Gone with the Wind Signed Memorabilia Rare Autographs from Five Cast Members
Capture the magic of the iconic 1939 film Gone with the Wind with this rare piece of memorabilia, featuring the signatures of five cast members: Ann Rutherford (D2012), Evelyn Keyes (D2005), Cammie King (D2010), Fred Crane (D2008), and Rand Brooks (D2003). This unique collectible offers fans a chance to own a piece of Hollywood history and celebrate the classic movie that has captivated audiences for generations.
- Personally hand-signed by Ann Rutherford, Evelyn Keyes, Cammie King, Fred Crane, and Rand Brooks
- Features two accompanying Gone with the Wind posters, hand-selected to complement the signatures
- Frame measures 850mm in length and 550mm in height, perfect for display
- Authenticated with Certificates of Authenticity from MJB Memorabilia and JSA Authentication Services, ensuring the signatures' genuineness
- Beautifully framed and ready to hang, with the actual frame shown in photos
- FREE shipping to any destination worldwide
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- Elegant gold plaque with cast names adds a touch of sophistication
- Database Hologram Verification Number 100041 confirms authenticity
Don't miss this rare opportunity to own an extraordinary piece of Gone with the Wind memorabilia, signed by five cast members from the classic film. With its exquisite presentation, authenticated signatures, and FREE worldwide shipping, this framed collectible is an excellent addition to any film enthusiast's collection
Gone with the Wind - A Timeless Tale of Love, War, and Survival
Gone with the Wind, a sweeping historical romance novel by Margaret Mitchell, was first published in 1936. The story, set in the American South during the Civil War and Reconstruction Era, follows the life of Scarlett O'Hara, a strong-willed and resourceful Southern belle. The novel's enduring popularity, numerous adaptations, and controversial themes make it a significant work in American literature.
Gone with the Wind revolves around Scarlett O'Hara and her journey from a privileged upbringing to her struggles during the Civil War and Reconstruction Era. The novel delves into Scarlett's relationships with the charming Rhett Butler, the honorable Ashley Wilkes, and his kind-hearted wife, Melanie. Scarlett's determination to survive and thrive in a world that is falling apart around her forms the crux of the story.
Upon its release, Gone with the Wind became an instant bestseller and received the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1937. The novel has been translated into numerous languages and has sold millions of copies worldwide. Its enduring popularity is a testament to the novel's powerful storytelling and memorable characters.
Gone with the Wind was adapted into a highly successful film in 1939, directed by Victor Fleming and produced by David O. Selznick. The film starred Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara, Clark Gable as Rhett Butler, and Olivia de Havilland as Melanie. The movie received ten Academy Awards, including Best Picture, and remains one of the highest-grossing films of all time when adjusted for inflation.
Gone with the Wind has been a subject of controversy for its depiction of the American South, slavery, and race relations during the Civil War era. Critics argue that the novel romanticizes the Confederacy and perpetuates racial stereotypes. As a result, contemporary discussions around the novel often focus on understanding and addressing these issues while acknowledging the work's historical and cultural significance.
Gone with the Wind, with its epic scope and captivating characters, has left an indelible mark on American literature and popular culture. While the novel's controversial themes require thoughtful consideration, its continued popularity is a testament to the power of storytelling and the resonance of its tale of love, war, and survival.