[04:04.82]What do we care if we were expelled from college?
[04:07.12]The war is gonna start any day. We would've left college anyhow.
[04:10.19]War! Isn't it exciting, Scarlett?
[04:11.93]You know those fool Yankees actually want a war?
[04:14.06]- We'll show them. - Fiddle-dee-dee!
[04:16.33]War, war, war.
[04:17.63]This war talk's spoiling all the fun at every party this spring.
[04:20.70]I get so bored I could scream.
[04:23.34]- Besides, there isn't going to be any war. - Not gonna be any war?
[04:26.61]Why, honey, of course there's going to be a war!
[04:29.08]If either of you says "war" just once again, I'll go in the house and slam the door.
[04:33.18]- But, Scarlett, honey... - Don't you want us to have a war?
[04:46.30]I warned you.
[04:47.87]I've got an idea.
[04:49.37]We'll talk about the Wilkes' barbecue at Twelve Oaks.
[04:51.90]That's a good idea. Aren't you eating barbecue with us?
[04:54.71]I hadn't thought about that yet. I'll think about that tomorrow.
[04:57.91]We want all your waltzes.
[04:59.18]First Brent, then me, then Brent, then me again, and so on.
[05:01.91]- Promise? - I'd just love to.
[05:04.85]If only I didn't have every one of them taken already.
[05:08.42]Why, honey, you can't do that to us.
[05:10.22]- How about if we tell you a secret? - A secret? Who about?
[05:12.89]You know Miss Melanie Hamilton from Atlanta?
[05:15.09]Ashley Wilkes' cousin. She's visiting the Wilkes...
[05:17.56]That goody-goody! Who wants to know a secret about her?
[05:20.56]Anyway, we heard, that is, they say...
[05:22.27]Ashley Wilkes is gonna marry her. The Wilkeses always marry their cousins.
[05:26.37]Now do we get those waltzes?
[05:30.54]- The other boys will be hopping mad. - Let them be mad. We can handle them!
[05:35.38]It can't be true. Ashley loves me.
[05:39.25]What has gotten into her?
[05:40.95]Do you suppose we made her mad?
[05:42.79]Where are you going without your shawl, and the night air fixing to set in?
[05:46.69]How come you didn't ask them gentlemen to stay for supper?
[05:49.43]You ain't got no more manners than a field hand...
[05:51.70]after me and Miss Ellen done labored with you.
[05:53.96]Miss Scarlett, come on in the house!
[05:56.43]Come on in before you catch your death of dampness.
[05:58.80]No! I'll wait for Pa to come home from the Wilkes'.
[06:01.54]Come on in here!
[06:21.73]Who says it's quitting time?
[06:23.19]I says it's quitting time.
[06:24.43]I's the foreman. I's the one that says when it's quitting time at Tara!
[07:12.81]There's none in the county can touch you, and none in the state.
[07:18.78]So proud of yourself you are.
[07:23.29]Well, Katie Scarlett O'Hara.
[07:25.22]So you've been spying on me, and like your sister Suellen...
[07:28.73]you'll tell your mother on me that I was jumping again.
[07:31.23]You know I'm no tattletale like Suellen, but it does seem to me...
[07:34.46]after you broke your knee last year jumping that same fence...
[07:37.53]I'll not have me own daughter telling me what I shall jump and not jump.
[07:41.94]It's my own neck, so it is.
[07:43.61]All right, Pa, you jump what you please. How are they all over at Twelve Oaks?
[07:48.65]Just as you'd expect with the barbecue tomorrow and talking nothing but war.
[07:52.82]Oh, bother the war. Was there anyone else there?
[07:55.65]Their cousin, Melanie Hamilton from Atlanta, and her brother, Charles.
[08:00.42]She's a pale-faced, mealy-mouthed ninny. I hate her.
[08:02.83]Ashley Wilkes doesn't think so.
[08:04.39]Ashley Wilkes couldn't like anyone like her.
[08:07.93]What's your interest in Ashley and Miss Melanie?
[08:11.64]It's nothing. Let's go into the house, Pa.
[08:13.90]Has he been trifling with you? Has he asked you to marry him?
[08:17.14]- No! - No, nor will he.
[08:18.64]I have it in strictest confidence from John Wilkes this afternoon...
[08:21.95]Ashley is going to marry Miss Melanie.
[08:23.71]It will be announced tomorrow night at the ball.
[08:26.85]I don't believe it.
[08:28.52]Here! Here, where are you off to?
[08:32.82]What are you about?
[08:35.09]Have you made a spectacle of yourself running after a man...
[08:37.93]who's not in love with you when you might have any man in the county?
[08:41.23]I haven't been running after him. It's just a surprise, that's all.
[08:44.70]Now, don't be jerking your chin at me.
[08:47.60]If Ashley wanted to marry you, it would be with misgivings I'd say "yes. "
[08:51.17]I want my girl to be happy. You'd not be happy with him.
[08:54.78]I would, I would!
[08:56.08]What difference does it make who you marry...
[08:58.12]so long as he's a Southerner and thinks like you?
[09:00.65]And when I'm gone, I'll leave Tara to you.
[09:02.95]I don't want Tara. Plantations don't mean anything when...
[09:05.62]You mean to say, Katie Scarlett O'Hara, that land doesn't mean anything to you?
[09:10.26]Why, land is the only thing in the world worth working for...
[09:13.20]worth fighting for, worth dying for, because it's the only thing that lasts.
[09:17.07]- Oh, Pa, you talk like an Irishman. - It's proud I am that I'm Irish.
[09:20.67]And don't you be forgetting, missy, that you're half Irish too.
[09:24.31]And to anyone with a drop of Irish blood in them...
[09:26.78]why, the land they live on is like their mother.
[09:29.08]Oh, but you're just a child. It'll come to you, this love of the land.
[09:33.72]There's no getting away from it if you're Irish.
[10:01.01]Yonder she comes!
[10:02.11]Miss Scarlett, Miss Suellen, Miss Carreen, your ma's home!
[10:04.98]Acting like a wet nurse to them low-down, poor white trash...
[10:07.95]instead of being here eating her supper. Cookie, stir up the fire!
[10:11.52]Miss Ellen's got no business wearing herself out.
