1939 was a blockbuster year for movie classics. "Gone With the Wind" and "The Wizard of Oz" won Oscars. The third was "Jesse James," produced in the Ozarks. All three were the first filmed in technicolor. Jesse James' outlaw ways changed Missouri history, and one scene filmed here at the Lake changed how motion pictures were made. Steve Grant reports.
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