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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 Richard Peterie on September 8, 2010 at 12:01pm
Olivia was one of the great beautys and one of the best actresses of all time. She made it look so easy. I like best that she didn't let her fame go to her head.
Comment by J. D. on September 6, 2010 at 8:36pm
Hi. Phillip.

No. I haven't heard anything about her biography. In a while. I hope it's about ready to be published. They had it on presage for a while on amazon. But then took it down.

Also. I'm sure everyone has found out by now... But Cammie King passed away this past wendesday. She played Bonnie Blue Butler in Gone With the Wind
Comment by Philip Leibfried on August 31, 2010 at 7:12pm
Has anyone heard anything about Olivia's autobiography? I'm sure she's finished it by now.
Comment by Jen on April 29, 2010 at 10:54am
great article JD! She is so beautiful!
Comment by J. D. on April 28, 2010 at 5:36pm
I just got back from a GWTW event in Texas and while there I was able to purchase a program from Olivia's Academy lifetime achievment award ceremony from back in2006
Comment by J. D. on April 6, 2010 at 9:10pm

This is a recent picture that I found the other day, while reading a great article/interview in the London Evening Standard

Here's a link if you want to read:
Comment by Monty on March 17, 2010 at 11:15am
Just watched Captain Blood last night with Errol and Olivia. Loved it. They were one of the best screen teams in film history.
Comment by J. D. on February 19, 2010 at 10:24pm
I just got done watching To Each His Own,

It was a great story about motherhood that reminded me alot of Stella Dallas(1937). de Havilland plays Jodie Norris, who through a series of accidents and mis-haps is forced to watch her son grow up from afar.

This film was distributed by Paramount and Olivia's first film after her long and victorious court battle with Warner Brothers. Her performance was brilliant and won her; the first of two academy awards, the other for the Heiress (1949). The film is told in a flashback method, and at different times in the film we see Jodie Norris as a young teenager and at others we see her as a mature adult.

The movie introduced John Lund to the screen. He played a dual role as both Jodie's lover, and the grown up version of their son. The supporting cast included Mary Anderson, Ronald Culver, Philip Terry, and Bill Goodwin. Anderson's performane really stood out; she played the jealous and over-bearing step-mother. This was probably one of the best performances of her career with the possible exception of Hitchcock's Lifeboat.

In addition to de havilland's Oscar the film was nominated for Best Writing and Original Story.
Comment by Gordon L. Parrott on February 10, 2010 at 10:34pm
Olivia DeHavilland being my favourite female actor, i hope i can se this one sometime.

Comment by J. D. on January 3, 2010 at 2:36pm
Has anyone seen My Cousin Rachel? I tivoed it the other day but haven't watched it yet

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