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"Gone With The Wind"
1939 Movie

ballroom scene from "Gone With The Wind" [1939]           

synopsis & history

book & sequels

author Margaret Mitchell

the movie

poster gallery

links


Synopsis

           Days after the shelling of Fort Sumter (April 1861), the beginning of America's War Between The States, Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara learns that Ashley Wilkes, the man she loves, is going to marry a cousin from Atlanta. At a party next day at the Twelve Oaks plantation, Scarlett admits to Ashley that she loves him; he states that he loves her as well, but will still marry Melanie. Rhett Butler overhears the exchange; Scarlett tells him that he is no gentleman, he tells her that she is no lady. Word arrives that President Lincoln has called for troops, and the men race off to enlist for the Confederacy. On the rebound, Scarlett accepts a marriage proposal from Charles Hamilton; both couples are married within weeks, and the men go off to war.
           Scarlett and Melanie become friends. Charles dies at camp before seeing battle; widowhood and the subsequent birth of a son bring a tedious life, and Scarlett is glad to be sent to relatives in Atlanta. Scarlett and Melanie tend the wounded, and at a fund-raising bazaar, Rhett causes a scandal by asking widowed Scarlett to dance. Rhett stays in Atlanta and calls on Aunt Pittypat as cover for meeting Scarlett. Ashley visits home for Christmas (1863), and when Scarlett tries to get Ashley to again tell her that he loves her, he makes her promise to take care of Melanie while he is away at war. After Melanie realizes that she is 'with child', word arrives that Ashley has been killed, which soon changes to missing; Rhett pulls strings to get the information that Ashley was captured and is in a Yankee prison camp in Illinois.
           As Atlanta falls under seige by Union forces, most residents flee, but Melanie's doctor refuses to let her travel, and Scarlett and slave Prissy deliver the baby as best they can, leaving Melanie weak from blood loss. Scarlett hears that the Confederate Army is deserting Atlanta; she sends for Rhett, who arrives with a worn out old horse and a dilapidated wagon. He carts the women and the baby through a city in flames. Once they are safely away, he kisses Scarlett and tells her that he does indeed love her, and then heads back to help fight against the Yankees.
           The women arrive at Tara plantation to find it in ruins, mother dead, father insane, and two sisters ill with typhoid. A Union soldier invades the house, seeking spoils, and Scarlett shoots him; she and Melanie swear secrecy and bury the body. Word arrives that the South lost the war and the Confederacy is dissolved, and soldiers begin straggling back to their homes. The people of Tara do their best to aid the returning veterans; Ashley appears and both women are ecstatic.
           The Yankees levy $300 in taxes on Tara; Scarlett travels to Atlanta to beg for the money from Rhett, and finds him in jail. She puts up a front of affluence, but Rhett notices her work-worn hands; he states that he would not give her the money if he had it. She runs into the beau of her still-unmarried sister Suellen, charms him into marrying her, and thus obtains the money to save Tara from the taxman. Scarlett remains in Atlanta, and bears a daughter, named Ella.
           While driving her wagon alone, Scarlett is attacked by two men - one white, one black - and the Ku Klux Klan raids the nearby shantytown in revenge; Ashley is injured and Scarlett's husband is killed by local law enforcement. Rhett contrives a phony alibi for the men at Belle Watling's 'house'; the men are embarrassed, but the wives are thankful. After the funeral, Rhett proposes marriage to Scarlett; they tie the knot (1868), and prosper from business dealings with the Yankees; they are snubbed by society for that and for flaunting their wealth. Scarlett bears Rhett a daughter, nicknamed Bonnie Blue Butler. Scarlett tells Rhett that she wants no more children, and that they will no longer share a bed; left without emotional ties, Rhett sees other women and spoils his daughter.
           Local gossips spread a rumor based on an innocent embrace between Scarlett and Ashley; Melanie stands by her friend; Scarlett finds Rhett drunk; they fight and make passionate love. Rhett takes his daughter on an extended trip; returning three months later, Scarlett informs him that she is carrying his child; they fight, and Scarlett miscarriages. Scarlett returns to Tara to recuperate; four-year-old Bonnie dies in a pony-riding accident; Scarlett blames Rhett, Rhett blames himself, and they continue living together as strangers. Scarlett is summoned to Melanie's bedside (she is dying from a miscarriage); Scarlett realizes that she never really loved Ashley, only his dashing pre-War persona. She rushes home to share her revelation with Rhett, but he is now drained of all love for her. When she asks what she will do, he delivers the famous line "My dear, I don't give a damn", and leaves. Scarlett returns to Tara, believing that Rhett is her true love and that he will eventually return to her.

