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Favorite Olivia de Havilland film?

my favorite Olivia de Havilland film has to be It's Love I'm After followed by The Snake Pit.  It's Love I'm After is hilarious and it is b…

Started by FilmFanatic

3 Mar 2, 2012
Reply by FilmFanatic

Admiration for Ms. de Havilland, Etc...

I have so much repect for Ms. de Havilland. She's lived her life in such a dignified, graceful way. She'll always be 'Melanie' to me- but…

Started by Rafaella

6 Feb 28, 2012
Reply by Gordon L. Parrott

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