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Gone With The Wind 6 Meade online
with movie related dialogues; watch the film part 6, read or download pictures and quotes with snapshot frame from this great passion of all time, a symbol of the golden age of Hollywood; Gone With The Wind 6 dialogues: Melly, we're going to Melly! I'm sorry to be such a bother, Scarlett. It began at daybreak. But, but But the Yankees are coming. Poor Scarlett. You'd be at Tara now with your mother, wouldn't you if it weren't for me? Oh, Scarlett, darling
you've been so good to me. No sister could have been sweeter. I've been lying here thinking if I should die will you take my baby? Oh, fiddle-dee-dee, Melly. Aren't things bad enough without you talking about dying? I'll send for Dr. Meade right away. Not yet, Scarlett.
I couldn't let Dr. Meade sit here for hours, while while all those poor, wounded boys Prissy! Prissy! Prissy! Come here, quick! Go get Dr. Meade! Run, quick! Yes, ma'am. The baby! Well, don't stand there like a scared goat. Run! Hurry! I'll sell you South, I will!
I swear I will! Where's that Prissy? This room's like an oven already and it isn't noon yet. Oh, don't worry, Melly. Mother says it always seems like the doctor will never come. If I don't take a strap to that Prissy! Oh, Melly. You know what I heard
about Maybelle Merriwether? You remember that funny-looking beau of hers? The one with a uniform like ladies' red flannel underdrawers. You don't have to keep on talking for my sake, Scarlett. I know how worried you are. Oh, Melly, I'll just go and fetch you some cool water.
You're as slow as molasses in January. And where's Dr. Meade? I ain't never seen him, Miss Scarlett. What? No, ma'am. He ain't at the hospital. A man, he told me the doctor's down at the car shed with the wounded soldiers Well, why didn't you go after him? Miss Scarlett. I's scared to go down there
to the car shed. There's folks dying down there and I's scared of dead folks. Oh, you go sit by Miss Melly. And don't you be upsetting her, or I'll whip the hide off you! Have you seen Dr. Meade? Side, lady, please. Dr. Meade! Dr. Meade! At last!
Oh, thank heavens you're here. I need every pair of hands. Come, child! Wake up! We've got work to do. But Melly's having her baby. You've got to come with me! Are you crazy? I can't leave these men for a baby! They're dying, hundreds of them! Get some woman to help you.
But there isn't anybody. Dr. Meade, she might die! Die! Look at them! Bleeding to death in front of my eyes! No chloroform! No bandages! Nothing! Nothing to even ease their pain! Now run along and don't bother me. Now don't worry, child. There's nothing to bringing a baby.
Now bring those stretchers in here! Dr. Meade! I'm coming. Is the doctor come? No, he can't come. Oh, Miss Scarlett, Miss Melly bad off. He can't come. There's nobody to come. Prissy, you've got to manage without the doctor. I'll help you. Oh, lordy, Miss Scarlett.
Well, what is it? Lordy, we've got to have a doctor. I don't know nothing about birthing babies. What do you mean? I don't know You told me you knew everything about it. I don't know how come I told such a lie. Ma ain't never let me around when folks was having them.
Scarlett! Scarlett! Oh, Miss Scarlett Stop it! Go light a fire in the stove! Keep boiling water in the kettle, get me the ball of twine and and all the clean towels you can find, and the scissors. Don't come telling me you can't find them.
Go get them, and get them quick! Scarlett! Coming, Melly. Coming. Go, Scarlett, before the Yankees get here. I'm not afraid. You know I won't leave you. It's no use. I'm going to die. Don't be a goose, Melly. Hold on to me. Hold on to me. Talk to me, Scarlett.
Please talk to me. Don't try to be brave, Melly. Yell all you want, there's nobody to hear. Ma says that if you puts a knife under the bed, it cuts the pain in two. Capt. Butler! Capt. Butler! Who do you want? Capt. Butler. He's upstairs. Belle Watling's
giving a party. Thank you. Capt. Butler! Oh, Capt. Butler! What's all the rumpus about? I's got a message for Capt. Butler, Miss Watling! Capt. Butler, you come out here in the streets to me. What is it, Prissy? Miss Scarlett, she done sent me for you.
Miss Melly, she done had her baby today. A fine baby boy and Miss Scarlett and me, we brung him. Do you mean to tell me that Scarlett Well, it was mostly me, Capt. Butler, only Miss Scarlett she helped me a little, but I don't expect no doctor could have done no better! Only Miss Melly, she feeling kind of poorly now it's all over!
Yes, I can believe that! And the Yankees is coming, and Miss Scarlett, she said Oh, Capt. Butler, the Yankees is here! Please come and bring your carriage for us right away. I'm sorry, Prissy, but the Army took my horse and carriage. You'd better come upstairs. I'll see what I can do.
Oh, no, Capt. Butler! Ma would wear me out with a cornstalk if I was to go into Miss Watling's. Any of you beauties know where I can steal a horse for a good cause? Whoa, Marse Robert. Is that you, Rhett? We's here, Miss Scarlett. We's here! Rhett, I knew you'd come. Good evening. Nice weather we're having.
Prissy tells me you're planning on taking a trip. Don't tell me you're frightened. I'm scared to death. If you had the sense of a goat, you'd be scared too. Oh, the Yankees. No, not yet. That's what's left of our Army, blowing up the ammunition
so the Yankees won't get it. We've got to get out of here. At your service, madam. Just where are you figuring on going? Home, to Tara. They've been fighting all day around Tara. Do you think you can parade through the Yankee Army with a sick woman, a baby, and a simple-minded darky
or do you intend leaving them behind? They're going with me. I'm going home. You can't stop me! Don't you know it's dangerous jouncing Mrs. Wilkes over miles of open country? I want my mother! I want to go home to Tara! Tara's probably been burned to the ground. The woods are full of stragglers
from both armies. The least they'll do is take the horse away from you. It isn't much of an animal, but I had trouble stealing it. I'm going home if I have to walk every step of the way. All right, darling, all right. Now you shall go home. I guess anybody who did what you've done today can take care of Sherman. Here, now. Stop crying. Now blow your nose like a good little girl. There. Prissy! What are you doing? I's packing, Miss Scarlett. Stop it and come get the baby.
Yes, ma'am. Melly! Mrs. Wilkes, we're taking you to Tara. Tara It's the only way, Melly. No. Sherman will burn the house over our heads if we stay. It's all right, Melly. My baby.
My poor baby. Have you the strength to put your arms around my neck? I think so. Never mind. Oh, Ashley, Charles What is it? What does she want? Ashley's picture, Charles' sword. She wants us to bring them. Get them.
What's that? Our gallant lads must have set fire to the warehouses near the depot. There's enough ammunition in the boxcars to blow us to Tara. We'll have to hurry to get across the tracks. You're not going that way! We have to. The McDonough Road's the only one
the Yankees haven't cut yet. Oh, wait. I forgot to lock the front door. What are you laughing at? At you, locking the Yankees out.