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||IMDB Rating: 8.2/10 from votes
||Release: 17 January 1940 (USA) /
||Genre: Drama, History, Romance
||Stars: Alicia Rhett, Ann Rutherford, Barbara O'Neil, Butterfly McQueen, Evelyn Keyes, Everett Brown, Fred Crane, George Reeves, Hattie McDaniel, Howard C. Hickman, Leslie Howard, Oscar Polk, Thomas Mitchell, Victor Jory, Vivien Leigh
||Synopsis: Scarlett is a woman who can deal with a nation at war, Atlanta burning, the Union Army carrying off everything from her beloved Tara, the carpetbaggers who arrive after the war. Scarlett is beautiful. She has vitality. But Ashley, the man she has wanted for so long, is going to marry his placid cousin, Melanie. Mammy warns Scarlett to behave herself at the party at Twelve Oaks. There is a new man there that day, the day the Civil War begins. Rhett Butler. Scarlett does not know he is in the room when she pleads with Ashley to choose her instead of Melanie. Written by Dale O'Connor [email protected]
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This film shows the best of the American cinema. Whether we like the
film, or not, one has to recognize the greatest achievement, perhaps,
of the creative talent of the people working in the movie industry.
"Gone with the Wind" represents a monumental leap, as well as a
departure, for the movies, as they were done prior to this film.
The vision of David O. Selznick, the power behind bringing Margaret
Mitchell's massive account about the South, before and after the Civil
War, pays handsomely with the film that Victor Fleming directed. This
movie will live forever because it reminds us of how this great nation
came into being, despite the different opinions from the two stubborn
factions in the war.
"Gone with the Wind" brought together the best people in Hollywood. The
end result is the stunning film that for about four hours keep us
interested in the story unfolding in the screen. Of course, credit must
be due to the director, Victor Fleming, and his vision, as well as the
adaptation by Sydney Howard, who gave the right tone to the film. The
gorgeous cinematography created by Ernest Haller gives us a vision of
the gentle South before the war, and the Phoenix raising from the ashes
of a burned Atlanta. The music of Max Steiner puts the right touch
behind all that is seen in the movie.
One can't conceive another Scarlett O'Hara played by no one, but Vivien
Leigh. Her beauty, her sense of timing, her intelligent approach to
this role, makes this a hallmark performance. Ms. Leigh was at the best
moment of her distinguished career and it shows. Scarlett goes from
riches to rags, back to riches again and in the process finds an inner
strength she didn't know she possessed. Her impossible love for Ashley
will consume her and will keep her away from returning the love to the
man that really loves her, Rhett.
The same thing applies to the Rhett Butler of Clark Gable. No one else
comes to mind for playing him with the passion he projects throughout
the movie. This is a man's man. Captain Butler was torn between his
loyalty to the cause of the South and his sense of decency. His love
for Scarlett, the woman he knows is in love with a dream, speaks
eloquently for itself.
The other two principals, Olivia de Havilland and Leslie Howard, give
performances that are amazing to watch. Ms. de Havilland's Melanie
Hamilton is perfect. Melanie is loyal to the woman that does everything
to undermine her marriage to Ashley. Mr. Howard's Ashley gives a
perfect balance to the man in love with his wife, while Scarlett keeps
The rest of the cast is too numerous to make justice to all the actors
one sees on the screen, but omitting the contribution of Hattie
McDaniel to the film would be sinful. Ms. McDaniel was such a natural
actress that she is excellent no matter in what movie she is playing.
This huge talent is a joy to watch.
Comments to this forum express their objections to the way the race
relations play in the movie, but being realistic, this movie speaks
about the not too distant past where all kinds of atrocities, such as
the slavery, were the norm of the land. While those things are
repugnant to acknowledge, in the film, they are kept at a minimum.
After all, this film is based on a book by one of the daughters of that
South, Margaret Mitchell, who is presenting the story as she saw it in
her mind, no doubt told to her from relatives that lived in that period
of a horrible page in the American history.
Enjoy this monumental classic in all its splendor.
Tags for Gone with the Wind Full Movie
, Ann Rutherford
, Barbara O'Neil
, Butterfly McQueen
, Evelyn Keyes
, Everett Brown
, Fred Crane
, George Reeves
, Hattie McDaniel
, Howard C. Hickman
, Leslie Howard
, Oscar Polk
, Thomas Mitchell
, Victor Jory
, Vivien Leigh
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