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The Dark Mirror (1946) Miss Olivia ... Day 2

Can the gentleness that Olivia de Havilland constantly brings to the screen really have gone bad?  ….   Sort of.

In the same year that director Robert Siodmak directed the Noir classic The Killers, he also helmed this twisted tale of murder and deceit. 731 more words

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Princess O'Rourke (1943) Miss Olivia ... Day 1

“I’ll remember it the rest of my life.”

What else can a lonely European princess say to a passionate marriage proposal from an everyday American working man while she ventures out on her own in the Big Apple? 793 more words

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Olivia de Havilland in the 1940's

Alongside Maureen O’Hara, Olivia de Havilland may very well be my first screen crush. And why not? Her Maid Marion in The Adventures of Robin Hood has to be one of the earliest movies I would have seen as a kid on television in the mid seventies. 323 more words

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Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte

Film Title

Hush Hush, Sweet Charlotte

Director

Robert Aldrich

Starring

  • Bette Davis as Charlotte Hollis
  • Olivia de Havilland as Miriam Deering
  • Joseph Cotten as Doctor Drew Bayliss…
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THINGS I LOVED/HATED THIS WEEK #130

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iPad Pro:

I still haven’t bought the iPad Pro, but I have no doubt that it will be mine at some point. I was going to get it as a New Year’s gift to myself for the next semester, but then I bought a car instead. 1,635 more words

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Top 10 Movie Romantic Moments #8 Robin of Locksley and Marion Fitzswalter

Ah… Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland!  The best onscreen couple to never actually be a couple in real life.  Though Ms. de Havilland did just admit that she was in love with Flynn… she just didn’t want to commit adultery. 369 more words

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#Noirvember: 'The Dark Mirror' and the Paranoid Double (Robert Siodmak, 1946)

The double image is an important motif in the landscape of dreams and nightmares. In Salvador Dalí’s famous painting Metamorphosis of Narcissus, the condition of paranoia was manifested in the form of the double image. 533 more words

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