The South/show Business: Back With the WIND

"I'll think of it all tomorrow, at Tara ... Tomorrow, I'll think of some way to get him back. After all, tomorrow is another day."

Almost forty years have passed since Scarlett O'Hara, spurned by Rhett Butler, sat down on the stairway of her Atlanta house to mull over the future. Now, at last, Scarlett's petty-paced tomorrow is about to dawn—in a new novel and movie. Hollywood Producers Richard Zanuck and David Brown have won the right to produce a movie sequel to Margaret Mitchell's classic tale of the Old South, Gone With the Wind.

The sequel, which the producers plan to call...

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