[10:14.56]Take the lamp out on the porch. Wearing herself out.
[10:17.09]Mr. Gerald, Miss Ellen's home.
[10:19.26]Wearing herself out waiting on poor white trash.
[10:21.67]Shut up, dog! Barking in the house like that.
[10:23.83]Get up from there, boy. Don't you hear Miss Ellen's coming?
[10:26.60]Get out there and get her medicine chest.
[10:29.31]We was getting worried about you, Miss Ellen.
[10:31.68]- Mr. Gerald... - All right, Pork. I'm home.
[10:34.74]Mrs. O'Hara, we finished plowing the creek bottom today.
[10:38.48]What do you want me to start on tomorrow?
[10:41.15]Mr. Wilkerson, I've just come from Emmie Slattery's bedside.
[10:45.02]Your child has been born.
[10:46.69]My child, ma'am? I'm sure I don't understand.
[10:50.09]Has been born, and mercifully, has died.
[10:53.30]Good night, Mr. Wilkerson.
[10:58.34]I'll fix your supper for you myself, and you eats it.
[11:00.80]After prayers, Mammy.
[11:06.24]You must dismiss Jonas Wilkerson.
[11:07.94]Dismiss him, Mrs. O'Hara? He's the best overseer in the county.
[11:11.58]He must go tomorrow morning, first thing.
[11:16.29]- No! - Yes.
[11:18.79]The Yankee Wilkerson and the white trash Slattery girl?
[11:21.59]We'll discuss it later, Mr. O'Hara.
[11:23.66]Yes, Mrs. O'Hara.
[11:30.53]I want to wear Scarlett's green dress!
[11:32.30]I don't like your tone, Suellen. Your pink gown is lovely.
[11:35.07]- Can't I stay up for the ball tomorrow? - But you may wear my garnets with it.
[11:38.84]Why can't I stay up for the ball tomorrow night?
[11:43.18]you look tired, my dear. I'm worried about you.
[11:46.65]I'm all right, Mother.
[11:48.08]Why can't I stay up for the ball tomorrow night?
[11:50.39]I'm 13 now.
[11:51.56]You may go to the barbecue and stay up till supper.
[11:54.32]I didn't want to wear your tacky green dress anyhow.
[11:56.69]Oh, hush up!
[12:05.97]"And to all the saints, that I have sinned exceedingly in thought, word and deed...
[12:11.24]"through my fault.
[12:12.74]"Through my fault, through my most grievous fault.
[12:16.38]"Therefore, I beseech the Blessed Mary, ever Virgin...
[12:19.85]"Blessed Michael, the Archangel...
[12:22.29]"Blessed John the Baptist...
[12:24.25]"the Holy Apostles, Peter and Paul...
[12:27.19]"and all the saints to pray to the Lord, our God, for me. "
[12:30.29]Ashley doesn't know I love him.
[12:33.56]I'll tell him that I love him and then he can't marry her.
[12:38.50]"May the Almighty, and most merciful Lord...
[12:41.61]"grant us pardon, absolution...
[12:44.01]"and remission of our sins. Amen. "
[12:48.24]Just hold on and suck in.
[12:51.65]Mammy, here's Miss Scarlett's vittles.
[12:54.15]You can take that back. I won't eat a bite.
[12:56.65]Oh, yes, ma'am, you is!
[12:58.36]You's gonna eat every mouthful of this.
[13:01.69]No, I'm not!
[13:06.46]Put on the dress, 'cause we're late already.
[13:08.60]- What's my lamb gonna wear? - That.
[13:10.57]No you ain't! You can't show your bosom before 3:00.
[13:14.74]I'm gonna speak to your ma about you!
[13:16.71]If you say one word to Mother, I won't eat a bite.
[13:31.82]Keep your shawl on. I ain't aiming for you to get all freckled...
[13:35.19]after the buttermilk I done put on you all this winter, bleaching them freckles.
[13:45.60]Now, Miss Scarlett, you come on and be good, and eat just a little, honey.
[13:50.97]I'm going to have a good time today and do my eating at the barbecue.
[13:54.94]If you don't care what folks says about this family, I does!
[13:57.85]I has told you and told you that you can always tell a lady...
[14:01.18]by the way she eats with folks. Like a bird.
[14:03.39]I ain't aiming for you to go to Mr. Wilkes'...
[14:05.59]and eat like a field hand and gobble like a hog!
[14:09.63]Ashley Wilkes told me he likes to see a girl with a healthy appetite.
[14:13.03]What gentlemen says and what they thinks is two different things.
[14:16.10]And I ain't noticed Mr. Ashley asking to marry you!
[14:35.22]Now don't eat too fast. Ain't no need of having it come right back up again.
[14:41.69]Why does a girl have to be so silly to catch a husband?
[14:44.86]Scarlett, if you're not here by the time I count ten, we'll be going without you!
[14:49.97]I'm coming, Pa!
[14:54.80]four, five, six...
[14:59.24]My stays are so tight I know I'll never get through the day without belching.
[15:27.87]Well, John Wilkes. It's a grand day you'll be having for the barbecue.
[15:31.64]So it seems, Gerald. But why isn't Mrs. O'Hara with you?
[15:34.64]She's after settling accounts with the overseer.
[15:36.88]But she'll be along for the ball tonight.
[15:38.78]Welcome to Twelve Oaks, Mr. O'Hara.
[15:40.68]Thank you kindly, India.
[15:42.79]Your daughter's getting prettier every day, John.
[15:46.02]India, here are the O'Hara girls. We must greet them.
[15:48.89]I can't stand Scarlett. If you see the way she throws herself at Ashley.
[15:52.40]Now, that's your brother's business.
[15:54.50]You must remember your duties as hostess.
[15:57.20]Good morning, girls. You're looking lovely.
[16:00.00]Good morning, Scarlett.
[16:02.21]Why, India Wilkes, what a lovely dress!
[16:04.91]- Perfectly lovely, darling. - I just can't take my eyes off it.
[16:11.21]You're looking mighty fine this morning.
[16:13.28]- Good morning, Miss Scarlett. - Good morning.
[16:16.19]- It's a pleasure to see you. - Good morning.
[16:18.29]Howdy, Miss Scarlett.
