Gone with the Wind -
4 Disc Special Edition
Commonly considered the greatest epic to emerge from Hollywood's Golden
Era, Gone with the Wind's 222 minutes are stunning and engrossing.
The lavish saga follows the life of Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara
from riches to poverty and back to riches, through three husbands,
War, the reconstruction of the South, and the death of a child. Based
on Margaret Mitchell's page-turning classic novel and recognized
producer David O. Selznick's finest work, every detail of this masterpiece
was finely tuned to create one of the most adored films in history.
Selected for the Library of Congress' National Film Registry of
DVD - 4 Disc Set
- 5.1 Dolby Digital Soundtrack
- Original Mono Soundtrack
- "Ultra-Resolution" Digital Restoration
- Original 1.33:1 aspect ratio
- Audio commentary by film historian Rudy Behlmer
- Featurette - "Restoring a Legend"
- Documentary - "The Making of a Legend"
- Documentary - "Melanie Remembers: Olivia de Havilland Recalls
'Gone with the Wind.' "
- Documentary - "Clark Gable: A King Remembered"
- Documentary - "Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond"
- "The Old South" - 1940 Theatrical Short
- Footage from 1939 Atlanta and 1961 Civil War Centennial Atlanta
- Additional behind-the-scenes footage
- Theatrical trailer(s)
- Full-color reproduction of the original 22-page souvenir booklet
- Theatrical Movie Poster (27'x40' Reproduction)
- Lobby Cards - (8 Original Edition Prints)
- Region 1 encoding (US and Canada only)
- Color, Closed-captioned
Roger Ebert's essay on this DVD Classic.