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Vivien Leigh & Audrey Hepburn

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• Dedicated to the Icons of Old Hollywood. • Only Vivien Leigh and Audrey Hepburn ♡ • Created on March 10, 2016, rights reserved.

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Audrey photographed by Ron Galella during a cocktail at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on January 09, 1989.
Vivien photographed for “That Hamilton Woman” (1941). A copy of “That Hamilton Woman” was always kept at Chartwell, as it was Sir Winston Churchill’s favorite film. His daughter, Sarah Churchill, later said, “My father used to show it in the private cinema whenever we had important guests until we, the family, all knew it by heart. He never tired of seeing it and it was through this film and his admiration for the Oliviers that they later became friends.”
Audrey photographed at the Idlewild Airport in New York City on December 13, 1953.
Vivien and Flora Robson photographed during the filming of “Caesar and Cleopatra” (1945). “Vivien look just like a Persian kitten and that is how I want my Cleopatra.” – George Bernard Shaw.
Audrey photographed by Mauro Carraro at a supermarket specially for a campaign for UNICEF in London on May 07, 1989.
Vivien and husband Laurence Olivier photographed in London, 1941. “I do not think there is a solitary second when my mind is not completely buried in you… I am never not thinking of you. More often than not, I am just worried about you, concerned and distressed about my baby lamb being tired or unhappy. And of course, often, it is with mad, mad passion… You are all over me, in sorrow or in joy, all of the time… in conversation, in work, with every breath and heartbeat.” – Laurence Olivier in a letter to Vivien.
Audrey photographed by Bert Stern at Vogue magazine's in New York, 1963. In her own words • “It’s that wonderful old-fashioned idea that others come first and you come second. This was the whole ethic by which I was brought up. Others matter more than you do, so don’t fuss, dear; get on with it.”
A young Vivien photographed by Bassano on May 16, 1935. “There is one face that I would not want to touch.  It needs no help from me. It is the face of Vivien Leigh.” – Sir Archibald McIndoe, a celebrated plastic surgeon.
A young Audrey as Lygia photographed for “Quo Vadis” in 1949. The role eventually went to Deborah Kerr.
Vivien as Scarlett & Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in “Gone with the Wind“ (1939) ❤️
Audrey Hepburn and Peter O’Toole by Terry O’Neill on the set of “How to Steal a Million“ in Paris, 1965 ♡
Vivien and husband Laurence Olivier arriving at Buckingham Palace, as Laurence receives his Knighthood, London, 1947.
Audrey Hepburn and Capucine photographed by Pierluigi Praturlon in Paris, 1962 ♡
Vivien Leigh as Cynthia in a promotional photo for “Fire Over England“ (1937) ♡
Audrey Hepburn photographed with Mr. Famous in a phone booth in New York, 1961 ♡
Vivien Leigh photographed by Scaioni for Woman and Beauty magazine, 1935 💚
March, 1956 • Audrey Hepburn and her husband Mel Ferrer during their arrival at the Idlewild Airport in New York City ♡
Vivien Leigh photographed by a fan in 1940's ♡

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