First teaming with Laurence Olivier in stage production, "Golden Arrow"
Last of five successive appearances on boxoffice poll; placed 7th
Last theatrical production (as co-producer) "On Golden Pond"
Moved to London at age one after death of father
Began producing stage plays with Arthur Cantor
Film debut, "Goodbye Mr. Chips"; earned first Oscar nomination
First co-starring appearance opposite Walter Pidgeon, "Blossoms in the Dust"
Last starring film under MGM contract, "Strange Lady in Town"
Signed contract with MGM
Stage debut with Birmingham Repertory Theatre in "Street Scene"
Starred as "Mrs. Miniver"; won Oscar as Best Actress
Starred with Olivier in "Pride and Prejudice"
Underwent quadruple-bypass surgery
Acted in "The Singing Nun" after another six-year absence from the screen
Final TV acting role, Aunt March in NBC miniseries "Little Women"
First made the annual exhibitors poll of top ten boxoffice stars; placed 9th
Made Broadway debut in title role of "Auntie Mame" (replacing Rosalind Russell)
Returned to films after a six-year absence, as Eleanor Roosevelt in "Sunrise at Campobello"
Began making appearances on TV in such productions as "Reunion in Vienna" and "The Little Foxes"
Final feature film acting role in "The Happiest Millionaire"
Last co-starring vehicle opposite Walter Pidgeon, "Scandal at Scourie"
London stage debut Regent's Park Open Theatre
Suffered heart attack