Gone with the Wind

Autant en Emporte le Vent

1960s French 1-panel 47x63" (120x160cm)

Artist: Soubie, Roger (1898-1984)

Grade: Very Good to Fine


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English title: Gone with the Wind

Poster title: Autant en Emporte le Vent

Artist: Soubie, Roger (1898-1984)

Poster Year: 1960s

Poster Origin: French

Size: 1-panel  47x63"  (120x160cm)

Style: re-release

Film title: Gone with the Wind

Film Year: 1939

Film Origin: USA

Film Directors: Victor Fleming George Cukor Sam Wood

Film Actors: Thomas MitchellBarbara O'NeilVivien LeighEvelyn Keyes

Film Genres: Drama| Romance| War

Film Plot: A manipulative Southern belle carries on a turbulent affair with a blockade runner during the American Civil War.

Categories: Bold ColorsClassicsFashionFilmLarge Posters

Keywords: 1930s1960sAFIawardscivil warDamsel in Distressdressembracefirehorseredsouthernyellow

Grade: C5  Very Good to Fine. Folded, single-sided. Theater used poster with moderate handling/edge/fold wear, pinholes around the edges, slight miss folds and corner creases repeated throughout, some cross fold separation, a few small tears around the outside, a small missing chip of paper below Scarlet and above the wagons at the right middle, some blue tempra paint in the lower right credits.

Framing: List prices are for posters only. Please inquire to discuss framing options.

Price: $575

This early 60s poster has an amazing image designed by Roger Soubie specifically for this release. Given it’s massive and lasting popularity, Gone with the Wind has probably been re-released into theaters more than any other motion picture in history. However rarely do the re-release materials get as much attention or budget as the first release — which is why posters often end up with derivative or lower quality art, or as is often the case in France, only the printers info changes. Well, business as usual clearly does not apply for Gone with the Wind! What is really interesting is that this embrace design that is so famously associated with this film, wasn’t even used before 1961, making this one the earliest and most beautiful executions. This poster would look amazing framed as-is, but it can also be linen-backed if you prefer a cleaner/fresher look. Do not miss out!

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