arson.com by Ed S.
Greer Garson: Stardom
Greer charms both Chipping and the movie-going public as a
MGM uses this movie to keep Greer busy while they try to
find her the right vehicle.
Here is the right vehicle.
This movie makes Greer a bona fide star.
A rare Technicolor film from the 1940s. Greer is paired
with Walter Pidgeon and a great screen duo is born.
Greer eats Joan Crawford alive, but unfortunately she ends
up with Herbert Marshall instead of Robert Taylor.