In the course of her career, Garbo starred in twenty-seven motion pictures and was nominated four times for Oscar's Best Actress for the films ‘Anna Christie’ (1930), ‘Romance’ (1930), ‘Camille’ (1937) and ‘Ninotchka’ (1939), but, oddly enough, she never won. However, in 1954 she received a special Academy Award for her memorable portrayals. Her most notable silent films include ‘The Torrent’ (1926) and ‘Love’ (1927). It was not until 1930 and ‘Anna Christie’ that the audience could first hear her low, heartbreaking voice. Garbo's subsequent talking films such as ‘Mata Hari’ (1932), ‘Grand Hotel’ (1932), ‘Queen Christina’ (1934) and ‘Anna Karenina’ (1935) elicited enthusiastic responses from fans, as well as from critics.