Entertainment: Scarlett and Rhett At Home

Scarlett and Rhett At Home

Despite the box-office success of such recent blockbusters as E.T. and Star Wars, no movie has topped Gone With the Wind. When measured in inflationadjusted dollars, the 1939 saga of Rhett Butler and Scarlett O'Hara has reaped $400 million in ticket sales, making it the biggest film bonanza of all time.

Now GWTW is storming the family living room. Since it appeared on store shelves a month ago as an $89.95 double- videocassette package, the 3-hr. 51- min. epic has zoomed toward the top of the sales charts. For the past three weeks it has claimed second place behind leader Star...

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