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Expect: Art,Literature,Spirituality, a little inspiration,a little social commentary, and a dash of silly stuff.

justlittleclassicfilmthings:

I have this problem where I want to watch Gone With the Wind everyday, but it’s either too late at night, or the fact that I would prefer to not have my heart ripped out of my chest and stomped on for practically four hours by an incredibly attractive couple that stop me.

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adri928:

gone with wind <33 I’m waiting for a guy do to say this and kiss me hard.

Gone with the Wind appreciation post

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napoleon—in—rags:

Gone With The Wind, 1939; Dir: Victor Fleming [George Cukor and Sam Wood, uncredited]. 

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gonewithclass:

poppethobbit:

I made you guys a power point to encourage all fangirls/fanboys to watch this masterpeice

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justlittleclassicfilmthings:

I still can’t get over the fact that Clark Gable didn’t get an Oscar for Gone With The Wind.

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È questo il guaio: dovreste essere baciata, e spesso.

E da qualcuno che sa come farlo.

-Rhett Butler-

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phoebe-tonkin:

“We had been waiting for over an hour for Vivien Leigh (there was miscommunication about the time of the shoot)…the shots were in costume. Clark was pacing back and forth… ‘I couldn’t make love to that dame now if she were the most beautiful woman in the world!’ And then, a rustle of silk, the sweet smell of lilacs and there was the most beautiful woman in the world, standing behind him, touching his shoulder, whispering like a summer breeze… ‘I quite agree, Mr. Gable. If I were a man, I’d tell that Vivien Leigh to go right back to merry old England and fuck herself.’ Gable turned and looked. Leigh looked back. The look in their eyes had flashbulbs in it. Slowly Rhett Butler took Scarlett O’Hara by the arm and walked onto the Southern staircase, talking and smiling as though they’d known each other all their lives.” — MGM stills photographer Clarence Sinclair Bull, as quoted in Long Live the King: A Biography of Clark Gable by Lyn Turnabene (quote from vivandlarry)

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fyeahscarlettohara:

First and last shots of Scarlett and Rhett in Gone With The Wind.

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justlittleclassicfilmthings:

I’ve decided if I have any daughters I’m going to name one of them Scarlett. Scarlett O’Hara is the first classic hollywood star I fell in love with and I admire her so much for her courage, but I also love her for her cruelty, as weird as that sounds ;)

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bellecs:

“Observe my hands, my dear. I could tear you to pieces with them. And I’d do it if it’d take Ashley out of your mind forever. But it wouldn’t. So I’ll remove him from your mind forever, this way. I’ll put my hands so. One on each side of your head. And I’ll smash your skull between them like a walnut. And that’ll block him out.”

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Rhett: “No I don’t think I will kiss you. Although you need kissing badly. That’s what’s wrong with you. You should be kissed, and often, and by someone who knows how.”
Scarlett: “And I suppose you think you are the proper person?”
Rhett: “I might be. If the right moment ever came.” 

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