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Director: John Erman

Cast: Joanne Whalley, Timothy Dalton, Barbara Barrie


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John Erman's made-for-television adaptation of the "sequel" to Gone With the Wind, Scarlett, comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials…  See more details below


John Erman's made-for-television adaptation of the "sequel" to Gone With the Wind, Scarlett, comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original broadcast aspect ratio of 1.33:1. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include a making-of featurette. This is a decent release from Artisan that will appeal primarily to those with fond memories of the film or Gone With the Wind enthusiasts.

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Release Date:
Original Release:
Lions Gate
Region Code:
[Full Frame]
[Dolby Digital]

Special Features

Closed Caption; Special behind-the-scenes making of; Full-screen version; 2.0 English Dolby Digital audio; Digitally mastered; Scene access

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Scarlett
1. Opening Credits [9:20]
2. Scarlett Comes Home [6:26]
3. Rhett & Scarlett's Agreement [8:36]
4. Wilke's Residence [5:33]
5. Wilke's Lumber [5:32]
6. Masquerade Ball [6:10]
7. Mother in Law Knows All [15:12]
8. The Great Outdoors [13:20]
9. The Storm [8:34]
10. Recovery [7:38]
11. Coward [4:10]
2. Visiting Grandmother [4:27]
3. Cousin O'Hara & Family [1:04]
4. Father O'Hara's Secret [6:47]
5. Scarlett Goes to Church [8:07]
6. The Letter [6:59]
7. Fire in Another Town [5:57]
8. When Night Falls [8:47]
9. Rhett's New Love Interest [8:02]
10. Harsh Living Conditions [13:13]
11. Here's To Scarlett O'Hara [2:42]
12. Scarlett's Painful Birth [14:26]
Disc #2 -- Scarlett
1. The Dinner [7:30]
2. The Reverend's Secret [5:18]
3. Town Fair [7:45]
4. Hunting With Hounds [6:44]
5. Generosity [6:45]
6. I'm Still In Love With You [5:14]
7. Passion [8:00]
8. Bon Voyage [11:50]
9. Ashley & Scarlett Re-Unite [9:27]
10. Lord Fenton's Secret [6:08]
11. Rhett's Fantasy [9:07]
12. The Priest Is Killed [3:56]
13. Funeral [:00]
1. Fevers Are Spreading [8:21]
2. Dinner Party [7:20]
3. Bad News [5:29]
4. Scarlett In Jail [3:19]
5. Rhett Visits the Jailhouse [11:25]
6. The Trial Begins [6:28]
7. Rhett Testifies In Court [10:08]
8. Scarlett's Testimony [4:48]
9. Mary Confesses [8:39]
10. A Family At Last [5:14]
11. End Credits [4:09]

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Scarlett 2.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I love the cinematopraphy in this film showcasing the glory of Eire or Ireland. Scarlett is less villainous and more chilvarious as she that the plight during the Civil War is not unique to her. It's seems, though, that Scarlett is a little bit too tame and Rhett Butler equally too sedate. Where's the passion, by God? Joanne Whalley-Kilmer does a fantastical job and is beautiful, I must admit, but Gone With The Wind is just a hard prequel to beat. Lord Fenton, played by Sean Bean, is exquisitely cruel, evil and sadistic to the point you want to kill him. Good Film.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a big GWTW fan, and after I read Scarlett I couldn't wait to see the movie. I was terribly disappointed. It was entirely different from the book. They plot wasn't even the same, and they changed several of the characters' personalities, and that upset me. Lord Fenton was made out to be an awful, cruel man, when in the book he wasn't all that bad. Just because of Lord Fenton, I strongly caution parents with younger children not to let them see it. If you've seen the movie, but haven't read the book, don't let the movie influence you against reading the book. The book is much better.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought this was an excellant sequel to GWTW. GWTW leaves you hanging and this movie portrayes a happy ending so now America can rest assured that Scarlett and Rhett are together. It wasn't as good as Gone With the Wind, not much will be, but it did a good job as the sequel. Timothy Dalton was excellant as Rhett Butter! he even looked a little like Clark Gable!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a big fan of the movie ''Gone with the Wind'' and was very happy when I saw ''Scarlett.'' I like the ending in ''Scarlett'' better because she got back with Rhett. I thought that the actors did a remarkable job in their portrayal of the characters...
Guest More than 1 year ago
An adorable, wonderfully amazing love story of ALL times! True, it was very different in the end a lot but it was just beautiful!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought that Scarlett was a great movie. the Movie was different from the book, but it was still pretty good. When I first read the book I was saying to myself Scarlett would never do that, the same applies to the movie. But You have to stop comparing it to GWTW. Remember in Scarlett Scarlett is grown up now not a child like in GWTW. It may have lost some of the charm of GWTW, But I still though it was a good read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It a wonderful movie.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Scarlett is an exellent movie. Picks up where Gone with the Wind left off. Excellent choice in actors and actresses. Wonderful gift.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Gone with the Wind was a great movie, untouchable. It easily captured the story and richness of the novel. ''Scarlett'', was also a great novel, but the movie is poorly cast. Actors leave much to be desired. Jane Badlen (''V'''s Diana) would have made a superior Scarlett, and I could think of a dozen actors that would have made a better Rhett than a ''007'' has-been. I think that anyone who has seen the original will be greatly disappointed. This movie Truly fails to bring the novel's dramatic ending to life.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This movie was terrible! One stars for making me laugh!! I read the book, and I thought it was alright, it hard to compare to Gwtw but Scarlett as a book was pretty good, Scarlett as the sequal wasn't all that great. The movie is a different story completly! It didn't even come close to the book! what's with all the murder and rape?!? I'd hate for my daughter to see that! Save your money, unless you want a good laugh!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved the original GWTW novel as well as the movie. I also loved the Scarlett, the sequel, novel. THE MINISERIES, HOWEVER, WAS DONE VERY BADLY. I'm sorry, but Joanne Whalley was a very poor choice for Scarlett O'Hara. She doesn't even have green eyes, much less the power and acting ability to portray such a STRONG-WILLED character. Ol' Tim Dalton was okay as Rhett. At least he was handsome enough, but not too strong an actor to play Rhett Butler, himself. The miniseries is very disappointing. :(
Guest More than 1 year ago
When I first saw the movie Gone With the Wind, I fell in love with the story and the characters. Just as I thought that there was no better story in the world I read the book.I loved the book even more than the movie. Naturally, when I found out that they had made a sequel to my favorite book/movie I rushed out to watch it. I have to say that I was very disappointed.The actors could in no way match up to the original cast. To try to give the story a far chance I decided to order and read the book. Not much better. If the title of the two things were not the same ,you'd never guess it was the same story.The plots were completely different ,but equally bad. I have to say in all honesty,if you must know the story read the book. The acting in the movie will make you want to cry for the original cast.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think ''Scarlett,'' both the movie and the book, are trashy insults to ''Gone With The Wind.'' It represents cheap, commonplace lust as opposed to a beautiful, sweeping Southern romance. Rhett Butler and Scarlett O' Hara were classically represented in Vivian Leigh and Clark Gable; ''Gone With The Wind'' leaves the viewer with certainty that Scarlett will get Rhett back; her scheming has worked all her life; why not now? ''Scarlett'' is just ridiculous for a sequel, the veiwer should be left to imagine how they cross paths and rekindle a pure, honest love together. WASTE OF TIME!!!!