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Victor Fleming Screening Room

The History

One of the most famous filmmakers of his time – most famous for directing “Gone with a Wind” and “The Wizzard of OZ”. He filmed a silent movie on the ranch in 1926 and recommended the experience to Margaret Mitchell, who was inspired enough to write “Gone with the Wind” on the ranch. So we can therefore assume “Gone with the Wind” novel and movie might not have happened if not for The Rancho De La Osa! Just a theory!

The Room

ROOM RATE – Premium

This room has a king bed with these amenities:

  • Full Ranch Breakfast
  • Keurig coffee maker
  • Diffusers with essential oils
  • Wi-Fi
  • Hair dryer
  • Fire place