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"9 Emll arranged to have Fey-cake, Fey-cake, tr n.i ku nir ,ir an T ln n " ot her informal calls. ne da'- da'- when expected her for a Kame of Unnllli we were all u,, Usually, If strangers were present, "ld turn around and go hnme. But as ehe knew my wife "" me, this time we persuaded her iUTOpe. e found." ' ald Loder, "that Garbo w;is very fond of Emll Jan- Jan- !"'" an(1 hl wlfe and daughter, Iluth. Both my wife and I had known Emil in Europe. latter we met Garbo at their home many times. "Not long after my arrival in Hollywood, a mutual friend of Jan- Jan- nlngs' and mine arrived from Europe. He was Jacques Feyder, who hnd done some fine work directing pictures In Europe. "We were all anxious to see him get a good break In Hollywood. He had written n original story for tne screen, in Kiss.' tmu end Jacques both considered it an Ideal screen play for Garbo. We felt sure that If she read "The Kiss" she wnnld wnt tn make iL "v """ wnen u uroppea Garbo was soon chatting In Ger- Ger- : man with Feyder about Europe After that It was easy for Mr. Jan- Jan- nln. tn .i,,h, t,.. tn tv tn n"P to persuade her. to stay to I ..j M noWt laughed w I riimiu. a sound picture, but like many of the productions made when the talkies were first gaining a foothold, foothold, It was a combination of sound and silent screen. Garbo did not talk. Her Swedish accent would not have fitted the part But she was preparing for the talkie that was soon to follow. After months, during which Hollywood knew almost nothing about Greta Garbo, no one seeming even to know where she lived, the town began to catch glimpses of the star accompanied by a tall, attractive, attractive, blond young man. He was seen driving her to and fro from the etudlo in a roadster. They took long walks together. They were discovered slipping In and out of motion picture theatres. Garbo. It seemed, had a beau. "Who is he?" everyone was asking. asking. Someone said he was a prince from Sweden, madly In love witn Greta, and in Hollywood Incognito. Others said he was a childhood sweetheart who had followed Garbo to Hollywood after her visit back home. He seemed as mysterious the mystery woman herseil. It waa Gustaf Norln who later told about the arrival of this man. "One afternoon." he said, "when . t1 vcrfti,.. B..IU.J tnf la.Vm ah. came Into the kitchen with It In her hand saying: 'A friend of mine from Sweden Is arriving by boat tomorrow; morning. W will go i I

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  1. The Winnipeg Tribune,
  2. 21 Nov 1931, Sat,
  3. Page 38

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