Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel
Born in Atlanta in 1900, Gone With the Wind author Margaret Mitchell was a force to be reckoned with throughout her life. Margaret Mitchell: American Rebel features interviews with leading historians, biographers and people with personal connections to her as well as dramatic re-enactments based on her own personal reflections. The film also looks at the reasons behind the amazing endurance of Gone With the Wind across cultures and over time.
Collector's Edition features additional materials including an interview with author Pat Conroy, a look back at the Gone With the Wind premiere in Atlanta, and Pulitzer Prize night, 1937.
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The difference between the $19.95 version and the $29.95 Collector's version is the Collector's Edition has material which did not make it into the final documentary including commentary from author Pat Conroy about the importance of "Gone With the Wind" to him personally, premiere footage of the movie in 1939 and footage of the Pulitzer Prize night in 1937.