Main title from Gone with the Wind (1939) (4)

Gone with the Wind


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| Film | USA | Colour | Drama, History, Romance, War | 3h 58min |
| Stars: Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard | Directors: Victor Fleming, George Cukor

An egotistic Southern girl survives the Civil War but finally loses the only man she cares for

The most magnificent picture ever!


Clark Gable
Rhett Butler – Visitor from Charleston
Screenshot from Gone with the Wind (1939) (1) featuring Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara
Scarlett – Their Daughter
Leslie Howard
Ashley – His Son
Olivia de Havilland
Melanie Hamilton – Their Cousin
Thomas Mitchell
Gerald O’Hara
Barbara O’Neil
Ellen – His Wife
Evelyn Keyes
Suellen – Their Daughter
Ann Rutherford
Carreen – Their Daughter
George Reeves
Stuart Tarleton – Scarlett’s Beau
Fred Crane
Brent Tarleton – Scarlett’s Beau
Hattie McDaniel
Mammy – House Servant
Oscar Polk
Pork – House Servant
Everett Brown
Big Sam – Field Foreman
Butterfly McQueen
Prissy – House Servant
Howard Hickman
John Wilkes
Victor Jory
Jonas Wilkerson – Field Overseer
Alicia Rhett
India – His Daughter
Rand Brooks
Charles Hamilton – Her Brother
Carroll Nye
Frank Kennedy – A Guest
Laura Hope Crews
Aunt ‘Pittypat’ Hamilton
Eddie ‘Rochester’ Anderson
Uncle Peter – Her Coachman
Harry Davenport
Dr Meade
Leona Roberts
Mrs Meade
Jane Darwell
Mrs Merriwether
Ona Munson
Belle Watling
Paul Hurst
Yankee Deserter
Isabel Jewell
Emmy Slattery
Cammie King Conlon
Bonnie Blue Butler
Eric Linden
Amputation Case
J M Kerrigan
Johnny Gallagher
Ward Bond
Tom – Yankee Capt
Jackie Moran
Phil Meade
Cliff Edwards
Reminiscent Soldier
Lillian Kemble-Cooper
Bonnie’s Nurse in London
Yakima Canutt
Marcella Martin
Cathleen Calvert
Louis Jean Heydt
Hungry Soldier Holding Beau Wilkes
Mickey Kuhn
Beau Wilkes
Olin Howland
A Carpetbagger Businessman
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The only film in history that could be profitably revived for forty years: ‘still pure gold’, said the Daily Mirror in 1975. Whole books have been written about it; its essential appeal is that of a romantic story with strong characters and impeccable production. (Halliwell’s)


Screenshot from Gone with the Wind (1939) (1) featuring Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara
Main title from Gone with the Wind (1939) (4)
Main title from Gone with the Wind (1939) (3). Margaret Mitchell’s story of the old South
Main title from Gone with the Wind (1939) (2). Selznick International in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer has the honor to present its Technicolour production of


Victor Fleming
George Cukor
Sidney Howard
Writer (screenplay)
Margaret Mitchell
Writer (story of the old south ‘Gone with the Wind’)


Gone with the Wind (1939) opening credits (2)
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Production company
Gone with the Wind (1939) opening credits (2)
Selznick International Pictures
Production company
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)
Distribution company