The star of “Gone with the wind” celebrated the 100th anniversary of the
Actress Olivia De Havillan the last of the film stars of the 1930-ies.
Hollywood actress Olivia De Havillan, best known for playing Melanie in gone with the wind” July 1 celebrated its 100 year anniversary.
Olivia de Havilland was born July 1, 1916, she was one of the most popular and demanded Hollywood Actresses of the 1930s and 1940s years. It is one of the few Actresses who have received two “Oscar” for best actress (in 1947 and 1950). Olivia de Havilland is most known for roles in the films “the adventures of Robin hood” (1938), gone with the wind (1939), “the Heiress” (1949) and “hush, Hush, sweet Charlotte” (1964). Olivia de Havilland is the last of the Hollywood film star of the 1930-ies.
The actress also became famous due to the lawsuit against Warner Bros. De Havillan won the case and eventually were able to achieve greater freedom for the actors, which in those days was heavily exploited Studio.
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