History of the Book & Movie

In 2012, a 1938 copy of Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With The Wind" novel, signed by almost all of the movie's cast as well as director Victor Fleming and producer David O. Selznick, sold for $135,300 at auction.





      "Gone With The Wind"  novel
[Scribner September 1936] by Margaret Mitchell
awarded the Pulitzer Prize for The Novel in 1937
Margaret Mitchell's 'Gone With The Wind' novel  
Warner Books mass pb [8/93] for $7.99
Warner Books 8¼x5½ pb [4/99] for $10.85
Scribner 8½x6 hardcover [facsimile] for $17.82
book entry at Wikipedia

Related  Fiction  &  Non-Fiction

"Scarlett" musical stageplay [Tokyo 1970, London 1972]
Score by Harold Rome; book by Kazuo Kikuta & Horton Foote; Wikipedia

Gone With The Wind As Book & Film book Edited by Richard Harwell  "Gone With The Wind As Book and Film" [1983]
Edited by Richard Harwell

Univ SC Press 9x6 pb [2/92] for $18.95
Univ SC Press hardcover [9/83] out of print/used
Gone With The Wind / Illustrated History  "Gone With The Wind: The Definitive Illustrated History of The Book, The Movie & The Legend" [1989]
by Herb Bridges & Terryl C. Boodman

Fireside 11x8½ pb [10/89] for $14.04
S&S hardcover [10/89] out of print/used
Scarlett's Women book by Helen Taylor  "Scarlett's Women: Gone With The Wind and Its Female Fans" [1989]
by Helen Taylor

Rutgers Univ Press 8x5½ pb [11/89] for $19.80
Rutgers Univ Press 8½x6 hardcover [11/89] out of print/used


"Scarlett: The Sequel To Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind"
Scarlett authorized sequel to Gone With The Wind by Alexandra Ripley   [1991 New York Times bestseller] by Alexandra Ripley
The authorized sequel: Before Mammy passes away, she makes Rhett promise to look after Miss Scarlett. During a sail in Charleston harbor, a storm capsizes the boat and Rhett & Scarlett barely manage to swim to a deserted island. Scarlett recovers and then travels to Savannah & to Ireland, where she receives the stunning news that Rhett has divorced her and remarried. She buys a former family property called Ballyhara and begins to restore it. Pregnant from their encounter in Charleston, she gives birth to a daughter nicknamed Cat. Scarlett runs into Rhett several times while visiting America and back in Ireland (and keeps word of Cat from him). Her neighbor, Lord Fenton, asks her to marry; she at first refuses, then agrees when she hears that Rhett has a new child. Word reaches Scarlett that Rhett's wife died in childbirth and the baby soon after; she rushes home to Ballyhara in time to witness her cousin Colum murdered by the British, as a suspect member of the rebel Fenian Brotherhood. The villagers set Bally- hara on fire and Rhett arrives to convince Scarlett to leave with him; they rescue Cat and Scarlett tells Rhett that Cat is his daughter. Next morning, they leave for America and a new life.
Grand Central Publng pb [9/2007] for $10.19
Warner Books 9¼x6¼ hardcover [9/91] for $24.95
Warner Books book club hardcover [1991] out of print/many used
book entry at Wikipedia
Scarlett 1994 mini-series on DVD & VHS  "Scarlett" TV mini-series [Hallmark/CBS-TV Nov 1994]
Co-produced & directed by John Erman; teleplay by William Hanley, based on the sequel novel; starring Timothy Dalton {as Rhett}, Joanne Whalley-Kilmer {as Scarlett}, Colm Meaney, Ann-Margret, Sean Bean, John Gielgud, George Grizzard & Gary Raymond
Korean import all-regions color DVD [8/00] 2 disks out of prodn/used
LionsGate Special Collector's Edition color DVD [9/2001] 2 disks - out of prodn/used
Hallmark Special Collector's Edition color VHS [1/97] 2 tapes - out of prodn/used
full credits from IMDb


Looking For Tara Guide To Atlanta book by Don O'Briant  "Looking For Tara: The Gone With The Wind Guide To Margaret Mitchell's Atlanta" [1994]
by Don O'Briant

