Dorothea Redmond — A CREDIT to Her Profession

80 years ago — January 17, 1940, one of the most highly anticipated and celebrated films to grace the silver screen debuted. Gone With The Wind forever transformed the cinematic experience with its Technicolor retelling of Margaret Mitchell's saga of the old South. While considered a controversial film today due to its subject matter, the vivid setting and visioning of a world long past is credited to William Cameron Menzies, with Art Direction by Lyle Wheeler. Interior designs for the film are credited to Joseph Platt and Edward Boyle, but one name still sadly omitted from the credits of this landmark film is: Dorothea Redmond. The only female artist at Selznick International Pictures, Dor

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