The Filming of Gone with the Wind

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Mercer University Press, 1998 - Performing Arts - 283 pages
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This is George P. Oslin's life work. Among hundreds who told him their experiences were Thomas A. Edison, William Henry Jackson (Civil War soldier, pioneer photographer, and covered wagon bullwhacker), and William Campbell (last surviving Pony Express rider). Facts from company documents, thousands of newspapers, magazines, and books, and more than 100,000 letters and diaries of the pioneers were pieced together and condensed into the real story of their struggles, strategy, and success.
 

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Page viii - B. Platt Interior Decoration By Edward G. Boyle Supervising Film Editor Hal C. Kern Associate Film Editor James E. Newcom Scenario Assistant Barbara Keon Recorder Frank Maker Makeup and Hair Styling Monty Westmore Associates Hazel Rogers Ben Nye Dance Directors Front Floyd Eddie Prinz Historian Wilbur G.
Page viii - Floyd Eddie Prinz Historian Wilbur G. Kurtz Technical Advisers Susan Myrick Will Price Research Lillian K. Deighton Production Manager Raymond A. Klune Technicolor Co. Supervisor Natalie Kalmus Associate Henri Jaffa Assistant Director Eric G. Stacey Second Assistant Director Ridgeway Callow Production Continuity Lydia Schiller Connie Earle Mechanical Engineer RD Musgrave Construction Superintendent Harold Fenton Chief Grip Fred Williams In Charge of Wardrobe Edward P.
Page viii - ... Production Manager Raymond A. Klune Technicolor Co. Supervisor Natalie Kalmus Associate Henri Jaffa Assistant Director Eric G. Stacey Second Assistant Director Ridgeway Callow Production Continuity Lydia Schiller Connie Earle Mechanical Engineer RD Musgrave Construction Superintendent Harold Fenton Chief Grip Fred Williams In Charge of Wardrobe Edward P. Lambert Associates Marian Dabney Elmer Ellsworth Casting Managers Charles Richards Fred Schuessler Location Manager Mason Litton Scenic Department...
Page viii - GONE WITH THE WIND" SCREEN PLAY BY SIDNEY HOWARD The Production Designed By . . . William Cameron Menzies Art Direction By Lyle Wheeler Photographed By Ernest Holler, ASC Technicolor Associates Kay Rennahan, ASC...
Page vii - WILLIAM McCLAIN OUTSIDE THE EXAMINER OFFICE: UNCLE PETER ........ EDDIE ANDERSON PHIL MEADE ......... JACKIE MORAN AT THE HOSPITAL: REMINISCENT SOLDIER ..... CLIFF EDWA BELLE WATLING...
Page vii - HAMILTON RAND BROOKS FRANK KENNEDY CARROLL NYE CATHLEEN CALVERT . . . . MARCELLA MARTIN RHETT BUTLER CLARK GABLE AT THE BAZAAR IN ATLANTA: AUNT "PITTYPAT" HAMILTON LAURA HOPE CREWS DOCTOR MEADE ....... HARRY DAVENPORT MRS.

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About the author (1998)

Herb Bridges studied history at the University of Georgia. For years his avocation and his first love has been Gone With the Wind. His collection of items associated with the publication and filming of the great novel of the South long ago reached legendary proportions,

and is now claimed to be the largest in the world.

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