David Selznick (1902-1965) belonged to a select group of Hollywood producers as well-known as the actors they employed. Neurotic, a perfectionist, and an acknowledged genius, Selznick was in many ways his own creation. He collaborated on some of Alfred Hitchcock's most successful pictures, and produced, at age 37, the most beloved film of all time, Gone with the Wind.
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