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Article by Persephone713 posted over a year ago
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Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara had a whirlwind romance and I like many believe they truly were in love with each-other ( always&forever) and the only ones for one another. Rhett said " I knew you were the one ( only woman) for me since I first laid eyes on you at Twelve Oaks" - and even before that on the road to Tara together he confessed that he loved her and that they belong together both of them being so much alike. Which is so true. Scarlett didn't marry her first two husbands out of love, she married one out of jealousy the other for money. Rhett is her true love and as she says at the end " I do love you Rhett I was just too stupid before not to realize I do" (paraphrased). She had a stupid southern-belle school girl crush on Ashley Wilkes and ONLY THOUGHT she loved him. But she didn't love him truly and he didn't love her back. That is the tragedy of the movie- by the time she realizes she is deeply in love with Rhett like she too had been since she danced with him at the Atlanta Bazaar ( In my opinion) - he was so depressed from their daughter Bonnie dying and Melanie Wilkes dying that he needed to get away - In my opinion for a awhile. I do believe that they found...
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Opinion by towertheatre posted over a year ago
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This wildly funny and engaging tale illuminates the behind-the-scenes business of movie-making during the golden age of Hollywood. Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production of his new epic, Gone with the Wind, a film adaptation of Margaret Mitchell's novel.

He sends a car for screenwriter Ben Hecht and pulls director Victor Fleming from the set of The Wizard of Oz. Subsisting on a diet of bananas and peanuts, the three men spend five days, locked in Selznick's office, crafting a screenplay that will become the blueprint for one of the most successful films of all time!

Frankly my Dear, this is one hell of a funny play!

Performances at Upstairs at The Gatehouse, Highgate London N6, Tues March 6th to Saturday March 10, 7,30, matinee Sat 4pm. Box Office 0208 340 3488
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Article by TCAS posted over a year ago
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The Collaborative Act Studio at The Ritz Theatre present; MOONLIGHT and MAGNOLIAS:

1939 Hollywood is abuzz.

Legendary producer David O. Selznick has shut down production of Gone with the Wind. The screenplay, you see, just doesn’t work. So,what’s an all-powerful movie mogul to do? Selznick sends for screenwriter Ben Hecht and pulls director Victor Fleming from the set of The Wizard of Oz. Locking the doors, pulling the shades, and on a diet of bananas and peanuts, the three men labor over five days, acting out the characters to the screenplay that will become the blueprint for one of the most successful and beloved films of all time.

You have never see Scarlett O'Hara quite like this.

Come see the behind the scenes play about the writing of Gone with the Wind June 2-19, 2011.

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Article by museums posted over a year ago
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Richmond's historic movie palace, The Byrd Theatre will be hosting Civil War Cinema on November 2nd, 2008. If you are a chocolate lover, history buff, or Gone with the Wind fan this event is perfect for you!

Civil War Cinema is an event benefitting The Museum of the Confederacy and
The Byrd Theatre Foundation.
This unique movie event will begin at 1pm with a Champagne & Chocolate reception followed by a lecture on the Civil War in cinema by entertaining author & renowned professor Brian Wills at 2pm and at 3pm the showing of the great American classic, Gone with the Wind.

Tickets are $25 or $15 with a student ID and can be purchased in advance at Plan 9 Record Store or The Museum of the Confederacy.
For more information log onto
www.moc.org & www.byrdtheatre.com

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