GONE WITH THE WIND Very 1st Movie Film New York Times REVIEW 1939 NYC Newspaper

GONE WITH THE WIND Very 1st Movie Film New York Times REVIEW 1939 NYC Newspaper (Note: additional images are located below the description) Shown is an original & historic old newspaper, offered to enhance your collectible interest: THE NEW YORK TIMES, December 20, 1939
* Gone With The Wind 1st movie review
* Opening Day in New York City
An inside page has the a review of the "new" film "Gone With The Wind", the most successful movie of all time in terms of ticket sales. The four column head: "David Selznick's 'Gone With The Wind' Has Its Long-Awaited Premiere at Astor and Capitol, Recalling Civil War and Plantation Days of South--Seen as Treating Book with Great Fidelity" & has beneath it a photo captioned: "Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh".
The same page has one column heads: "Broadway Jammed at Twin Premieres" "Thousands at Capital and Astor to See Celebrities at 'Gone With the Wind' " "200 Policemen On duty" "Only Persons With Tickets Permitted to Walk Between 50th adn 51st Streets" with the lengthy article explaining how the huge crowd was handled, and goes on to giving a review of the film. The same page includes an advertisement for the film (see).
Other news, sports and advertisements of the day. Complete in 50 pages, this is the rare rag edition that was produced on very high quality newsprint, with
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