DAME Olivia de Havilland, becomes oldest ever Dame!
Her beauty and enigmatic smile saw Olivia de Havilland play alongside the biggest names of the silver screen – Errol Flynn, Clark Gable and Montgomery Clift.
Two weeks before her 101st birthday – that the Gone with The Wind actress has been given a damehood for services to drama. It makes her the oldest woman ever to receive the honour. In a statement, she called it ‘the most gratifying of birthday presents’.
Hi! I’m Sarah, and I’ve been interested in finding a penpal/internet
friend for a while. I love to listen to music (Ricky Montgomery and
Dodie Clark will forever be my favourites, but I’ll listen to just about
anything besides country), watch tv shows (I’m currently into Black
Sails and Haikyuu), and write (I’m in the process of writing a novel).
I’m also a contemporary/modern dancer and artist, and I hope to continue
on with either one of these as a career. I mainly speak only English,
but I’ve learned quite a bit of Spanish and would be open to practicing
it. I would also prefer to communicate mainly over email or tumblr
messaging, although I do love the aesthetic of snail mail.
I’d love to have a penpal who is LGBT (I’m a lesbian myself and it’s
hard to connect to others in the community where I’m from), but of
course, I’d be open to anyone as long as they’re accepting and not
bigoted in any way.
I enjoy deep and casual conversations alike, and I’d really like talking
to someone who is also interested in similar things as me, but new
views and interests are great, too.
Preferences: 14-18, please. And definitely no homophobes, racists, etc. Thank you!
Classical Hollywood cinema, or the classical Hollywood narrative, are terms used in film history which designate both a visual and sound style for making motion pictures and a mode of production used in the American film industry between 1927 and 1963. This period is often referred to as the “golden age of Hollywood”. An identifiable cinematic form emerged during this period called classical Hollywood style. [x]