The 'Singin' in the Rain' star died one day after daughter Carrie Fisher
Olivia de Havilland | ''My career began in the middle of the Golden Age, 1935, when sound had already been firmly established and color was first introduced,'' de Havilland
EW spoke with the two-time Best Actress winner, now 98, about ''Gone with the Wind'' and other key moments in her long, impressive career
In 1940, 'Gone With the Wind' swept the Academy Awards. Now, 75 years later, Olivia de Havilland, the film's last surviving star, talks about losing to Hattie McDaniel, swooning for Errol Flynn, and vowing, at 98, to live at least a century.