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14 Facts You May Not Know About Gone With The Wind

image credit Quite possibly, along with The Wizard of Oz, it is the single most beloved film of all-time. This American classic is the first color film to win a Best Picture Academy Award (1939). Let's take a look at a few lesser-known facts about the immortal film Gone With The Wind. The Presurfer
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