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File:Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier disembarking plane, Brisbane 1948.jpg

Description Sir Laurence Olivier and Lady Olivier ( Vivien Leigh) smile at he waiting crowd as they step from the plane at Archerfield Aerodrome. They were enroute to Surfers Paradise. The Oliviers had flown from Hobart where they were touring with the Old Vic Company. (Information taken from the Courier Mail, 21 June 1948, p.1)
Date 20 June 1948
Source John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland
Author Item is held by John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland, copied and digitised from an image appearing in The Courier Mail, 21 June 1948, p 1.
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