What month did Gone With the Wind air?
It debuted in December, but wasn't in American theaters until January.
Source of the title "Gone with the Wind" The phrase "Gone with the Wind" refers to the swift and complete destruction of the "Old South" -the culture, economic system, infrastructure, wealth, and the people themselves - as a result of the Civil War. The film's opening credits refer to the "Old South" as "a civilization gone with the wind..."
Train, roll on, on down the line. Won't you, please, take me far away. Now I feel the wind blow outside my door. Means I'm, I'm leaving my woman at home. Tuesday's gone with the wind. Oh, my baby's gone with the wind. And I just don't know, oh, where I'm going. I just want to be left alone. Well, when this train ends I'll try again oh, but I'm leaving my woman at home…