GONE WITH THE WIND MOVIE CAST - DOCUMENT SIGNED - HFSID 274915
GONE WITH THE WIND: THOMAS MITCHELL In the best year of his career, Mitchell is loaned out to play Scarlett's father. Document signed: "Daniel T. O'Shea" on behalf of Selznick International Pictures, 3p, 8½x11. Also signed by a Vice President of Columbia Pictures (name illegible).
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GONE WITH THE WIND: THOMAS MITCHELL
In the best year of his career, Mitchell is loaned out to play Scarlett's father.
Document signed: "Daniel T. O'Shea" on behalf of Selznick International Pictures, 3p, 8½x11. Also signed by a Vice President of Columbia Pictures (name illegible). Hollywood, California, 1939 January 26. Loan-out agreement by which Columbia Pictures loans to Selznick International Pictures the services of Thomas Mitchell - currently working on Columbia's film Plane No. 4 to portray "Gerald O'Hara" in the feature film, Gone with the Wind. Lightly toned. Paperclip impression in upper left. Staple holes in two pages. Otherwise, fine condition. Accompanied by unsigned photo of Thomas Mitchell (b/w, 8x10). Minor surface flaw in lower left corner. Otherwise, fine condition. In 1939, the epic film, Gone With The Wind, based on Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel of the same name, broke box office records and won ten Oscars (against stiff competition). The saga of the old South remains one of the most beloved films of all time. Thomas Mitchell (1892-1962), a successful playwright and Broadway actor, had a stellar film year in 1939, appearing in five classic movies: Gone with the Wind, Stagecoach (for which he won an Oscar as Best Supporting Actor), Only Angels Have Wings (the name ultimately given to the "Plane No. 4" project), Mr. Smith Goes to Washington and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The Oscar (and a subsequent Tony and Emmy) notwithstanding, Mitchell is best remembered as Gerald O'Hara, the master of Tara. Two items.
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