Gone With The Wind - 70th Anniversary Edition

publication date: Dec 7, 2009
Gone With The WindThe highlight of this new Blu-ray version of Gone with the Wind is how it looks and sounds. As they've done with The Wizard of Oz, Warner Home Video continues to maximise what the Blu-ray format can do in terms of picture and sound.  With five times higher resolution than standard DVD along with the sonic excellence of Dolby TruHD, the film will be at its absolute pristine best.
Brand new to these editions is a bonus disc with three new outstanding 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.

To buy a copy from Amazon click the link below:

  Gone With The Wind [Blu-ray] [1939]

This special 70th anniversary edition is also available on DVD:

Gone With The Wind - 70th Anniversary Edition [DVD] [1939]