Lifesized cardboard cutout of Scarlett O'Hara in a white and green dress wearing a hat. Scarlett O'Hara was the daughter of Gerald O'Hara and lived on her father's plantation outside of Atlanta, Georgia during the time of the Civil War.
This aerial view shows us the Tara mansion from “Gone With The Wind” sitting in ruins on the 40 Acres back lot, circa 1959. By this point, it was more than 20 years old, so I’m rather impressed it was still recognizable—considering it was built for one movie, and such things weren’t meant to last. And isn’t it interesting / odd / disconcerting to see Culver City in the background and not acres of cotton plantation?
Pinner wrote:Holy similar! At top is a photo of Margaret Mitchell, author of Gone With the Wind, with students at Georgia Tech. Below is a 1939 photo of Margaret Mitchell’s famous character, Scarlett O’Hara, on the set of Gone With the Wind.
Olivia de Havilland&Vivien Leigh on the set of the Twelve Oaks barbecue during the filming of Gone With The Wind The Twelve Oaks in Covington, GA was the inspiration for the set design for Twelve Oaks in the movie.