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Camille (Motion picture : 1936)

A popular romantic tragedy. Garbo is a doomed courtesan whose passion for romance is equalled by her passion for life.

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  • "La dame aux camélias"
  • "Roman de Marguerite Gautier"
  • "Le roman de Marguerite Gautier"
  • "Camille (1921)"
  • "Cha hua nu"@en
  • "茶花女"

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  • "A popular romantic tragedy. Garbo is a doomed courtesan whose passion for romance is equalled by her passion for life."@en
  • "Life in 1847 Paris is as spirited as champagne and as unforgiving as the gray morning after. In gambling dens and lavish soirees, men of means exert their wills and women turned courtesans exult in pleasure."
  • "Life in 1847 Paris is as spirited as champagne and as unforgiving as the gray morning after. In gambling dens and lavish soirees, men of means exert their wills and women turned courtesans exult in pleasure."@en
  • "A Parisian courtesan, Marguerite Gautier, a.k.a. Camille, and a young law student, Armand Duval, fall in love and forsake their former lives. This tragic love story brings out the sacrifices one makes in order to prove true love."
  • "Feature film from the U.S. Garbo plays a doomed courtesan whose passion for romance is equalled only by her passion for life."@en
  • "This lush production is true to Henry James's description of the mid-19th century melodrama as 'all champagne and tears'. In choosing Camille for Garbo, Cukor saw 'a perfect meeting of the actress and the role'. The tragic heroine, a courtesan, is required to sacrifice her own happiness in order to prove her love. She is only permitted to pursue her own desire when its fulfilment will be denied by death."@en
  • "Drama naar de roman van Alexandre Dumas waarin iemand die de ware liefde vindt dat opoffert voor een hoger doel."
  • "Armand Duval (Valentino), a young and unsophisticated law student, falls passionately in love with Marguerite Gautier (Nazimova), known as Camille, a notorius Parisian courtesan. Together they abandon family and friends to be together. A touching love story."@en
  • "SUMMARY: A popular romantic tragedy made at the height of Garbo's career."@en
  • "A French courtesan with a passion for life and romance sacrifices her happiness to prove her love for a young man whose family disapproves of their relationship."
  • "A Parisian courtesan, Marguerite Gautier, a.k.a. Camille, and a young law student, Armand Duval, fall in love and forsake their former lives. Armand's father persuades Marguerite to give up Armand who denounces her because he believes himself abandoned for a wealthy count. Ill and destitute, Marguerite dies clutching Armand's gift, the book Manon Lescaut."
  • ""Tragic heroine who must sacrifice her own happiness in order to prove her love"--Leonard Maltin's TV movies and video guide."@en
  • "A dying courtesan falls in love with a young man and dies in his arms."@en
  • "The tragic story of an ill-fated courtesan, her love for the handsome Armand and their bittersweet romance. (Does not circulate)."
  • "Camille is the tragic romantic story of a courtesan whose passion for romance is equalled only by her passion for life."
  • ""In mid-nineteenth century Paris, beautiful courtesan Marguerite Gautier, is known by all as 'the lady of the camellias' because of her preference for the flowers. Marguerite's friends know her as a woman whose heart is bigger than her pocketbook. Though she is given money and jewels by her many admirers, her extravagance and generosity have kept her in debt. Marguerite's friend, Prudence Duvernoy, tells her to find a rich man who can take care of her debts and one night, arranges for her to meet the wealthy Baron de Varville. While Prudence leaves their theater box to find de Varville, handsome young Armand Duval, who has been in love with Marguerite and secretly followed her for weeks, goes to her. Because they have never met, she thinks that he is the baron and is immediately attracted to him. When she is introduced to the real Baron de Varville by Prudence, Marguerite is disappointed, but realizes that she must leave with him. Six months later, Marguerite has become de Varville's mistress and has indulged herself extravagantly with his money. When he goes on a business trip to Russia, her frail health will not allow her to accompany him, so she stays home. At a coach auction, she sees Armand again and is told by her maid, Nanine, that he came to inquire about Marguerite's health every day during her illness. Later, Marguerite invites him to a party at her home, and when she becomes ill, he carries her into her."@en
  • "A drama about the doomed romance of a courtesan and her ardent suitor, who love each other despite the odds."
  • "A dying courtesan falls in love with an innocent young man and ultimately must sacrifice her one chance for happiness to prove her love."
  • "Paris, 1847. Marguerite is a courtesan who falls in love with a young man of promise, Armand Duval. When Armand's father begs her not to disgrace his son's position and hopes of a career by marrying him, Marguerite agrees and leaves her lover. However, when poverty and terminal illness overwhelm her, Marguerite discovers that Armand has not lost his love for her."
