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1939: The Greatest Year in Movie History

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Scott Davies as the Phantom in West End

He has an impressive track record, starting as the u/s Phantom in the early 1990s, eventually becoming standby for Peter Cousens in 1997. Then the principal Phantom in the UK “Millennium Tour” in 1998-99 and in West End in 1999-2001. He returned as the standby in 2009, a position he still holds.

His Christines includes: Celinde Schoenmaker, Harriet Jones, Maria Coyne, Emmi Christensson, Lisa-Anne Wood, Ashleigh Fleming, Olivia Brereton, Sofia Escobar, Anna O’Byrne, Katy Treharne, Claire Doyle, Katie Hall, Tabitha Webb, Gina Beck, Zoë Curlett, Joanne Pullen, Katrina Murphy, Deborah Dutcher, Claire Louise Hammacott, Ana Marina, Charlotte Page, Meredith Braun and Lisa Waddingham Duby. Possibly also others!

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Gone with the wind (1939) Victor Fleming

“As God is my witness, as God is my witness they’re not going to lick me. I’m going to live through this and when it’s all over, I’ll never be hungry again. No, nor any of my folk. If I have to lie, steal, cheat or kill. As God is my witness, I’ll never be hungry again”

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Happy 100th birthday to Olivia de Havilland, who was born July 1, 1916, in Tokyo. 

The first photo shows her cutting her birthday cake on the set of Gone With the Wind (1939) with director Victor Fleming at her left. The second photo shows she and director William Wyler (he was born July 1, 1902) sharing a birthday cake on the set of The Heiress (1949) while co-star Miriam Hopkins looks on.

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Karlie Kloss perfects day-to-night dressing at Ralph Lauren

Karlie Kloss perfects day-to-night dressing as she walks in sophisticated Ralph Lauren show at NYFW

By Olivia Fleming At New York Fashion Week
Published:  18 February 2016

‘By day, her style is effortless and sophisticated in languid menswear,’ Ralph Lauren explained of his Fall 2016 collection. 'But at night she transforms herself with the bold spirit of a cool rocker imbued with a modern romanticism.’

Karlie Kloss, who opened the designer’s show decked out in layers of taupe before walking down the runway a second time in a black velvet evening dress, certainly pushed Lauren’s point home.

The dramatic transformation, Lauren noted, is inspired 'by a woman who dares to be herself.’

A study in day-to-night dressing, Karlie Kloss opened the designer’s show decked out in layers of of taupe before walking down the runway a second time wearing a black velvet evening dress

'By day, her style is effortless and sophisticated in languid menswear,’ Ralph Lauren explained of his Fall 2016 collection, with Kloss pictured in her day look backstage

Lauren added: 'At night she transforms herself with the bold spirit of a cool rocker imbued with a modern romanticism’

Karlie Kloss helps Ralph Lauren present rocker-inspired show


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