I love when I find things. I had no idea that Sir Laurence Olivier's first Shakespearean role was Orlando in As You Like It. I think there's probably a debate about that claim - do we mean his first filmed role? - but either way, thanks Amazon!
I absolutely love some of the perspective that time brings (this being 1937!):
* Sir Laurence is listed as nothing more than "with Laurence Olivier", among others. Not even a starring role.
* The "treatment suggested by" J. M. Barrie, author of Peter Pan. Barrie died in 1937, so I'm not sure whether this movie came out while he was still alive or if that credit was in honor of his contribution.
Unfortunately, the 2 minute free preview is all credits, we don't get to see Olivier at all. I think I'll probably rent this, I'm just going to avoid it for now because I'm at work and if I do hit the button I won't be able to stop myself from watching it at my desk :).