[16:24.53]Scarlett, my dear.
[16:27.66]I've been looking for you everywhere.
[16:29.87]I've got something I must tell you.
[16:32.00]- Can't we go some place where it's quiet? - Yes, I'd like to, but I...
[16:35.71]I have something to tell you, too.
[16:37.64]Something I hope you'll be glad to hear.
[16:41.41]But come say hello to my cousin Melanie, first.
[16:43.88]Oh, do we have to?
[16:45.78]She's been looking forward to seeing you again.
[16:55.43]I'm so glad to see you again.
[16:57.13]Melanie Hamilton! What a surprise to run into you here.
[17:00.40]I hope you'll stay with us a few days at least.
[17:02.57]I hope I shall stay long enough for us to become real friends, Scarlett.
[17:06.10]I do so want us to be.
[17:07.50]We'll keep her here, won't we, Scarlett?
[17:09.37]We'll just have to make the biggest fuss over her.
[17:11.88]If there's anybody knows how to give a girl a good time, it's Ashley.
[17:15.18]Though I expect our good times will seem silly to you because you're so serious.
[17:19.08]Oh, Scarlett, you have so much life.
[17:21.72]I've always admired you so.
[17:23.29]I wish I could be more like you.
[17:24.99]You mustn't flatter me, Melanie, and say things you don't mean.
[17:27.99]Nobody could accuse Melanie of being insincere. Could they, my dear?
[17:32.00]Then she's not like you, is she, Ashley?
[17:34.13]Ashley never means a word he says to any girl.
[17:37.10]Oh, why, Charles Hamilton, you handsome old thing, you!
[17:40.67]But, oh, Miss O'Hara, I...
[17:42.21]Was it kind to bring your good-looking brother here...
[17:44.71]just to break my poor, simple, country girl's heart?
[17:47.28]She never even noticed Charles before.
[17:49.31]Because he's your beau, she's after him like a hornet.
[17:51.85]Charles Hamilton, I want to eat barbecue with you.
[17:54.38]Mind you, don't go philandering with any other girl, 'cause I'm mighty jealous.
[17:58.25]I won't, Miss O'Hara!
[18:01.89]I do declare, Frank Kennedy, if you don't look dashing...
[18:04.66]with that new set of whiskers!
[18:06.06]Oh, thank you, Miss Scarlett.
[18:09.00]Charles and Rafe asked me to eat barbecue with them...
[18:11.80]but I told them I couldn't because I promised you.
[18:14.14]You needn't be so amused. Look at her! She's after your beau now!
[18:18.14]Oh, that's mighty flattering of you, Miss Scarlett.
[18:21.48]I'll see what I can do, Miss Scarlett.
[18:23.68]What's your sister so mad about? You sparking her beau?
[18:26.32]As if I couldn't get a better beau than that old maid in britches.
[18:29.45]Brent and Stuart Tarleton, you handsome old things, you! No, you're not!
[18:33.06]I won't say that. I'm mad at you!
[18:34.66]What have we done?
[18:35.73]You haven't been near me all day. I wore this dress...
[18:38.23]'cause I thought you liked it.
[18:39.53]I was counting on eating barbecue with you two.
[18:41.66]- Well, you are, Scarlett. - Of course you are.
[18:43.93]Oh, I never can make up my mind which of you two is the handsomer.
[18:48.20]I was awake all last night trying to figure it out.
[18:56.95]Cathleen, who's that?
[18:59.85]That man looking at us and smiling.
[19:02.25]The nasty, dark one.
[19:03.55]My dear, don't you know? That's Rhett Butler. He's from Charleston.
[19:07.66]He has the most terrible reputation.
[19:14.63]He looks as if he knows what I look like without my shimmy!
[19:19.37]Why, my dear, he isn't received!
[19:21.44]He spends a lot of time up North...
[19:23.07]because his folks in Charleston won't even speak to him.
[19:25.78]He was expelled from West Point, he's so fast.
[19:28.18]And then there's that business about that girl he wouldn't marry.
[19:32.72]Well, he took her out buggy riding in the late afternoon without a chaperon!
[19:37.52]And then he refused to marry her!
[19:43.63]No, but she was ruined just the same.
[19:57.61]You seem to belong here...
[20:00.18]as if it had all been imagined for you.
[20:04.01]I like to feel that I belong to the things you love.
[20:06.48]You love Twelve Oaks as I do.
[20:09.62]I love it as...
[20:11.19]as more than a house.
[20:13.36]It's a whole world that wants only to be graceful and beautiful.
[20:17.49]It's so unaware that it may not last...
[20:21.56]You're afraid of what may happen if the war comes, aren't you?
[20:24.97]But we don't have to be afraid for us.
[20:28.14]No war can come into our world, Ashley.
[20:33.61]I'll love you, just as I do now...
[20:37.11]until I die.
[20:43.22]Isn't this better than sitting at a table?
[20:45.15]A girl hasn't got but two sides to her at a table.
[20:49.03]I'll go get her dessert.
[20:50.19]- Here, she said me. - Allow me, Miss O'Hara.
[20:59.34]I think Charles Hamilton may get it.
[21:03.74]Oh, thank you, Miss O'Hara!
[21:07.41]Go get it.
[21:08.71]Isn't he the luckiest?
[21:20.72]I love you.
[21:23.33]I don't guess I'm as hungry as I thought.
[21:29.13]Why do I have to take a nap? I'm not tired.
[21:32.20]Well-brought-up young ladies take naps at parties.
[21:34.60]It's high time you started behaving and acting like you was Miss Ellen's daughter.
[21:38.64]When we were at Saratoga I didn't notice any Yankee girls taking naps.
[21:42.11]No, and you ain't gonna see no Yankee girls at the ball tonight, neither.
[21:46.15]How was Ashley today, Scarlett?
[21:47.82]He didn't seem to be paying much attention to you.
[21:50.49]You mind your own business!
[21:52.26]You'll be lucky not to lose old whisker-face Kennedy.
[21:54.72]You've liked Ashley for months!
[21:56.23]Pa said that his engagement's gonna be announced tonight.
[21:58.93]That's all you know.
[22:00.80]Miss Scarlett! Miss Suellen! You all behave yourselves.
