Gone With The Wind is, when adjusted for inflation, the most successful film of all times and the height of Hollywood studio films.
Released on the 1939-12-15
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1860s, Accident, American Civil War, Atlanta, Aunt, Ball, Bitch, Business Woman, Cannon, Corset, Daughter, Death of Daughter, Delirium, Deserter, Engagement, Horse, Hunger, Insanity, Jealousy, Lie, Life and Death, Loss of Child, Loss of Mother, Luxury, Marriage Crisis, Marriage Proposal, Maternal Role, Military Hospital, Miscarriage, One-Sided Love, Plantation, Pregnancy, Rebuilding, Riding Accident, Self-Defense, Sister, Slave, Slavery, Soldier, Southern U.S., Trotz, Typhus, War Victim
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