  • "Armand Duval (Valentino), a young and unsophisticated law student, falls passionately in love with Marguerite Gautier (Nazimova), known as Camille, a notorius Parisian courtesan. Together they abandon family and friends to be together."@en
  • "A Parisian courtesan, Marguerite Gautier, a.k.a. Camille, and a young law student, Armand Duval, fall in love and forsake their former lives. Marguerite is persuaded by Armand's father to give him up by feigning involvement with another, and the couple is finally reunited at Maguerite's deathbed."@en
  • "Marguerite Gautier, a Parisian courtesan, and young Armand Duval fall in love and forsake Paris for the countryside. Armand's father persuades Marguerite to give up Armand who denounces her because he believes himself abandoned for a wealthy baron. Armand and the baron engage in a duel in which the baron is wounded and Armand must flee Paris for several months. When Armand returns, he initially refuses to see Marguerite but upon hearing that she is ill, he visits her and she dies in his arms."
  • "Marguerite Gautier, a Parisian courtesan, and young Armand Duval fall in love and forsake Paris for the countryside. Armand's father persuades Marguerite to give up Armand who denounces her because he believes himself abandoned for a wealthy baron. Armand and the baron engage in a duel in which the baron is wounded and Armand must flee Paris for several months. When Armand returns, he initially refuses to see Marguerite but upon hearing that she is ill, he visits her and she dies in his arms."@en
  • "Dans le Paris mondain de 1847, les rencontres galantes ont lieu au théâtre, au bal et dans les cercles de jeux où la discrétion est de mise... et le jeu c'est l'amour. Marguerite Gautier est une de ces jolies courtisanes qui vivent sur le terrain dangereux de la renommée, l'esprit aiguisé par le champagne, mais les yeux souvent brouillés par les larmes... [Allocine.fr]."
  • ""Armand Duval, a young and unsophisticated law student, falls passionately in love with Marguerite Gautier, known as Camille, a notorious Parisian courtesan. Armand forsakes his family and career, Marguerite abandons her friends for him, and they pass the days happily in a country retreat. They soon find themselves without money; consequently, Armand arranges for Marguerite to receive his small legacy, and, unknown to him, Marguerite plans to sell her possessions. Armand's father learns of the situation and determines to save the family name from disgrace. He persuades Marguerite to give up Armand, and she reverts to her former life of debauchery. Visiting a gambling house one evening she encounters Armand; believing himself abandoned for the Count de Varville's wealth, he denounces her before the crowd. Abandoned and ill, Marguerite finally dies in her home, clasping Armand's only gift, a copy of Manon Lescaut"--AFI catalog, 1921-1930."@en
  • "A Parisian courtesan and a young law student fall in love and forsake their former lives."
  • "A Parisian courtesan and a young law student fall in love and forsake their former lives."@en
  • "Marguerite Gautier, demi-mondaine entretenue par le baron de Verville, fait la connaissance du jeune Armand Duval qui se prépare à la carrière diplomatique. Un vif amour naît entre eux et Marguerite quitte le baron pour Armand qui l'installe à la campagne. Le père d'Armand rend visite à Marguerite et l'engage à renoncer au jeune homme pour ne pas nuire à son avenir. Elle accepte et renvoie Armand. Blessé par la conduite de son aimée, il ne comprend que plus tard, le sacrifice qu'elle avait consenti pour lui."
  • ""Life in 1847 Paris is as spirited as champagne and as unforgiving as the gray morning after. In gambling dens and lavish soirees, men of means exert their wills and women turned courtesans exult in pleasure. One such woman is Marguerite Gautier (Greta Garbo), the Camille of this sumptuous romance tale based on the enduring Alexandre Dumas story. Garbo's aloof mystique and alabaster beauty illuminate this George Cukor-directed film featuring what many call her finest performance. Her Camille is a movie paragon of true love found (in suitor Armand Duval, memorably played by Robert Taylor), then sacrificed for a greater good. Garbo earned an Academy Award nomination and the New York Film Critics Best Actress Award for her memorable work."--Container."
  • "Life in 1847 Paris is as spirited as champagne and as unforgiving as the gray morning after. In gambling dens and lavish soirees, men of means exert their wills and women turned courtesans exult in pleasure. Includes 1921 silent version."

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  • "Camille (Motion picture : 1936)"@en
  • "Camille (Motion picture : 1936)"
  • "Camille = cha hua nu"@en
  • "Camille film"
  • "Camille (Motion picture : 1921)"
  • "Camille (Motion picture : 1921)"@en
  • "Camille"@en
  • "Camille"
  • "Camille (Film)"
  • "Camille = 茶花女"

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