|Creator:||Théâtre Marigny (Paris, France).|
|Title:||Théâtre Marigny poster for Gone in the Wind (French)|
|Quantity:||0.1 Linear feet (1 oversized folder B)|
Gone With the Wind, written by Margaret Mitchell, was one of the most popular books of all time. The novel was published in 1936 and sold more than a million copies in the first six months, a phenomenal feat considering it was during the Great Depression era. More than 30 million copies of this Civil War-era masterpiece have been sold worldwide in thirty-eight countries. It has been translated into twenty-seven languages. Approximately 250,000 copies are still sold each year.
The Théâtre Marigny is a Parisian theater.
The collection consists of a poster for the French adaptation of "Gone with the wind" for Théâtre Marigny.
Théâtre Marigny poster, MS 3468. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.
Related materials available in the following collections of this repository: Letters to C. Mildred Thompson, 1937-1938; Gone with the Wind theatre pressbook; Margaret Mitchell family papers, 1852-1975 (bulk 1936-1949); Margaret Mitchell miscellany; Gone with the Wind screen tests and outtakes, 1939; Margaret Mitchell scrapbook; Gone with the Wind scrapbook; Margaret Mitchell photographs.