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  • Amanda Leedham McGuire

    Gone With the Wind. Best movie ever!!

  • Ruth Bright Carroll

    'Gone With the Wind'. 1939 - Directed by Victor Flemming & George Cukor - Starring Vivien Leigh , Clark Gable & Olivia deHavilland - The gold standard for the modern blockbuster. Vivien Leigh was Scarlett O'Hara & Clark Cable was Rhett Butler. This film was the greatest cinematic achievement of the 20th Century - A technicolor Masterpiece!

  • Maria Key

    Gone with the Wind, 1939 starring Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh. Always got to think of my grandpa, this was his favorite movie.

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