Nancy Olson in today's Los Angeles Times.
Olson has always struck me as refreshingly down to earth, whether in personal interviews or in her screen appearances. She's had a most interesting life, including appearing in SUNSET BOULEVARD (1950) and Disney films, most notably the classic POLLYANNA (1960).
Off the screen she was married to Alan Jay Lerner (MY FAIR LADY is dedicated to her) and later to Capitol Records President Alan Livingston.
Olson movies reviewed here in the past include UNION STATION (1950), SUBMARINE COMMAND (1951), BIG JIM MCLAIN (1952), and AIRPORT 1975 (1974).