“[Vivien Leigh] is, I should say, the most important recruit British films have ever had . . . She is still not at all keen on going to Hollywood. She could go any day if she said the word. It’s up to the English studios to develop her over here.” — Picturegoer, April 3, 1937
Author: Kendra Bean
Kendra Bean has an MA in Film Studies from King's College London. She regularly writes about cinema at her blog www.vivandlarry.com, is a contributing critic at YAM Magazine, and occasionally freelances in web design and photography. She is currently working on her first book, an illustrated biography of Vivien Leigh.