FILMOGRAPHY

In a career that spanned more than three decades, Vivien Leigh only made 19 movies. They are listed, in chronological order, by date of premiere.

Things Are Looking Up
Released February, 1935
Starring: Cicely Courtneidge, Max Miller, William Gargan, Vivien Leigh
Directed by Albert de Courville
Gaumont British Picture Corporation
Black & White; 1 hour, 20 minutes

The Village Squire
Released in April, 1935
Starring: David Horne, Leslie Perrins, Vivien Leigh
Directed by Reginald Denham
British and Dominions Film Corp., Paramount British Pictures
Black & White; 1 hour, 10 minutes

Gentlemen’s Agreement
Released in 1935
Starring Vivien Leigh, Frederick Peisley, David Horne
Directed by George Pearson
British and Dominions Film Corp., Paramount British Pictures
Black & White; 1 hour, 10 minutes

Look Up and Laugh
Released in June, 1935
Starring: Gracie Fields, Vivien Leigh
Directed by Basil Dean
Associated Talking Pictures
Black & White; 1 hour, 20 minutes

Fire Over England
Released in February, 1937
Starring Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier and Flora Robson
Directed by William K. Howard
Based on the book by A.E.W. Mason
Erich Pommer Production, London Film Production
Black & White; 1 hour, 30 minutes

Dark Journey
Released in March, 1937
Starring Vivien Leigh, Conrad Veidt
Directed by Victor Saville
London Film Production, Victor Saville Production, United Artists
Black & White; 1 hour, 20 minutes

Storm In A Teacup
Released in June, 1937
Starring Vivien Leigh, Rex Harrison, Sara Allgood, Cecil Parker
Directed by Victor Saville and Ian Dalrymple
London Film Production, Victor Saville Production, United Artists
Black & White; 1 hour, 27 minutes

A Yank At Oxford
Released in February, 1938
Starring Vivien Leigh, Robert Taylor, Maureen O’Sullivan & Lionel Barrymore
Directed by Jack Conway
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Black & White;

Sidewalks of London
Released in October, 1938
Starring Vivien Leigh, Charles Laughton, Rex Harrison
Directed by Tim Whelan
Mayflower Pictures
Black & White; 1 hour, 26 minutes

Gone With The Wind
Released in December, 1939
Starring Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Hattie McDaniel
Directed by Victor Fleming
Based on the book by Margaret Mitchell
Selznick Interntional Pictures
Color; 3 hours, 45 minutes

21 Days (21 Days Together)
Released in April, 1940 (filmed in 1937)
Directed by Basil Dean
Based on “The First and the Last,” by John Galsworthy
Starring Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Leslie Banks
London Film Productions, Columbia Pictures
Black & White; 1 hour, 15 minutes

Waterloo Bridge
Released in May, 1940
Starring Vivien Leigh, Robert Taylor, Lucille Watson, Virginia Field
Directed by Mervyn LeRoy
MGM
Black & White; 1 hour, 48 minutes

That Hamilton Woman
Released in April, 1941
Starring Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Sara Allgood, Gladys Cooper
Directed by Alexander Korda
Based on the lives of Lady Emma Hamilton & Lord Horatio Nelson
Alexander Korda Films, United Artists
Black & White; 2 hours

Caesar and Cleopatra
Released in December, 1945
Starring Vivien Leigh, Claude Rains, Stewart Granger, Flora Robson
Directed by Gabriel Pascal
Based on the play by George Bernard Shaw
Gabriel Pascal Productions, Eagle Lion Distributors, Ltd
Color; 2 hours, 10 minutes

Anna Karenina
Released in January, 1948
Starring Vivien Leigh, Ralph Richardson, Kieron Moore
Directed by Julian Duvivier
Based on the book by Leo Tolstoy
London Film Productions, British Lion Film Corporation
Black & White; 2 hours, 20 minutes

A Streetcar Named Desire
Released in September, 1951
Starring Vivien Leigh, Marlon Brando, Kim Hunter & Karl Malden
Directed by Elia Kazan
Based on the play by Tennessee Williams
Charles K. Feldman Group, Warner Bros.
Black & White; 2 hours, 5 minutes

Elephant Walk
Released in April, 1954
Starring Elizabeth Taylor, Peter Finch & Dana Andrews
Directed by William Dieterle
Paramount Pictures
*Vivien was not able to complete this movie, so the studio replaced her with Taylor. It’s included here because Vivien’s still visible in the long shots.

The Deep Blue Sea
Released in August, 1955
Starring Vivien Leigh, Kenneth More, Emlyn Williams
Directed by Anatole Litvak
Based on the play by Terence Rattigan
London Film Productions, Twentieth Century Fox
Color; 1 hour, 40 minutes

The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone
Released in December, 1961
Starring Vivien Leigh, Warren Beatty, Lotte Lenya
Directed by Jose Quintero
Based on the story by Tennesse Williams
Louis De Rochement Associates, Warner Bros.
Color; 1 hour, 45 minutes

Ship of Fools
Released in July, 1965
Starring Vivien Leigh, Lee Marvin, Simone Signoret, Oskar Werner
Directed by Stanley Kramer
Based on the book by Katherine Anne Porter
Stanley Kramer Productions, Columbia Pictures
Color; 2 hours, 30 minutes

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