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    Gone with the Wind (MGM, 1939). Half Sheet (22" X 28").
    This sweeping epic about the Old South made Hollywood history by capturing eight Oscars. Adapted from Margaret Mitchell's classic novel, the picture remains a perennial favorite. This half sheet is from just after the first wide release when producer David O. Selznick heralded the film as a "Limited Engagement." After the film's initial run ended (February 1940), the film was released nationwide but the public feared the film's three hour-plus running time would be shortened, so the poster clearly states: "...nothing cut but the price..." This dramatic half sheet has wonderful artwork of the dramatic "burning of Atlanta" by famed poster artist Armando Seguso. The piece has been restored with airbrushing applied to the small chips, tears and pinholes in the borders, and touch-up to fold wear. There is slight vertical creasing near the folds still visible, but the poster will display nicely. Fine+ on Paper.


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