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Davis, Sanders, Malden, Garson, Bogart Academy Awards 1952

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From left to right: Bette Davis, George Sanders, Karl Malden, Greer Garson & Humphrey Bogart during at the 24th Oscars (1952).

Greer Garson was a British-American actress born on September 29, 1904, in Manor Park, London, England, and she passed away on April 6, 1996, in Dallas, Texas, USA. She was renowned for her elegant and poised performances in classic Hollywood films during the 1940s. Garson's career flourished at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), where she starred in several successful films, earning critical acclaim and numerous awards. One of her most memorable roles was as Mrs. Miniver in the 1942 film "Mrs. Miniver," for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. This film, directed by William Wyler, was a poignant portrayal of life in Britain during World War II and was highly praised for its emotional depth and realism. Garson's portrayal of the resilient and courageous Mrs. Miniver resonated deeply with audiences and remains one of her most iconic performances. Throughout her career, Garson received a total of seven Academy Award nominations for Best Actress, an impressive feat that underscored her talent and versatility as an actress. In addition to "Mrs. Miniver," some of her other notable films include "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" (1939), "Pride and Prejudice" (1940), "Madame Curie" (1943), and "Random Harvest" (1942).

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