Gone With the Wind (MGM) (1967)

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Heading the record parade of GONE WITH THE WIND music, MGM Records is releasing the first album to be taken directly from the sound track of GONE WITH THE WIND. The album consists of 13 selections in stereophonic sound from Max Steiner's memorable score and features this official 32 page illustrated souvenir program of color photographs and text. See the promotion checklist below and plan a strong campaign around this album. 1. CONTACT your local MGM distributor (See list) and make arrangements for a cooperative effort on setting up music store window displays and interior exhibits; 2. PLAN to furnish your leading disc jockeys with copies of the album; 3. ARRANGE for tie-in album give-aways; 4. PLAY the album in advance through your lobby public address system, and use the recording for auditorium music before and after your current feature attraction; SIRO ST This MOM Umited editing ca 5. GIVE the album as a gift to every newspaper movie critic and music critic. DS PHE SPLENDOR OF WEDE SCORERS FOMM ANTS PULL STE RPOPHON EC SOMOMD GONE WITH THE WIND tEARR GABE, VES LEIGH LEAL TEROARD OLR TAdcH MTEL ANB PHTIS STIRRING: PRA ES SOMES TLRS, SNES HISTOR ES PUPP OCH APES, CAPTURED FOREN ERIN THESE PLUS PESTO ER STS ALD MIS PHAGES ACL ATSIET PROM THE CS LOAD COLLECT IO’. Columbia Records has produced the striking three-wing store display (above) featuring the well-known Legacy Albums in conjunction with GONE WITH THE WIND. This will be their major promotion piece used for national distribution. The highly-acclaimed Legacy Series from Columbia Records provides a natural tie-in to this exciting release of GONE WITH THE WIND with two outstanding albums: THE UNION and THE CONFEDERACY. These deluxe book and record packages recapture the stirring era of GONE WITH THE WIND through the music, the pictures, the words, and the sounds of this historic period. THE UNION contains a record featuring the marches and songs of the time, an authentic Civil War cannon shot, Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, and more, plus a 60-page picture book with essays by celebrated historians like Bruce Catton, Allan Nevins, and Clifford Dow by his cousin, Rev. Edmond Jennings Lee, as well as the authentic rebel yell, and marches and songs of the Confederates, along with a 32-page picture book with essays by Bruce Catton and Clifford Dowdey. Another Columbia album—and another natural for GONE WITH THE WIND promotion—is Percy Faith’s top selling album (depicted on this page) of great motion picture themes, featuring ““Tara’s Theme” as the title number. The Columbia Records field promotion staff (listed below) dey. And the companion volume, THE CONFEDERACY, will be eager to cooperate with you in setting up counter displays, window displays, record give-away contests and other ATLANTA, GA. 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Graham 1507 Notre Dame Avenue Belmont, California 94002 (415-591-0496) J. L. Bego J. Dill : 2311 Fountain View Drive 8 Victoria Drive Apt. No. 31 Guilderland, New York (518-482-3764) C. W. Hall 20830 Rutland, Suite 203 Southfield, Mich. 48075 (313-353-7981) R. L. Holt RCA Victor Recording Div. 800 17th Ave. South Nashville, Tennessee (615-255-5781) Houston, Texas 77027 (713-782-7484) C. J. Boyd One Observatory Hill Cincinnati, Ohio 45208 (513-321-5147) W. Cochran Radio Corp. of America 14 Executive Park Drive, N.E. Atlanta, Ga. 30329 (404-634-6131) J. Del Medico 19216 Pacific Highway South R. J. King Apt. 108-16 4940 Marchwood Drive Seattle, Washington 98188 St. Louis County 28, Mo. : (206-824-5591) (314-843-9302) MGM RECORD DISTRIBUTORS DETROIT, MICH. (34) JAY KAY DISTS. 13401 Lyndon Avenue 313/BR 3-7001 John Kaplan Tom Schlessinger Larry Benjamin (P) E. HARTFORD, CONN. 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(87) STAN’S RECORD SHOP 728 Texas Street 318/422-7182 Stan Lewis Ronnie Lewis In conjunction with the re-release of GONE WITH THE WIND, RCA Victor Records is re-issuing its album of music composed and conducted by Max Steiner. The score which took three months to write, $100,000 to record, is reputed to be the longest ever composed for a film. For promotional purposes, you can obtain copies of these albums from the RCA field staff below. RCA VICTOR RECORD FIELDMEN W. Patterson 18 Jackson Road Bloomfield, Conn. (203-242-2315) T. A. Potter 309 Colesville Manor Dr. Silver Spring, Md. (301-384-6240) C. Rice RCA, 6363 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood, Calif. 90028 (213-461-9171 EXT. 335) P. Sklar 2100 Tremont Street Philadelphia, Penn. 19115 (215-OR6-5739) J. G. Trifero Radio Corp. of America 36 West 49th Street New York, N. Y. (MU 9-7200 Ext. RC503) includes a recording of General Lee’s Farewell Address spoken COLUMBIA RECORDS REGION | REGIONAL MGR: REGIONAL MGR: Boston (Waltham), Hartford, Zim Zemarel Jim Green REGIONAL MGR: Gene Ferguson Syracuse 5932 Northwood Drive Columbia Records Sales Hill Road Baltimore, Maryland 21212 3510 Chester Avenue Brentwood, Tennessee 37027 REGIONAL MGR: (301) 435-7668 Cleveland, Ohio 44114 (615) 833-1688 Sal Ingeme Ted Kellem (216) 431-6300 Donald Burt P.O. Box 249 Columbia Records Steve Popovich Columbia Records 4 Penn Center Plaza, Suite 224 Phila., Pennsylvania 19103 (215) LO 8-4445 Earl Rollinson Columbia Records Universal Bldg. No., 16141 West Eight Mile Road Suite 1113 Detroit, Michigan 48235 1875 Connecticut Ave., N.W. (313) 273-8616 Washington, D. C. 20009 Solly Solomon (202) 332-2300 CL Sales Office Charles W. Thagard Porter Bldg. 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Y. 10022 (212) HA 1-4700 SHEET MUSIC THE REMICK MUSIC CORPORATION has published sheet music featuring ““Tara’s Theme” and “My Own True Love’, both depicted on this page. It ts also issuing accordion, choral, orchestral and organ arrangements of ‘Tara's Theme” Contact all retail outlets and provide them with stills, posters and other accessories that will attract public attention to window and interior displays. Also, take advantage of any opportunity to present sheet music to local orchestras in night clubs, hotels, ballrooms and radio and television stations for playing during your run of GONE WITH THE WIND. wet by Ka STEUER Va a Saxe tes READ BREE ON,