Dir: George Cukor
Cast: Greta Garbo, Henry Daniell, Lionel Barrymore
109mins   1936   UK   PG   English   

Beautiful Marguerite Gauthier lifts herself out of her poverty-stricken upbringing by becoming the enchanting 'Lady of the Camellias', well-kept courtesan of the rich and influential Baron de Varville.

When young Armand falls in love with Marguerite, his sincere adoration causes her to question her comfortable life, and, despite the protests of Armand's scandal-wary father, she considers leaving the Baron for him.

'In Camille, Cukor's direction led Garbo deeper into the heart of the situations than ever before, and into the greatest triumph of her career' - Derek Prouse, Sight & Sound


Wed 1 November