[22:03.40]Acting like poor white trash children!
[22:05.17]If you's old enough to go to parties, you's old enough to act like ladies.
[23:01.06]We've borne enough insults from the meddling Yankees.
[23:03.66]It's time we made them understand we'll keep our slaves...
[23:06.40]with or without their approval.
[23:07.80]'Twas Georgia's sovereign right to secede from the Union!
[23:12.34]The South must assert herself by force of arms.
[23:14.90]After we've fired on the Yankee rascals at Fort Sumter, we've got to fight!
[23:19.24]- There's no other way! - Fight! That's right. Fight!
[23:21.68]Let the Yankees ask for peace!
[23:23.48]The situation is very simple. The Yankees can't fight and we can.
[23:28.15]There won't even be a battle.
[23:29.65]They'll just turn and run every time.
[23:31.35]One Southerner can lick 20 Yankees.
[23:33.22]We'll finish them in one battle.
[23:35.12]Gentlemen can always fight better than rabble.
[23:37.23]Yes, gentlemen always can fight better than rabble.
[23:39.70]What does the captain of our troop say?
[23:42.03]Well, gentlemen, if Georgia fights, I go with her.
[23:45.90]But, like my father, I hope the Yankees will let us leave the Union in peace.
[23:49.64]- But, Ashley... - But, Ashley, they've insulted us!
[23:51.97]You can't mean you don't want war!
[23:53.51]Most of the miseries of the world were caused by wars.
[23:57.05]And when the wars were over no one ever knew what they were about.
[24:01.12]If it wasn't that I knew you...
[24:02.65]Now, gentlemen, Mr. Butler's been up North, I hear.
[24:06.82]Don't you agree with us, Mr. Butler?
[24:09.43]I think it's hard winning a war with words, gentlemen.
[24:12.06]What do you mean, sir?
[24:13.60]There's not a cannon factory in the whole South.
[24:16.43]What difference does that make to a gentleman?
[24:18.53]Lt'll make a great deal of difference to a great many gentlemen, sir.
[24:21.87]Are you hinting, Mr. Butler, that the Yankees can lick us?
[24:24.71]No, I'm not hinting.
[24:25.84]I'm saying very plainly that the Yankees are better equipped than we.
[24:29.15]They've got factories, shipyards, coal mines...
[24:31.48]and a fleet to bottle up our harbors and starve us to death.
[24:34.38]All we've got is cotton and slaves and arrogance.
[24:37.79]- That's treacherous! - I refuse to listen to any renegade talk!
[24:41.56]I'm sorry if the truth offends you.
[24:43.16]Apologies aren't enough, sir!
[24:45.53]I hear you were turned out of West Point, Mr. Rhett Butler...
[24:48.50]and you aren't received by any decent family in Charleston, not even your own!
[24:57.17]I apologize again for all my shortcomings.
[25:01.78]Perhaps you won't mind if I walk about and look over your place.
[25:04.88]I seem to be spoiling everybody's brandy and cigars and...
[25:08.45]dreams of victory.
[25:16.93]That's just about what you could expect from somebody like Rhett Butler.
[25:20.53]You did everything but call him out.
[25:22.40]He refused to fight.
[25:23.63]Not quite that, Charles. He refused to take advantage of you.
[25:26.50]Take advantage of me?
[25:27.60]He's one of the best shots in the country, as he's proved several times...
[25:31.14]against steadier hands and cooler heads.
[25:33.01]- I'll show him! - No, please.
[25:34.28]Don't go tweaking his nose anymore.
[25:36.88]You may be needed for more important fighting, Charles.
[25:40.02]Now, if you'll excuse me, Mr. Butler is our guest.
[25:42.52]I think I'll just show him around.
[26:10.95]Who are you hiding from in here?
[26:18.42]What are you up to?
[26:22.16]Well, why aren't you upstairs resting with the other girls?
[26:26.50]What is this, Scarlett? A secret?
[26:28.93]Oh, Ashley, Ashley...
[26:31.97]I love you.
[26:34.54]I love you, I do!
[26:38.41]Well, isn't it enough that you've gathered every other man's heart today?
[26:42.14]You've always had mine. You cut your teeth on it.
[26:44.61]Oh, don't tease me now.
[26:46.32]Have I your heart, my darling? I love you, I love you.
[26:49.19]You mustn't say such things. You'll hate me for hearing them.
[26:52.92]Oh, I could never hate you, and I know you must care about me.
[26:57.49]Oh, you do care, don't you?
[27:05.13]Oh, can't we go away and forget we ever said these things?
[27:09.84]But how can we do that?
[27:11.84]Don't you want to marry me?
[27:14.21]I'm going to marry Melanie.
[27:15.88]But you can't. Not if you care for me.
[27:18.41]Oh, my dear, why must you make me say things that will hurt you?
[27:22.45]How can I make you understand?
[27:25.22]You're so young and unthinking.
[27:26.79]You don't know what marriage means.
[27:28.39]I know I love you and I want to be your wife.
[27:30.93]You don't love Melanie.
[27:32.56]She's like me, Scarlett.
[27:34.43]She's part of my blood and we understand each other.
[27:37.47]But you love me.
[27:39.57]How could I help loving you?
[27:41.70]You have all the passion for life that I lack.
[27:44.17]That kind of love isn't enough for a successful marriage...
[27:46.94]for two people as different as we are.
[27:48.68]Well, why don't you say it, you coward? You're afraid to marry me.
[27:51.85]You'd rather live with that fool who can't speak except...
[27:54.48]to say "yes" and "no" and raise a passel of mealy-mouthed brats just like her.
[27:58.25]You mustn't say such things about Melanie.
[28:00.09]Who are you to tell me I mustn't?
[28:01.52]You led me on, you made me believe you wanted to marry me.
[28:04.36]Now, Scarlett, be fair. I never, at any time...
[28:06.76]You did, it's true you did! I'll hate you till I die!
[28:10.90]I can't think of anything bad enough to call you.
[28:41.20]Has the war started?
[28:43.67]Sir, you should have made your presence known.
[28:47.37]In the middle of that beautiful love scene?
[28:49.74]That wouldn't have been very tactful, would it?
