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Vivien Leigh

She was best known for her starring roles in the classic 1939 film 'Gone With The Wind' and 'A Stretcar Named Desire' 1951 and was married in 1940 in a blaze of publicity to Lau

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Vivien Leigh on her wedding day in 1932 (aged 19) to Herbert Leigh Holman.

Actress Vivien Leigh's first marriage at 19 was to Herbert Leigh Holman, an English barrister thirteen years her senior. They were married 1932

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Portrait of Vivien Leigh in The school for scandal directed by , Photo by Lenare

She was Rabelaisian, this exquisite creature, and told outrageous jokes in that cool voice and pretty enough to make you weep. - George Cukor

She was Rabelaisian, this exquisite creature, and told outrageous jokes in that cool voice and pretty enough to make you weep. - George Cukor on Vivien Leigh

Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh, 1937 via holdthisphoto

Laurence Olivier & Vivien Leigh in London on a train to Denmark in order to perform their theatrical production of ‘Hamlet’ - 1937

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"I swing between happiness and misery and I cry easily. I am a mixture of my mother's determination and and my father's optimism. I am part prude and part non-conformist and I say what I think and don't dissemble." Viven Leigh......

Viven Leigh--"I swing between happiness and misery and I cry easily. I am a mixture of my mother's determination and and my father's optimism. I am part prude and part non-conformist and I say what I think and don't dissemble.

Vivien Leigh as the newly widowed Scarlett O'Hara Hamilton in 'Gone With The Wind'. Her mother sees her crying because she has to wear black and offers to send her to Atlanta to cheer her up. She knows Ashley will be coming there to see Melanie.

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