Gone with the Wind (1939)

Leaving for Battle

On his way to join the Confederate Army, Rhett (Clark Gable) professes his love for Scarlett (Vivien Leigh), but she rejects him harshly.

Directed by George Cukor, Victor Fleming, and Sam Wood.

Released in 1939 by Warner Bros..

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  • prop: Horse
  • setting: Countryside
  • theme: Rejection
  • theme: Love
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  • actor: Vivien Leigh
  • actor: Clark Gable
  • director: George Cukor
  • director: Victor Fleming
  • director: Sam Wood
  • producer: David O. Selznick
  • cinematographer: Lee Garmes
  • cinematographer: Ernest Haller
  • composer: Max Steiner
  • costume-designer: Walter Plunkett
  • production-designer: William Cameron Menzies
  • role-name: Rhett Butler - Visitor from Charleston
  • role-name: Scarlett - Their Daughter
  • screenwriter: Sidney Howard
  • screenwriter: Margaret Mitchell
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  • year: 1939
  • studio: Warner Bros.