[28:52.01]But don't worry, your secret is safe with me.
[28:55.11]Sir, you are no gentleman!
[28:56.35]And you, miss, are no lady.
[28:58.95]Don't think I hold that against you.
[29:00.85]Ladies have never held any charm for me.
[29:02.65]First you take a low, common advantage of me, then you insult me.
[29:05.75]I meant it as a compliment and I hope to see more of you...
[29:09.26]when you're free of the spell of the elegant Mr. Wilkes.
[29:12.16]He doesn't strike me as half good enough for a girl of your... What was it?
[29:16.67]Your "passion for living. "
[29:18.33]How dare you! You aren't fit to wipe his boots.
[29:22.37]And you were going to hate him for the rest of your life.
[29:27.84]She certainly made a fool of herself running after all the men at the barbecue.
[29:31.91]That's not fair, India.
[29:33.65]She's so attractive, the men just naturally flock to her.
[29:36.49]Oh, Melanie, you're just too good to be true.
[29:38.49]Didn't you see her going after your brother Charles?
[29:40.92]Yes, and she knows Charles belongs to me.
[29:42.96]Oh, you're wrong, India.
[29:44.66]Scarlett's just high-spirited and vivacious.
[29:48.10]Men may flirt with girls like that but they don't marry them.
[29:50.83]I think you're being very mean to her.
[30:01.68]War! War's declared! War!
[30:22.20]Mr. Lincoln has called for soldiers, volunteers to fight against us.
[30:25.57]Don't you men ever think about anything important?
[30:28.24]But it's war and everybody's going off to enlist.
[30:30.47]They're going right away. I'm going, too.
[30:37.68]Oh, Miss O'Hara, will you be sorry?
[30:40.32]To see us go, I mean.
[30:42.62]I'll cry into my pillow every night.
[30:44.69]Miss O'Hara, I told you I loved you.
[30:46.86]You're the most beautiful girl in the world, and the sweetest and the dearest.
[30:51.39]I know I couldn't hope that you could love me.
[30:53.76]I'm so clumsy and stupid and not nearly good enough for you.
[30:57.30]But if you could think of marrying me, I'd do anything in the world for you.
[31:01.24]Just anything. I promise.
[31:03.31]What did you say?
[31:04.77]Miss O'Hara, I said, would you marry me?
[31:13.25]Yes, Mr. Hamilton, I will.
[31:15.88]You will? You'll marry me? You'll wait for me?
[31:18.59]I don't think I'd want to wait.
[31:19.99]You mean you'll marry me before I go?
[31:22.93]Oh, Miss O'Hara.
[31:28.30]When may I speak to your father?
[31:29.87]The sooner the better.
[31:31.00]I'll go now. I can't wait.
[31:32.63]Will you excuse me, dear?
[31:39.48]Mr. O'Hara, Mr. O'Hara.
[31:41.41]It'll be a week at least before they call on me.
[31:43.58]Only a week, and then they'll take you away from me.
[32:19.72]Scarlett, I thought of you at our wedding yesterday...
[32:22.42]and I hoped that yours would be as beautiful, and it was.
[32:27.59]Now we're really and truly sisters.
[32:30.69]- Charles. - Melanie.
[32:40.10]Don't cry, darling. The war will be over in a few weeks...
[32:43.31]and I'll be coming back to you.
[33:31.59]Well, I don't care. I'm too young to be a widow.
[33:37.99]Why, I'd just go around scaring people in that thing.
[33:41.66]You ain't supposed to be around people. You's in mourning.
[33:44.40]For what? I don't feel anything.
[33:47.30]Why should I have to pretend and pretend...
[33:50.61]What is it?
[33:56.28]What is it?
[33:57.68]My life is over.
[33:59.41]Nothing will ever happen to me anymore.
[34:05.82]I know you'll think I'm horrible, but I just can't bear going around in black.
[34:10.66]It's bad enough not being able to go to any parties...
[34:13.33]but looking this way, too.
[34:15.03]I don't think you're at all horrible.
[34:17.00]It's only natural to want to look young and be young when you are young.
[34:24.21]How would you like to go visiting somewhere?
[34:27.48]What would I do in Savannah?
[34:29.71]Well, Atlanta, then.
[34:31.61]There's lots going on there.
[34:33.72]And you could stay with Melanie and her Aunt Pittypat.
[34:41.16]Yes, I could, couldn't I?
[34:42.49]Oh, Mother, you're sweet to me, sweeter than anybody in the world.
[34:45.76]You'd like it, really?
[34:47.63]All right then. Now stop your crying and smile.
[34:52.73]You can take Prissy with you.
[34:54.97]Start packing Miss Scarlett's things, Mammy.
[34:57.67]I'll go write the necessary letters.
[35:03.65]Savannah would be better for you. You'd just get in trouble in Atlanta.
[35:07.08]What trouble are you talking about?
[35:08.68]You know what trouble I's talking about. I's talking about Mr. Ashley Wilkes.
[35:12.45]He'll come to Atlanta when he gets his leave...
[35:14.66]and you're sitting there waiting for him like a spider!
[35:17.26]- He belongs to Miss Melanie... - You go pack my things like Mother said.
[35:41.62]They're all whispering, and I just know it's about her.
[35:44.45]What's it matter what they say, Aunt Pittypat?
[35:46.52]But Scarlett is living under my roof, so they all think I'm responsible for her.
[35:51.26]And for a widow to appear in public at a social gathering!
[35:55.06]Every time I think of it I feel faint!
[35:57.87]Aunt Pitty, you know Scarlett came here only to help raise money for the cause.
[36:02.17]It was splendid of her to make the sacrifice.
[36:05.37]Anyone would think, to hear you talk...
[36:07.18]that she came here to dance instead of to sell things.
[36:23.03]Ladies and gentlemen!
[36:24.83]I have important news! Glorious news!
[36:27.90]Another triumph for our magnificent men in arms.
[36:31.73]General Lee has completely whipped the enemy...
[36:35.04]and swept the Yankee Army northward from Virginia.
[36:48.15]And now, a happy surprise for all of us.
[36:51.75]We have with us tonight that most daring of all blockade-runners...
[36:56.26]whose fleet schooners, slipping past the Yankee guns...
