Anna Christie
Anna Christie (1930)

This film tells the incredibly-dated story of a streetwalker's attempts to touch bases with her taciturn sailor father. Dad prattles on in a far-from-convincing Swedish accent, while Greta Garbo falls in love with seaman Charles… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 22, 1930
DVD Release Date: September 6, 2005
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Emanuel Levy

Garbo received her first Oscar nomination for this second version of the play, which MGM advertised as Garbo Talks! Her first line of dialogue is memorable: Gimme a viskey, Ginger ale on the side, and don't be stingy babee.

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Veronique Kwak
the first garbo sound flick adapted from eugene o'nell's cynical story about a prostitute. garbo plays low-life women in the burgeoning period of her… More
John Ballantine
The thirties were a time when film truly surprised which wasn't necessarily the case in later decades and Anna Christie is an example of a good film from… More