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The greatest romance of all time!
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January 17, 1939
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Why this film isn't ranked higher on Flickchart is beyond me.
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Exactly its number 7 on my flickchart its the most epic love story of all time.
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Gone with the Wind is legendary and changed cinema history, but is a highly overrated cheesy soap opera of epic proportion that is filled with Vivien Leigh constantly crying.
Racist piece of confederate propaganda. One of the more shameful pieces of cinema that I've had the misfortune of watching.
Well even if you’re too sensitive to watch it, it is still a piece of art. It’s a great look at what the south was like during that time. Why would you even watch a movie about the south during the civil war, and expect it not to contain racist content? It seems like you went into it ready to be mad and waiting for something to complain about.
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