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Vivien Leigh Movies List

1965 Ship of Fools
1961 The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

The Deep Blue Sea

1951 A Streetcar Named Desire
1948 Anna Karenina

Caesar and Cleopatra


That Hamilton Woman

1940 Waterloo Bridge

21 Days

1939 Gone with the Wind
(Visit our Tribute to Gone With the Wind)

Sidewalks of London

A Yank at Oxford


Storm in a Teacup

Dark Journey
Fire Over England

Gentlemen's Agreement

Look Up and Laugh

Things Are Looking Up

The Village Squire

Vivien Leigh Movie Favorites

Vivien Leigh's early roles were in English movies. We pick Fire Over England a historical drama set in 1587 so that you can see the first time she and Laurence Olivier appeared together.

And then came Gone With the Wind. Perfectly cast as Scarlett O'Hara, Vivien Leigh created her place in movie history.

What was Vivien Leigh's favorite role? Her part as a ballerina turned prostitute in the World War I melodrama Waterloo Bridge. Check it out.

That Hamilton Woman is the screen biography of Lady Hamilton whose love for Lord Nelson (the British naval hero) was the scandal of the day.

And then there was another famous historical couple. Caesar and Cleopatra. This is the screen version of the George Bernard Shaw play and Vivien Leigh is a perfect Cleopatra.

Most people think of Greta Garbo as Anna Karenina but we think you should see Vivien Leigh's take on the doomed Russian character.. An underrated performance.

Vivien Leigh received her second Academy Award for her role as Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire who 'always depended on the kindness of strangers"

The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone - Playing an aging actress who falls for a young gigolo, Vivien Leigh gave a performance of fragile beauty when she herself was suffering emotional turmoil.

Vivien Leigh's last screen appearance was part of the ensemble cast in Ship of Fools. She's one of the passengers sailing to Germany on the brink of World War II.

Vivien Leigh Academy Awards®

Best Actress Win for Gone With the Wind --- 1939
Best Actress Win for A Streetcar Named Desire --- 1951

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The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

Blanche DuBois ( A Streetcar Named Desire ):

"Deliberate cruelty is unforgivable, and the one thing I've never been guilty of."

How many movies did Vivien Leigh make over the course of her career?