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Director Sam Wood, Victor Fleming Starring: Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable
Features:
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  • Dubbed
    Theatrical-Release: 15 December, 1939
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    Gone With The Wind

    “its a girly movie, but still, i really liked it!...”

    Written on: 19/05/2010 by kitty mk (55 reviews written)

    its a girly movie, but still, i really liked it! there's so much hype about this i was really reluctant to see it, but the story does draw you in. really good ending too. not you average happy days ending, so it had depth… Read Full Review

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    Gone With The Wind

    “For me this story was about a very strong woman, I...”

    Written on: 25/03/2008

    For me this story was about a very strong woman, I loved Scarlett and didn't think she was a spoilt brat, she was only young at the start of the book. She was selfish - but aren't most people deep down. She is my heroine and a survivor. She came from privileged stock but was practical and strong when she had to be and learnt from life, changing with the times. I couldn't put the book down - loved it… Read Full Review

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    Gone With The Wind

    “This film is ace it may be old but no matter how many...”

    Written on: 27/12/2007 by gabbyco (1 review written)

    This film is ace it may be old but no matter how many times it appears and as I get older this film just sweeps me off my feet… Read Full Review

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    Gone With The Wind

    “They used to show this on TV in the U.S. every year in...”

    Written on: 07/12/2006 by Money Money Money (1 review written)

    They used to show this on TV in the U.S. every year in two parts - because it's so long! It's one of the most famous films of all time, adapted from Margaret Mitchell's novel about the effects of the Civil War on the South. Scarlett O'Hara, one of film's most famous heroines, is a Southern belle, daughter of an Irishman who owns a plantation in Georgia, who is in love with the dashing Ashley Wilkes, who is about to go off to war for the Confederacy. Ashley marries the quiet and frail Melanie… Read Full Review

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