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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by [[Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer MGM]] in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite [[Creator/LaurenceOlivier Sir Laurence Olivier]]'s Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''Film/MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[Film/MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney]]'s ''The Happiest Millionaire''.

In 1968, she added a touch of distinction to the beloved ChristmasSpecial ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy'' as '[[{{Narrator}} Our StoryTeller]]', an office which she would undertake again in 1976's ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy The Little Drummer Boy: Book II]]''.
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!!Some Shows in Which Greer Garson Appeared:

* ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]'' (1939) as Kathie Ellis
* ''Remember?'' (1939) as Linda Bronson Holland
* ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' (1940) as Elizabeth Bennet
* ''Blossoms in the Dust'' (1941) as Edna Kahly Gladney
* ''When Ladies Meet'' (1941) as Mrs. Claire Woodruff
* ''[[Film/MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]'' (1942) as Mrs. Miniver
* ''Random Harvest'' (1942) as Paula
* ''Madame Curie'' (1943) as Marie Curie
* ''Mrs Parkington'' (1944) as Susie "Sparrow" Parkington
* ''The Valley of Decision'' (1945) as Mary Rafferty
* ''Adventure'' (1945) as Emily Sears
* ''Desire Me'' (1947) as Marise Aubert
* ''Julia Misbehaves'' (1948) as Julia Packett
* ''That Forsyte Woman'' (1949) as Irene Forsyte
* ''The Miniver Story'' (1950) as Kay Miniver
* ''The Law and the Lady'' (1951) as Jane Hoskins
* ''Scandal at Scourie'' (1953) as Mrs. Victoria [=McChesney=]
* ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'' (1953) as Calpurnia
* ''Her Twelve Men'' (1954) as Jan Stewart
* ''Strange Lady in Town'' (1955) as Dr. Julia Winslow Garth
* ''Sunrise at Campobello'' (1960) as Eleanor Roosevelt
* ''The Singing Nun'' (1966) as Mother Prioress
* ''The Happiest Millionaire'' (1967) as Mother
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy'' (1968) as (TV) (voice) as [[{{Narrator}} Our Story Teller]]
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy The Little Drummer Boy: Book II]]'' (1976) (TV) as Our Story Teller
* ''Literature/LittleWomen'' (1978) (TV) as Aunt March
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[[caption-width:300:[[Film/MrsMiniver What goes to make a rose, ma'am, is breeding...]]]]

'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by [[Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer MGM]] in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite [[Creator/LaurenceOlivier Sir Laurence Olivier]]'s Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''Film/MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[Film/MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney]]'s ''The Happiest Millionaire''.

In 1968, she added a touch of distinction to the beloved ChristmasSpecial ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy'' as '[[{{Narrator}} Our StoryTeller]]', an office which she would undertake again in 1976's ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy The Little Drummer Boy: Book II]]''.
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!!Some Shows in Which Greer Garson Appeared:

* ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]'' (1939) as Kathie Ellis
* ''Remember?'' (1939) as Linda Bronson Holland
* ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' (1940) as Elizabeth Bennet
* ''Blossoms in the Dust'' (1941) as Edna Kahly Gladney
* ''When Ladies Meet'' (1941) as Mrs. Claire Woodruff
* ''[[Film/MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]'' (1942) as Mrs. Miniver
* ''Random Harvest'' (1942) as Paula
* ''Madame Curie'' (1943) as Marie Curie
* ''Mrs Parkington'' (1944) as Susie "Sparrow" Parkington
* ''The Valley of Decision'' (1945) as Mary Rafferty
* ''Adventure'' (1945) as Emily Sears
* ''Desire Me'' (1947) as Marise Aubert
* ''Julia Misbehaves'' (1948) as Julia Packett
* ''That Forsyte Woman'' (1949) as Irene Forsyte
* ''The Miniver Story'' (1950) as Kay Miniver
* ''The Law and the Lady'' (1951) as Jane Hoskins
* ''Scandal at Scourie'' (1953) as Mrs. Victoria [=McChesney=]
* ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'' (1953) as Calpurnia
* ''Her Twelve Men'' (1954) as Jan Stewart
* ''Strange Lady in Town'' (1955) as Dr. Julia Winslow Garth
* ''Sunrise at Campobello'' (1960) as Eleanor Roosevelt
* ''The Singing Nun'' (1966) as Mother Prioress
* ''The Happiest Millionaire'' (1967) as Mother
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy'' (1968) as (TV) (voice) as [[{{Narrator}} Our Story Teller]]
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy The Little Drummer Boy: Book II]]'' (1976) (TV) as Our Story Teller
* ''Literature/LittleWomen'' (1978) (TV) as Aunt March
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In 1968, she added a touch of distinction to the beloved ChristmasSpecial ''TheLittleDrummerBoy'' as '[[{{Narrator}} Our StoryTeller]]', an office which she would undertake again in 1976's ''TheLittleDrummerBoy: Book II''.

