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Anyone for Seconds?

On Thursday, June 22, 1939, Gone With the Wind’s action took cast and crew to a soundstage replica of a New Orleans café. There, a chorus line of can-can dancers kicked up their heels and rustled their skirts with gusto … Continue reading

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Scarlett’s Gowns in Gone With the Wind

On March 13, 1939, David O. Selznick wrote a memo to Production Manager Raymond A. Klune concerning the dramatic use of colors in  Gone With the Wind‘s costumes. The producer impressed upon Klune that the costumes should symbolize “the changing fortunes” of … Continue reading

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Gone With the Wind’s 75th Anniversary: Scarlett and Charles Tie the Knot

On March 3, 1939, Victor Fleming directed the “Wedding Reception of Scarlett and Charles Hamilton.” Scarlett, in her mother’s wedding gown and veil, and her new husband, in his troop’s uniform, receive congratulations from the guests attending their wedding reception. Those guests no doubt understood … Continue reading

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