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'Gone with the Wind' screens at Stanford Theatre

Saratoga-raised actress Olivia de Havilland, one of the few surviving stars from Hollywood's Golden Age, turns 100 on July 1.

To celebrate, The Stanford Theatre has been screening a selection of her best films, ending with a week-long showing of "Gone With the Wind," the classic 1939 epic in which de Havilland plays Scarlett O'Hara's frenemy, the saintly Melanie.

The movie will play Friday-Sunday at 7:30 p.m, plus at 2 p.m. on weekends, July 1-8.

The theater is located at 221 University Ave. and tickets are $7/$5 for youth and seniors.

Go to stanfordtheatre.org.

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