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British-American actress Olivia de Havilland, died on the 105th year of life. She played the role of Melanie Hamilton Wilkes, the wife of the character who was in love with the main character Scarlett O’hara in the film gone with the wind, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The actress died of natural causes at his home in Paris, where she lived the last 60 years. De Havilland was the last living stars, who performed the role in the famous painting in 1939.
The star of Hollywood movies, was born in 1916. She was one of the most sought after Actresses of the Golden age of Hollywood. For her role in the film “gone with the wind”, which became one of the first color films and won eight Oscars, she received the first nomination for the statuette. Subsequently, she won a prestigious award for his role in the film “to Each his own” and “the Heiress.”
In addition, the de Havilland known for roles in the films “captain blood” (1935), “the charge of the light brigade” (1936), “the adventures of Robin hood” (1938), “hush, Hush, sweet Charlotte” (1964) and many others.
In June, the streaming service HBO Max was removed from the platform the film “gone with the wind” because of the controversial issues related to racial issues, amid protests over the death of a black George Floyd in consequence of their detention by the police. After that, critics predicted the United States began a “cultural cleansing.”
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