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with movie related dialogues; watch the film part 11, 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 11 dialogues: My dear little sister. It's all right, Corporal. My sister has brought me no files or saws. Can I really kiss you now? On the forehead like a good brother. No, thanks. I'll wait and hope for better things. Oh, Rhett, I was so distressed when I heard you were in jail. I simply couldn't sleep for thinking. It's not true they're going to hang you? Would you be sorry? Oh, Rhett! Well, don't worry yet.
They have plotted some charge against me but they're really after my money. They think I made off with the Confederate Treasury. Well, did you? What a leading question. But let's not talk about sordid things like money. How good of you to come and see me.
And how pretty you look. Oh, Rhett, how you do run on, teasing a country girl like me. Thank heavens you're not in rags. I'm tired of seeing women in rags. Turn around. You look good enough to eat. And prosperous, too. Thank you, I've been doing very well. Everybody's doing well at Tara, only
I got so bored I just thought I'd treat myself to a visit to town. You're a heartless creature. But that's part of your charm. You know you've got more charm than the law allows. Now I didn't come here to talk silliness about me, Rhett. I came because I was so miserable at the thought of you in trouble.
I was mad at you the night you left me on the road to Tara and I still haven't forgiven you. Oh, Scarlett, don't say that. Well, I must admit I might not be alive now, only for you. And when I think of myself with everything I could possibly hope for and not a care in the world, and you here in this horrid jail
and not even a human jail, Rhett, a horse jail. Oh, listen to me trying to make jokes when when I really want to cry. In a minute I shall cry. Scarlett, can it be possible that Can what be possible, Rhett? That you've grown a woman's heart, a real woman's heart?
I have, Rhett. I know I have. You know, it's worth being in jail just to hear you say that. It's well worth it. You can drop the moonlight and magnolias, Scarlett. So things have been going well at Tara, have they? What have you done with your hands? I went riding last week without my gloves.
These don't belong to a lady. You've worked with them like a field hand. Why did you lie? What are you up to? In another minute, I'd almost believe you cared something. But I do care. Suppose we get down to the truth. You want something from me badly enough to put on quite a show in your velvets.
What is it? Money? I want $300 to pay the taxes on Tara. I did lie to you when I said everything was all right. Things are just as bad as they possibly could be. And you've got millions, Rhett. What collateral are you offering? My earbobs. Not interested. A mortgage on Tara.
What would I do with a farm? You wouldn't lose. I'd pay you back out of next year's cotton. Not good enough. Have you nothing better? You once said you loved me. If you still love me, Rhett You haven't forgotten that I'm not a marrying man? No, I haven't forgotten.
You're not worth $300. You'll never mean anything but misery to any man. Go on, insult me. I don't care what you say, only give me the money. I won't let Tara go. I can't let it go while there's a breath left in my body. Oh, Rhett. Won't you please give me the money?
I couldn't give you the money if I wanted to. My funds are in Liverpool, not in Atlanta. If I tried drawing a draft, the Yankees'd be on me like a duck on a June bug. So you see, my dear, you've abased yourself to no purpose. Here, here, here, stop it! Want the Yankees to see you like this? Take your hands off me, you skunk.
You knew what I was going to say before I started. You knew you wouldn't lend me the money and yet you let me go on. I enjoyed hearing what you had to say. Cheer up. You can come to my hanging and I'll remember you in my will. I'll come to your hanging. The only thing I'm afraid of is that they won't hang you in time
to pay the taxes on Tara. Tell him Belle Watling. Where you been lately? Thought you'd deserted Capt. Butler. Oh, I keep myself occupied. Help me out. Who that? I ain't never seen hair that color before in my life. Does you know a dyed-haired woman? I wish I did know that one. She'd get my money for me.
No matter what they done to you in that jail they didn't do no more than you deserve for visiting white trash in a jail! Fresh and green. Right off the farm. Hey, what are you doing tonight, Susy? That's one of them Georgia peaches. There's nothing like that in Ohio. You know what we're going to do?
