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Selznick's Vision: Gone with the Wind and Hollywood Filmmaking (Texas Film and Media Studies)

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Gone with the Wind, arguably the most popular movie ever made, has generated interest in every aspect of its production, from the national talent search to cast the perfect Scarlett O'Hara to the "burning of Atlanta" on the studio backlot, which inaugurated the filming. Yet one crucial aspect of its production has never been fully understood or appreciated - the vital shap ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 1st 1997 by University of Texas Press
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