Grapevine: May 7, 1990

GARBO TALKED! The death of the legendary film actress will bring to life a secret biography, based on rare interviews, that spent the past 14 years locked in a vault. Next month Simon & Schuster will publish Garbo, by the author Antoni Gronowicz, a longtime friend, who died five years ago. Withheld while Garbo was alive, it contains reminiscences about her childhood in Sweden and her relationships with mentor Mauritz Stiller, conductor Leopold Stokowski and others. In it, Garbo reflects on the tales that "women chased her more often and more persistently" than men. Another associate, film scholar Raymond Daum, has...

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