Gone With the Wind Is Returning To The Big Screen For Its 80th Anniversary

And here is a once in a lifetime moment when you can go and watch Gone With the Wind on the big screen. The epic movie which premiered in 1939 and which has been awarded eight Oscars (including two honorary Academy Awards), is coming back to theaters for its 80th anniversary. The movie will return to movie screens for two days only, on Thursday, Feb. 28 and Sunday, March 3, playing at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. both days at selective locations. Gone With the Wind will return on the screens courtesy of Warner Bros. and Fathom Events. 

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It stars with actors Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland, Leslie Howard, and Hattie McDaniel. Gone With the Wind follows the story of Scarlett O’Hara (Vivien Leigh), a determined Southern Belle who will stop at nothing to win the man she loves, Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard), and preserve her beloved family plantation, Tara. The story is set against the backdrop of the Civil War and Reconstruction. Dilemmas result after Rhett Butler (Clark Gable), a man with a secret heart of gold, who knows he and Scarlett are actually meant to be with each other.

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Gone With the Wind is known the movie with the highest grossing of all the time and still remains that way one of aking in $1.8 billion over its 80-year history. It is one of the most popular films of all time. Many are so excited to watch iconic performances, lush backdrops, stunning costumes, and sweeping story on the big screen. The tickets for the movie’s cinema’s return are now available at the Fathom Events website or at selective theater box offices.

Tomorrow may be another day, but there’s not much time left to go and see the most beloved movie on the screen. Grab a friend or two and make it a date!

 

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Source: Ew