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On March 22, The Times reported that Hollywood’s actors were honing their Southern drawls in anticipation of a wave of pictures set below the Mason-Dixon line announced by the major studios. These followed on the heels of the blockbuster success of Margaret Mitchell’s novel set in the antebellum South, “Gone With the Wind,” which depicted that slavery world in more flattering ways than we would see today. (The film rights for "Gone With the Wind" had been quickly snapped up by David O. Selznick, but the epic would not reach the big screen for another 21 months)., index latest News this day of events, accidents, crime, law, News unique, Politics, and special reports on the world and International.

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