“Thanks for the Memory” (1938) is titled after what would soon become Hope’s well-known theme song. He plays novelist Steve Merrick who is struggling to complete his book. His wife Anne (Shirley Ross) decides to take a job to help pay the bills. She goes to work for Steve’s publisher who also happens to be her former fiancée who still has a thing for her and wants to get her out of the house. This is the weakest film in the set.
It’s hard not to wrestle with the history of the film, and Spike Lee has decidedly dismissed it. He’s not unfair for doing so; there are a lot of problems with the text.
Winner of 10 Academy Awards including Best Picture, and still history's all time domestic box-office champion ($1.5 billion), Gone with the Wind has long been considered the most celebrated motion picture of all time. On November 17, Warner Home Video will honor the romantic epic with a stunningly restored and remastered version, available for the first time on Blu-ray. Gone with the Wind [70th Anniversary Ultimate Collector's Edition] is sure to be a "must-have" for collectors of classic films, available both in Blu-ray as well as on DVD.
The highlight of this new Blu-ray version of Gone with the Wind is how it looks and sounds. As they've done with Wizard of Oz, Warner Home Video continues to maximize what the Blu-ray format
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