Sir Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh leaving the theatre after the first night of their production of A Street Car Named Desire 1949
Sir Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh leaving the theatre after the first night of their production of A Street Car Named Desire 1949. The film version earned Vivien Leigh an Oscar. Her second following one for her portrayal as Scarlet O'Hara in Gone With The Wind."Laurence Olivier (Later, Lord Olivier.) Born Dorking, Surrey, 22nd May, 1907.Married three times, to Jill Esmond, Vivien Leigh (1940-1960 div.) and Joan Plowwright. 1930- film debut in "too many crooks" Series of roles in classic and modern plays on the London stage brought great critical acclaim over the years. Produced and directed plays at the Old Viv in particular. 1941-44, served in Fleet Air Arm, mainly in entertainment capacity, 1944-49, director of the Old Vic Company
|Color||Black & White|
|Credit||Mirrorpix / GIW Photos|
This photo license is intended for editorial use only. Single Use in context. For all advertising and other non-editorial uses contact the GIW office for further information.
If located in the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Eire, kindly contact Mirrorpix directly at email@example.com
License Type: Rights Managed