Of the hundreds of movie stars who flourished during the 1940s, the constantly feuding sisters, Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine outlived their contemporaries and jointly survived as the last remaining superstars of Hollywood's Golden Age. Their war with each other endured nine decades as the stunningly beautiful sisters vied for the same roles, the same Oscar awards and the same men. This gripping biography is more than just the untold story of a sibling feud: it encompasses insights into a sweeping but vanished era.
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