Jun 29, 2013
1939 was the dawn of a whole new generation of films that stretched the boundries of film. At MGM, two projects would change the world forever. The first took audiences to the fantasy world of Oz. The second, overseen by legendary producer David O. Selznick, would become one of the largest epics of all time: Grounded by superstars Vivian Leigh and Clark Gable, audiences were returned to the Deep South on the cusp of Civil War as one woman witnessed the passing of time and tradition while fighting for love and survival. But does the film deserve it's old glory or will it leave audiences whistlin' Dixie? Eric, Kent, & Lobster discuss the much lauded classic Gone with the Wind.
Show Notes: You can read Kevin Thomas' review of the film here.
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