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My first issued Gone the Wind Book.
The Magaret Mitchell desk and her autograph
MARGARET MITCHELLPROFILE, THE AUTHOR OF GONE WITH THE WIND
The vintage famous Book writer Margaret Mitchell only write one book about her own private story, and after
was being the based on Film with the same name ,staring by Clark Gable and Jean Harlow (as Scarlet O Hara), this book became popular. One month ago I have found the first printing hardcover book of this story,printing by the Macmillan Company New York, but in this hardcover book no picture illustrations, that is why I am starting to seeking the related collections , and I onlyhave one The Special Coca Cola trade Card series 4 1995 look at the picture below front and back.
a.In the Front
b.In the back we can read the Coca Cola propaganda like this :
Series 4 The Coca Colla Collections
CLARK GABLE 7 JEAN HARLOW
This card feautures a photograp of famous Hollywood celebrities Clark Gable and Jean Harlow on a movie set in 1932.While taking a break from filming a movie, for refresment they relax and enjoy a glass of ice-cold Coca-Cola.During this era,these two stars the top box-office attractions in America.
THE GONE WITH THE WIND CIGARET TRADE CARD
To know more informations about this book and film, I read the book and write some interesting story
Scarlet O Hara was not beautiful, b ut men seldom realized it when caught by her charm as the Tarleton twins were. In her face were too sharply blended the delicate feautures of her mother. a Coast aristocrat of French descent and the heavy ones of her florid Irish father,But it was an arresting face,pointed of chin,square of jaw. Her eyes were pale green without a touch of hazel,starred with bistly black lashes and slightly tilted at the end.Above them, her thick black brows slantes upward,cutting a startling oblique line in her magnolia-white skin-that skin so prized by Southren women and so carefully guarded with bonnets,veils and mittens against hot Georgia sun.
GONE WITH THE WIND POSTER
The reprint book collections
THE TRADE CARD COLLECTIONS
(1) COCA COLLA TRADE CARD 1995