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Cinema: Full-Witted

With her ruddy skin, pulpy bosom and self-abasing zinger wit, she's so--well, so very English. One glance at Houston's own Renee Zellweger, and all anxiety about...

TELEVISION: Tomorrow Is Another Yawn

Sequels, like blind dates, inspire a certain terror. We fear they will be losers; we suspect they will never measure up to past loves -- and often intuition...

People: Jun. 15, 1987

By popular demand, it would seem, Jane Seymour has already won the part of Scarlett O'Hara in an upcoming sequel to the 1939 classic Gone with the Wind. The only...

Show Business: Confessions of a Real Actor

Laurence Olivier talks about life, acting and Vivien Leigh The appointment is for 3 o'clock. Exactly two minutes after the hour a white Bentley wheels around...

Cinema: Shorts: Jan. 23, 1939

> In Hollywood, Producer David Oliver Selznick finally chose an actress to play Scarlett O'Hara in his forthcoming $2,000,000 production of Gone With the Wind...

Theater: Muzhikal

Tovarich is the largest disaster Vivien Leigh has been involved in since the burning of Atlanta. As Scarlett O'Hara, she shrugged off unpleasantness with "I'll...

Cinema: G With the W

(See Cover) Last week the cinema event for which the U. S. has palpitated for three years took place in Atlanta, Ga.—the premiere of Gone With the Wind...

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