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On December 15 1939 a movie was released in Atlanta GA that would forever change how people saw the Old South This movie quickly became a smash hit and went on to become the 1 movie of all time and still holds the titleThe movie was Gone With The Wind Directed by Victor Fleming this movie is the beloved epic of the South The movies main character is Scarlett OHara Opposite her is the dashing and debonaire Rhett Butler The movie is basically the love story of Scarlett and Rhett with the South as the backdrop Just as the South comes in contact with turbulence so do Scarlett and Rhett Scarlett is the product of a wealthy Southern familyHer only weakness is that she does not care what people think of her She wears whatever she pleases says what she pleases and does what she pleases This is the reason she is so attractive to men Rhett is similar on the upside He could care less as to what people think of himFrankly my dear I dont give a damn Scarlett is convinced that she isin love with Ashley Wilkes a lifelong friend of the family The problem Scarlett encounters here is that Ashley is engaged to his cousin Melanie Hamilton Scarlett gets the idea in her head that if she tells Ashley that she loves him he wont marry Melanie So she does Ashley does not feel that feeling is mutual As luck would have it this is where she meets Rhett He overheard the whole charade And so from that point the story sets its course Over the next few years Scarlett found herself married widowed remarried widowed and remarried again When the Civil War set in Scarlest was facedwith hardships all of which she triumphs over in the end The only thing that did not come out as she had planned was the Rhett issue She loved him the whole time but
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