Gone with the Wind


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Gone with the Wind

The Stillman Theater was known for its Cleveland premiers of many of Hollywood's best films. On January 26, 1940, as advertised in this December 29, 1939 Plain Dealer article, David O. Selznick's Gone with the Wind premiered at the Stillman Theater. A decade earlier, Clevelander's watched and listened for the first time to the so-called first talkie, The Jazz Singer, at the Stillman Theater.


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