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What’s Your Favorite Greer Garson Oscar-Nominated Performance?

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Known as one of the biggest and brightest stars at MGM during its heyday, British actress Greer Garson was a top box-office draw who made her mark playing strong women on the homefront during WWII. With over 30 films under her belt, the incomparable Garson excelled at dramatic roles, garnering her 7 Oscar nominations. Her only win came for 1942’s “Mrs. Miniver,” which came in the middle of her record-tying five consecutive Best Actress nominations from 1941-1945.

Whether she’s playing iconic historical figures Marie Curie or Eleanor Roosevelt (“Madame Curie or “Sunrise at Campobello) or a mother trying to protect her family and survive in England during WWII (“Mrs. Miniver”) or a fearless heroine fighting on behalf of those left behind (“Blossoms in the Dust), Garson’s understated and emotional performances left an impact deserving of the praise.

With so many memorable performances to choose from, we want to ask our readers which award-worthy performance takes the cake! Answer in the poll below.

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Films included in this poll:

  • What’s your favorite Greer Garson Oscar-Nominated Performance?

    Image from the movie ""
    • Poster for the movie "Goodbye, Mr. Chips"
      Goodbye Mr. Chips (1939)
      © 1939 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer British Studios − All right reserved.
    • Poster for the movie ""
      Blossoms in the Dust (1941)
      © − All right reserved.
    • Poster for the movie "Mrs. Miniver"
      Mrs. Miniver (1942)
      © 1942 − All right reserved.
    • Poster for the movie "Madame Curie"
      Madame Curie (1943)
      © 1943 Loew's − All right reserved.
    • Poster for the movie ""
      Mrs. Parkington (1944)
      © − All right reserved.
    • Poster for the movie "The Valley of Decision"
      The Valley of Decision (1945)
      © 1945 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer − All right reserved.
    • Poster for the movie ""
      Sunrise at Campobello (1966)
      © − All right reserved.

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