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(Newser)   Olivia de Havilland and her sister, Joan Fontaine, have been feuding away since they were kids-but things got really bad at the 1942 Academy Awards, and they've never improved   (newser.com) divider line 74
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2013-02-21 07:05:24 PM
Let this be a lesson to you all.

Hate will keep you alive forever.
 
2013-02-21 07:14:31 PM

eggrolls: Let this be a lesson to you all.

Hate will keep you alive forever.


And it keeps you warm
 
2013-02-21 07:18:54 PM

browneye: De Havilland is, of course, well known for her role as Melanie Hamilton Wilkes inGone With the Wind.

Not to me.

To me, Olivia de Havilland will always be the Maid Marion in The Adventures of Robin Hood with Earl Flynn (who will always be the Robin Hood).


I preferred her in The Snake Pit.  She is a fantastic, fantastic actress.
 
2013-02-21 07:22:10 PM

lilistonic: browneye: Today the 95- and 96-year-old still don't speak.

You know now that I re-read the article, this is pretty damn sad.

Especially as I didn't know either one of them was still alive.

It's one of my favorite Hollywood stories. Usually I'm on Team Joan, but now and then I switch for fun. My belief is that they are both still alive because they are still trying to outdo each other.


Meh, my favorite is Sean Connery biatch slapping Johnny Stomponato after Stomponato pulled a gun on him for banging Lana Turner
 
2013-02-21 07:28:59 PM

The All-Powerful Atheismo: Eirik: Bermuda59: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Bermuda59: mrsdish: browneye: De Havilland is, of course, well known for her role as Melanie Hamilton Wilkes inGone With the Wind.

Not to me.

To me, Olivia de Havilland will always be the Maid Marion in The Adventures of Robin Hood with Earl Flynn (who will always be the Robin Hood).

Pretty sure you mean Errol Flynn.

I know de Havilland from 'The Heiress' with Montgomery Clift, which is where I saw her first. I admit to having not seen GWTW until about a year ago. Also Montgomery Clift...*sploosh*.

Earl Flynn appeared in movie version of 'Rarnaby Budge' by Charles Dikkens. That's Dikkens with two Ks, the well-known Dutch author.

How about a sale of two titties?

DEFINITELY NOT!

How about "Ethel theAardvark goes Quantity Surveying"?

Olsen's Standard Book of British Birds??


Only the expiated version.  The one without the gannet.
 
2013-02-21 07:46:21 PM

Eirik: Adalius: And we interrupt this report with some breaking news, the passenger airship Hindenburg has just exploded. 36 reported dead including one ground crew member. More news to follow.

My Word!  I dropped my monocle into my cup of tea when I read that!  I blame Roosevelt!


Frankfurter HITLER Roofartvelt could have saved the Hindenburg if he could have walked into the field where it was landing. And that fish kissing doll dizzy dyke dame of his could have filled the Dirigible up with good old fashioned non-flammable air if she knew how to wrap her lips around a stem like a proper lady instead of only knowing how to daddle some janey and go bumper to bumper.
 
2013-02-21 07:47:06 PM
Thread needs more Joan Fontaine.

www.setcelebs.com
1.bp.blogspot.com
www.doctormacro.com
www.collectorsproof.com

I actually don't think she photographs well (or as well as possible) for stills, because in motion, she's just gorgeous. Still photos just don't do her justice. Both her turns in Hitchcock films (Rebecca and Suspicion) are among my favorites from Hitch, in large part because of her.
 
2013-02-21 07:57:16 PM

Eirik: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Eirik: Bermuda59: The All-Powerful Atheismo: Bermuda59: mrsdish: browneye: De Havilland is, of course, well known for her role as Melanie Hamilton Wilkes inGone With the Wind.

Not to me.

To me, Olivia de Havilland will always be the Maid Marion in The Adventures of Robin Hood with Earl Flynn (who will always be the Robin Hood).

Pretty sure you mean Errol Flynn.

