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    Vivien Leigh has her corset tightened by Hattie McDaniel in a publicity still issued for the film, "Gone with the Wind", 1939

  • Ana Ráez

    "Gone with the Wind"... Love this movie scene

  • Paul Taylor

    Hattie McDaniel | In 1939, McDaniel accepted a role that would mark the highlight of her entertainment career. As Mammy, Scarlett O'Hara's house servant in Gone with the Wind, McDaniel earned the 1940 Academy Award for best supporting actress—becoming the first African American to win an Oscar. All of the film's black actors, including McDaniel, were barred from attending the film's premiere in 1939, aired at the Loew's Grand Theatre on Peachtree Street in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Fox Rhea

    Hattie McDaniel with Scarlet O' Hara: Gone With The Wind

  • Debbie LG

    Gone With the Wind. My favorite movie ever and my two most favorite women....

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