| GONE WITH THE WIND (1939)|
Vivien Leigh WINNER for Best Actress as Scarlett O’Hara
Clark Gable as Rhett Butler
Olivia de Havilland as Melanie Hamilton
Leslie Howard as Ashley Wilkes
A southern belle’s survival of the Civil War and Reconstruction Era.
Directed by Victor Fleming.
Vivien Leigh Paper Doll (Merrill, 1980) by Marilyn Henry
DARK VICTORY (1939)
Bette Davis nominated for Best Actress as Judith Traherne
George Brent as Dr. Frederick Steele, Humphrey Bogart as Michael O’Leary,
Geraldine Fitzgerald as Ann King, Ronald Reagan as Alec
A socialite is diagnosed with brain cancer and falls in love with her doctor.
Directed by Edmund Goulding
Bette Davis Paper Doll (Paper Studio Press, 2011) by Jim Howard
|LOVE AFFAIR (1939)|
Irene Dunne nominated for Best Actress as Terry McKay
Co-Starring: Charles Boyer as Michel Marnet,
Maria Ouspenskaya as Grandmother Janou.
Directed by Leo McCarey.
A shipboard romance ends with a plan to meet six months later at the top of the Empire State Building.
Irene Dunne Paper Doll from Classic Drama Queens (Paper Studio Press, 2016) by David Wolfe.
| NINOTCHKA (1939)|
Greta Garbo nominated for Best Actress as Ninotchka
Melvyn Douglas as Count Leon d’Algout
Ina Claire as Grand Duchess Swana
Directed by Earnst Lubitsch.
A Russian diplomat goes to Paris to assist in the sale of confiscated jewels and discovers love along the way.
Greta Garbo Paper Doll (Paper Studio Press, 2009) by Norma Lu Meehan.
| GOODBYE MR CHIPS (1939)|
Greer Garson nominated for Best Actress as Katherine
Co-starring Robert Donat as Mr. Chips
The love of a wonderful woman brings out the best in a shy school teacher.
Directed by Sam Wood.
Greer Garson 1944 Reproduction Paper Doll (2007 Paper Studio Press)