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Vivien Leigh  Gone with the Wind | 1939

Back to capsule: 1939 : Vivien Leigh’s Costume Test for “Gone with the Wind.” This was my grandmothers favorite movie

Vivien Leigh como Scarlett O'Hara en el set de Selznick / MGM / Kobal / Art Resource través de T revista "Lo que el viento se llevó.":

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara on the set of “Gone With the Wind.” Selznick/Mgm/Kobal/Art Resource via T magazine Love this dress she tore the curtains down and made it

Olivia de Havilland  "Gone With the Wind"

Oscar-winning screen legend Olivia de Havilland, in her role as Melanie Hamilton in “Gone With the Wind,” showed that antebellum style was one of the factors that made the movie one of the most beloved of all time.

Agnes Moorehead, a young Endora...     its the eyes that we know its her.. she was great in Bewitched..(the tv original)

Young Agnes Moorehead looking almost Victorian in this photo. Appeared in more than 70 films. Moorehead is most widely known to modern audiences for her role as the witch Endora in the series Bewitched.

Gone with the Wind

Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable - Gone with the Wind. Best actor and actress of all time. Best movie of all time.

Vivien Leigh shows her Oscar for Best Actress in Gone With The Wind. The 12th Academy Awards was held on February 29, 1940 at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Gone With The Wind received the most nominations with thirteen, winning ten of them.

1940 - Vivien Leigh shows her Oscar for Best Actress in Gone with the Wind. The Academy Awards was held on February 1940 at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Gone with the Wind received the most nominations with thirteen, winning ten of them.

gwtw wardrobe test, spelled her name wrong

vivien-leigh: “ Vivien Leigh in a Make-Up Still for Gone with the Wind, circa February ”

Vivien Leigh with her richly deserved Academy Award for Best Actress for "Gone With the Wind." She would win her second Best Actress award for "A Streetcar Named Desire."

1940 Vivien Leigh with her richly deserved Academy Award for Best Actress for "Gone With The Wind." She would win her second Best Actress award for "A Streetcar Named Desire.

life is too short not to) wear red shoes: "Gone With the Wind"

Great beauty Vivien Leigh in a stunning B&W still for the immortal movie Gone With the Wind. (And having a beautiful subject doesn't hurt either!

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