Longstreet Press pb [10/94] out of print/used
Treasures of The Confederate Coast book by Dr. E. Lee Spence  "Treasures of The Confederate Coast: The Real Rhett Butler & Other Revelations" [1995]
by Dr. E. Lee Spence

Narwhal Press 9x6 pb [1/95] out of print/used
Narwhal Press hardcover [1/95] out of print/used
The Wind Done Gone bestseller novel by Alice Randall  "The Wind Done Gone: A Novel" [2001] by Alice Randall
A parody of the "Gone With The Wind" story, in the form of the diary of Scarlett's Creole half-sister Cynara, mistress of Rhett Butler. Publication was halted by injunction, appealed, and then settled in 2002 for an unspecified donation to Morehouse College by publisher Houghton Mifflin. The book became a New York Times bestseller.
Mariner Books 7¾x5 pb [4/2002] for $9.60
Houghton Mifflin hardcover [5/2001] out of print/used
book entry at Wikipedia
In Search of Rhett Butler book by Sharron Haynes  "In Search of Rhett Butler: A Novel" [2005] by Sharron Haynes
Born on the very day that the movie "Gone With The Wind" premiered in Atlanta, Scarlett Harwood finally sees the film at age fifteen, noting the similarities in her and Scarlett O'Hara's personalities. The teen Scarlett vows to avoid the same mistakes that her namesake made, but then she meets handsome Jacob Stevenson ...
iUniverse 9x6 pb [3/2005] for $18.85
iUniverse hardcover [3/2005] for $30.95
Rhett Butler's People authorized sequel novel by Donald McCaig  "Rhett Butler's People: The Authorized Novel" sequel [2007]
by Donald McCaig

The second authorized sequel: Told mostly from Rhett's perspective, and avoiding story elements in "Scarlett" [1991] – and with a different ending!
St. Martin's mass pb [8/2008] for $9.99
St. Martin's Press 9¼x6¼ hardcover [11/2007] for $15.78
book entry at Wikipedia

"Gone With The Wind" musical stageplay [London 2008]
Book & music & lyrics by Margaret Martin; directed by Trevor Nunn {79 performances}
musical entry at Wikipedia

The Winds of Tara unauthorized sequel by Katherine Pinotti   "The Winds of Tara: The Saga Lives On" [2002 & 2008]
by Katherine Pinotti

An unauthorized sequel, successfully halted in 2002 in the U.S. by the Mitchell estate, on grounds of copyright infringement; removed from bookstores by publisher Xlibris; published (legally) in Australia in 2008 by Fontaine Press. Scarlett arrives at Tara to find her sister Suellen doing well, while sister Careen is pregnant by a Yankee soldier and feigning illness at a convent. Scarlett takes Careen to England, but on their return, the many looming crises have escalated and Scarlett and her family are in extreme danger.
Xlibris pb [10/2002] out of print/rare
Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind from Atlanta to Hollywood book by Ellen F. Brown & John Wiley, Jr.  
"Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind: A Bestseller's Odyssey From Atlanta To Hollywood" [2011]
by Ellen F. Brown & John Wiley, Jr.

Taylor Trade Publng 9x6½ hardcover [2/2011] for $16.01
The Wind Is Never Gone book by M. Carmen Gómez-Galisteo  "The Wind Is Never Gone: Sequels, Parodies and Rewritings of Gone With The Wind" [2011]
by M. Carmen Gómez-Galisteo

McFarland & Co. 9x6 pb [7/2011] for $35.00
Ruth's Journey novel by Donald McCaig  "Ruth's Journey: The Authorized Novel of Mammy From Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind" [2014]
by Donald McCaig

The complete story of Scarlett O'Hara's beloved nursemaid
Kindle Edition from Simon & Schuster Digital Sales [10/2014] for $11.89
Atria Books 9¼x6½ hardcover [10/2014] for $16.45



Margaret Mitchell [1900-49]
"I hope I never write another thing as long as I live." — Margaret Mitchell

Margaret Mitchell Store at Amazon.com
Margaret Mitchell entry at Wikipedia
official Margaret Mitchell House & Museum / "G.W.T.W." website
she was a cousin by marriage of Western legend John Henry 'Doc' Holliday [1851-87]

Margaret Mitchell of Atlanta book by Finis Farr  "Margaret Mitchell of Atlanta: The Author of Gone With The Wind" [1965]
by Finis Farr

