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“How closely women clutch the very chains that bind them!”

“How closely women clutch the very chains that bind them!” Let that quote sink it. Let it bounce around in your brain for a second. Far too accurate for some people

Butterfly McQueen as Prissy and Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in a wardrobe still for  'Gone With The Wind' (1939)

Butterfly McQueen & Hattie McDaniel: Gone With the Wind - Wardrobe stills. Hattie McDaniel became first African Ameican woman to win an Oscar.she won it for her role as Mammy in the epic film.

Clark Gable on the set of Gone With the Wind (1939)

GWTW: behind the scenes (Clark Gable waiting for the scene of Rhett Butler and the burning of Atlanta)

Vivien Leigh .... "Gone With The Wind" ( 1939)

Vivien Leigh .... "Gone With The Wind" ( 1939)

(pic from vivandlarry.com ) Eyes on the prize much, Mr. Wilkes? lol

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I LOVE Rhett's proposal...hilarious, charming, infuriating...pretty much himself in a nutshell...:)

I LOVE Rhett's proposal.pretty much himself in a nutshell.

Olivia de Havilland

Olivia de Havilland

'Gone With The Wind' (1939), Mammy and her red petticoat ::: Costume Designer: Walter Plunkett

'Gone With The Wind' Mammy and her red petticoat ::: Costume Designer: Walter Plunkett

Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh), Ashley Wilkes (Leslie Howard), and Frank Kennedy (Carol Nye), Gone With the Wind On Set

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