Gone With The Wind was temporarily taken off a streaming service amid criticism of its depiction of slavery.
Born: July 1, 1916 Best known for: “The Adventures of Robin Hood,” “Gone With the Wind,” and two Oscar-winning performances, “To Each His Own” and “The Heiress” First claim to fame: Gossip magazines offered endless coverage of her feud with sister Joan Fontaine, which lasted for decades Second (and more important) claim to fame: She helped end the old studio […]
HBO has returned Gone With The Wind to its streaming service HBO Max, including a preceding video explaining that the movie 'denies the horrors of slavery'.
After temporarily removing iconic movie Gone With The Wind from its streaming platform last week, HBO has revealed how it will reintroduce the title to its catalogue.
HBO's new streaming platform HBO Max has temporarily removed Gone With The Wind from its service over its outdated depiction of the American south during slavery.
Leslie Howard’s glittering career and complex personal life was cut tragically short in mysterious circumstances during World War 2.
A movie theatre in Memphis has axed an annual screening of 'Gone With The Wind', after complaints that it is racially insensitive, given recent events in the US.
It appears that the golden age of cinema prior to colour is in danger of being forgotten by consequent generations.
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One of the most important and expensive pieces of movie memorabilia that once belonged to Michael Jackson has disappeared without a trace. Lawyers are desperately trying to locate the Best Picture Oscar, awarded to ‘Gone With The Wind’ in 1939, after it mysteriously vanished from the singer’s estate at some point following his death. The King of Pop, who died in 2009, bought the trophy for $1.54 million (£1.1 million) at a Sotheby’s auction in 1999 but the executors of his will have been unable to find it amongst his possessions.