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Vivien Leigh ArchiveThis collection contains studio portraits, candids and a variety of photos from Vivien Leigh's personal life. REGISTERED USERS ONLY.
Film ArchiveThis collection contains film stills, candids, and promotional materials from Vivien Leigh's 19 films. REGISTERED USERS ONLY.
Theatre ArchiveThis collection contains portraits, candids, and play programs from Vivien Leigh's stage performances. REGISTERED USERS ONLY.
Gone with the Winda collection of candid photos, costumes sketches & wardrobe stills, film stills, and promotional materials related to the greatest film of all time. OPEN ACCESS.
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339 viewsDec. 15, 1939 - Atlanta, Ga.: It was hard to keep the fans in line as the first cars approached the intersection on Whitehall and Alabama Streets for the premiere of 'Gone With the Wind.'7 commentsMay 22, 2011
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317 viewsDec. 14, 1939 - Motorcade bearing stars from the movie 'Gone With the Wind' forms at Atlanta Municipal Airport.7 commentsMay 22, 2011
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283 viewsAtlanta, Ga.: A gigantic spotlight shone over the platform at Ponce de Leon and Peachtree in front of the Georgian Terrace Hotel where the stars of 'Gone With the Wind' were introduced and spoke over the radio7 commentsMay 22, 2011
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269 viewsDec. 15, 1939 - Atlanta, Ga - Rhett Butler at Five Points. More people cheer Clark Gable than fought in the Battle of Atlanta. 5 commentsMay 22, 2011
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336 viewsDec 15, 1939- Atlanta, Ga: Margaret Mitchell, author of the bestselling novel 'Gone With The Wind' attends the premier of the long awaited movie. Julian Boehm, (left).7 commentsMay 22, 2011
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393 viewsDec 15, 1939- Atlanta, Ga: Margaret Mitchell, author of the bestselling novel 'Gone With The Wind' attends the premier of the long awaited movie. Julian Boehm presents her with a pink camellia corsage. 7 commentsMay 22, 2011
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307 views5 commentsMay 22, 2011
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438 viewsDec. 13, 1939 - Atlanta, Ga.: Actress Vivien Leigh arrives in Atlanta for the premiere of 'Gone With the Wind.' Actress Olivia De Havilland is just emerging through the door. 7 commentsMay 22, 2011
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261 viewsDec. 14, 1939 - Atlanta, Ga: Clark Gable at the microphone addressing the crowd on the WSB radio platform in front of the Georgian Terrace Hotel on Peachtree Street.2 commentsMay 22, 2011
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344 viewsActress Vivien Leigh and actor Clark Gable meet 'Gone With The Wind' author Margaret Mitchell at a party given by the Atlanta Women's Press Club, Friday afternoon, Dec. 15, 1939.May 22, 2011
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245 viewsDec 14, 1939- Atlanta, Ga. - Here he comes, Clark Gable himself, his arm around the waist of his bride, Carole Lombard, and Mayor Hartsfield waving beside him. Gable declared that he had seen 'millions and millions' of Atlantians along the route of his triumphant parade from the airport through the city.May 22, 2011
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306 viewsDec. 13, 1939 - Atlanta, Ga.: Actress Vivien Leigh in Atlanta for the premiere of 'Gone With the Wind,' walks to the air terminal with Atlanta Police Chief M. A. Hornsby. Man on right is unidentified.May 22, 2011

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