She was one of the most beautiful and talented ladies ever to grace a motion picture screen. - Robert Taylor

She was one of the most beautiful and talented ladies ever to grace a motion picture screen. - Robert Taylor

fuckindiva:

Laureunce Olivier, Vivien Leigh and Orson Welles

fuckindiva:

Laureunce Olivier, Vivien Leigh and Orson Welles

sharontates:

Vivien Leigh in character for the theatrical production of Tovarich (1963)

sharontates:

Vivien Leigh in character for the theatrical production of Tovarich (1963)

viviensleigh:

I’ve loved something that doesn’t really exist.

Gone With the Wind (1939)

viviensleigh:

I’ve loved something that doesn’t really exist.

Gone With the Wind (1939)

viviensleigh:

Vivien Leigh on stage in A Streetcar Named Desire in London, 1949

viviensleigh:

Vivien Leigh on stage in A Streetcar Named Desire in London, 1949

vintagesonia:


Vivien Leigh and Olivia de Havilland in Atlanta for the premiere of Gone with the Wind, 1939

vintagesonia:

Vivien Leigh and Olivia de Havilland in Atlanta for the premiere of Gone with the Wind, 1939

gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh, 1963

gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh, 1963

gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh photographed by Roloff Beny, 1958

gingerrogerss:

Vivien Leigh photographed by Roloff Beny, 1958


Oh, I don’t care what you expect or what they think. I’m gonna dance and dance! Tonight I wouldn’t mind dancing with Abe Lincoln himself.

Oh, I don’t care what you expect or what they think. I’m gonna dance and dance! Tonight I wouldn’t mind dancing with Abe Lincoln himself.

Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden on the set of A Streetcar Named Desire, 1951

Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden on the set of A Streetcar Named Desire, 1951