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Camille (George Cukor, 1936)

Technical Information
Type..................: Movie
Container file........: AVI
Video Format..........: XviD
Total Bitrate.........: 1867Kbps
Audio format..........: MP3 CBR 128kb/s
Audio Languages.......: English 1.0
Subtitles Ripped......: English, Spanish
Subtitles in Subpack..: English, Croatian, Czech, Dansk, Suomi, Deutsch, Greek,
Hebrew, Magyar, Polish, Portuguese, Slovenian, Spanish,
Svenska, Turkish
Resolution............: 720x512
Aspect Ratio..........: 1.40:1 (approx., no crops on the DVD resolution)
Original Aspect Ratio.: 1.37:1
Color.................: Black & White
FPS...................: 25.000
Source................: DVD Pal
Duration..............: 01:44:31
Genre.................: Drama, Romantic
IMDb Rating...........: 7.6
Movie Information.....: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0028683/
Filmaffinity..........: http://www.filmaffinity.com/en/film600943.html
Allmovie..............: http://www.allmovie.com/cg/avg.dll?p=avg&sql=1:7945

Release Notes
SYNOPSIS: Greta Garbo enjoyed one of her greatest triumphs in this glossy
adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' oft-filmed romantic tragedy. Here, Garbo stars as
Marguerite Gauthier, who is born into humble circumstances but in time becomes
Dame aux Camille, one of the most glamorous courtesans in Paris. Camille is kept
by the wealthy and powerful Baron de Varville (Henry Daniell), but after many
years of earning a good living from her beauty without finding true love,
Camille's heart is stolen by Armand (Robert Taylor), a handsome but slightly
naive young man who doesn't know how she came by her fortune. Armand is just as
attracted to Camille as she is to him, and she's prepared to give up the Baron
and his stipend to be with Armand. However, Armand's father (Lionel Barrymore)
begs Camille to turn away from his son, knowing her scandalous past could ruin
his future. Realizing the painful wisdom of this, Camille rejects Armand, who
continues to pursue her even as Camille contracts a potentially fatal case of
tuberculosis. Remarkably, even though this was one of Garbo's greatest
commercial and critical successes, she would make only three more films before
her retirement in 1941; Camille, however, would be filmed several more times
following this version (most memorably by elegant sexploitation auteur Radley
Metzger in 1969's Camille 2000). (Mark Deming, Allmovie.com)

Greta Garbo - Marguerite Gauthier/Camille
Robert Taylor - Armand Duval
Lionel Barrymore - Monsieur Duval
Elizabeth Allan - Nichette
Jessie Ralph - Nanine
Henry Daniell - Baron de Varville
Lenore Ulric - Olympe
Laura Hope Crewes - Prudence Duvernoy
Rex O'Malley - Gaston
Russell Hardie - Gustave
E.E. Clive - Saint Gaudens
Douglas Walton - Henri
Marion Ballou - Corinne
Joan Brodel - Marie Jeanette
June Wilkins - Louise
Fritz Leiber - Valentin
Mariska Aldrich - Friend of Camille
John Bryan - De Musset
Georgia Caine - Streetwalker
Mabel Colcord - Madame Barjon
Elspeth Dudgeon - Attendant
Effie Ellsler - Grandma Duval
Rex Evans - Companion
Sibyl Harris - Georges Sand
Olaf Hytten - Croupier
Joan Leslie - Marie Jeanette
Gwendolen Logan - Governess
Eily Malyon - Therese
Edwin Maxwell - Doctor

George Cukor - Director
Bernard Hyman - Producer
Irving G. Thalberg - Producer
Zoë Akins - Screenwriter
Alexandre Dumas fils - Play Author
James Hilton - Screenwriter
Frances Marion - Screenwriter
William H. Daniels - Cinematographer
Karl W. Freund - Cinematographer
Herbert Stothart - Composer (Music Score)
Margaret Booth - Editor
Cedric Gibbons - Art Director
Edwin B. Willis - Art Director
David Lewis - Associate Producer
Adrian - Costume Designer
Douglas Shearer - Sound/Sound Designer


Camille is among MGM's most lavish productions of the 1930s, and features what
many critics consider to be Greta Garbo's greatest film performance. Among the
last of the projects overseen by studio production chief Irving Thalberg, the
film boasted MGM's customary collection of behind-the-camera all-stars,
including director George Cukor, whose patient attention to Garbo helped her to
find just the right tone for her role. The supporting cast is similarly solid,
highlighted by standouts Henry Daniell and Laura Hope Crews. They help to
deflect attention from the film's weaker scenes, most of which involve Lionel
Barrymore as the father of the frustrated suitor (Robert Taylor). Despite
spending the latter part of the film succumbing to illness, Garbo looks radiant,
thanks to her Adrian gowns and William Daniels' loving cinematography.

