Scarlett Movie Review 1994

Information and Film Reviews for Scarlett the Movie

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Well, fiddle-dee-dee. While purists may object to any tampering of "Gone With the Wind," this epic TV miniseries, from the Alexandra Ripley novel, manages to be good if overlong fun for those willing to sit back and relax. Scarlett tries to get back Tara and Rhett (they divorce but still battle continuously); explores her Irish family ties and even moves to Ireland; then gets involved with the wrong man and is accused of murder so Rhett can save her and everything can turn out okay (there's lots more). The big budget is up on-screen with lavish costumes and sets and a big cast--although why two Brits got the leads in this Southern melodrama is anyone's guess (Whalley and Dalton try hard).


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Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 360 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Romantic Drama, Savannah, Period Piece: 19th Century, Ireland, American South, Southern Belles, Family Ties, Atlanta
William Hanley
Joanne Whalley, Timothy Dalton, Ann-Margret, Barbara Barrie, Sean Bean, Brian Bedford, Stephen Collins, John Gielgud, Annabeth Gish, George Grizzard, Julie Harris, Tina Kellegher, Melissa Leo, Colm Meaney, Esther Rolle, Jean Smart, Elizabeth Wilson, Paul Winfield, Betsy Blair, Peter Eyre, Pippa Guard, Ronald Pickup, Gary Raymond, Dorothy Tutin
John Erman
John Morris
John Erman, Richard Rosenbloom, Jr. Robert Halmi, Inc. RHI Entertainment

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