Gone with the Wind 80th Anniversary

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Release Date: February 28, 2019

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Winner of eight Academy Awards® (plus two special achievement Oscars) Celebrate the 80th Anniversary of one of the most celebrated motion pictures of all-time, Gone With the Wind!Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland and Hattie McDaniel star in this classic epic of the American South.

On the eve of the American Civil War, rich, beautiful and self-centered Scarlett O'Hara (Leigh, in her Oscar-winning role) has everything she could want - except Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard).But as the war devastates the South, Scarlett discovers the strength within herself to protect her family and rebuild her life.

Through everything, she longs for Ashley, seemingly unaware that she is already married to the man she really loves (Gable) - and who truly loves her - until she finally drives him away. Only then does Scarlett realize what she has lost...and decidesto win him back

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  • 5 stars "This movie is AMAZING! and "frankly my dears I don't give a damn" if you don't think so. I have watched this movie too many times to count. I hope I get the opportunity to see it in the theater this time for it's 80th Anniversary. I also hope that Oliva De Haviland "Miss Mellie" will have a chance to see it again too."
  • 5 stars "Five stars are not enough stars for this movie. By all means go see this movie in a theatre and then read the book. That’s my order that I’m suggesting. For me, seeing a movie based on a novel prior to reading it gives me an image of what the characters look. And if you are in Alabama in August, to truly get an authentic and aesthetically fulfilling experience go see Gone With Wind again. The Alabama Theatre in Birmingham, Alabama is where Gone Witth The Wind first played in Alabama when it was released in 1939. Some people see GWTW as a romantic “chick flick.” It may be my psychology and clinical counselor degrees that forse me to see the people as broken people, adapting to a new way of living. If we look further than the end of our nose to see how the leading characters evolve and grow as a person."
  • 5 stars "I've been I. Love with Scarlett and Rhett since I could talk. I recommend this to everyone I know."
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