Things you never knew about Gone With The Wind

[post_page_title]Snapping up the rights[/post_page_title]
Gone with the Wind was a captivating story and just one month after the novel was released Selznick bought the rights to film the story.

Snapping up the rights

For the price of $50,000, Selnick was allowed to recreate the author’s story for the big screen. The book was a huge success and copies were flying off the shelves immediately after it was published. To date, the novel has sold over 30 million copies and it rivals the bible as one of the most popular books in America.

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