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As You Desire Me (1932) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by George Fitzmaurice and produced by Irving Thalberg and George Fitzmaurice.

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Baron: Get rid of these other swine.
Zara: Other?

Tony Ferrara: "Come on rex, we are going for a walk, and I want to ask you as man to dog, what color are her eyes?"

Zara: And what is it that you love about me - my mind?

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Greta Garbo was extremely protective of Erich von Stroheim during filming. He was suffering from depression and poor health, and on some occasions, she covered for him by claiming to be sick.
Although Erich von Stroheim was barred from the MGM lot by studio head Louis B. Mayer and production head Irving Thalberg, he was hired for the role of Karl Salter at the insistance of Greta Garbo, who threatened to quit otherwise.
Pirandello's play "Come tu mi vuoi", written by late 1929 premiered in Milan's Teatro de Filodrammatici on 18 February 1930.
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