Anna Karenina (1935) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Clarence Brown and produced by David O. Selznick.
Anna Karenina (1967)By Beatrice on Nov 9, 2019 From Flickers in Time
Anna Karenina Directed by Aleksandr Zarkhi Written by Vasily Katanyan and Aleksandr Zarkhi from the novel by Leo Tolstoy 1967/USSR Mosfilm First viewing/Netflix rental My favorite novel gets an epic, but lackluster, treatment from Mosfilm. Anna Karenina (Tatyana Samoylova, “The Cranes Are Fl... Read full article
Anna Karenina (1948)By Amanda Garrett on Nov 5, 2016 From Old Hollywood Films
Today, I'm writing about the 1948 version of Anna Karenina, starring Viven Leigh as Leo Tolstoy's tragic heroine. This article is part of The Second Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier Blogathon hosted by Wolffian Classics Movies Digest. There are dozens of screen versions of Leo Tolstoy's epic ... Read full article
Anna Karenina (1948)By Beatrice on Apr 15, 2015 From Flickers in Time
Anna Karenina Directed by Julien Duvivier Written by Jean Anouilh, Guy Morgan, and Julien Duvivier UK/1948 London Film Productions First viewing/Hulu Plus This is an adaptation of one of my favorite novels. ?Inevitably, a 110-minute movie cannot do justice to Tolstoy’s 800-page book. Anna... Read full article
ANNA KARENINA.By Crystal Kalyana on Oct 31, 2014 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
“Anna Karenina” 1935. Seeing as October is about to conclude, I’m up to my last review for this month to be featured on Monty and Desiree’s website. The good news is that I have been made permanent, so I’ll be back with more reviews in the following months. Today I̵... Read full article
Anna Karenina Podcast with “Russian Expert” Drew HamiltonBy Anne Marie on Dec 10, 2012 From We Recycle Movies
Hey Recyclers! Tonight my good friend Drew Hamilton and I poured ourselves a couple of vodkas and sat down to talk about all things Anna Karenina: the original Tolstoy novel, the 1927 silent, the 1935 Greta Garbo version, the 1948 Vivien Leigh version, and the just-released 2012 version starring Ke... Read full article
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Aware that her co-star Fredric March was notorious for seducing his leading ladies, Greta Garbo reportedly wore garlic under her clothes and purposely had bad breath in order to stave off his advances.
In a separately filmed trailer sequence, Freddie Bartholomew talks to the audience and tells them about the picture.
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