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Greta Garbo (B. Greta Lovisa Gustafsson: 1905 1990) was well known for keeping to herself and preferring to act on movie sets free of executives, pals and all sorts of other hangers-on and she was very famous for refusing to grant members of the press corps interviews. With that in mind, it is a wonder that Katherine Albert of PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE was able to piece enough together for this 1930 article:

"She has no place in the life of Hollywood. She has never adapted herself to it.

Garbo will continue to remain an enigma..."

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