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Gone with the Wind

Cast
Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard, Olivia de Havilland, Hattie McDaniel, Butterfly McQueen, Thomas Mitchell, Barbara O'Neil, Evelyn Keyes, Ann Rutherford, George Reeves, Ward Bond
Released
1939
George Reeves | chloroform
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Scarlett dresses in black in mourning for her husband Charles.
Mammy tells her, “You’s in mourning.” (0:36)

Scarlett tells a confederate soldier, “We’re in mourning.” (0:40)

Aunt Pittypat tells Mrs. Merriwether and Mrs. Meade, “I think I shall faint.”
Pittypat has fainted. (0:42)

Rhett Butler tells Scarlett, “I thought it was about time I got you out of that fake mourning. (0:46)

Title: “Panic hit the city with the first of Sherman’s shells...” (1:01)

Wounded soldier: “These animules is driving me crazy.”
His assistant tells Dr. Meade, “We’re all out of chloroform.” (1:03)

Rhett tells Scarlett, “Panic’s a pretty sight, isn’t it.” (1:07)

Pittypat tells Scarlett, referring to exploding shells, “I’ll faint every time I hear one.” (1:08)

Dr. Meade asks Scarlett, “Are you crazy?”
”No chloroform.” (1:16)

Slave Prissy: “Miss Melly done fainted way back, Captain butler.”

Rhett: “Scarlett, are you still determined to do this crazy thing?”
”... and if a bullet gets me so help me I’ll laugh at myself for being an idiot.” (1:28)

Scarlett learns that her mother Ellen has died. (1:37)

Her father Gerald tells Scarlett, “Your not knowing spirits, you’ll make yourself tipsy.”
Scarlett: “I hope it makes me drunk. I’d like to be drunk.”
Gerald, denying Ellen’s death: “We must ask Mrs. O’Hara (1:39)

Tara’s previous overseer Jonas, tells Scarlett, “I know your father’s turned idiot.” (2:09)

Gerald’s and Ellen’s grave stones. (2:11)

Scarlett tells Melanie, “If you don’t tell me I’ll go crazy.” (2:34)

Scarlett, referring to the men: “Melly, they’re drunk.”
Melanie: “So you’ve got my husband intoxicated again, Captain Butler.”
She tells Yankee soldier Tom, “If you arrest all the men who get intoxicated in Atlanta, you must have a good many Yankees in jail, Captain.”
Ashley: “I ain’t so very drunk, Melly.”
Rhett tells Tom, “I’ve seen him drunker. I’ve seen you drunker.” (2:37)

Madame Belle: “Why, Mrs. Wilkes, you must have lost your mind.” (2:43)

Mammy tells Scarlett, referring to Rhett, “I told him you was prostrate with grief.” (2:46)

Scarlett tells Rhett, “I shall faint.”
Rhett: “I want you to faint.” (2:51)

Scarlett tells Rhett, “You’re drunk, and I’m going to bed.”
Rhett: ”I’m very drunk.”
Scarlett: ”If you weren’t so drunk and insulting I could explain everything.”
“Take you hands off me you drunken fool.” (3:15)

Rhett tells Scarlett, “I was very drunk...” (3:20)

Her nurse tells Rhett, referring to his daughter Bonnie, “Well of course, sir, if you want her to grow up nervous and cowardly...” (3:23)

Pittypat tells Rhett, referring to Scarlett, “She’s delirious.” (3:26)

Rhett tells Melanie, “I was crazy with jealousy.” (3:28)

Scarlett faints when Bonnie falls from the pony. (3:32)

Mammy tells Melanie, referring to Rhett, “He done lost his mind these last couple of days.”
Referring to Bonnie: ”When Dr. Meade say her neck broke... I think he go out and shoot hisself.”
Melanie: “Mammy, he has lost his mind.” (3:33)

Mammy: “Oh Lord, please help Mr. Rhett in this hour of his grief.” (3:35)

Scarlett: “I’ll go crazy if I do.” (3:47)

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