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BIOGRAPHY
Eileen Evelyn Greer Garson was born September 29, 1904 (London, England).
The Second World War brought to the cinema three stable female image: Rosie, “rivet” (woman copes with men’s work), Betty “legs” Grable (Queen glossy covers) and “Duchess” Greer – Mrs. Miniver (Hollywood idea of sredneklassovoy respectability, persistence, self-control, kind and humble).
Directed by long time could not make full use of multi-talent Garzon. She first applause, appearing in the role of a charming Chipping Catherine, wife of the teacher in the film “Goodbye, Mr. Chips” (1939), for which won the first of his seven nominations for “Oscar” for best actress. Having played with the phlegmatic, in its own way beautiful Pidzheonom Walter in “Mrs. Miniver” (1942) – the film, the audience is an idealized version of modern Britain, Garzon has achieved immense popularity.
Garzon at least played the wife of a talented scientist who refuses to her husband sat in the back seat, in “Madame Curie” (1943). After the war, her career went into decline. “Miniverskaya Story” (1950) was a vain attempt to regain a bygone era of sacrifice and sentimentality. Although she continued to perform on stage, and quite successfully, to the movies, she appeared only in minor roles. However, there was Kalpurnii role in “Julius Caesar” (1953). Its spectacular appearance on the big screen was a nostalgic attempt to rethink “Miniver image” and the war years: the role of a young, submissive, but strong Eleanor Roosevelt in the film “Sunrise at Campobello” (1960).
She died in 1996 (Dallas, TX, USA).

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