[36:59.90]have brought us here the very woolens and laces we wear tonight.
[37:03.93]I refer, ladies and gentlemen, to that will-o'- the-wisp of the bounding main.
[37:08.20]None other than our friend from Charleston...
[37:11.31]Capt. Rhett Butler!
[37:39.53]Capt. Butler, it's such a pleasure to see you again.
[37:43.04]I met you last at my husband's home.
[37:45.17]That's kind of you to remember, Mrs. Wilkes.
[37:47.81]Did you meet Capt. Butler at Twelve Oaks, Scarlett?
[37:50.51]Yes, I think so.
[37:52.88]Only for a moment, Mrs. Hamilton. It was in the library.
[37:55.58]You had broken something.
[37:58.59]Yes, Capt. Butler, I remember you.
[38:01.09]Ladies, the Confederacy asks for your jewelry on behalf of our noble cause.
[38:05.19]We aren't wearing any. We're in mourning.
[38:09.20]On behalf of Mrs. Wilkes and Mrs. Hamilton.
[38:12.60]Thank you, Capt. Butler.
[38:14.24]Just a moment, please.
[38:18.67]But it's your wedding ring, ma'am.
[38:21.11]It may help my husband more, off my finger.
[38:28.65]That's a very beautiful thing to do, Mrs. Wilkes.
[38:33.05]You can have mine, too, for the cause.
[38:37.89]And you, Mrs. Hamilton. I know just how much that means to you.
[38:42.00]- Melanie! - Yes, Dr. Meade.
[38:43.43]I need your approval, as a member of the Committee...
[38:45.90]for something we want to do that's rather shocking.
[38:48.94]Will you excuse us, please?
[38:52.97]I'll say one thing. The war makes the most peculiar widows.
[38:56.91]I wish you'd go away.
[38:58.15]If you had any raising you'd know I'd never want to see you again.
[39:04.22]Now, why be silly?
[39:05.75]You've no reason for hating me. I'll carry your guilty secret to my grave.
[39:11.63]I guess I'd be very unpatriotic to hate one of the great heroes of the war.
[39:15.30]I do declare I was surprised to see you turn out to be such a noble character.
[39:19.13]I can't bear to take advantage of your little girl ideas, Miss O'Hara.
[39:22.70]I'm neither noble nor heroic.
[39:24.97]But you are a blockade-runner?
[39:26.37]For profit, and profit only.
[39:28.64]Are you telling me you don't believe in the cause?
[39:30.95]I believe in Rhett Butler. He's the only cause I know.
[39:33.65]The rest doesn't mean much to me.
[39:38.59]And now, ladies and gentlemen...
[39:40.66]I have a startling surprise for the benefit of the hospital.
[39:45.39]Gentlemen, if you wish to lead the opening reel with the lady of your choice...
[39:49.83]you must bid for her.
[39:53.07]Caroline Meade, how can you permit your husband to conduct this...
[39:56.20]this slave auction?
[39:57.91]Dolly Merriwether, how dare you criticize me!
[40:00.84]Melanie Wilkes told the doctor...
[40:02.48]that if it's for the benefit of the cause, it's quite all right.
[40:06.78]Oh dear, oh dear. Where are my smelling salts?
[40:10.19]I think I shall faint.
[40:11.52]Don't you dare faint, Pittypat Hamilton.
[40:14.02]If Melanie says it's all right, it is all right.
[40:17.86]Come, gentlemen, do I hear your bids? Make your offers.
[40:21.60]Don't be bashful, gentlemen.
[40:24.07]$20. $20 for Miss Maybelle Merriwether.
[40:28.10]$25 for Miss Fanny Elsing.
[40:30.37]Only $25 to give your...
[40:32.64]$150 in gold.
[40:35.24]For what lady, sir?
[40:36.54]For Mrs. Charles Hamilton.
[40:41.42]For whom, sir?
[40:43.02]Mrs. Charles Hamilton.
[40:44.65]Mrs. Hamilton is in mourning, Capt. Butler...
[40:46.92]but I'm sure any of our Atlanta belles would be proud to...
[40:49.76]Dr. Meade, I said Mrs. Charles Hamilton.
[40:54.03]She will not consider it, sir.
[40:56.46]Oh, yes, I will.
[41:10.05]Choose your partners for the Virginia reel.
[41:14.35]We've sort of shocked the Confederacy.
[41:16.45]It's a bit like blockade-running, isn't it?
[41:19.52]But I expect a very fancy profit out of it.
[41:21.52]I don't care what you expect or what they think.
[41:23.73]I'm going to dance and dance.
[41:25.09]Tonight I wouldn't mind dancing with Abe Lincoln himself.
[41:59.96]Another dance and my reputation will be lost forever.
[42:02.63]With enough courage, you can do without a reputation.
[42:05.10]Oh, you do talk scandalous.
[42:14.98]You do waltz divinely, Capt. Butler.
[42:17.48]Don't start flirting with me. I'm not one of your plantation beaux.
[42:21.42]I want more than flirting from you.
[42:24.19]What do you want?
[42:26.25]I'll tell you, Scarlett O'Hara, if you'll take that Southern belle simper off your face.
[42:31.49]Some day I want you to say to me...
[42:33.09]the words I heard you say to Ashley Wilkes:
[42:36.30]"I love you. "
[42:38.00]That's something you'll never hear from me, Capt. Butler, as long as you live.
[43:02.82]How sweet, how kind.
[43:05.09]He is a thoughtful gentleman.
[43:07.13]Fiddle-dee-dee, why doesn't he say something about my sacrifice?
[43:18.77]Oh, the darling thing.
[43:20.94]Oh, Rhett, it's lovely, lovely.
[43:23.04]You didn't really bring it all the way from Paris just for me.
[43:26.21]Yes, I thought it was about time I got you out of that fake mourning.
[43:29.98]Next trip, I'll bring you some green silk for a frock to match it.
[43:34.56]It's my duty to our brave boys at the front to keep our girls at home looking pretty.
[43:40.20]Oh, it's so long since I've had anything new.
[43:53.34]How do I look?
[43:55.71]Awful! Just awful.
[43:57.88]Why, what's the matter?
[43:59.25]This war has stopped being a joke...
