He was a movie producer who was ahead of his time. He took a chance on an unknown author and her first book that could have been a flop. He paid the most for the film rights in 1936 than had ever been paid before. And the book could have been a flop! Come and find out how he accomplished making Gone With The Wind (GWTW) and why did Hollywood call this Selznick's Folly. Join Judy DeBolt as she takes you through the process to bring GWTW to the screen. If you have not heard her Margaret Mitchell presentation on how she wrote the book, it is highly recommended that you also attend that class. Consider retaking this class since Judy will share with you her experiences last summer while at the University of Texas in Austin and viewing original costumes from GWTW which are housed in the Harry Ransom Center. You will not be disappointed.