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Scarlett (Special Collector's Editon) [VHS] (1994)

Joanne Whalley , Timothy Dalton  |  PG-13 |  VHS Tape
3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (346 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Joanne Whalley, Timothy Dalton, Annabeth Gish, Julie Harris, Ann-Margret
  • Producers: Doris Kirch
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, EP, NTSC
  • Rated: PG-13 (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Number of tapes: 2
  • Studio: Hallmark
  • VHS Release Date: January 14, 1997
  • Run Time: 360 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (346 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6304274742
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,501 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The sequel to GONE WITH THE WIND

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This soapy but highly watchable television "sequel" to Gone with the Wind, the most popular Hollywood movie ever made, has nothing to do with memories of a vanished antebellum South. But it does end up in Ireland, where the determined Scarlett O'Hara Butler (played with frosty passion by Joanne Whalley-Kilmer) turns hard times into an opportunity by buying the ancestral home of her family. Before that happens, however, Scarlett fights to win back the estranged Rhett Butler (manfully portrayed by Timothy Dalton), often seen in the company of other women, struggles for control over the homestead Tara, and gets caught in yet another compromising position with poor Ashley Wilkes (Stephen Collins). The troubles never stop (Scarlett's Ireland adventures land her in a heap of trouble from which only Rhett can save her), but this TV miniseries wisely keeps the focus on these captivating characters, their entangled histories, and the collective destiny that refuses to part them. The show also looks good: the location scenes in Ireland are particularly handsome, and there is something unaccountably satisfying about seeing Scarlett and Rhett walking through peaceful green hills. Enjoy. --Tom Keogh


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56 of 63 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars i love it July 26, 1999
By A Customer
Format:VHS Tape
i am a "Windie" (extreeme gone with the wind fan), so i'm sorry to say that i loved this movie, almost as much as the ORIGINAL. the first scarlett was great, but in the sequel, scarlett O'Hara is much more mature, and definitely less whiney, but she still showed the same "passion for living." Timothy Dalton in the sequel is handsome, dashing, charming, everything clark gable brought to the part, but i dont know how much Rhett really would have gone for that goodey too shoes, oh i forgot her name. the pure fact that they hired both british stars to play southern american parts is absurd... and another thing, the book was extraordinary, how ALexandra Ripley could have thought of that stuff is beyond me... so why did they have to alter perfection and put in some crazy court scene and murder trial? Oh, i know why, simply to get the viewers attention. That never happened in the book and was totally unnecessary. But beside from all that the movie was a smash hit, and not a crash and burn like other "Windies" will tell you. And another thing... who was the costume cordinator, those dresses were stunning! There's a reason to watch it in itself!
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A GREAT FOLLOW-UP TO "GONE WITH THE WIND"! October 12, 2000
Format:VHS Tape
The most highly anticipated sequel in history proves to be well worth nearly sixty years of waiting. "Scarlett" is a lavish, epic film that ties up all the loose strings left by "Gone With the Wind", and while not combining all the original elements of "GWTW" and indeed a long film, it is an extremely entertaining and engrossing film. Joanne Whalley-Kilmer is excellent as the tempestuous post-Vivien Leigh Scarlett O'Hara Butler, bringing a freshness and originality to the role so unique that she succeeds in diminishing Leigh's emblazonment on the role. Timothy Dalton is excellent in his Clark Gable-follow-up to Rhett Butler, bringing a deep sense of humanity to the role lacking in Gable's performance. The story picks up right where "GWTW" left off, and we finally get to know what happened to Scarlett and Rhett. Through this engrossing tale, Scarlett sets out to seek Rhett's love again, make peace with her past haunts, and discover her true identity. Her journey takes her from Atlanta to Charleston to Ireland and beyond before she can succeed in winning back the man she always loved. All the other memorable characters are back too: Ashley Wilkes, Mammy, Aunt Pittypat, Suellen and Will, just to name a few. And there are some new faces, as well: Jean Smart is immensely likable as Sally Brewten, a wily friend of the Butlers with a heart of gold. Colm Meaney is great in his role of Colum O'Hara, Scarlett's Irish cousin. And Ann-Margret makes a memorable cameo as Atlanta's leading madam, Belle Watling, along with Esther Rolle in the part of Mammy. And Sean Bean is very effective in his role of Richard Fenton, an Englishman whom Scarlett meets up with... and later regrets. A lively script, crisp direction, and gorgeous cinematography blend together perfectly to create the most anxiously awaited sequel in history... and it's all worth the wait!
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A good representation July 11, 2001
Format:DVD
I saw this movie before I read the novel. It was intriguing and everytime I watched Gone With The Wind I had felt sort of cheated. I was thrilled to hear that there was more to the story. Because I felt the movie was so good, it inspired me to read the book. And though the movie wasn't entirely like the book, it held true to the essence of the story. The book was pretty long, and so was the movie, you can't expect everything from the book to be included in the movie!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Rhett and Scarlett live again! April 3, 2007
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
I had such a good time watching this film! Scarlett grows up and finds a life for herself, with many dangers in between!

Joann Whalley-Kilmer and Timothy Dalton are very believable as Scarlett and Rhett.

Don't listen to the nay-sayers about this movie..judge for yourself!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I thought it was very good! July 25, 2003
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Format:DVD
Well....I must admit that I am not a hard core Gone with the Wind fan. I have not read the books completely and went straight to watching the movies. I still know a lot about the books and things and know the controversies between the books and movies. I loved "Gone with the Wind" and i thought that this movie was just as good. Nothing could compare to the first one, but i thought that the second was very well done. The actors and actresses did great even though it was definitly hard to fill in the shoes of the originial actors. As far as the whole green eyes thing goes i just wanted to state that i watched the "GWTW" movie so many times and i noticed that even Viven Leigh's eyes weren't green...they were actually blue. So...not everything can be well done with characterizing. I would rather have a good actress with brown eyes play Scarlett's role than a terrible actress with green eyes. And sometimes in order for ppl to watch the movie that started off as a book and make sure the movie isn't to long a director as to change and add things to it. They risk that even knowing that fans of the books may not like it.
All in all i give it two thumbs up.
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68 of 90 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely hideous! April 13, 2000
Format:VHS Tape
I don't even know where to begin about the butchering of Alexandra Ripley's amazing sequel to GWTW. After reading the book, I was thoroughly horrified by the deviations from the book that the directors took. Why bother to say the movie was based on the book when in reality it wasn't? Apparently the directors did not read GWTW either; as IF Scarlett would ever forgive Suellen or come to like her! This is a movie that would have been better left un-made rather than expose the rest of us to such a shoddy representation of a masterpiece. No one could possibly ever follow up the acting of Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable because they have burned permanent pictures of what "Scarlett and Rhett" should look and act like into our minds. Scarlett in the new movie didn't even have green eyes, for God's sake; in both books, her eyes were discussed at length and their significance was noteworthy.
I have never been more disappointed in a movie based on a book (except for "A Civil Action," but that's another story). It's movies like this that ruin people's opinions of a book, leading them to never read that book at all. I think the majority of people who actually liked this hideous version of Ripley's sequel have never read GWTW or Scarlett, and have only seen the movies. Both GWTW and Scarlett are meant to be READ anyway; the depth of the characters can never be conveyed onto a big screen with such a short amount of time! The history behind their families - Scarlett's mother and father and their intricate lives that explain how Scarlett came to be who she was, Scarlett's cousins and the Irish uprising, etc. - are lost in the translation to the big screen.
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