was that in your opinion

gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh resting on the set of Gone With the Wind (1939)

gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh resting on the set of Gone With the Wind (1939)

2 weeks ago on 11 September 2014 with 2,210 notes
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1 year ago on 13 October 2012 with 132 notes
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suicideblonde:

Olivia de Havilland and Vivien Leigh during the filming of Gone with the Wind in 1939

suicideblonde:

Olivia de Havilland and Vivien Leigh during the filming of Gone with the Wind in 1939

2 years ago on 1 August 2012 with 1,391 notes
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#vivien leigh  #olivia de havilland  #gone with the wind 

phoebe-tonkin:

“The way he looked at her and vice-versa — their responses were pure delight — almost as if, ‘Wait until I get you alone” and “Yes, love, how soon?”

2 years ago on 3 May 2012 with 313 notes
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#vivien leigh  #laurence olivier  #;______________; 

maudelynn:

Vivien Leigh in Caesar and Cleopatra c.1945

maudelynn:

Vivien Leigh in Caesar and Cleopatra c.1945

2 years ago on 2 May 2012 with 1,706 notes
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#vivien leigh  #qrl 


“Fortunately at the end she seems to have had no idea how ill she was - she was full of plans preparing to rehearse a new play - and one can only hope she slept away her life without pain. She will not be forgotten - for her magic quality was unique. A great beauty, a natural star, a consummate screen actress and a versatile and powerful personality in the theatre.”-Sir John Gielgud on Vivien Leigh and her death

“Fortunately at the end she seems to have had no idea how ill she was - she was full of plans preparing to rehearse a new play - and one can only hope she slept away her life without pain. She will not be forgotten - for her magic quality was unique. A great beauty, a natural star, a consummate screen actress and a versatile and powerful personality in the theatre.”

-Sir John Gielgud on Vivien Leigh and her death

2 years ago on 13 April 2012 with 556 notes
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#vivien leigh  #O GOD  #;___________________; 


Vivien Leigh photographed by Angus McBean

Vivien Leigh photographed by Angus McBean

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2 years ago on 22 March 2012 with 348 notes
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leighway:

One night Vivien attended an academic dinner wearing her Legion of Honour and became bored because nobody spoke English. Presently she gathered the members of the company to sit near her. After interminable speeches in Yugoslav, Vivien rose with an angelic smile and, in the knowledge and hope that they did not understand, recited her speech in a lyrical voice. However, far from delivering the polite reply they were expecting, out came a string of four letter words to the effect that she was having the most boring evening of her life, all said with a smile and greeted by cries of ‘Ya, Ya’.

— Vivien Leigh: A Biography by Hugo Vickers

leighway:

One night Vivien attended an academic dinner wearing her Legion of Honour and became bored because nobody spoke English. Presently she gathered the members of the company to sit near her. After interminable speeches in Yugoslav, Vivien rose with an angelic smile and, in the knowledge and hope that they did not understand, recited her speech in a lyrical voice. However, far from delivering the polite reply they were expecting, out came a string of four letter words to the effect that she was having the most boring evening of her life, all said with a smile and greeted by cries of ‘Ya, Ya’.

Vivien Leigh: A Biography by Hugo Vickers

2 years ago on 5 November 2011 with 157 notes
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#vivien leigh  #happy birfday! 
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