”THAT FORSYTE WOMAN” (1949) Greer Garson reflected.

09 Mar

that forsyte saga“His life was one of highs and lows, and he burned himself out much too soon. In thinking of him, let us remember, above all, that to millions of people the world over he brought exhilarating and joyous entertainment, and lifted their imagination and their spirits out of the doldrums and tensions of day-to-day living with a glorious vision of adventure, chivalry, and romance.”
–Greer Garson.

— Kevin Wedman


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  1. Gentleman Tim

    March 10, 2016 at 1:31 am

    A Superb Tribute to Errol, from a Remarkably Beautiful, Talented & Good-hearted Woman.

    Here’s a great photo of Errol & Greer from Jack Marino:…

  2. timerider

    March 13, 2016 at 4:39 pm

    I read something like this long ago. As I remember, an old woman thanked Errol for all the excitement and romance he brought to her through all his films. Then again my memory is fading slightly. It seemed almost word for word. After all, that was Errol’s job. He lifted the imagination of men, women boys and girls into the heights of adventure the things dreams are made of…..