This week, Vivien Leigh would have turned 100. A happy birthday from PBS.
The actress died of tuberculosis in 1967 when she was only 53 years old.
A new exhibit at the V&A Museum.
Professional correspondence includes many letters from playwright Tennessee Williams. One addressed to Leigh in September 1950 enthuses about her role of Blanche DuBois (for which she won an Oscar).
He wrote: 'It is needless to repeat here my truly huge happiness over the picture and particularly your part in it. It is the Blanche I had always dreamed of and I am grateful to you for bringing it so beautifully to life on the screen.'