|1941||National Board of Review||Best Acting||Two Faced Woman||Won|
|1939||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Ninotchka||Nominated|
|1939||National Board of Review||Best Acting||Ninotchka||Won|
|1937||Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences||Best Actress||Camille||Nominated|
|1937||National Board of Review||Best Acting||Camille||Won|
by Gary Susman
It's a longstanding Hollywood myth that the coming of sound pictures in 1927 ruined the careers of most silent stars and forced the studios to find a new generation of Broadway-trained stars with full-throated speaking and...
by Jeffrey M. Anderson
Salt opened this past weekend to middling reviews and middling box office; the consensus appears to be that people are more or less in the middle on it. But it does do one thing well; it features a female secret agent who can...