Gone With the Wind


Gone with the Wind may refer to:

  • Gone with the Wind (novel), a 1936 novel by Margaret Mitchell
  • Gone with the Wind (film), 1939 adaptation of the novel
  • Gone with the Wind (musical), 2008 musical based on the novel
  • Scarlett (musical), retitled Gone with the Wind for the 1972 London production
  • Gone with the Wind (album), a jazz album released by The Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1959
  • "Gone with the Wind" (song), popular song by Allie Wrubel and Herb Magidson published in 1937
  • "Gone with the Wind", song by Blackmore’s Night from their 1999 album Under a Violet Moon
  • "Gone with the Wind", a song by Vanessa Hudgens from her second album, Identified
  • "Gone with the Wind", song by Architects from their 2016 album All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us
Other uses
  • "Gone with the Wind", an episode of The Cleveland Show (season 1)
See also
  • Scarlett (miniseries), based loosely on novel Scarlett, sequel to Gone with the Wind
  • All pages with a title containing Gone with the Wind

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