nominated|
Anna Christie (1930) (2)By Angela on Nov 25, 2013 From Hollywood Revue
When shew was five years old, Anna Christie (Greta Garbo) was sent to live with family on a farm in Minnesota.? Fifteen years pass and her father Chris (George F. Marion) has hardly made an effort to stay in touch with her.? Life in Minnesota hasn’t been easy for Anna.? Her family was cruel to... Read full article
Anna Christie (1930) (1)By Lindsey on Mar 11, 2012 From The Motion Pictures
Anna Christie (1930): 4/5 I was very excited to finally get my hands on a copy of this film after years of reading/hearing about it. Anna Christie is famously known as the film in which Garbo talks. The movie-watching world heard her voice for the very first time when she stomped into the scene, com... Read full article
Anna ChristieBy RBuccicone on Jul 21, 2011 From MacGuffin Movies
Anna Christie (1930) ???? With the 1930 release of Anna Christie the world heard Greta Garbo speak for the first time. What was her first line? “Gif me a visky, ginger ale on the side, and don’ be stingy, baby.” Garbo’s face and performances on the silent screen had already e... Read full article
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The Broadway play "Anna Christie" by Eugene O'Neill opened at the Vanderbilt Theater in New York on 2 November 1921 and ran for 177 performances. George F. Marion (Chris) and James T. Mack (Johnny) originated their movie roles in the play. Marion also starred in the earlier silent movie version Anna Christie. To date, the play has been revived 3 times, most recently in 1993 with Natasha Richardson as Anna, Rip Torn as Chris, Liam Neeson as Matt and Anne Meara as Marthy.
Greta Garbo's first sound film.
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