I know de Havilland from 'The Heiress' with Montgomery Clift, which is where I saw her first. I admit to having not seen GWTW until about a year ago. Also Montgomery Clift...*sploosh*.

Earl Flynn appeared in movie version of 'Rarnaby Budge' by Charles Dikkens. That's Dikkens with two Ks, the well-known Dutch author.

How about a sale of two titties?

DEFINITELY NOT!

How about "Ethel theAardvark goes Quantity Surveying"?

Olsen's Standard Book of British Birds??

Only the expiated version.  The one without the gannet.


But they've ALL got the gannet!  It's a standard British bird, the gannet, it's in all the books!
 
2013-02-21 08:10:31 PM

shoegaze99: Thread needs more Joan Fontaine.






I actually don't think she photographs well (or as well as possible) for stills, because in motion, she's just gorgeous. Still photos just don't do her justice. Both her turns in Hitchcock films (Rebecca and Suspicion) are among my favorites from Hitch, in large part because of her.


I think a lot of those old stills lose a lot of impact when they are digitized.
 
2013-02-21 08:40:07 PM
Non Kardashian problems
 
2013-02-21 09:06:07 PM
There was something about Joan Fontaine "Oh I'm sooo unworthy of you" acting style in films like Rebecca, Suspicion, and Jane Eyre that really gets on my nerves.

I never had that reaction Olivia de Havilland's acting.
 
2013-02-21 09:09:44 PM

eggrolls: Let this be a lesson to you all.

Hate will keep you alive forever.


Anger is an energy
 
2013-02-21 09:13:32 PM

Gig103: I love the fact that de Havilland's Beaver has its own Wikipedia page.


Over the years many men have complimented de Havilland on her beaver.
 
2013-02-21 09:19:58 PM

blueknight: what a couple of old biatches!  they both probably have early dementia and wouldnt know each other anyhow


Early dementia? They're both pushing 100 years old.
 
2013-02-21 09:38:08 PM
Need some Olivia de Haviland pictures:

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www.hollywoodsgoldenage.com

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-02-21 11:03:03 PM

Somaticasual: Man. How bad do you have to want to feud to keep the feud going if you're still going at it 71 years AFTER the reason for their feud basically evaporated (when the second sister won the award)


They were feuding before that.
 
2013-02-22 12:24:07 AM
Who the hell expects to get an invitation to her own mother's funeral?
 
2013-02-22 12:47:10 AM

browneye: There was something about Joan Fontaine "Oh I'm sooo unworthy of you" acting style in films like Rebecca, Suspicion, and Jane Eyre that really gets on my nerves.

I never had that reaction Olivia de Havilland's acting.


This. Her performance in "The Women" almost destroys what is a very fun film.
Can't abide her acting. Beautiful woman though.
 
2013-02-22 01:02:30 AM
My sister does a good impression of Fontaine from Suspicion. "Go on Beaky....go on!"
 
2013-02-22 01:03:14 AM

Gunderson: eggrolls: Let this be a lesson to you all.

Hate will keep you alive forever.

Anger is an energy


images.sodahead.com

/ agrees
 
2013-02-22 07:47:47 AM

browneye: There was something about Joan Fontaine "Oh I'm sooo unworthy of you" acting style in films like Rebecca, Suspicion, and Jane Eyre that really gets on my nerves.

I never had that reaction Olivia de Havilland's acting.


I find Joan's simpering, whining role in "The Women" the weakest part of an excellent film with an excellent cast.

/Team Melly
 
2013-02-22 03:18:44 PM

Gig103: I love the fact that de Havilland's Beaver has its own Wikipedia page.


Frankly, I don't give a damn.
 
2013-02-22 03:19:39 PM

Cyberluddite: I honestly had no idea that either one of them was still alive. Wow.


The combined age of the Stones is a factor of that of the deHavilland sisters.

True fact.
 
2013-02-22 03:23:52 PM

Bermuda59: eggrolls: Let this be a lesson to you all.

Hate will keep you alive forever.

And it keeps you warm


And it tastes like pennies. Ass pennies.
 
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