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GONE WITH THE WIND1939

Gone With the Wind

Gone With the Wind
© MCMXXXIX by Selznick International Pictures, Inc

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Source of Film

SOURCE OF FILM

Gone with the Wind (1936)

Mitchell only wrote one novel and it became an immediate best-seller.   It was published in 1936 and by the next year Mitchell received a National Book Award and Pulitzer Prize for Fiction.

She was struck by a speeding car while crossing a street in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia in 1949 and died five days later.

Producer Detail

PRODUCER DETAIL

David O. Selznick

Director Detail

DIRECTOR DETAIL

Victor Fleming (c1925)

Film Run-time and Synopsis

RUNTIME & SYNOPSIS

3 hours, 58 minutes

A gambling rogue pursues a high-strung plantation owner’s daughter during the U.S. Civil War era.

Film Awards

FILM AWARDS

MPAA Rating

MPAA RATING

No rating

Box Office Ranking

BOX OFFICE RANKING

  • 1939 Domestic Box Office Rank: #1U.S. flag

Theatrical Revenues

GROSS

  • (Adjusted Gross in $millions)
  • Domestic Theatrical Release:  $3.2bU.S. flag

Original Film Distributor

DISTRIBUTOR

Location Filming

LOCATIONS

Film Run-time and Synopsis

RUNTIME & SYNOPSIS

3 hours, 58 minutes

A gambling rogue pursues a high-strung plantation owner’s daughter during the U.S. Civil War era.

Film Awards

FILM AWARDS

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

OSCAR NOMINEE
WINNER

MPAA Rating

MPAA RATING

No rating

Box Office Ranking

BOX OFFICE RANKING

  • 1939 Domestic Box Office Rank: #1U.S. flag

Theatrical Revenues

GROSS

  • (Adjusted Gross in $millions)
  • Domestic Theatrical Release:  $3.2bU.S. flag

Original Film Distributor

DISTRIBUTOR

Location Filming

LOCATIONS