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Production[ edit ] Before publication of the novel, several Hollywood executives and studios declined to create a film based on it, including Louis B. Selznick of Selznick International Pictures.
Warner liked the story, but Warner Bros. Selznick changed his mind after his story editor Kay Brown and business partner John Hay Whitney urged him to buy the film rights. Selznick began a nationwide casting call that interviewed 1, unknowns. Katharine Hepburn lobbied hard for the role with the support of her friend, George Cukor, who had been hired to direct, but she was vetoed by Selznick who felt she was not right for the part.
However, Hopkins was in her mid-thirties at the time and was considered too old for the part. Leigh's American agent was the London representative of the Myron Selznick talent agency headed by David Selznick's brother, one of the owners of Selznick Internationaland she had requested in February that her name be submitted for consideration as Scarlett.
By the summer of the Selznicks were negotiating with Alexander Kordato whom Leigh was under contract, for her services later that year. In a letter to his wife two days later, Selznick admitted that Leigh was "the Scarlett dark horse", and after a series of screen tests, her casting was announced on January 13, Identically, Miss Leigh's parents are French and Irish.
Fleming was dissatisfied with the script, so Selznick brought in famed writer Ben Hecht to rewrite the entire screenplay within five days.
Hecht returned to Howard's original draft and by the end of the week had succeeded in revising the entire first half of the script. Selznick undertook rewriting the second half himself but fell behind schedule, so Howard returned to work on the script for one week, reworking several key scenes in part two.
Selznick in "By the time of the film's release inthere was some question as to who should receive screen credit", writes Yeck. The fact that Howard's name alone appears on the credits may have been as much a gesture to his memory as to his writing, for in Sidney Howard died at age 48 in a farm-tractor accident, and before the movie's premiere.
Offhand I doubt that there are ten original words of [Oliver] Garrett's in the whole script. As to construction, this is about eighty per cent my own, and the rest divided between Jo Swerling and Sidney Howard, with Hecht having contributed materially to the construction of one sequence.
Hecht was in the middle of working on the film At the Circus for the Marx Brothers. Recalling the episode in a letter to screenwriter friend Gene Fowlerhe said he hadn't read the novel but Selznick and director Fleming could not wait for him to read it.
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