The Sunday Times magazine - Laurence Olivier cover (28 November 1976)
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The Sunday Times magazine - Laurence Olivier cover 28 November 1976 Good condition for age - there is yellowing to page edges due to age - some creasing to page corners
LAURENCE OLIVIER - After battling against three serious illnesses in the space of seven years, Laurence Olivier is now working again at a furious pace. He can soon be seen in a new film - as a fugitive Nazi war criminal in Marathon Man; next month he stars in a new TV production - as Big Daddy in Cat on a Hit Tin Roof. And at the age of 69, he is about to make his debut as a TV director. Margaret Laing talked to him at home
VIVIEN NICHOLSON won a fortune on the Pools. Then she lost it - gloriously and unrepentantly, in a 'spend, spend, spend' orgy that endeared her to an army of headline writers and joy-riders. Much-married, much-maligned, how has she emerged from her traumatic experiences? She talked to Gordon Burn
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