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  • R Reece

    Carol Burnett as 'Starlet O'Hara' and Harvey Korman as 'Captain Ratt Butler', having been complimented on her green velvet curtain dress by Ratt, Starlet replies ”I saw it in the window and I just had to have it.”. From the Carol Burnett Show skit "Went with the Wind!" on November 13,1976.

  • Pauline Wise

    Carol Burnett wearing the curtain rod dress in the skit spoofing Gone With the Wind. "I saw it in the window and just couldn't resist it. " The funniest thing ever!!

  • Betty Jackson

    One of my favorite TV skits of all time: Carol Burnett wearing the curtain rod dress in the skit spoofing Gone With the Wind. "I saw it in the window and just couldn't resist it. "

  • Brenda Welchel

    Carol Burnett as Scarlett O'Hara.. Funny stuff!!!

  • Libby Cooley

    The "Went With The Wind" curtain rod dress. Designer Bob Mackie. The Carol Burnett Show.

  • Vodka,Unicorns, & Lincoln Logs

    Carol Burnett and Harvey Korman as Starlett O'Hara and Rat Butler from 'The Carol Burnett Show' in the famous skit 'Went With The Wind' 1976 Curtain dress costume created by Bob Mackie.

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