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Monday, May 9, 2011

Gone with the Wind (Part2)

In September 1939  Selznick was asked by the press of his feelings about the film, he replied " At noon I think it's divine, at midnight I think it's lousy. Sometimes I think it's the greatest picture ever made. But if it's only a great picture, I'll still be satisfied."  The film turned out to be one of the greatest, hopefully Selznick was more than satisfied.

Author Margaret Mitchell at her desk
Selznick at the set
Clark Gable, Margaret Mitchell, Vivien Leigh
Gable, Leigh and others on the set
Gable, Leigh, Selznick
Selznick, Fleming, Leigh, Gable on the set
A page from the premiere program
Vivien Leigh and Olivia de Havilland arrive in Atlanta
Gable and wife Carol Lombard arrive in Atlanta 
Night of premiere 
Governor Ed Rivers, rides with Selznick, Leigh, financier Whitney
Gable and Lombard in the parade
At the Atlanta premiere
Crowds to see the stars

Credits: Access Atlanta, hooked on houses, wikipedia

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