Wm. Morrow & Co. hardcover [1965] out of print/used
Wm. Morrow & Co. hardcover [1965] out of print/used
Road To Tara Life of Margaret Mitchell bio by Anne Edwards  "Road To Tara: The Life of Margaret Mitchell" [1983]
by Anne Edwards

Dell mass pb [7/84] out of print/used
Laurel mass pb [7/84] out of print/many used
Hodder & Stoughton Ltd. hardcover [7/83] out of print/used
Ticknor & Fields hardcover [4/83] out of print/many used
Southern Daughter Life of Margaret Mitchell book by Darden Asbury Pyron  "Southern Daughter: The Life of Margaret Mitchell & The Making of Gone With The Wind" [1991]
by Darden Asbury Pyron

Hill Street Press 8¾x6 pb [7/2004] for $13.42
Oxford Univ Press 9½x6¼ hardcover [3/91] out of print/used
Margaret Mitchell & John Marsh Love Story book by Marianne Walker  "Margaret Mitchell & John Marsh: The Love Story Behind Gone With The Wind" [1993]
by Marianne Walker

Peaceworks 9¼x6 pb [3/95] out of print/used
Peachtree Publrs 9x6¼ hardcover [11/2000] for $21.86
Peachtree Publrs 9½x6½ hardcover [10/93] out of print/used
A Burning Passion TV movie about Margaret Mitchell  "A Burning Passion: The Margaret Mitchell Story" [NBC-TV Nov 1994]
Reviewers suggest that this TV bio is inaccurate but fun.
Directed by Larry Peerce; written by Robert Hamilton; starring John Clark Gable, Shannen Doherty, Dale Midkiff & Matt Mulhern
Trinity Home Ent. color DVD [8/2007] not available
full credits from IMDb



won Best Picture Oscar  won Best Director Oscar  won Best Screenplay Oscar  won Best Color Cinematography Oscar  won Best Actress [Vivien Leigh] Oscar  won Best Supporting Actress [Hattie McDaniel] Oscar  won Best Art Direction Oscar  won Best Film Editing Oscar  won Honorary Oscar for 'outstanding achievement in the use of color for the enhancement of dramatic mood'
"Gone  With  The  Wind"
[Selznick/M.G.M. Dec 1939]

number 1!   holds the current box office record, at 202,044,600 tickets

Produced by David O. Selznick; directed by Victor Fleming; starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Evelyn Keyes, Hattie McDaniel, Butterfly McQueen, Victor Jory, Jane Darwell, Ward Bond & Yakima Canutt; awarded NINE Oscars: for Best Picture, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Color Cinematography, Best Actress [VL], Best Supporting Actress [HM], Best Art Direction, Best Film Editing, Honorary Oscar for "outstanding achievement in the use of color for the enhancement of dramatic mood"; also Oscar nominations for Best Actor [Gable], Best Supporting Actress [OdH], Best Special Effects, Best Music Score [Max Steiner] & Best Sound; listed on National Film Registry (1989)

official 'Gone With The Wind' movie site
official site for 'Gone With The Wind' 4-disk DVD
film credits at Internet Movie Database
film entry at Wikipedia
'Gone With The Wind' posters & photos at AllPosters.com

Warner 'Scarlett Edition' color Blu-ray [4/2010] 3 disks for $27.99

Warner 70th Anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition color Blu-ray [11/2009] 3 disks for $51.49
Warner 70th Anniversary Limited Edition color DVD [11/2009] 6 disks for $54.49
Warner 70th Anniversary color DVD [11/2009] 2 disks for $10.99
Warner Collector's Edition color DVD set [11/2004] 4 disks for $27.99
Warner Special Edition color DVD [1/2006] 2 disks for $13.99

Warner color VHS [3/2000] 2 tapes for $6.98

Gone With The Wind screenplay by Sidney Howard& critical text by Herb Bridges & Terryl C. Boodman  "Gone With The Wind: The Screenplay" by Sidney Howard,
with critical text by Herb Bridges & Terryl C. Boodman [1989]

Delta 9¼x6 pb [11/89] out of print/many used
"Gone With The Wind: The Screenplay" [1980] by Sidney Howard
Collier 9x6 pb [1980] out of print/used
MacMillan Publng 9¼x6 hardcover [1980] out of print/used
Gone With The Wind soundtrack album  "Gone With The Wind" soundtrack albums
Oscar nomination for Best Original Score (Max Steiner)
Rhino/WEA soundtrack CD [6/97] 22 tracks for $10.99
import soundtrack CD [12/2008] for $10.49
Rhino/WEA Deluxe soundtrack CD [10/96] 55 tracks on 2 disks - out of prodn/used
Sonic Images remastered 1961 recording soundtrack CD [6/98] out of prodn/used

