75 Years after its release, Gone With The Wind remains one of the most successful, and iconic films of all time. The making of the film, however, was filled with nearly as much drama, controversy, and uncertainty as the film itself. The Making of Gone With The Wind exhibit, currently on display at The Harry Ransom Center in Austin Texas, tells the story of the film’s rollercoaster development through more than 300 rarely seen and some never-before-exhibited materials. The exhibition is drawn entirely from the Ransom Center's collections, of particular interest to any costume enthusiast is the beautiful array of on-set photographs, makeup stills, costume sketches, the green curtain dress and other gowns worn by Vivien Leigh, displayed together for the first time in more than 25 years.
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