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Director Anatole Litvak insisted that the cast and crew spend three months visiting mental institutions and attending psychiatric lectures to prepare themselves for the film. Olivia de Havilland willingly threw herself into the research. She attended patient treatments at the ... ...
Virginia Stuart Cunningham:
Doctor Mark Kik: What is it?
Virginia Stuart Cunningham: Everything you've said seems to make sense. I feel as though I know it,
Virginia Stuart Cunningham: here...
Doctor Mark Kik: But you don't quite understand it all, here?
Doctor Mark Kik: Don't worry, it doesn't matter. You may never know *why* everything happened, but now you do know *...
After the young Virginia smashes the head of the soldier doll (that reminds her of her father) into several pieces, she is later seen carrying the unbroken doll on the night of her father's death. The intact doll again appears in the apartment that she lives in as an adult.
30 June 2016 4:11 PM, -05:00
Variety - Film News
Olivia de Havilland Turns 100: How ‘Gone With the Wind’s’ True Rebel Fought the Studio System and Won
24 June 2016 6:30 PM, -05:00
Olivia @ 100: The Heiress
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