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"E o Vento Levou" b&w TV movie [Brasil March 1956]
Written & co-directed by Dionísio Azevedo; co-directed by Luiz Gallon; starring Lima Duarte & Maria Fernanda
credits from IMDb

Making of Gone With The Wind book by Gavin Lambert  
"G.W.T.W.: The Making of Gone With The Wind" [1973]
by Gavin Lambert

Bantam mass pb [1976] out of print/used
Little, Brown hardcover [10/73] out of print/used
Scarlett, Rhett, Cast of Thousands GWTW book by Roland Flamini  "Scarlett, Rhett and A Cast of Thousands: The Filming of
Gone With The Wind" [1975]
by Roland Flamini

Macmillan pb [1/78] out of print/many used
Macmillan pb [1/75] out of print/many used

"The Scarlett O'Hara War" TV movie [Warner Bros./NBC-TV May 1980]
Directed by John Erman; script by William Hanley, based on Garson Kanin's 1979 novel "Moviola"; starring Tony Curtis
(as David O. Selznick}; nominated for 7 Emmy Awards, won two; video/DVD not available; full credits at IMDb

White Columns in Hollywood GWTW book by Susan Myrick & Richard Harwell  "White Columns In Hollywood: Reports From The G.W.T.W. Sets" [1982]
by Susan Myrick; edited by Richard Harwell

Author Margaret Mitchell refused to advise "G.W.T.W." producer David O. Selznick, and instead sent her friend Susan Myrick as technical adviser to get Selznick off her back. Georgia journalist Myrick wrote a series of columns published by her employer, the Macon Telegraph, that described events on the sets of the movie in far Hollywood.
Mercer Univ Press 9x6 pb [6/86] out of print/used
Mercer Univ Press hardcover [12/82] out of print/used

Filming Gone With The Wind book by Herb Bridges  "The Filming of Gone With The Wind" [1983]
by Herb Bridges

Mercer Univ Press 12¼x9 pb [8/98] for $21.90
Mercer Univ Press 12¼x9¼ hardcover [11/83] out of print/used
The Making of Gone With The Wind TV docufilm  "The Making of A Legend: Gone With The Wind" [MGM/UA Oct 1988]
Produced by Daniel & L. Jeffrey Selznick; directed by David Hinton; written by David Thomson; narrated by Christopher Plummer & L. Jeffrey Selznick
available as a bonus feature on "Gone With The Wind" DVD sets (above)
M.G.M. color VHS [9/98] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDb
The Art of Gone With The Wind book by Judy Cameron & Paul J. Christman  "The Art of Gone With The Wind: The Making of A Legend" [1989]
by Judy Cameron & Paul J. Christman

Prentice Hall pb [11/91] out of print/used
Prentice Hall hardcover [9/89] out of print/used

"Gone With The Wind On Film: A Complete Reference" [1990]
by Cynthia Marylee Molt; Foreword by Butterfly McQueen
McFarland & Co. 9x6¾ library hardcover [5/90] out of print/used

On The Road To Tara GWTW book by Aljean Harmetz  "On The Road To Tara: The Making of Gone With The Wind" [1996]
by Aljean Harmetz

Harry N. Abrams pb [3/97] out of print/scarce
Harry N. Abrams 11¼x9½ hardcover [9/96] out of print/used
Pictorial History of Gone with the Wind book by Gerald C. & Harriet Model Gardner  "Pictorial History of Gone With The Wind" [1996]
by Gerald C. Gardner & Harriet Model Gardner

Gramercy 12½x9½ hardcover [8/96] out of print/many used
The Greatness of Gone With The Wind lecture by Dr. Elliot Engel  "The Greatness of Gone With The Wind" [1996]
by Dr. Elliot Engel

Videotaped lecture, "a light and enlightening look" at the G.W.T.W. legend
Media Consultants color DVD [12/97] for $19.95
color VHS [12/96] for $24.95
not listed on IMDb
Selznick's Vision GWTW book by Alan David Vertrees  "Selznick's Vision: Gone With The Wind and Hollywood Filmmaking"
[1997] by Alan David Vertrees

