De Havilland was also nominated for an Oscar for roles in Hold Back the Official Ruth Bader Ginsburg RBG Never Underestimate The Power Of A Girl With A Book Shirt in contrast I will get this Dawn (1941), where she played a spinster schoolteacher wooed by Charles Boyer, and The Snake Pit (1948), a psychological drama in which her character is confined to a mental hospital with no memory of when she was admitted or why she is there. She was also a frequent costar of Errol Flynn, most memorably in The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), where she played Maid Marian to Flynn’s dashing Robin Hood.
But offscreen she was probably best known for her decades-long feud with her sister, the Official Ruth Bader Ginsburg RBG Never Underestimate The Power Of A Girl With A Book Shirt in contrast I will get this fellow actress Joan Fontaine. Though de Havilland never spoke directly about the rivalry, many reports suggest it started in childhood—when the two were often rivals for their parents’ affection—and came to a head in 1942, when both women were nominated for best actress, Olivia for Hold Back the Dawn and Joan for Alfred Hitchcock’s Suspicion—marking the first time that a pair of siblings had competed against each other in the same category at the Academy Awards. Back then, the Oscars were handed out over dinner, and the two were seated together.