This past summer we lost a true Hollywood legend: Olivia De Havilland. At 104, she was the last of the classic Hollywood stars that made audiences laugh and cry beginning the 1930s. She has been retired for many years but people like her, Bette Davis, Joan Crawford, Joan Fontaine (her sister, they were bitter rivals), Ava Gardner, and Hedy Lamarr took motion pictures from their silent roots to a big-time business. They were the faces of the American art form. No one was quite like Olivia and she will be missed. Known mostly for her stunning performance opposite Vivan Leigh in Gone With the Wind, she was an icon of her day. Briefly resurfacing to shut down rumors of her involvement in the 1960 Academy Awards thanks to Feud: Bette and Joan, she led a quiet life after leaving the screen.