[44:00.85]when a girl like you doesn't know how to wear the latest fashion.
[44:09.16]Oh, Rhett, let me do it.
[44:17.27]But, Rhett, I don't know how I'd dare wear it.
[44:21.04]You will, though.
[44:23.00]And another thing. Those pantalets.
[44:25.61]I don't know a woman in Paris who wears pantalets anymore.
[44:28.64]Oh, what do they...
[44:30.31]You shouldn't talk about such things.
[44:32.51]You little hypocrite.
[44:33.58]You don't mind my knowing about them, just my talking.
[44:36.18]I really can't go on accepting these gifts, though you are awfully kind.
[44:40.09]I'm not kind. I'm just tempting you.
[44:42.09]I never give anything without expecting something in return. I always get paid.
[44:46.03]If you think I'll marry you to pay for the bonnet, I won't.
[44:48.80]Don't flatter yourself. I'm not a marrying man.
[44:51.77]Well, I won't kiss you for it, either.
[45:04.81]Open your eyes and look at me.
[45:08.02]No, I don't think I will kiss you...
[45:10.02]although you need kissing badly.
[45:11.79]That's what's wrong with you.
[45:13.19]You should be kissed, and often. And by someone who knows how.
[45:16.19]Oh, and I suppose you think you're the proper person.
[45:18.93]I might be, if the right moment ever came.
[45:22.23]You're a conceited, black-hearted varmint, Rhett Butler.
[45:25.00]And I don't know why I let you come and see me.
[45:28.07]I'll tell you why, Scarlett.
[45:29.77]Because I'm the only man over 16 and under 60...
[45:32.04]who's around to show you a good time.
[45:34.41]But cheer up, the war can't last much longer.
[45:37.11]Really, Rhett? Why?
[45:38.65]There's a battle going on right now that ought to pretty well fix things...
[45:42.35]one way or the other.
[45:43.48]Oh, Rhett. Is Ashley in it?
[45:46.89]You haven't gotten the wooden-headed Mr. Wilkes out of your mind.
[45:50.33]Yes, I suppose he's in it.
[45:51.73]Oh, but tell me, Rhett, where is it?
[45:54.03]Some little town in Pennsylvania called Gettysburg.
[47:18.65]Here you is, Miss Melanie.
[47:19.81]They was fighting for them, so it just got tore in half.
[47:22.78]Scarlett, you look. The "W's" at the end.
[47:29.49]"Wellman, Wendell, White, Whitner, Wilkins...
[47:33.53]"Williams, Woolsey, Workman. "
[47:34.80]Scarlett, you've passed him.
[47:37.67]Oh, he isn't there!
[47:39.57]He isn't there!
[47:40.64]Ashley's safe. He isn't listed.
[47:42.90]Oh, he's safe, he's safe.
[47:46.91]Oh, Scarlett, you're so sweet to worry about Ashley like this for me.
[47:58.35]I must go to her.
[48:01.26]Don't, my dear, not here.
[48:04.06]Let's go home.
[48:06.83]Dr. Meade, not...
[48:08.60]Yes, our boy, Darcy.
[48:12.03]I was making these mittens for him.
[48:15.34]He won't need them now.
[48:18.04]Mother, I'm going to enlist! I'll show them. I'll kill all those Yankees.
[48:21.71]Phil Meade, you hush your mouth.
[48:23.14]You think it'll help your mother to have you off getting shot, too?
[48:26.38]I never heard of anything so silly.
[48:30.52]It's a black day, Scarlett. You haven't had bad news, have you?
[48:35.02]I'm glad, for Mrs. Wilkes' sake.
[48:36.79]Rhett, there are so many others.
[48:38.46]Any of your friends?
[48:39.56]Just about every family in the county. The Tarleton boys, Rhett, both of them.
[48:43.36]Yes, look at them. All these poor tragic people.
[48:47.90]The South's sinking to its knees. It'll never rise again.
[48:53.84]The cause of living in the past is dying right in front of us.
[48:57.15]I never heard you talk like that before.
[48:59.18]I'm angry. Waste always makes me angry. And that's what all this is, sheer waste.
[49:05.55]But don't you be downcast.
[49:07.39]Ashley Wilkes is still alive to come home to the women who love him...
[49:11.16]both of them.
[49:49.30]Oh, you're here.
[49:54.24]Oh, you're here. You're really here at last.
[49:57.51]Oh, my dear, I've waited so long.
[49:59.91]Melanie, my dear, my darling wife.
[50:06.25]Oh, but we're forgetting Scarlett.
[50:13.55]Well, is this any way to greet a returning warrior?
[50:22.36]Merry Christmas, Ashley.
[50:32.61]Come on, old gentleman, come on. We've got all your wives.
[50:37.18]We've got all your little chicks.
[50:39.15]You got nobody to worry your head about leaving.
[50:44.12]Now you just stand still so you can be a Christmas gift for the white folks.
[50:48.99]Now hold on.
[50:52.53]Don't go getting so uppity...
[50:54.63]even if you is the last chicken in Atlanta.
[50:59.40]Let's not talk about the war. It's Christmas.
[51:02.04]Let's talk about Twelve Oaks, and Tara, and all the times before the war.
[51:05.81]Can we have the wine, Aunt Pittypat?
[51:07.41]Why did you say there wasn't enough, Uncle Peter?
[51:09.88]There's plenty. It's the very last of my father's fine Madeira.
[51:13.61]He got it from his uncle, Admiral Will Hamilton of Savannah...
[51:17.62]who married his cousin, Jessica Carroll of Carrollton...
[51:21.16]who was his second cousin once removed and a kin to the Wilkeses, too.
[51:24.89]I saved it to wish Ashley a Merry Christmas.
[51:29.06]But you mustn't drink it all at once because it is the last.
[51:37.57]I meant it, my dear. It was a lovely Christmas gift.
[51:40.71]Only generals have tunics like this nowadays.
[51:43.14]I'm so happy you like it, dear.
[51:44.98]Where did you get the cloth?
[51:46.85]It was sent to me by a Charleston lady.
[51:49.05]I nursed her son while he was in the hospital, Ashley, before he died and...
[51:53.75]Oh, you will take good care of it, won't you?
