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  1. 'Gone with the Wind', what comes to your mind when you think of the classic film of 1939? 1. The Great Depression was coming to an end the year of release. 2. WWII was going to start-ironically the story takes place the same time as another famous war a century prior 3. It was the second film by director Victor Fleming to be shown in technicolor 4. It was based on a MASSIVELY successful best selling novel 5. It was also EXTREMELY controversial because of lead heroine Scarlett O'Hara behavior and the treatment of their slaves If you were to overlook all of
  2. The first time I heard of 'Mandingo' I right away saw that it was both a bold and well done novel. When I saw that the film was going to be shown on TCM for the VERY first time, I was stunned. It was one of the best picks Donald Bogle did for discussion with Ben. The film was just as profound as the book itself. The story was not sugar coding anything and told the truth about slavery in the South: Brutal, honest, and ugly! What are your thoughts on the book and film?
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