Lady Vivien Leigh: Sails to America for a vacation. In New York she gets on a plane for the first time to rush to California to see Laurence. They have dinner with Myron Selznick the night that his brother, David O. Selznick, is burning Atlanta on a backlot of MGM (actually they are burning old sets that go back to the early days of silent films to make room to recreate an Atlanta of the 1860s). Vivien is 26 when "Gone with the Wind" makes a sweep of the Oscars in 1939.

Vivienne Leigh, seen here at the Oscars ceremony in 1940 with Laurence Olivier (whom she would later marry), won the Best Actress Oscar that night for her iconic portrayal of Scarlett O’Hara in Gone With The Wind.

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Vivien Leigh as Emma, Lady Hamilton from the movie "That Hamilton Woman", Costume design by René Hubert.

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Vivien Leigh on the set of "Gone With the Wind", 1939

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara being fitted in the green and white barbecue dress.

A Carven couture whitework embroidered organza evening gown, circa 1955-7

Carven couture whitework embroidered organza evening gown, circa labelled, with strapless bodice, the fawn organza ground inset with undulating white organza band to the skirt Kerry Taylor Auctions Catalogue - Passion for Fashion & Fine Textiles

Vivien Leigh como Scarlett O'Hara en el set de Selznick / MGM / Kobal / Art Resource través de T revista "Lo que el viento se llevó.":

1939 - Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara on the set of “Gone With the Wind.” Selznick/Mgm/Kobal/Art Resource via T magazine

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photo Vivien Leigh Laurence Olivier 2773-23

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