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 Two Time Oscar Winner:
Vivien Leigh
Best Actress : 1940 “Gone With The Wind”
Best Actress : 1952 “A Streetcar Named Desire”

This Oscar winning actress, who was once married to Laurence Olivier, won her 2 “Best Actress” Academy Awards for her roles in 2 of the most acclaimed films of the last century, as Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With The Wind” (1939) & as Blanche DuBois in “A Streetcar Named Desire” (1951).

Vivien Leigh Fact File :

Birth Name: Vivien Mary Hartley

Date Of Birth: 5th Nov. 1913

Place Of Birth:
Darjeeling, West Bengal, India

Date Of Death: 7th July 1967

Place Of Death:
London, England, UK

Nickname: Vivling

Eye Color: Green

Height: 5’ 3” 1/2

Herbert Leigh Holman (1932 - 40)
Laurence Olivier (1940 - 60)

Film Debut:
“The Village Square” (1935)

Signature Films:“Gone With The Wind”, “A Streetcar Named Desire”

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Vivien Leigh’s Top 10 Movies on DVD :

Dark Journey(1937) VHS
A pre-Scarlett Vivien Leigh stars in this adventure saga of British and German spies meeting and falling in love in WWI Sweden. Conrad Veidt co-stars. 76 min.

Storm In A Teacup(1938) VHS
Whimsical romantic comedy starring Rex Harrison as a reporter who takes a job at a paper in a small Scottish village and gets caught up in a story about a poor woman who can't pay for the license for her dog, while falling for the beautiful daughter of the town's strict legal eagle. Vivien Leigh, Sara Allgood and Cecil Parker also star. 88 min.

21 Days(1938) VHS
That's the length of time Laurence Olivier has to spend with lover Vivien Leigh before he comes forward and admits to killing her estranged husband in self-defense. Waiting to be tried for the crime is the wrong suspect, a mentally troubled man. Olivier must come clean, even though his brother, a judge, tells him to keep the secret to himself. With Leslie Banks. 72 min.

St. Martin's Lane(1938) VHS
Later released in America as "Sidewalks of London," this touching British drama stars Charles Laughton as a London street performer who takes homeless waif Vivien Leigh under his wing and helps her become a famous entertainer. Rex Harrison, Larry Adler co-star. 86 min.

Gone With The Wind [DVD](1939) DVD
Vivien Leigh is coquettish Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara, Clark Gable is gambler-rogue Rhett Butler, in one of the best-loved films of all time. Olivia de Havilland, Leslie Howard and Hattie McDaniel co-star in this epic of love and loyalty in the Civil War South. Winner of 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress. 233 min. Standard; Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital mono; Subtitles: English, French; theatrical trailer; scene access.

Waterloo Bridge(1940) VHS
The timeless wartime romance that is an often-requested film at Movies Unlimited. Soldier Robert Taylor and dancer Vivien Leigh meet in war-torn London and fall in love. Lucile Watson, C. Aubrey Smith and Maria Ouspenskaya are featured. 103 min.

Anna Karenina [DVD](1948) DVD
The lovely Vivien Leigh is magnetic in this Korda-rendered adaptation of the Tolstoy classic, and Ralph Richardson is equally fine as the stodgy husband whose neglect drives her away. Lavish production co-stars Sally Ann Howes, Michael Gough. 98 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English mono; interactive menus; scene access; poster; biography; trivia; movie credits.

A Streetcar Named Desire: Original Director's Version [DVD](1951) DVD
Winner of four Oscars, Tennessee Williams' drama of lust and madness in New Orleans stars Marlon Brando as brutish Stanley Kowalski and Vivien Leigh as his sister-in-law, neurotic Southern belle Blanche DuBois. With Kim Hunter, Karl Malden. This newly restored edition features a digital soundtrack and four minutes of material which was cut by censors against director Elia Kazan's wishes. 125 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby mono; Subtitles: English, French, Spanish; production notes; scene access.

The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone(1961) VHS
Vivien Leigh stars as a middle-aged actress whose vacation in Italy takes an unexpected turn when she falls for a young gigolo (Warren Beatty). Touching romantic drama, based on a story by Tennessee Williams; Jill St. John, Lotte Lenya also star. 104 min.

Ship Of Fools [DVD](1965) DVD
Oscar-winning drama set on a luxury liner bound for Germany in the early '30s and detailing the lives, loves, and fears of the passengers and crew. The all-star cast includes Vivien Leigh (her last film), Lee Marvin, Oskar Werner, Simone Signoret, Jose Ferrer and Michael Dunn; Stanley Kramer directs. 149 min.


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