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Gone With The Wind (1939) trailer

a story of Old South, a story of love, a story of a woman, a story a civilization gone with the wind
produced in 1939, starred by starred by Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara (the oldest living child of Gerald and Ellen O'Hara), Clark Gable as Rhett Butler ("Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn."), Olivia de Havilland as Melanie Hamilton (Scarlett O'Hara's sister-in-law and eventually her best friend), Leslie Howard as Ashley Wilkes; produced by David O Selznick; directed by Victor Fleming; screenplay by Sidney Howard adapted from Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel; 2nd movie on American Film Institute's 100 Passions of all time list; the film is considered one of the greatest and most popular movies of all time and one of the most enduring symbols of the golden age of Hollywood. First color film to win the Best Picture Oscar. Half a million feet of film were shot. There are more than 50 speaking roles and 2,400 extras in the Gone With The Wind (1939) film. For the premiere in Atlanta in December 15, 1939, the governor declared a state holiday. One month after the book was published, David O. Selznick purchased the movie rights from Margaret Mitchell for an unprecedented $50,000.