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Above, these portrait roundels of Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable were made for the 1939 premiere of “Gone With The Wind” at the Loew’s Grand Theater in Atlanta. They are now on permanent exhibit at the Road To Tara Museum in Jonesboro. Left, “Gone With The Wind” aficionados Saundra Voter and Warren Allen discuss the portrait roundel of Olivia de Havilland at the Road To Tara Museum in Jonesboro last week. The one-of-a-kind portrait is one of four “Gone With The Wind” roundels made for the film’s 1939 premiere. (Staff Photos: Curt Yeomans)

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The Road to Tara Museum in Jonesboro is now the permanent home of four portrait roundels of “Gone With The Wind” stars made for the film’s 1939 premiere.

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