Sketch Of “rhett Butler” In Gone With The Wind
WALTER PLUNKETT COSTUME SKETCH OF CLARK GABLE AS “RHETT BUTLER” IN GONE WITH THE WIND - (MGM, 1939) With 157 titles to his credit including dozens of the greatest films in Hollywood history, Gone With the Wind is arguably his most celebrated work. This 18 in. x 23 in. pencil and gouache on illustration board depicts Rhett Butler’s white linen dress suit, as described directly from Margaret Mitchell’s novel. This is certainly one of the most important costumes from one of the most important films of Hollywood’s golden age. Slight remnants of overlay adhesive along right margin, with “Selznick International Pictures” studio stamp on verso, listing (George) Cukor as director with his “OK” signature.