"STOP! You're Scarlett": The Story of Vivien Leigh, Part 2

An article from the popular British fan magazine Picturegoer providing part 2 of a 3 part series charting 'The Story of Vivien Leigh.'

In part 2, writer Maud Miller focuses on Vivien Leigh's casting as Scarlett O'Hara in the 1939 film adaptation of Margaret Mitchell's best-selling novel Gone with the Wind. Maud Miller recounts popular myths about Vivien Leigh's casting in the role of Scarlett, recounting that in the 1930s after initial success in England she was 'heading towards Hollywood for a holiday-- a copy of "Gone with the Wind" with her.'

The article explains to the reader how Vivien Leigh secured one of the most coveted roles in movie history.
Creator Maud Miller
Subject Vivien Leigh
Source Bill Douglas Cinema Museum
Publisher Odhams Press
Date 1952-02-09
Format Magazine
Type Press
Coverage 1930s