1951. After ten years the great Laurence Olivier returns on the silver screen | Screenland Magazine


AFTER ten years Laurence Olivier returns to Hollywood to make a film, "Carrie," based on a novel by Theodore Dreiser. In this decade he has crossed that invisible line which divides the very good actor from the great actor—a fact demonstrated to American audiences by his performances in "Henry V," "Hamlet" and his Broadway appearance with England's Old Vic Company. "Carrie" is a Paramount picture and also stars Jennifer Jones.