Gone With The Wind – 70th Anniversary Edition DVD

One of the best, most beloved films ever is now available on DVD with three release options for every collector. Gone with the Wind is in stores now, and you can enjoy the remastered classic in Blu-Ray Collector’s EditionStandard Collector’s Edition, or 2-disc Anniversary Edition.

While the standard DVD remaster looks great, and the commentary track by historian Rudy Behlmer is a wonderful trip through this amazing film, it’s hard to imagine not opting upwards for one of the bigger sets. Just as was the case with the recent release of The Wizard of Oz, the remaster is wonderful work, but the special edition releases are filled with amazing bonuses that you don’t want to pass up.

Both the standard edition collector’s edition and the Blu-Ray edition include –

Disc 3

About The Movie

• The Making of a Legend documentary (1989 TV Special) (Narrated by Christopher Plummer)

• Restoring a Legend – Chronicles the film/video restoration process

• Dixie Hails Gone with the Wind -1939 Premiere newsreel

• 1940 MGM historical short – The Old South

• Atlanta Civil War Centennial 1961 premiere newsreel

• International prologue

• Foreign language version sample scenes

• Theatrical Trailers

Disc 4

About The Cast

  • Melanie Remembers: Reflections by Olivia de Havilland – Exclusive 2004 Documentary
  • Cast profile – Gable: The King Remembered
  • Cast profile – Vivien Leigh: Scarlett and Beyond
  • The Supporting Players – Cameo portraits of an unforgettable ensemble
  • At Tara
  • The O’Hara Plantation in Georgia
  • Thomas Mitchell as Gerald O’Hara
  • Barbara O’Neill as Ellen, his wife
  • Their Daughters
  • Evelyn Keyes as Suellen
  • Ann Rutherford as Carreen
  • The house servants
  • Hattie McDaniel as Mammy
  • Oscar Polk as Pork
  • Butterfly McQueen as Prissy
  • At Twelve Oaks
  • Leslie Howard as Ashley Wilkes
  • Rand Brooks as Charles Hamilton, her brother
  • Carroll Nye as Frank Kennedy, a guest
  • In Atlanta
  • Laura Hope Crews as Aunt Pittypat Hamilton
  • Eddie Anderson as Uncle Peter, her coachman
  • Harry Davenport as Dr. Meade
  • Jane Darwell as Mrs. Merriwether
  • Ona Munson as Belle Watling
  • Cammie King as Bonnie Blue Butler

Also included is a 5th disc with three all-new documentaries –

• 1939: Hollywood’s Greatest Year is a fascinating tribute to a year considered to be one of Hollywood’s greatest. This documentary, narrated by Kenneth Branagh, had its on-air premiere in July as part of TCM’s month-long festival saluting that year’s ‘bumper-crop’ of films.

• Gone with the Wind: The Legend Lives On is an exploration of the legacy of this most beloved film through illuminating interviews, footage and visits to historical sites, events and museums.

• Moviola: The Scarlett O’Hara Wars — a 1980 WBTV Special, never before seen on home video.

Finally, both Collector’s Edition releases include –

Also included are unique premiums housed in a beautiful velvet keepsake box, limited and numbered:


  • 20-page reproduction of the original and complete 1939 Souvenir Program
  • 40-page Production History Book with photos and production notes
  • Eight Frameable 5×7 Art Prints
  • CD soundtrack sampler featuring eight tracks
  • Main Title
  • Tara
  • The Barbecue
  • Escape From Atlanta
  • I’ll Never Be Hungry Again!
  • Paddock Scene 5:27
  • Scarlett In The Mist/Rhett Leaves
  • Flashback/Finale

Own it on DVD & Blu-Ray Today!

Check out some great clips below –

Different side of Rhett

Fire Scene

First Kiss

Rhett Buys Scarlett


Marc Eastman
Marc Eastman is the owner and operator of Are You Screening? and has been writing film reviews for over a decade, and several branches of the internet's film review world have seen his name. He is also a member of The Broadcast Film Critics Association and The Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

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