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Clark Gable
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Olivia de Havilland
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Vivien Leigh
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Turner Classic Movies
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Ted Turner
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Susan Hayward
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Gone with the Wind (film)

Knowledge Identifier: $Gone_with_the_Wind_(film)

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Gone with the Wind (film)

1939 American epic historical romance film adapted from Margaret Mitchell's Pulitzer-winning 1936 novel and produced by David O. Selznick, of Selznick International Pictures add

Category: Movies & TV

Launched in 1950.

Countries: United States (69%), (15%), United Kingdom (11%)

Main connections: Gone with the Wind, Clark Gable, Olivia de Havilland

Linked to: University of California Press, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Time, Mercer University Press

 

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1961

A 1961 release commemorated the centennial anniversary of the start of the Civil War, and included a gala "premiere" at the Loew's Grand Theater add something


1963

Howard Terpning - Other examples include "Cleopatra", "Doctor Zhivago", "The Sound of Music", "The Sand Pebbles", and the 1967 re-release of "Gone with the Wind"


1967

The 1967 reissue was unusual in that MGM opted to roadshow it, a decision that turned it into the most successful re-release in the history of the industry add something

 

Herschell Gordon Lewis - His next gore entry wouldn't come until 1967, with "A Taste of Blood", often referred to as the "Gone with the Wind" of Gore" due to its relatively lengthy running time of nearly two hours


1970

In revisiting the film in the 1970s, Arthur Schlesinger noted that Hollywood films generally age well, revealing an unexpected depth or integrity, but in the case of "Gone with the Wind" time has not treated it kindly add something


1971

There were further re-releases in 1971, 1974 and 1989; for the fiftieth anniversary reissue in 1989, it was given a complete audio and video restoration add something


1976

The film received its world television premiere on the HBO cable network on June 11, 1976, and played on the channel for a total of fourteen times throughout the rest of the month add something


1985

It debuted on videocassette in March 1985, where it placed second in the sales charts, and has since been released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc formats add something


1986

Turner Entertainment acquired the MGM film library in 1986, but the deal did not include the television rights to "Gone with the Wind", which were still held by & CBS. A deal was struck in which the rights were returned to Turner Entertainment and CBS's broadcast rights to "The Wizard of Oz" were extended add something


1988

Ted Turner - In 1988, he introduced Turner Network Television with "Gone with the Wind

 

TNT (TV channel) - Turner Network Television first launched on October 3, 1988, with a telecast of the 1939 classic movie "Gone with the Wind", to which TNT founder Ted Turner had acquired the rights


1990

In 1990, the United States Postal Service issued a stamp depicting Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh embracing in a scene from the film add something

 

The idea was revived in the 1990s, when a sequel was finally produced in 1994, in the form of a television miniseries add something


1991

Timothy Dalton - Instead, he played the villainous matinee idol-cum-Nazi spy Neville Sinclair in 1991's "The Rocketeer", and Rhett Butler in "Scarlett", the television miniseries sequel to "Gone with the Wind"


1996

Alfred Uhry - The second of the trilogy, "The Last Night of Ballyhoo" , is set in 1939 during the premiere of the film "Gone with the Wind"


1998

It was released theatrically one more time, in 1998 add something


2004

Olivia de Havilland - In 2004, Turner Classic Movies put together a retrospective piece called "Melanie Remembers" in which de Havilland was interviewed for the 65th anniversary of "Gone with the Wind"'s original release


2006

Vivien Leigh - In 2006, Olivia de Havilland responded to claims of Leigh's manic behaviour during filming "Gone with the Wind", published in a biography of Olivier


2012

In 2012, "Gone with the Wind" ranked 235th in the prestigious Sight & Sound decennial critics poll add something

 

As of June 2012, there are four surviving credited cast members from the film: Alicia Rhett, who played India Wilkes; Olivia de Havilland who played Melanie Wilkes; Mary Anderson, who played Maybelle Meriweather and Mickey Kuhn, who played Beau Wilkes add something


2013

In 2013, a 4K digital restoration was released in the United Kingdom to coincide with Vivien Leigh's centenary add something


2014

Following the death of Alicia Rhett in January, 2014, there are three surviving credited cast members from the film: Olivia de Havilland who played Melanie Wilkes; Mary Anderson, who played May belle Meriweather and Mickey Kuhn, who played Beau Wilkes add something


2017

Gone with the Wind - In 2017, "Gone with the Wind" was pulled from the schedule at the Orpheum Theatre in Memphis, Tennessee after a 34-year run due to its perceived racially "insensitive" content add something