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Lifesized cardboard cutout of Scarlett O'Hara in a white and green dress wearing a hat. Scarlett O'Hara was the daughter of Gerald O'Hara and lived on her father's plantation outside of Atlanta, Georgia during the time of the Civil War.

Scarlett O’Hara™ Doll On Peachtree Street—The Drapery Dress™ | celebrity-dolls | The Barbie Collection

Hollywood Legends Collection 1994 gone with the wind barbie - Scarlett O Hara w/ Green Drapery Dress

Are you the beautiful Blanche Dubois or more like the mama bear Leigh Anne Tuohy ?

Which Fictional Southern Woman Are You Most Like?

Film designer Walter Plunkett spent months studying historical societies and private collections for costumes pieces from the Civil War period. This is one of the most beloved dresses from the movie.

The infamous green “Curtains Gown”, worn by Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With the Wind”, on display in the Hollywood Costume Exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

The infamous Green Curtain Dress worn by Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O’Hara in “Gone With the Wind”, on display in the Hollywood Costume Exhibit at the Victoria and Albert Museum.

Scarlett's stand-in, Mozelle Miller. Her duties for Vivien Leigh during the two years of filming were to provide someone the same size and skin color so that cameramen and lighting crews could gauge exposure and adjust lighting without tiring the star. One scene she appears in is where Scarlett walks among the hundreds of wounded and dying Confederate soldiers. Another scene that features her is the when  Scarlett is forced to hide from Yankee soldiers by taking cover underneath a bridge.

Gone With the Wind Costumes- examples of the fashion during the Crinoline Period: full skirts, close fitting bodice and waistline, high necklines

Gone With The Wind

Scarlett O'Hara, Vivien Leigh, from Gone with the Wind in Red Dress Cardboard Cutout Life Size Standup

Vivien Leigh's 'Gone With The Wind' dress

Vivien Leigh's 'Gone With The Wind' dress

What I say when someone says I have pining to much

Yesterday's "whatever" - as said by Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara in "Gone with the Wind".

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