Clark Gable - "Gone With The Wind" (1939) - Costume designer : Walter Plunkett

GWTW: the scene (Rhett at Twelve Oaks, aside and silent - at first - as the men boast of the Confederate's easy victory should there be war)

Articles about 'Gone with the Wind' in the Chicago Sunday Tribune, Jan. 1940

Articles about 'Gone with the Wind' in the Chicago Sunday Tribune, Jan. Two of my favorites - Gone with the Wind and Chicago.

food/beverages - New Orleans Honeymoon

Scarlett was a fool, Rhet Butler is so handsome, and he loved her ! Like sheesh no brainer.

Favorite GWTW gown for Scarlett <3 Even if it's only a portrait, I simply adore the style, the color, the lace, everything

Favorite GWTW gown for Scarlett Even if it's only a portrait, I simply adore the style, the color, the lace, everything

"It's not that easy, Scarlett. You turned me out while you chased Ashley Wilkes....while you dreamed of Ashley Wilkes. This is one night you're not turning me out." Clark Gable did not carry Vivien Leigh up the stairs as he had a bad back. A double was used for this scene.

“It’s not that easy Scarlett. You turned me out while you chased Ashley Wilkes. Dreamed of Ashley Wilkes. This is one night you’re not turning me out.” Rhett Butler - Gone With The Wind

Belle Watling. Does anybody else love her owl lamp? I know she's a prostitute but you can't help but to like the woman!

Does anybody else love her owl lamp? This is the character based on Madam Belle Breezing of Lexington. Margaret Mitchell's husband attended University of Kentucky and worked at the Lexington Herald.

Gone with the Wind - gone-with-the-wind Photo

Mammy said you'd come back. But only to bring Bonnie. Apparently any mother, even a bad one, is better for a child than none. You mean you're going away again? What perception, Mrs. In fact, I left my bags at the station.

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