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Gone with the Wind (film)

  • Type: Film
  • Length: 221 minutes



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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1938/12/10 Principle photography begins on "Gone With the Wind" with the burning of Atlanta scene. The part of Scarlet O'Hara has yet to be cast.
1939/01/00 F Scott Fitzgerald Work F Scott Fitzgerald works briefly on Gone With the Wind
1939/05/00 Clark Gable Actor "Gone With the Wind" producers rent Busch Gardens for a number of days to shoot the picnic scene. Busch Gardens Cultural Landscape Historic District Pasadena, CA
1939/06/27 Victor Fleming Director Director Victor Fleming shots the scene of Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara parting in "Gone With the Wind".
1939/09/09 John Hay Whitney Financier David Selznick, his wife Irene, investor John Whitney and film editor Hal Kern drive out to view a rough cut of "Gone with the Wind" at the Fox Theatre in Riverside, California. Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside Riverside, CA
1939/09/09 David O Selznick Producer David Selznick, his wife Irene, investor John Whitney and film editor Hal Kern drive out to view a rough cut of "Gone with the Wind" at the Fox Theatre in Riverside, California. Fox Performing Arts Center, Riverside Riverside, CA
1939/11/11 Principle photography on "Gone With the Wind" is completed. Post-production work will continue until 11 November 1939.
1939/12/15 Clark Gable Actor With reluctance, Clark Gable turns out for the "Gone with the Wind" premier in Atlanta. Gable tried to boycott the event, because Blacks are not allowed to attend. Black co-star Hattie McDaniel convinced him to attend. Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta, GA
1939/12/15 J P Morgan Jr Audience Member Celebrities attending the "Gone with the Wind" premier in Atlanta include the Vanderbilts, the Rockefellers, the Astors, J P Morgan, and all the Governors of what used to be the Confederacy. Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta, GA
1939/12/15 Victor Fleming Director The "Gone with the Wind" premier is held in Atlanta, Georgia. A Jim Crow city, Black people, including the cast, are not permitted at the segregated event. Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta, GA Gone with the Wind Premiere
1939/12/15 William Henry Jackson Technical Advisor The "Gone with the Wind" premier is held in Atlanta, Georgia. A Jim Crow city, Black people, including the cast, are not permitted at the segregated event. Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta, GA Gone with the Wind Premiere
1939/12/15 David O Selznick Producer The "Gone with the Wind" premier is held in Atlanta, Georgia. A Jim Crow city, Black people, including the cast, are not permitted at the segregated event. Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta, GA Gone with the Wind Premiere
1939/12/15 Martin Luther King Jr Singer Ebenezer Baptist Church Choir, an all-black boys choir directed by the Revend Martin Luther King Sr, sings at the premiere of Gone With The Wind. Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta, GA Gone with the Wind Premiere
1940/00/00 Gone With the Wind is shown at the New Orpheum Theatre New Orpheum Theatre Champaign
1961/04/26 David O Selznick Producer "Gone With the Wind" gala at the Loew's Grand Theater is attended by Produced by David O Selznick and stars of the film, including Vivien Leigh and Olivia de Havilland. Degive's Grand Opera House Atlanta, GA
1968/00/00 Gone With the Wind is shown at the New Orpheum Theatre New Orpheum Theatre Champaign
2017/08/25 Ending a 34-year-old tradition, the Orpheum announces that it will not show GWTW in the future because of the film's racial content. The Orpheum showed GWTW on August 11, the same night a white nationalist rally took place in Charlottesville, VA. Orpheum Theatre Memphis, TN

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Particulars for Gone with the Wind (film):
Narrative Arts Drama
Art Type Film
Narrative Arts Live Action
Narrative Arts Narrative an account of connected events
Narrative Arts Romance




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