Throughout July, I celebrated the 100th birthday of Olivia de Havilland with a look at three of this old Hollywood legend's best films.
The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938): This rollicking swashbuckler about medieval English outlaw Robin of Locksley and the noble Maid Marian is the best of the Errol Flynn/de Havilland films.
The Snake Pit (1948): De Havilland gives a sensitive performance as a troubled young woman who spends time in an insane asylum.
Hush. . . Hush, Sweet Charlotte (1964): De Havilland and her old Warner Bros. pal, Bette Davis, team up for this creepy Southern Gothic horror film.