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Scarlett - The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind

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Scarlett

The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind

$ 14.98 MSRP

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Program Details

SKU:
54552
Language:
English
Genre:
Television
Starring:
Joanne Whalley-Kilmer, Timothy Dalton, Annabeth Gish, Julie Harris
Co-Starring:
Ann-Margret, Sean Bean, Jean Smart, George Grizzard
Format:
DVD
Run Time:
6 Hours 4 Minutes
Rating:
PG-13
Region Code:
Region 1
Order Date:
Now Available!
Street Date:
01-17-2017
UPC:
683904545527

Packaging Details

Number of Discs:
1
Product Height (in):
7.5
Product Width (in):
5.25
Product Depth (in):
0.625
Product Weight (oz):
3.5
Carton Height (in):
17.75
Carton Width (in):
7.625
Carton Depth (in):
5.625
Carton Weight (lbs):
7
Carton Qty:
30
Distributed By:
Mill Creek Entertainment
Catalog Title:
Scarlett - The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's Gone With The Wind
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Synopsis

Based on the Sequel to Margaret Mitchell's "GONE WITH THE WIND" by Alexandra Ripley

Scarlett, the mini-series based on Alexandra Ripley’s best-selling sequel to Gone With the Wind, takes up precisely where that story left off, and sees Scarlett O’Hara off on a journey from Atlanta to Charleston and Savannah, to London, and to her ancestral home of Ballyhara in Ireland.

The motive force behind the story is once again the turbulent romance between Scarlett and Rhett Butler. Separated from Scarlett and seeking a divorce, Rhett is now pursued passionately by his wife, who seeks a reconciliation. Frustrated in her effort and unwilling to win Rhett by telling him she is pregnant with their child, Scarlett leaves for Ireland, where she is caught up in the political upheaval of the day, and to England, where she must stand trial for a murder she did not commit.

In a dramatic climax, Rhett rushes to Scarlett’s side, knowing that she needs him and that her life is at stake. Helping to win her acquittal and finally apprised that they have a son, Rhett reunites with Scarlett, conceding that he never stopped loving her.

Scarlett continues what is unarguably the most celebrated story of the American cinema, with all the richness of the original and with an epic sweep that today is seen only in long-form television.