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  1. Interesting Olivia fact: She was the first actresses to appear in more than just one Technicolor film early in her career, all made in the 1930's: Her Technicolor films: "The Adventures of Robin Hood" "Gone With the Wind" "Gold Is Where You Find It" "The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex" "Dodge City" Runner up: Judy Garland, who was in the following, stretching in the 1940s: "The Wizard of Oz" "In the Good Old Summertime" "Meet Me in St Louis" "Summer Stock" "Easter Parade" "The Harvey Girls" "Ziegfeld Follies" "Till the Clouds Roll By" "The Pirate"
  2. As a film collector/watcher for 30 years, these films are ones I have NEVER been able to find and aren't/weren't on VHS, laser, or DVD? Anyone know why these are never shown?: 1. Death of a Salesman(1951) Fredric March 2. When My Baby Smiles at Me(1948) Betty Grable, Dan Dailey(Oscar nom for actor for this) 3. The Constant Nymph(1943) Joan Fontaine 4. My Son John(1950) Helen Hayes, Robert Walker 5. The Deep Blue Sea(1955) Vivien Leigh 6. Valiant is the Word for Carrie(1935) Gladys George(Oscar nomination for her) 7. Escape Me Never(1935) Elisabeth Bergner 8. That Lady(195
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