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with movie related dialogues; watch the film part 15, 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 15 dialogues: Twenty inches! I've grown as big as Aunt Pitty. You've simply got to make it 18.5 again, Mammy. You done had a baby, Miss Scarlett and you ain't never going to be no 18.5 inches again. Never. And there ain't nothing to do about it. There is something to do about it! I'm just not going to get old and fat before my time. I just won't have any more babies! I heard Mr. Rhett say that he'll be wanting a son next year. Go tell Capt. Butler I've decided not to go out after all. I'll have supper in my room. I got your message. I'll have them bring my supper up here, too. No objections to that, I hope? No. Yes. I mean, I don't care where you have your supper. Rhett? Yes? You see well, I've decided well, I hope I don't have any more children. My pet, as I told you before Bonnie was born it's immaterial to me whether you have one child or 20! No, but you know what I Do you know what I mean? I do. And do you know I can divorce you for this? You're just low enough to think of something like that! If you had any chivalry in you or would be nice, like Well, Ashley Wilkes! Melanie can't have any more children and he You've been to the lumber office this afternoon, haven't you? What has that got to do with it? Quite the little gentleman, Ashley. Pray go on, Mrs. Butler. It's no use. You wouldn't understand. You know, I'm sorry for you, Scarlett. Sorry for me? Yes, because you're throwing away happiness with both hands and reaching out for something that'll never make you happy. I don't know what you're talking about. If you were free and Melly were dead and you had your precious honorable Ashley, do you think you'd be happy with him? You'd never know him, never even understand his mind any more than you understand anything except money. Never mind about that! What I want to know is You may keep your sanctity, Scarlett. It'll work no hardship on me.
Do you mean to say you don't care? The world is full of many things and many people, and I shan't be lonely. I'll find comfort elsewhere. Well, that's fine. But I warn you. Just in case you change your mind, I intend to lock my door. Why bother? If I wanted to come in, no lock could keep me out! I always knew that most women
were cheats, hypocritical and hard. But this one Rhett, it ain't no use. What do you mean? I mean you're poisoned with her. I don't care what she's done to you, you're still in love with her. And don't think it pleasures me none to say it. Maybe so! But I'm through with her,
I tell you! I'm through. You gotta think of the child. The child's worth ten of the mother. You're a shrewd woman, Belle, and a very nice one. Yes, Rhett? I was just thinking of the difference between you and You're both hardheaded businesswomen and you're both successful.
But you've got a heart, Belle and you're honest. Goodbye, Rhett. Goodbye, Belle. She'll be a wonderful horsewoman! Look at those hands, and that seat! Oh, fiddle-dee-dee! Why do we have to wheel a baby when there are servants Good morning, Mrs. Merriwether.
Good morning, Capt. Butler. Good morning, Scarlett. Making fools of ourselves in front of these old buffaloes! If you'd thought of your position years ago, you wouldn't have to do this. But as it is, we'll cultivate every female dragon of the old guard in this town. Good morning, Mrs. Whiting. Good morning, Capt. Butler.
Good morning, Scarlett. So the millionaire speculator is turning respectable! All of our money can't buy what I want for Bonnie. Oh, I'll admit I've been at fault, too. But Bonnie's going to have her place among decent people. Yes, even if we both have to crawl on our bellies to every fat old cat.
Good morning, Mrs. Meade. Good morning, Capt. Butler. Good morning, Scarlett. Mrs. Merriwether, I've always had a great regard for your knowledge. I wonder if you could give me some advice. Certainly. My Bonnie sucks her thumb. I can't make her stop it.
Make her stop it. It'll ruin the shape of her mouth. I know, I know. She has such a beautiful mouth, too. I tried putting soap under her nails. Soap! Bah! Put quinine on her thumb and she'll stop sucking it quick enough. Quinine! I never would have thought of it. I can't thank you enough,
Mrs. Merriwether. You've taken a great load off my mind! Good morning. Good morning, Dolly. Wasn't that Capt. Butler? Good morning, Caroline. I was just thinking. There must be a great deal of good in a man who could love a child so much. But of course there is!
