Another Battle Royale and another tight race from beginning to end. This time we pitted a pair of long-estranged Hollywood sisters against each other in an all-out death cage match. Okay, at 96 and 94 respectively, Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine may be a bit past the cage match age (because, as I am sure you are well aware of, these two were once very adroit cage match fighters), but here they are anyway. In fact this is the first of our Battle Royales where we have living opponents. But I digress. The question here is not who is battling, but who came out the victor once all the proverbial smoke did all its equally proverbial clearing. Was it Olivia, the woman who shared the screen multiple times with Errol Flynn and who put Clark Gable in his place, or was it Joan, the woman who would woo Charles Boyer and Orson Welles with her feminine wiles, and who gave Hitchcock his first great leading lady? Well, oh curious readers, with 28 votes cast, our winner, by a score of 15 to 13, or 51% to 49% for the statistical-minded among you, is baby sis Joan Fontaine. Even though she won my vote as well (but only by a narrow margin), it did kind of surprise me to see Fontaine take down her sister. De Havilland may have won two Oscars to Fontaine's one, but here, in what is obviously the ultimate battle, the poor little girl who was forced to change her last name (by their mother's request/demand), brings it all home. There it is folks. So be it.