Synopsis by Laura Mahnken
Laurence Olivier was an elusive character who was weary of the press and rarely gave personal interviews. Because of this, Laurence Olivier: A Life is a rare treat for Olivier fans. Melvyn Bragg interviewed Olivier and presents a candid conversation with the star. Includes rare footage of an Olivier screen test with Vivien Leigh. Won the 1986 British Academy Award for Best Documentary and the 1986 Emmy Award. Edited and presented by Melvyn Bragg and produced and directed by Bob Bee.
actor, celebrity, movie, show-business, stars [celebrities]