Movie expert to speak in Bedford
"I saw the movie when I was in sixth grade, not quite 12 years old. I saw it on a Friday night," she said.
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Sat Jul 19, 2014
Author Phillip Done's 'The Charms of Miss O'Hara' offered as free Kindle edition
International authors Phillip Done and Kendra Bean at the 75th Celebration of 'Gone WIth The Wind' in Marietta, Georgia, sponsored by the Marietta "Gone With The Wind" Museum International authors Phillip Done and Kendra Bean at the 75th Celebration of 'Gone WIth The Wind' in Marietta, Georgia, sponsored by the Marietta "Gone With The Wind" Museum ... (more)
Passing the popcorn
In 1939 I was dressed in an orange sweatshirt, knickers, black stockings and high-top shoes.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
T3's Vera Stark a wry beguiling portrait
Some plays are written so you can just tell, "the conversation" is supposed to begin with the after-show coffee.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Is wickedness getting worse?.....inspect these mile markers
The morality standard for television used to be so high and defined, televisions shows depicting the bedroom of "Father Knows Best", "Leave it to Beaver", or "I Love Lucy" would have the unmarried television marriages with double beds so the unseemly idea of fornication would not be conveyed on the screen.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
On this day: Gone With The Wind published
Vivien Leigh and co-star Clark Gable in Gone With the Wind. Margaret Mitchell s beloved novel was published on this day in 1936.
Sat Jun 28, 2014
Fiddle-dee-dee! Black and white photographs offer inside look at...
'I'm sorry, I love you': Father who left toddler to die in sweltering SUV breaks down in phone call from prison aired on speakerphone at the boy's funeral as his wife defends him as a 'wonderful daddy' REVEALED: Squatter nanny was homeless for nine years and sleeping in her car when hired through Craigslist, as it emerges she's now disappeared amid ... (more)
The Columbus Dispatch
Sinatra's '34 driver's license sells for $15,757
Frank Sinatra's first New Jersey driver's license with his last name misspelled sold for $15,757 while a collection of correspondence between Gone with the Wind author Margaret Mitchell and a Wyncote, Pa., fan was purchased for $14,087.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
Mitchell letters going, going, gone (with the wind) in online auction
After the release of her Pulitzer Prize-winning Civil War novel, "Gone With the Wind," author Margaret Mitchell exchanged letters with a fan in Montgomery County, Pa., providing a unique glimpse of the book's creation and characters.