Gone With the Wind


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Gone With the Wind

archetypal novel about the South. [Am. Lit.: Gone With the Wind]
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The $402 million taken in by "Gone with the Wind" after its 1939 release places it in a paltry 285th position in raw dollar terms.
Prior to joining the production, she was under contract with Warner Bros., whose boss only agreed to release her to Selznick when she persuaded him that appearing in Gone with the Wind would increase her box-office allure, and that this would be to Warner's advantage when she returned there.
She won two Oscars - one for Gone with the Wind and the other for her portrayal of Blanche DuBois in the 1951 film version of A Streetcar Named Desire.
The pose reminds of Raj Kapoor's Barsaat , which in turn was inspired by the iconic pose struck by the stars of Gone With The Wind .
Adams' book is filled with entertaining anecdotes about the films, filmmakers, and actors, including the heated arguments between Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh while filming Gone With the Wind, MGM's initial desire to have Shirley Temple play the role of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, and the disastrous premier of Mr.
One of the most relevant movies of Hollywood's golden age, Victor Fleming's 1939 war epic Gone with the Wind, has spawned countless TV specials, tourist attractions, and massive box office numbers.
1939: The premiere of Gone With The Wind took place in Georgia.
For instance, there's a chapter on Gone With The Wind, a great favorite of Conroy's mother.
That explains the evident pleasure surrounding a repeat showing of Gone With The Wind, an extraordinarily intricate and fragile-looking installation in one of the Laing Art Gallery's biggest rooms.
All this tempest in a teapot resulted in a letter from Ellen Brown, who is the author of "Margaret Mitchell's Gone with the Wind: A Bestseller's Odyssey from Atlanta to Hollywood."
ELERI LLOYD JONES I think that the old films and actors are much better than they are today, epic films such as Gone with the Wind and Spartacus which I have watched over and over with film actors such as Spencer Tracey, James Steward, Kirk Douglas, Clark Gable and the list goes on NERYS WILLIAMS I think that there are great actors over the age of 50 - such as Judi Dench, we still watch 'Bond' films, don't we?
When news emerged of Dettori's return last week, he had been inked in by the name of Jeremy Noseda's Gone With The Wind in the 32Red.com Maiden Stakes.