Univ TX Press 10x7 pb [10/97] for $30.00
Gone With the Wind Three Day Premiere in Atlanta book by Herb Bridges  "Gone With The Wind: The Three Day Premiere In Atlanta" [1999]
by Herb Bridges

Mercer Univ Press 5¾x5¼ pb [3/2011] for $19.80
Mercer Univ Press 10¼x7 hardcover [11/99] out of print/used

"Gone With The Wind: Restoring A Legend" [Creative Domain Nov 2004 short]
Co-produced & written by John Ballon; directed by Joel Johnston; full credits from IMDb

Frankly, My Dear Gone With The Wind Revisited book by Molly Haskell  "Frankly, My Dear: Gone With The Wind Revisited" [2009]
by Molly Haskell

Yale Univ Press 8¼x5½ hardcover [2/2009] for $16.32
author's official homepage
Making of A Masterpiece book by Sally Tippett Rains  "The Making of A Masterpiece: The True Story of Margaret Mitchell's Classic Novel Gone With The Wind" [2009]
by Sally Tippett Rains, Foreword by Ernie Harwell

Global Book Publrs 9x6 pb [10/2009] for $17.34
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'Gone With The Wind' Poster Gallery

Gone With The Wind poster - black
black poster
27"x40" poster
for $19.99 at Amazon

11"x7" poster
for $14.99 at Amazon


Gone With The Wind poster - Rhett & Scarlett kiss (color)
the kiss (color)
11"x17" poster
from Amazon for $2.99
Gone With The Wind poster - Rhett & Scarlett standing (sepia still)
standing (sepia still)
11"x17" poster
from Amazon for $14.99
Gone With The Wind poster - light yellow
light yellow
11"x17" poster
from Amazon for $14.99
Gone With The Wind poster - wide gold
wide gold
11"x17" poster
from Amazon for $2.99

36"x24" poster
from Amazon for $4.99
Gone With The Wind poster - 'everybody wants to see'
"everybody wants to see"
35"x27" poster
from Amazon for $19.99
Gone With The Wind poster - Rhett & Scarlett kiss (b&w)
the kiss (b&w)
36"x24" poster
from Amazon for $5.50

36"x24" poster
from AllPosters.com
for $7.99
Gone With The Wind poster - oaktree at sunset
oaktree at sunset
36"x24" poster
from Amazon for $4.99

36"x24" poster
from AllPosters.com
for $7.99

Gone With The Wind poster - flaming red-orange
flaming red poster
24"x36" poster
from Amazon for $5.19

24"x36" poster
from AllPosters.com
for $7.99

11"x17" poster
from AllPosters.com
for $9.99
Gone With The Wind poster - flaming red-orange with names
flaming red poster
with names

24"x36" poster
for $3.95 at Amazon

24"x36" poster
from AllPosters.com
for $7.99

11"x17" poster
from AllPosters.com
for $9.99

11"x17" poster
from Amazon for $16.99
Gone With The Wind poster - French poster (green)
French poster
(green)

no longer available
from Amazon


'Gone With The Wind' Links

official Margaret Mitchell House & Museum / "G.W.T.W." website
official "G.W.T.W." movie site
G.W.T.W. Museum [est. 2003] in Marietta, GA
Scarlett O'Hardy's G.W.T.W. Museum [est. 1998] in historic Jefferson, TX
G.W.T.W. Online Exhibit at University of Texas in Austin

G.W.T.W. Ring on RingSurf
G.W.T.W. Ring on WebRing
Dawn's G.W.T.W. fansite
film entry at New Georgia Encyclopedia
'Scarlett Online' G.W.T.W. fansite
DT's G.W.T.W. 'But Not Forgotten' fansite
Redwell Audio of Australia 43-hour G.W.T.W. audiobooks
Karl's G.W.T.W. Tara fansite
Kim's G.W.T.W. & Beyond fansite [last update 2002?]
"The Scarlet Letter" quarterly [est. 1996]
Jon's G.W.T.W. book collecting site
Scarlett's Tara G.W.T.W. fansite
G.W.T.W. role play site
The Road To Tara Museum in Jonesboro, Georgia
G.W.T.W. & Margaret Mitchell Exhibit at Holliday-Dorsey-Fife House in Fayetteville, Georgia

G.W.T.W. collectibles site
Scarlett's Secret G.W.T.W. collectibles in Sautee, Georgia
Fran's G.W.T.W. Forever costumes & dolls site
G.W.T.W. Memories collectibles in Plant City, Florida


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