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In 1968, she added a touch of distinction to the beloved ChristmasSpecial ''TheLittleDrummerBoy'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy'' as '[[{{Narrator}} Our StoryTeller]]', an office which she would undertake again in 1976's ''TheLittleDrummerBoy: ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy The Little Drummer Boy: Book II''.II]]''.
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10th Mar '13 11:05:17 AM JIKTV
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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir LaurenceOlivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.

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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer [[Creator/MetroGoldwynMayer MGM]] in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite [[Creator/LaurenceOlivier Sir LaurenceOlivier's Laurence Olivier]]'s Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', ''Film/MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver ''[[Film/MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's [[Creator/{{Disney}} Walt Disney]]'s ''The Happiest Millionaire''.



* ''PrideAndPrejudice'' (1940) as Elizabeth Bennet

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* ''PrideAndPrejudice'' ''Literature/PrideAndPrejudice'' (1940) as Elizabeth Bennet



* ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]'' (1942) as Mrs. Miniver

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* ''[[MrsMiniver ''[[Film/MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]'' (1942) as Mrs. Miniver



* ''TheLittleDrummerBoy'' (1968) as (TV) (voice) as [[{{Narrator}} Our Story Teller]]
* ''TheLittleDrummerBoy: Book II'' (1976) (TV) as Our Story Teller
* ''LittleWomen'' (1978) (TV) as Aunt March

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* ''TheLittleDrummerBoy'' ''WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy'' (1968) as (TV) (voice) as [[{{Narrator}} Our Story Teller]]
* ''TheLittleDrummerBoy: ''[[WesternAnimation/TheLittleDrummerBoy The Little Drummer Boy: Book II'' II]]'' (1976) (TV) as Our Story Teller
* ''LittleWomen'' ''Literature/LittleWomen'' (1978) (TV) as Aunt March
10th Mar '13 11:01:33 AM JIKTV
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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir LaurenceOlivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.

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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir LaurenceOlivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.



* ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]'' (1939) as Kathie Ellis

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* ''[[GoodbyeMrChips ''[[Film/GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]'' (1939) as Kathie Ellis
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* ''JuliusCaesar'' (1953) as Calpurnia

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* ''JuliusCaesar'' ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'' (1953) as Calpurnia
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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir LaurenceOlivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.

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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir LaurenceOlivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''JuliusCaesar'', ''Theatre/JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.
16th Jan '11 7:38:38 PM PaulA
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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir Laurence Olivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.

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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir Laurence Olivier's LaurenceOlivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.



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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotShounenMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir Laurence Olivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.

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'''Greer Garson''' (1904-1996) was a London-born actress popular from the 1940s through the 1960s. Her red-gold hair, delicate complexion, and twinkling hazel eyes marked her out as both a high-toned [[EnglishRose English lady]] ''and'' an approachable girl-next-door type. (As can be seen from the picture at left, she was in real life also something of a HotShounenMom HotMom type -- notwithstanding that she never had any children.) After having played supporting roles in classical plays in the very earliest days of television (circa 1937), Garson was cast by MetroGoldwynMayer in the [[StarMakingRole leading part]] of Kathie in ''[[GoodbyeMrChips Goodbye, Mr. Chips]]''. She sparkled as Elizabeth Bennet opposite Sir Laurence Olivier's Mr. Darcy in MGM's production of ''PrideAndPrejudice'', but perhaps her best-remembered part is as the dauntless English lady facing the Nazi Blitz in ''MrsMiniver'', a part she would reprise eight years later. (Garson, in her early 40's, created a minor scandal at the height of her career, by marrying the much younger actor who played her ''son'' in ''[[MrsMiniver Mrs. Miniver]]''!) She played Caesar's wife, Calpurnia, in the well-regarded Joseph Mankiewicz production of ''JuliusCaesar'', and ended her film career as the aristocratic "Mother" of WaltDisney's ''The Happiest Millionaire''.
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