vertical_align_top
Gone with the Wind

Gone with the Wind (1939) (Movie)

EDIT
Gone with the Wind (1939) Official Trailer - Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh Movie HD · shared by sandrita0210 · 10w
edit
 
Please login to post content on this page.
  • 1 week ago
    Films shot at Culver Studios
    List, 7 members
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • add_box
    Please be the first person to add a timeline event for this topic!

    Quotes 59

    add_box
    format_quote
    edit

    Trivia 119

    add_box
    stars  In 1994, Judy Lewis went public with the information that she is indeed the love child of Clark Gable and Loretta Young, which had been the subject of speculation in Hollywood for years. (Loretta Young always claimed she went away for a while, found the girl, and adopted her.) Thus, in an interesting coincidence, Clark Gable's real life daughter Judy Lewis is a close friend of Gable's on-screen daughter in this film, Cammie King (Bonnie Blue Butler).
    edit
    stars  The scene where Scarlett makes a dress out of a curtain later was later spoofed on "The Carol Burnett Show" (1967) in what became one of the most memorable comedy bits in TV history. Carol Burnett as "Starlet" O'Hara wears the curtains with the rod still in them. Harvey Korman as "Rat" Butler says: "Starlet, that gown is lovely", to which she responds: "Thank you. I just saw it in the window and couldn't resist it!"
    edit
    stars  Fred Crane's first filmed acting role. He spoke the first line in the movie.
    edit
    stars  Although he played Brent Tarleton in the film, the screen credits mistakenly list Fred Crane as playing Stuart Tarleton.
    edit
    stars  While still in production, Selznick wanted to evaluate an audience's response to the film. Months before the official gala premiere, the movie was given an unannounced ("sneak") preview screening in a small theater in Riverside outside Los Angeles. The theater was scheduled to show Beau Geste (1939). At this time, many elements of the film were still unfinished, including the opening titles and musical scoring by Max Steiner. For this sneak preview, the studio quickly filmed a "makeshift" opening title sequence. These opening credits, still surviving today, show a woman's hand turning the pages of a large book with colorful drawings of Southern scenes accompanied by printed text of the opening credits, accompanied by the opening title music from David O. Selznick's own production of The Prisoner of Zenda (1937) (music by Alfred Newman).
    edit
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
  • richardrodg.. posted a photo
    3 weeks ago
    Gone with the Wind @GonewiththeWind
    Press Enter to post.
Release Date 15 December 1939
Budget $4,000,000 USD
US Box Office $199,000,000 USD
Tagline Now in 70mm. wide screen and full stereophonic sound! [reissue]
For the thousands who remember its unparalleled drama, action and romance! For the new thousands to whom the wonders will be revealed for the first time! Breathtaking spectacle, inspired acting by the greatest cast ever assembled! The screen's most exciting love story! The most-talked about picture ever made! [reissue]
Genre Drama
Romance
War
view all »
pencil

Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epic historical romance film adapted from the 1936 novel by Margaret Mitchell. The film was produced by David O. Selznick of Selznick International Pictures and directed by Victor Fleming. Set in the American South against the backdrop of the American Civil War and the Reconstruction era, the film tells the story of Scarlett O'Hara, the strong-willed daughter of a Georgia plantation owner. It follows her romantic pursuit of Ashley Wilkes, who is married to his cousin, Melanie Hamilton, and her subsequent marriage to Rhett Butler. The leading roles are played by Vivien Leigh (Scarlett), Clark Gable (Rhett), Leslie Howard (Ashley), and Olivia de Havilland (Melanie).

View More
Desktop | Mobile
Terms of Use · Copyright · Privacy
© 2006-24, FamousFix · loaded in 0.29s