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Mata Hari (George Fitzmaurice, 1931)

Movie Classics Posted by Judy on Aug 24, 2016

Greta Garbo and Lionel Barrymore This is my very belated contribution to the Barrymore Trilogy blogathon – many apologies for being so late (I forgot the blogathon’s date), but please do visit Crystal’s blog, In the Good Old Days of Classic Hollywood, to read the other entries.  Th read more

MATA HARI: Garbo goes undercover

A Person in the Dark Posted by FlickChick on Sep 5, 2014

This is my entry in the World War One in Classic Film Blogathon hosted by Movies Silently and Silent-ology. Click HERE for more war to end all wars brilliance. MATA HARI Rhianna and JLo got nothing on this fashionista "Mata Hari. She makes love for the papers." Alicia Huberman, Notorious read more

Mata Hari, Happy Anniversary! Opened December 26th, 1931. (3)

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Dec 26, 2013

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Mata Hari, Happy Anniversary! Opened December 26th, 1931.

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Dec 26, 2013

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Mata Hari, Happy Anniversary! Opened December 26th, 1931.

Classic Film Aficionados Posted by C. S. Williams on Dec 26, 2013

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Sunday Classic Trailer Picks 003: Mata Hari (1931)

Durnmoose Movie Musings Posted by Michael on Sep 15, 2013

Trailers can really either be very good or very bad. They can often do a disservice both to the movie they are touting by completely misselling it, or giving away too much. What I’m wanting to focus on here, though, are trailers for classic movies that get it right. Those that really leave you read more

Sunday Classic Trailer Picks 003: Mata Hari (1931)

Durnmoose Movie Musings Posted by Michael on Sep 15, 2013

Trailers can really either be very good or very bad. They can often do a disservice both to the movie they are touting by completely misselling it, or giving away too much. What I’m wanting to focus on here, though, are trailers for classic movies that get it right. Those that really leave you read more

"Mata Hari," or A Kiss Before Spying

The Man on the Flying Trapeze Posted by David on Sep 8, 2013

Toward the end of the 1931 film "Mata Hari," our titular heroine (Greta Garbo) has come to a military hospital to see her lover, Alexi (Ramon Novarro), who has been blinded. She is carrying flowers, and when she encounters another blind soldier who is embittered and helpless, she is touched by his v read more

Pre-Code: Mata Hari(1931).

Noir and Chick Flicks Posted by Dawn Sample on Aug 10, 2012

Mata Hari(1931). A Pre-Code film loosely based on the life of Mata Hari (the stage name of Margaretha Geertruida Zelle), an exotic dancer/courtesan executed for espionage during World War I. The film stars Greta Garbo in the title role. The film is credited with popularizing the legend of Mata H read more

Mata Hari (1931) (1)

Hollywood Revue Posted by Angela on Nov 10, 2011

In the midst of World War I, Chief Dubois (C. Henry Gordon) is hard at work seeing that traitors and spies are put to their deaths.  Lately, he’s been seeing a lot of men put in front of a firing squad for getting involved with Mata Hari (Greta Garbo), a spy who has been seducing important mi read more

Mata Hari (1931) (2)

Critica Retro Posted by Lê on Mar 18, 2011

Mata Hari (1931) A mais famosa espiã da história interpretada por uma das melhores e mais belas (entre outros elogios) atrizes de todos os tempos. Greta Garbo empresta seu ar misterioso à Mata Hari em uma jornada por seus últimos dias, cá entre nós, bem movimentados, com direito a um romance read more