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'Gone With The Wind' is coming back to theaters for its 75th anniversary

According to Broadway World, it was announced yesterday, Aug. 2, that "Gone With The Wind" was coming back to theaters in honor of its 75th Anniversary. Fathom Events, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment, and TCM are joining together to bring the classic back to select theaters nationwide on Sept. 28 and Oct. 1. So it will be shown on a Sunday and Wednesday.

The event is called, "TCM Presents: Gone With The Wind" and the movie will be shown in its original aspect, it will be taking viewers back to 75 years ago when it first was released. The event will be presented in more than 650 theaters, visit the website to see if it will be located in your area. You can get tickets at participating theaters and online.

The popular classic has been captivating audiences since its release in 1939. Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable had starred in the Margaret Mitchell based film as Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler. The sweeping epic won the Academy Award for Best Picture. Now many years later people will have a chance to see the classic in theaters. Not only will there will be a showing of "Gone With The Wind," but there will be a special produced introduction by TCM's own Robert Osbourne.

So if you enjoy "Gone With The Wind," check out Fanthom Events to see prices, times, and where a theater near you will be airing this event. If you can't make it to the event, you can always pick up the 75th Anniversary Blu-ray set, that is coming out on Sept. 30.

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