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de Havilland

Sir Geoffrey. 1882--1965, British aircraft designer. He produced many military aircraft and the first jet airliners
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Miss de Havilland was not asked by FX for permission to use her name and identity and was not compensated for such use," her attorneys said in a statement to the Los Angeles Times in June.
com/thr-esq/olivia-de-havilland-sues-fx-feud-portrayal-1018306) The Hollywood Reporter , de Havilland is the only living person portrayed in the show by Catherine Zeta-Jones.
She was also responsible for the 1944 De Havilland Law that ended studios' tight grip on contract actors.
The de Havilland company had been founded by Sir Geoffrey de Havilland in 1920 and continued as an independent business until 1960 when it became part of Hawker Siddeley.
For the nostalgia buffs there are even a couple more models from the de Havilland era on the Broughton site.
The British-American actress Olivia de Havilland was born on July 1, 1916.
Caption: A refurbished de Havilland Mosquito at the Wings Over Wairarapa Airshow in New Zealand.
Visitors can also enjoy pleasure flights above the Warwickshire countryside in various historic planes, including a Percival Prentice or a de Havilland Rapide, Chipmunk or Dove.
The Terry de Havilland design studio will remain in London, but his online sales and commercial office will now be based in Newcastle.
He said her reluctance to divulge much of her past stemmed from her bitter feud with her older sister, fellow Oscar-winning actress Olivia de Havilland, who now lives in Paris aged 97.
Actress won an Oscar for "Suspicion"; feuded wtih sister Olivia de Havilland for decades
Oscar-winning actress Joan Fontaine, one of the last of the leading ladies from Hollywood's Golden Age whose career was marked by a storied and bitter rivalry with her older sister, Olivia de Havilland, died on Sunday at age 96.