What? We're going to give every last one of you 40 acres and a mule! And a mule? Forty acres and a mule! Gee! 'Cause we're your friends and you're gonna become voters and you're gonna vote like your friends do! What's your hurry, sister?
What's come over this here town? Yankees have come over it! Same as they've come over all of us. Out of our way, trash! Get out of the way here. Get away! Go on! Surely it can't be Miss Scarlett! Why, Frank Kennedy! And Mammy! It sure is good to see home folks.
I didn't know you were in Atlanta. I didn't know you were. Didn't Miss Suellen tell you about my store? Did she? I don't remember. Have you a store? This? Won't you come in and look around a bit? I don't suppose it looks like much to a lady, but
I can't help being proud of it. You're not making money? Well, I can't complain. In fact, I'm mighty encouraged. Folks tell me I'm just a born merchant. It won't be long now before Miss Suellen and I can marry. Are you doing as well as all that? Yes, I am, Miss Scarlett. I'm no millionaire yet
but I've cleared $1,000 already. And lumber, too. Well that's only a sideline. A sideline, Frank? With all the good Georgia pine around Atlanta and all this building going on? Well, all that takes money, Miss Scarlett and I've got to be thinking about buying a home.
What do you want a home for? For Miss Suellen and me to set up housekeeping. Here in Atlanta. You'd want to bring her to Atlanta, wouldn't you? There wouldn't be much help in that for Tara. I don't rightly know what you mean, Miss Scarlett. I don't mean a thing.
Frank, how'd you like to drive me out to my Aunt Pitty's? Nothing would give me more pleasure, Miss Scarlett. You'd better stay to supper, too. I'm sure Aunt Pitty'd be agreeable and I'd like a good long visit with you. Oh, you act on me just like a tonic, Miss Scarlett. And will you tell me all the news
all the news of Miss Suellen? What's the matter, Miss Scarlett? Miss Suellen's not ill, is she? Oh, no, no. I thought surely she had written you. I guess she was ashamed to write you. She should be ashamed. Oh, how awful to have such a mean sister. You must tell me, Miss Scarlett. Don't leave me on tenterhooks.
Well, she's going to marry one of the county boys next month. She just got tired of waiting and was afraid she'd be an old maid Oh, I'm sorry to be the one to tell you. Oh, it's cold. I left my muff at home. Would you mind if I put my hand in your pocket? But, Melanie, you don't realize what she's done.
She's gone and married my Mr. Kennedy. He's my beau, and she's gone and married him. She did it to save Tara, you must understand that. I hate Tara! And I hate Scarlett! She's the only thing I hate worse than Tara. It's all my fault. I should have committed highway robbery
to get that tax money for you. I couldn't let you do anything like that, and Well, anyway, it's done now. Yes, it's done now. You wouldn't let me do anything dishonorable but you'd sell yourself in marriage to a man you didn't love. Well, at least you won't have to worry
about my helplessness anymore. What do you mean? I'm going to New York. I've arranged to get a position in a bank there. But you can't do that. I counted on you to help me start a lumber business, Ashley and, well, I counted on you. I wouldn't be any good to you.
I don't know anything about the lumber business. You know as much as you do about banking. And I'd give you half the business, Ashley. That's generous of you, Scarlett. But it isn't that. If I go to Atlanta and take help from you again I'd bury forever any hope
of standing alone. Oh, is that all? Well, you could gradually buy the business and then it would be your own, and No, Scarlett. Ashley Ashley. Scarlett! Scarlett, what is it? Ashley's so mean and hateful.
What have you done? She wanted me to go to Atlanta. To help me start my lumber business, and he won't lift a finger to help me, and he Why, how unchivalrous of you. Why, think, Ashley, think. If it hadn't been for Scarlett, I'd have died in Atlanta. And maybe we wouldn't have had little Beau
and when I think of her picking cotton and plowing just to keep food in our mouths, I could just Oh, my darling. All right, Melanie. I'll go to Atlanta. I can't fight you both.