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  • 74th Anniversary of ‘Gone with the Wind’ premiere

    12/15/2013 6:36:59 AM PST · by BigReb555 · 30 replies
    Canda Free Press ^ | December 15, 2013 | Calvin E. Johnson, Jr.
    “There was a land of Cavaliers and Cotton Fields called the Old South. Here in this pretty world, Gallantry took its last bow. Here was the last ever to be seen of Knights and their Ladies Fair, of Master and of Slave. Look for it only in books, for it is no more than a dream remembered, a Civilization gone with the wind.”
  • 73rd Anniversary of “Gone with the Wind” premiere

    12/14/2012 3:43:54 PM PST · by BigReb555 · 43 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | December 14, 2012 | Calvin E. Johnson, Jr.
    "There was a land of Cavaliers and Cotton Fields called the Old South. Here in this pretty world, Gallantry took its last bow. Here was the last ever to be seen of Knights and their Ladies Fair, of Master and of Slave. Look for it only in books, for it is no more than a dream remembered, a Civilization gone with the wind."
  • 73rd Anniversary of “Gone with the Wind” Premiere nears

    11/27/2012 2:16:28 PM PST · by BigReb555 · 101 replies
    Huntington News ^ | November 26, 2012 | Calvin E. Johnson, Jr.
    “News that Ann Rutherford, who played Scarlett O’Hara’s little sister, died Monday brought tears to the eyes of Connie Sutherland, director of Marietta Gone with the Wind Museum”—June 13, 2012 the Marietta Daily Journal, Marietta, Georgia.
  • 71st Anniversary of Gone With The Wind

    12/15/2010 4:32:51 PM PST · by BigReb555 · 30 replies · 3+ views
    Canada Free Press ^ | December 14, 2010 | Calvin E. Johnson, Jr.
    Gone with the Wind premiered during the Christmas Season of 1939.
  • Gone With The Wind (column by George Will)

    06/25/2006 9:55:57 AM PDT · by EveningStar · 188 replies · 3,591+ views
    Townhall.com ^ | June 25, 2006 | George Will
    Confined to her bed in Atlanta by a broken ankle and arthritis, she was given a stack of blank paper by her husband, who said, "Write a book." Did she ever. The novel's first title became its last words, "Tomorrow is another day," and at first she named the protagonist Pansy. But Pansy became Scarlett, and the title of the book published 70 years ago this week became "Gone With the Wind." You might think that John Steinbeck, not Margaret Mitchell, was the emblematic novelist of the 1930s, and that the publishing event in American fiction in that difficult decade...