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  • Grand Hotel is an album by Procol Harum, released in 1973.
  • The Grand Hotel, at 9 Princes Street, was the leading hotel of Auckland, New Zealand, from 1889 until 1966. With its vaulted ceilings, ornate mantlepieces, red carpet and marble statuary, the Grand Hotel was a plush and social rendezvous from its opening.
  • The Grand Hotel is a Victorian hotel in Brighton on the south coast of England. It is located on Kings Road, the main carriageway along the seafront; one of several major hotels along this road.
  • Cannes (, in Occitan Canas) is one of the best-known cities of the French Riviera, a busy tourist destination and host of the annual Cannes Film Festival. It is a Communes of France in the Alpes-Maritimes department.
  • A town in the south-east of France
  • A resort on the Mediterranean coast of France; pop. 69,360. An international film festival is held here annually
  • a port and resort city on the French Riviera; site of an annual film festival

Horsham - Christ's Hospital Art School - Verso, with links to Greta Garbo
Horsham - Christ's Hospital Art School - Verso, with links to Greta Garbo
This Photochrom card of Christ's Hospital Art School was posted on Friday the 18th. August 1905. So what else happened on that day? Not a lot, although one month later to the day, on Monday the 18th. September 1905, Greta Garbo was born. She was a Swedish-American actress who flourished during Hollywood's silent film period and the earlier part of its Golden Age. Regarded as one of the greatest and most inscrutable movie stars ever produced by Hollywood and MGM, in 1999 she was ranked as the 5th. greatest female star of all time by the American Film Institute. Her first job was in Stockholm, where she was a soap-lather girl in a barber shop. Greta broke into Hollywood after Louis B. Mayer saw her in the silent film The Story of Gosta Berling (1924). The best of Greta's silent movies were Flesh and the Devil (1927), Love (1927) and The Mysterious Lady (1928). She was one of the few silent movie stars who successfully made the transition to talkies. Her voice was first heard on-screen in Eugene O'Neill's Anna Christie (1930), which was publicised with the slogan "Garbo Talks". It was a huge success. Her role as the doomed courtesan in Camille (1936), directed by George Cukor, would be regarded by Greta as her finest acting performance. Greta's last film, Two Faced Woman (1941) was a critical (though not commercial) failure. Her last interview was probably with Paul Callan of the Daily Mail during the Cannes Film Festival. He began by saying "I wonder......" before Greta cut in with "Why wonder?" and stalked off, making it one of the shortest interviews ever published. Bette Davis said of her: "Her instinct, her mastery over the machine, was pure witchcraft. I cannot analyse this woman's acting. I only know that no one else so effectively worked in front of a camera". Greta was a recluse; today she is often associated with her famous line from Grand Hotel - "I vant to be alone". In 1953, she bought a 7-room apartment in NYC at 450 East 52nd. Street, where she lived for the rest of her life. She died in New York Hospital on Sunday the 15th. April 1990, aged 84, as a result of pneumonia and renal failure, having lived for 84 years, 6 months and 28 days. p.s. So who was Greta Garbo beaten by in the AFI ranking? Ahead of her were: (1) Katharine Hepburn (2) Bette Davis (3) Audrey Hepburn (4) Ingrid Bergman
les laissez-passers indispensables pour passer un bon festival de Cannes
les laissez-passers indispensables pour passer un bon festival de Cannes
ticket pour la projection du film "The Tree of Life" en competition lors du festival de Cannes 2011 et carte d'acces a sa chambre de l'hotel Martinez a Cannes

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