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Gone with the Wind
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Gone with the Wind 1939

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Based on the book by Margaret Mitchell, the movie follows the life of a spoiled brat Southern daughter whose world gets shook upside down by the Civil War.

Release Date:December 27th, 1939
Running Time:238 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsVictor Fleming
Written By:
No image existsSidney Howard
No image existsClark Gable
No image existsVivien Leigh
No image existsLeslie Howard
Olivia de HavillandOlivia de Havilland
No image existsThomas Mitchell
No image existsBarbara O'Neil
No image existsEvelyn Keyes
No image existsAnn Rutherford
George ReevesGeorge Reeves
No image existsHattie McDaniel
No image existsButterfly McQueen
No image existsVictor Jory

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Gone with the Wind Movie Review by Derringer (11/5/2008)

As I seem to keep hearing, time and again, from the so-called 'real' movie connoisseurs who are out there, everywhere in the world...(till I'm sick of hearing it)....Is that GONE WITH THE WIND (GWTW) is, without question, one of the absolute, all-time, greatest movies ever-ever made...Well, I say - Oh, really!!??...I...

(complete Gone with the Wind review by Derringer)

Gone with the Wind Movie Review by Jarrod (5/31/2008)

'Gone with the Wind' is probably the most famous of all American films, and it is indeed one of the great epics of American cinema, and one of its most enduring romances. Adapted from Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer-Prize winning novel, 'Gone with the Wind' essentially mourns the defeat of the Confederacy in the Civil War,...

(complete Gone with the Wind review by Jarrod)

Gone with the Wind Movie Review by BillyBob (3/21/2008)

At the time of its release in 1939 GONE WITH THE WIND (or, GWTW for short) was, without a doubt, the most highly publicized movie-event of the decade. And, I also believe that it was the most expensive movie-production to date.

The ridiculous publicity frenzy for GWTW was initiated by MGM's Movie-Hype Dept.. It began...

(complete Gone with the Wind review by BillyBob)

Gone with the Wind Movie Review by Filmkiller (8/31/2007)

I'm not going to spend too much time on this because after watching Gone With the Wind I now have little time left or purpose to live.

Here's the short version of Wind: Spoiled brat Scarlet O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) uses her "fiddily-dee" cuteness to get whatever she wants from whoever she wants whenever she wants save one...

(complete Gone with the Wind review by Filmkiller)

Gone with the Wind Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (3/11/2007)

The epic to define all movie epics for ages to come.

This is the story of a rich woman torn apart by circumstance. It is the story of the South torn apart by war. It is the story of impossible, unpredictable love. It is the story of conquering adversity.

This film is one of the best of all time. It stands above most...

(complete Gone with the Wind review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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