Find great deals on eBay for Gone with The Wind Music Box in Music Boxes From 1970- Now. GWTW vintage, retired and hard to find collectibles and memorabilia including Franklin Mint dolls, plates, figurines, purses, home decor, jewelry, cross stitch, autographs, posters, lithographs and rare 1940 vintage gone with the wind collectibles. Ardleigh Elliot made many beautiful Gone With The Wind music boxes and musical trinket boxes, most produced during the early to mid 1990’s. Lot Of 3 Gone With The Wind Music Boxes Scarlett O’hara Rhett Butler W.S.
Gone With The Wind collectibles and movie memorabilia. San Francisco Music Box Co. EXCHANGE POLICY: Exchanges are accepted within 15 days from date of purchase (provided the condition/integrity of the collectible has not been altered/damaged) for an item of comparable value, or to be applied against an item of higher value. Vintage Porcelain 1984 Adorable Angel Music Box by Roman Inc. In its production values, ‘Gone With the Wind’ epitomizes class, and Selznick spared no expense with regard to set design, costumes, and scenes of thrilling spectacle.
San francisco music box gone with the wind why thats rhett butler figurine new in boxvendor: 842970049852manufacturer: san francisco music box companyrelive the moment when scarlett meets rhett for the first time. Vintage 1981 Garfield Enesco Ceramic Figurine Rhett Butler Gone With The Wind. Delicate ceramic music box in mint condition, with gold tone trim. Plays the theme from Gone With The Wind. Antique Living Puppet Toy from the 1930s. Music Related/Music Boxes and Related–vintage, antique and collectible–available for sale at TIAS.com.
And why not wash it all down with Gone With the Wind wine, vintage 1990, made by that noted Old South vintner Fujisankei? Item Details. A Gone With The Wind music box and other collectibles. The music box comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA), and has an offset lithograph transfer depicting Scarlet in Rhett Butler’s arms by artist William T. But if you don’t already have the previously released Blu, there’s much to pore over here, with vintage newsreels touting the production and release of the film and documenting the eternally compelling (to me, at least) Search for Scarlett that ended that fiery night on the Warner Brothers backlot with Myron Selznick introducing a backlit Leigh to his brother David and announcing, Hey, genius, here’s your Scarlett O’Hara. Gone with the Wind is a 1939 American epic-historical romance film adapted from Margaret Mitchell’s 1936 novel Gone with the Wind. Steiner drew considerably on folk and patriotic music, which included Stephen Foster tunes such as Louisiana Belle, Dolly Day, Ringo De Banjo, Beautiful Dreamer, Old Folks at Home, and Katie Belle, which formed the basis of Scarlett’s theme; other tunes that feature prominently are: Marching through Georgia by Henry Clay Work, Dixie, Garryowen and The Bonnie Blue Flag. However, while its production values, technical achievements, and scale of ambition were universally recognized, some of the more notable reviewers of the time found the film to be dramatically lacking. Gone with the Wind has grossed over 390 million globally at the box office; Elvis Presley, Disney characters, Gone With The Wind, snowglobe train, Mickey Mouse, and USMC – U. The USMC motto and emblem are finely etched on the music box while the mirrored lid is inscribed with the Core Values of the Marines. This 1992 (original issue) porcelain musicbox features Scarlett O’Hara, as Rhett Butler carries her up a staircase, from the famed scene from Gone. This item from Lilac Vintage jewelry antiques collectibles is now SOLD.