Gone With The Wind Hits The Silver Screen For 80th AnniversaryPosted on February 24, 2019 in Events
Gone With The Wind, an all-time classic, is making its way back to the silver screen for its 80th Anniversary, and we are so excited to tell you about it!
Warner Bros. and Fathom Events will show the 1939 classic in participating locations for two days only – Thursday, February 28th and Sunday, March 3rd at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. both days. Click here to see if the movie will be showing in your location!
Margaret Mitchell published Gone With The Wind as a novel in 1936 and claimed the best-selling title in both 1936 and 1937. Gone With The Wind was first released on film in 1939 by Warner Bros. with a star-studded premiere event at none other than — you guessed it — The Georgian Terrace! The event was held at the hotel’s Grand Ballroom, and we can almost picture Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh swaying to the music playing that night.
If you’re in the Atlanta area and get to catch the comeback premiere of this age-old classic, stop by the Georgian Terrace to experience the legacy that continues to thrive! Stop by Livingston Restaurant & Bar or Edgar’s Proof & Provision to grab a delicious Southern meal and a “Frankly My Dear” cocktail handcrafted by one of our mixologists — Clark and Vivien would insist!