|| Previously published as: The Tara treasury : a pictorial history of Gone with the wind. 1980.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (p. 190) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Introduction -- The search for Scarlett -- The search for Rhett Butler -- The chemistry of other couplings -- Gable fever -- Gable and sex -- Why Gable said "No" -- Why Gable said "Yes" -- The De Havilland campaign -- "Not another weakling" -- The seduction of Leslie Howard -- A gallery of fan magazines -- The other liberated woman -- The search for Scarlett -- The Cinderella hoax -- The coming of Vivien Leigh -- The son-in-law also rises -- The woman's director and the man's director -- The rewriting of Gone With the Wind -- Scenes from a marriage of talents -- Lights, camera, action -- Toil and trouble -- The war and the wind -- The others -- The coming out -- The fan magazines explode -- The box-office rivals -- The 70mm. solution -- "Don't sell the steak, sell the sizzle" -- Futures -- The lasting impact of Gone With the Wind -- The GWTW nostalgia quiz -- By the numbers -- Four generations of display cards.
|| Recounts the casting, production, and filming of Gone With the Wind and follows the careers of its actresses, actors, and creators.