Gone with the wind [videorecording] / a Selznick International Picture, Selznick International in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has the honor to present its Technicolor production of Margaret Mitchell's story of the Old South
DVDs | Warner Home Video | c2004 | Collector's ed. ; special ed. ; standard version.
Available at Adult DVD-Feature Film (Call number: DVD G pt.1-4 DRAMA (NFR))
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Burbank, Calif. : Warner Home Video, c2004.
Collector's ed. ; special ed. ; standard version.
4 videodiscs (235 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
DVD; Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.
Includes English and dubbed French language soundtracks, with optional subtitles in English, French or Spanish.
Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Thomas Mitchell, Barbara O'Neill, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Rutherford, Hattie McDaniel, Butterfly McQueen, Carroll Nye, Laura Hope Crews, Ona Munson.
Producer, David O. Selznick ; screenplay, Sidney Howard ; director, Victor Fleming ; director of photography, Ernest Haller ; art director, Lyle Wheeler ; editor, Hal C. Kern ; music score, Max Steiner.
Originally released as a motion picture in 1939.
Based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell.
Academy Awards, USA, 1940: Oscar - Best Actress in a Leading Role (Vivien Leigh); Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Hattie McDaniel); Best Art Direction (Lyle R. Wheeler); Best Cinematography, Color (Ernest Haller, Ray Rennahan); Best Director (Victor Fleming); Best Film Editing (Hal C. Kern, James E. Newcom); Best Picture (David O. Selznick); Best Writing, Screenplay (Sidney Howard); Technical Achievement Award (Don Musgrave - For pioneering in the use of coordinated equipment in the production Gone with the Wind).
National Film Registry.
MPAA rating: G.
An epic story of the South's fight to maintain it's way of life during the Civil War years. It starts out as Scarlett O'Hara and her family are amongst the ladies and "chivalrous" gentlemen at the Twelve Oaks Plantation's ball before the Civil War begins. How Scarlett's love for one man keeps her from seeing the love that another man truly has for her. As the South finally crumbles down around her, Scarlett devises a way to overcome starvation in order save herself and her family.
Special features: commentaries ; documentary on the making of the film ; the restoration process ; newsreels, foreing language versions sample scenes ; historical short film The Old South ; trailers ; reflections by Olivia de Havilland ; profiles.
MW, 11-06; 10-08(add); AMZ, 12-11(rpl); 7-12(rpl)
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