Gone with the Wind (1939)

Frankly My Dear, I Don't Give a Damn

Rhett (Clark Gable) leaves Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) in tears, but she still finds hope in tomorrow.

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

Released in 1939 by Warner Bros..

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  • character-type: Ladies Man
  • editors-choice: Endings
  • editors-choice: On-Screen Couples
  • editors-choice: Male Performances
  • editors-choice: Break-Ups
  • editors-choice: Iconic Lines
  • editors-choice: Female Performances
  • primary-genre: Classics
  • primary-genre: Romance
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on Classic Literature
  • secondary-genre: Classics
  • secondary-genre: Classic Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Pre-20th Century Period Pieces
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  • secondary-genre: Romance Classics
  • secondary-genre: Period Pieces
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on the Book
  • mood: Emotional
  • setting: House
  • theme: Faith
  • theme: Hope
  • theme: Disillusionment
  • 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
  • screenwriter: Oliver H.P. Garrett
  • screenwriter: John Van Druten
  • screenwriter: Jo Swerling
  • screenwriter: Ben Hecht
  • year: 1939
  • studio: Warner Bros.