Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier arrive in New York, 1951.
Apart from her looks, which were magical, she possessed beautiful poise; her neck looked almost too fragile to support her head and bore with it a sense of surprise, and something of the pride of the master juggler who can make a brilliant maneuver appear almost accidental. She also had something else: an attraction of the most perturbing nature I had ever encountered.
Vivian Mary Hartley aka Vivien Leigh | 5 November 1913 – 8 July 1967
HAPPY 99TH BIRTHDAY VIVIEN LEIGH!
Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh in costumes designed by Cecil Beaton for The School for Scandal, 1949
English actress Vivien Leigh spends time at the home of Duke Luigi Visconti di Modrone and Duchess Laura Adani in northern Italy, 25th August 1957
Vivien Leigh on her wedding day to Leigh Holman, 1932
Vivien Leigh and Robert Taylor in The Waterloo Bridge (1940).
Vivien Leigh on the set of Waterloo Bridge
Vivien Leigh with Maureen O’Sullivan and Robert Taylor on the set of A Yank at Oxford, 1938