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Olivia De Havilland Fans

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Favorite Olivia de Havilland film?

Started by FilmFanatic. Last reply by FilmFanatic Mar 2, 2012. 3 Replies

Admiration for Ms. de Havilland, Etc...

Started by Rafaella. Last reply by Gordon L. Parrott Feb 28, 2012. 6 Replies

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Comment by Paul Petro on March 24, 2013 at 8:55pm

I picked this up off ebay last year, one of the prize pieces of my collection, Olivia signed and inscribed this picture to Mervyn LeRoy! *sigh* so lovely, even her handwriting is beautiful!

Comment by FilmFanatic on June 24, 2012 at 12:39am

Olivia's fabulous film The Dark Mirror is finally being released on DVD and Blu Ray! the film is being released on September 4th and is available for pre-order on Amazon. i so cannot wait this film was one of several on my wish list of films to be released on DVD and even better it is also being released on Blu Ray. 

Comment by Al Pearce on April 25, 2012 at 1:55pm

watched THE ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD last night. there will never be another Lady Marion like Olivia, or another Robin Hood like Errol Flynn for that matter. they were tailor made for their parts and more!

Comment by Gary Taylor on April 25, 2012 at 1:16am

It's April 24 and my birthday.  I treated myself by watching my favorite actress, Olivia De Havilland, in action in the Heiress.  Her portrayal of Catherine Sloper, before and after she was deserted by Morris Townsend (Montgomery Clift), was a masterpiece in acting.  The Academy Awards thought so too. With the hairstyles and her acting, Olivia's beauty really shines through in this movie.

Comment by Kathleen Nemec on August 2, 2011 at 10:14am
From the time of a small child I have always loved Olivia. I think seeing her in "Gone With the Wind" brought her to the forefront for me. Not to mention "They Died With Their Boots On", Captain Blood, Dodge City, Santa Fe Trail, etc. I always respected her acting last year when TCM had her on for the Whole Day last August 25th...She had accomplished something I wasn't aware of the de Haviland Law. Well, I began to love her even more. She was so strong going up against a hugh film studio like Warner Bros. & Jack Warner. She is an amazing lady!
Comment by J. D. on March 20, 2011 at 11:12pm
That is a beautiful picture, Sharon!
Comment by J. D. on November 16, 2010 at 9:02pm
Two great websites on Olivia:
and on FB Briing Olivia de Havilland to the TCM Film Festival
Comment by Richard Peterie on September 29, 2010 at 5:02pm
What a class actress the best of the best you couldn't take your eyes off her when she was in a scene. They don't make like that anymore. A true Beauty.
Comment by J. D. on September 16, 2010 at 5:35pm
Thinks for posting that ARticle. I agree Olivia's acting is far better. I do wish that they would both reuNite. Since they're both in their nineties. One thing I've noticed is that Olivia never goes into detail about it while Joan talks about it frequently.
Comment by Richard Peterie on September 8, 2010 at 1:58pm
Her sister was very pretty too but not quite the actress.

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