Richard Gilliam, Allmovie.com
George Cukor directs this famous play [by Alexandre Dumas] with rare skill.
Interior settings, costumes and exteriors are lavish and beautiful. The film
shows the great care which went into its preparation and making.

Robert Taylor plays with surprising assurance and ease. He never seems to be
striving for a point. He speaks with a moderately modulated voice, never
hurriedly, and in all the familiar Armand scenes, such as the first meeting, the
parting from his mistress, the accusation in the gambling hall and, finally, the
death chamber sequence, Taylor holds up his end of the story with distinction.

Garbo's impersonation of Marguerite Gautier is one of her best portraits. She
wears striking clothes, white usually, and while she looks older than the ardent
young Armand, the disparity does not mitigate against the illusion.

The two principals play the love scenes for full worth. There is much talk of
their affection for each other, but Cukor, with wisdom, shows a minimum of
embrace footage.

Of the support players, Henry Daniell, as Baron de Varville, turns in a
performance of unusual interest. He is the menace in the background, the lover
whom Camille deserts for Armand and the one to whom she returns. Daniell is
suave and properly elegant without being too obvious.

Variety Staff
What it's about. Set in France of 1847, our heroine is Marguerite (Garbo), a
lovely but sickly woman courted by two men, the wealthy, sneering Baron de
Varville (Henry Daniell) and a naive young man of lesser fortune, Armand (Robert
Taylor). Barrymore has a relatively small role as Armand's father.

How others will see it. The costumed love story comes complete with a
predictable tearjerker ending, and is Taylor made for a female audience. As with
Garbo's turn as Anna Karenina, the audience must work up support for her fallen
woman character. Anna Karenina worked better, however, because the source novel
was superior, so the story doesn't seem as fabricated.

How I felt about it. How many people watching Garbo will realize, or care, what
a huge star she was at the time, and that she was one of the few stars to
succeed in both the silent and sound eras? Classic film fans know about her, of
course, but her placid beauty seems more conventional than alluring in today's
more flashy and less civilized culture.

Garbo is suitable for Marguerite because she is charming enough to be convincing
as a charmer. A woman who understands the world, she knows that her use of men
is wrong, but if the pleasure is mutual and the extravagent bills are paid,
then, where is the harm?

This contented world of false friends and pleasure is threatened not only by her
frail health, but by the presence of Robert Taylor, who promises unfathomable
romantic love but cannot pay for her frilly hats.

Taylor is credible as both the lovesick hero and the jealous fool, which makes
his casting also appropriate if not perfect. Henry Daniell, again appearing to
play a character with interminable constipation, is both menacing and
surprisingly perceptive.

Camille was a subject ideal for George Cukor, a director well known for making
films that appeal to women. The problem, to the degree that there is one, is
with the story. The idea that Garbo would reject her lover so as not to deny her
career... it's doubtful that she would care about his career, and both would
take pleasure from his 'sacrifice,' which amounts to exchanging tedious
diplomatic formalities for evenings and nights with his delightful kept prize.

Brian Koller, filmsgraded.com
* The play originally opened in Paris on 2 February 1852. Alexandre Dumas
fils based the character Marguerite on a woman with whom he had an affair for 11
months. She died when she was 23. The movie inspired Milton Benjamin to write
and publish a song in 1936 called "I'll Love Like Robert Taylor, Be My Greta

* Greta Garbo's personal favourite movie of all her own films.

* The film had its world premier at the Plaza Theater on Palm Canyon Drive
in Palm Springs, California on 12 December 1936, which also was the grand
opening night of the theater. Robert Taylor was in attendance at the gala.

* Greta Garbo wore bedroom slippers under all her fancy dresses so she could
be comfortable, as well as more naturalistic in her acting.


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