arson.com by Ed S.
Julius Caesar (1953)
Some of Ed's favourite moments
Not a starring role for Greer, but she is great to watch
in her one big scene.
There are some great shots of Greer with her MGM
Deborah Kerr and then face-to-face with
Look again at that picture above with Deborah Kerr.
The gentlemen on either side of Deborah Kerr's face
seem to be staring at Greer.
Marlon Brando is the nominal star of this movie, and he
has one brief scene with Greer a moment after the
snapshot above was taken.
He spends those precious seconds just gawking at her.
Boy, does she ever look freaky
when she's screaming in bed during her nightmare.
If you're as old as I am, then you will have seen John
Hoyt in bit parts on TV throughout the 1960s. Here he
gets a brief moment with Greer.
With the cast of thousands in this movie, couldn't they
have found room somewhere for Walter Pidgeon?
They managed to find a spot for Greer-cronies Rhys
Williams and Ian Wolfe.
They could've had Walter stab Louis Calhern and then run
off with Greer.
Who needs Shakespeare when you've got Greer Garson and
Walter Pidgeon at your disposal?