Oh, did I tell you that Fanny Elsing told Dr. Meade that Capt. Butler finally admitted he was honored by the Confederate Congress for his services at the Battle of Franklin? No! And did I tell you, Caroline, that Capt. Butler made a stupendous contribution to the Association for the Beautification of the Graves of the Glorious Dead? No. My little grandbaby, Napoleon Picard, is giving a party for Bonnie next week. Why, Dolly Merriwether, you know right well it was my idea to give a party for Bonnie Butler. Why Caroline Meade Now watch Daddy put your pony over, Bonnie. Now watch. Daddy, let me! Let me! All right, darling. Put her on, Pork! Up we go. Oh, there! Lordsy mercy! There he goes again! Grip tightly with your legs. Sit close. Lean forward. Be sure you go with him. Hold your reins properly in a firm hand. Up! That was fine! I knew you'd do it! When you get a little older,
I'll take you to Kentucky and Virginia. You'll be the greatest horsewoman in the South. Give your daddy a kiss. Mr. Rhett! Mr. Rhett! Mr. Rhett! Did you see her, Mammy? Wasn't she wonderful? Mr. Rhett, I done told you and told you it just ain't fitting for a girl child to ride astraddle with her dress flying up! All right, Mammy. I'll teach her to ride sidesaddle. And I'll buy her a blue velvet riding habit. She'll love that. A nice black broadcloth is what little girls wear. Now, Mammy, be reasonable. Well, I don't think it's fitting, but It ain't fitting, it just ain't fitting.
It ain't fitting. Why, Scarlett! What are you doing downtown at this time of day? Ashley, I just Why aren't you helping Melly get ready for my surprise birthday party? Why, Ashley Wilkes, you aren't supposed to know anything about that. Melly'd be so disappointed
if you weren't surprised. I won't let on. I'll be the most surprised man in Atlanta. As long as you're here, let me show you the books so you can see just how bad a businessman I really am. Oh, don't let's fool with any books today. When I'm wearing a new bonnet, all the figures I ever knew
go right slap out of my head. The figures are well lost when the bonnet's as pretty as that one. Scarlett, you know, you get prettier all the time. You haven't changed a bit since the day of our last barbecue at Twelve Oaks where you sat under a tree surrounded by dozens of beaux. That girl doesn't exist anymore.
Nothing's turned out as I expected, Ashley. Nothing. Yes, we've traveled a long road since the old days, haven't we, Scarlett? Oh, the lazy days the warm, still country twilights the high, soft Negro laughter from the quarters the golden warmth and security of those days. Don't look back, Ashley. Don't look back. It drags at your heart till you can't do anything but look back. I didn't mean to make you sad, my dear. I never want you to be anything but completely happy. Oh, Ashley! Who is it? Only your husband. Come in. Am I actually being invited into the sanctuary? You're not ready for Melanie's party. I've got a headache, Rhett. You go without me and make my excuses to Melanie. What a white-livered little coward you are. Get up. You're going to that party and you'll have to hurry. Has India dared to Yes. India has! Every woman and man in town knows the story! You should ... people who tell the truth. There's no time to argue. Get up! I won't go! I can't go till this misunderstanding is cleared up. Don't cheat Melly out of the satisfaction of publicly ordering you out of her house. There was nothing wrong. India hates me so. I can't go, Rhett. I couldn't face it. If you don't go, you won't be able to show your face as long as you live. That wouldn't bother me, but you won't ruin Bonnie's chances. You're going to that party, if only for her sake. Now get dressed! Wear that! Nothing modest or matronly will do for this occasion. And put on plenty of rouge. I want you to look your part tonight. For he's a jolly good fellow For he's a jolly good fellow
For he's a jolly good fellow Which nobody can deny Which nobody can deny Which nobody can deny For he's a jolly good fellow Good night, Scarlett. But Rhett, you can't You go into the arena alone. The lions are hungry for you. Oh, Rhett, don't leave me. Don't. You're not afraid? Which nobody can deny Which nobody can deny For he's a jolly good fellow For he's a jolly good fellow For he's a jolly good fellow Which nobody can deny