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Greer as herself
Greer on GreerTube
contains a few videos of Greer in non-acting
These videos are treasures.
She clearly enjoys these opportunities to show herself off
and doesn't shy away from talking up a storm.
This was Judy's big comeback after having been dumped by MGM
Even though this movie was successful, Jack Warner dumped
her soon after this movie was released.
This video is a treasure trove of Golden-era Hollywood
royalty. Greer appears near the end.
The man at the microphone, George Fisher, thinks Greer is
done when she ways that she's looking forward to seeing the
but Greer keeps right on going
, promoting her newest
movie "Strange Lady in Town". Why should she waste an
This video seems to have been removed from Youtube,
but it's available on the DVD of "A Star is Born."
Greer is a panelist, and we see her smiling and frowning and
thinking and scratching her nose and furrowing her brow and
the whole time.
"The Youngest Profession" (1943)
Here is a small-budget movie from 1943 that features cameos from Greer and Walter
as well as Robert Taylor and Lana Turner and others.
In Greer's cameo she is accosted by two silly teenage
Of course in real life any normal person like Greer would've
just signed the autograph and then told those two to take a
hike, but here Greer is very generous with her time and
invites them up to her hotel suite for tea.
They eventually meet Walter and he is of course very gracious.
And we get to hear Walter call Greer "Greer"!
Robert Taylor's cameo is also quite delightful.
Amongst the actors who are actually "acting" in this film
are Edward Arnold and Agnes Moorehead, who both appear with
Greer the very next year in "Mrs. Parkington".
You may have noticed that I don't count this movie as one of
Greer's, nor as a movie that she made with Walter Pidgeon.
Here is Greer in a small fashion shoot from the 1940s.