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Leigh

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Denis, 20th-century British psychiatrist. See: Leigh disease.
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Soon a mother, she went on to seek work on the stage and in film under the name Vivien Leigh.
It includes little-known sensational stories, almost like a Hollywood gossip magazine -- from spats between Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable to the catastrophic opening night of Mr.
Now 51, and in frail health Vivien Leigh had become a legend just a quarter-century earlier in Gone With The Wind.
These range from the play's debut on the Globe stage to performances by Sir Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh and stage and film versions by Orson Welles.
Fans will forgive Staggs his occasional grandstanding as they learn about Vivien Leigh's ravenous sexual appetite during filming or Brando's practice of massaging his already impressive member before stepping onto the stage so that his semi-erection drew all eyes.
In eleven Hollywood movies of the 1940s and '50s Karinska executed costumes for such stars as Judy Garland, Ginger Rogers, Marlene Dietrich, Leslie Caron, Gary Cooper, Vivien Leigh, Gene Kelly, Charles Boyer, and Olivia de Havilland.
To mention only a few of the illustrations that adorn this volume: a full-page photograph of Vivien Leigh as Lavinia in Brook's 1955 production of Titus; Peggy Ashcroft as Desdemona and Paul Robeson as Othello in the Savoy Theatre's 1930 production; Sarah Bernhardt as Hamlet in 1904; Dorothy Tutin as Cressida in the Barton/Hall Troilus and Cressida of 1960.
Olivier's wife, Vivien Leigh, had assumed she would play Ophelia, but Olivier told her she was too old at thirty-three.
Throughout the nearly sixty years she lived there, guests to Pretty Penny included Scott Fitzgerald, Noel Coward, Beatrice Lillie, Ruth Gordon, Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh.
SHE played feisty Irish American Scarlett O'Hara in Gone With The Wind and now Vivien Leigh's original film script is set to sell for thousands.
The 71 rare prints include images of Laurence Olivier as Hamlet, Vivien Leigh in a Streetcar Named Desire, Ivor Novello, Maggie Smith and Peggy Ashcroft.