Greta Garbo: Divine StarFive biographies to be won
Biographer David Bret investigates the two so-called missing periods in the life of Greta Garbo in this new book published by The Robson Press.
During the 1920s Garbo disappeared for several months, forcing the studio to employ a lookalike. The second time occurred during World War II, when Garbo was employed by British Intelligence to track down Nazi sympathisers.
Bret has acquired material and anecdotes from friends and colleagues of the star which have never before been published.
We have five copies to give away.
To be in with a chance of winning please answer the following question by 10am Tuesday 15 May 2012:
What was Garbo’s first talkie film?
A. Mata Hari
B. Grand Hotel
C. Anna Christie
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The prize-winners will be picked at random and notified by Friday 18 May 2012.
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