[51:56.46]You won't let it get torn.
[52:00.13]You mustn't worry.
[52:01.80]I'll bring it back to you without any holes in it, I promise.
[52:08.20]Good night, my dear.
[52:09.30]Good night, Scarlett, darling.
[52:24.49]Is it time yet, Uncle Peter, for Mr. Ashley to leave?
[52:26.95]Pretty quick now, Miss Scarlett.
[52:28.89]She isn't going to the depot with him? She hasn't changed her mind?
[52:32.43]No, ma'am. She's laying down.
[52:34.23]She's so upset Mr. Wilkes told her she can't even come downstairs.
[52:49.98]Ashley, let me go to the depot with you.
[52:53.25]Oh, Scarlett, I'd rather remember you as you are now...
[52:56.48]not shivering at the depot.
[53:00.65]Oh, Ashley, I've got a present for you, too.
[53:10.70]Why, Scarlett, it's beautiful.
[53:13.30]Tie it on me, my dear.
[53:16.37]While Melly was making your new tunic, I made this to go with it.
[53:20.84]You made it yourself?
[53:23.14]Well, then I shall value it all the more.
[53:26.18]You know there's nothing I wouldn't do for you.
[53:30.22]There's something you can do for me.
[53:32.09]What is it?
[53:33.69]Will you look after Melanie for me?
[53:36.82]She's so frail and gentle and she loves you so much.
[53:40.26]You see, if I were killed and she...
[53:41.86]Oh, you mustn't say that. It's bad luck. Say a prayer quickly.
[53:45.77]You say one for me.
[53:48.34]We shall need all our prayers now the end is coming.
[53:52.97]The end of the war.
[53:55.38]And the end of our world, Scarlett.
[53:58.18]But, Ashley, you don't think the Yankees are beating us?
[54:01.55]Scarlett, my men are barefooted now...
[54:05.62]and the snow in Virginia is deep.
[54:08.62]When I see them...
[54:10.46]and I see the Yankees coming and coming, always more and more...
[54:17.80]Well, when the end does come I shall be far away.
[54:21.50]It'll be a comfort to me to know that she has you.
[54:25.11]You will promise, won't you?
[54:32.18]Is that all, Ashley?
[54:34.82]All except goodbye.
[54:38.09]Oh, Ashley, I can't let you go.
[54:40.22]- You must be brave... - No...
[54:43.06]How else can I bear going?
[54:46.09]Oh, Scarlett, you are so fine and strong and beautiful.
[54:50.93]Not just your sweet face, my dear...
[54:58.64]Ashley, kiss me.
[55:01.38]Kiss me goodbye!
[55:10.82]Oh, Ashley, I love you.
[55:12.99]I've always loved you. I've never loved anyone else.
[55:16.22]I only married Charles just to hurt you.
[55:18.93]Ashley, tell me you love me.
[55:22.10]I'll live on it the rest of my life.
[55:47.52]When the war is over, Ashley.
[55:50.59]When the war is over.
[56:13.01]And there's a place back home...
[56:15.55]where a wild plum tree comes to flower in the springtime.
[56:20.02]Down by the creek, you know.
[56:22.15]Yes, I know, I know.
[56:24.66]When we were little, my brother Jeff and I used to...
[56:28.29]I told you about my brother Jeff, didn't I, ma'am?
[56:32.06]I know I did.
[56:35.10]We don't know where Jeff is now, ma'am.
[56:38.37]Since Bull Run we haven't heard anything and...
[56:42.21]Please, we must have your temperature now.
[56:44.71]Just take this in your mouth and not talk anymore.
[56:47.25]Not just now.
[56:49.18]Melanie, I'm so tired. I've got to go home.
[56:53.12]Aren't you tired, Melanie?
[56:55.42]No, I'm not tired, Scarlett.
[56:58.62]This might be...
[57:02.03]And only strangers here to comfort him.
[57:05.33]No, I'm not tired, Scarlett.
[57:08.53]They could all be...
[57:24.22]I've been sitting by this curb one solid hour waiting to speak to you, Miss Wilkes.
[57:28.39]Go on, you trash, don't you be pestering these ladies.
[57:31.16]Don't talk to her, Melly.
[57:32.76]It's all right, Scarlett. Who are you?
[57:35.19]My name's Belle Watling. But that don't matter.
[57:37.83]I expect you think I've got no business here.
[57:40.10]Hadn't you best tell me what you want to see me about?
[57:42.83]First time I come here, I says, "Belle, you're a nurse. "
[57:46.14]But the ladies didn't want my kind of nursing.
[57:48.47]Well, they was more than likely right.
[57:50.54]Then I tried giving them money.
[57:52.74]My money wasn't good enough for them, either.
[57:56.95]I know a gentleman who says you're a human being.
[57:59.58]If you are, which they ain't, you'll take my money for the hospital.
[58:03.39]What are you doing here? Haven't you been told twice already?
[58:06.56]This time I'm conversing with Miss Wilkes.
[58:08.63]You might as well take my money, Miss Wilkes.
[58:10.80]It's good money, even if it is mine.
[58:12.90]I'm sure you're very generous.
[58:14.57]No, I'm not. I'm a Confederate like everybody else, that's all.
[58:17.97]Of course you are.
[58:19.57]Some folks here wouldn't feel that way.
[58:21.91]But maybe they ain't as good Christians as you.
[58:31.75]Look, Mrs. Meade. It's a great deal of money.
[58:34.82]$10, $20, $30, $50.
[58:37.29]And it's not our paper money. It's gold.
[58:40.26]Let me see that handkerchief.
[58:45.73]And she's driving away in Rhett Butler's carriage!
[58:49.97]Oh, if I just wasn't a lady what wouldn't I tell that varmint!
[59:27.91]"The Lord is my shepherd. I shall not want.
[59:30.98]"He maketh me to lie down in green pastures.
[59:37.38]"He restoreth my soul.
[59:39.65]"He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.
[59:43.89]"Yeah, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death...
[59:47.53]"I will fear no evil.
[59:49.43]"For thou art with me.
[59:51.03]"Thy rod and thy staff, they comfort me. "
[59:56.10]Yankees! Dr. Meade, they're getting closer.
[59:59.27]They'll never get into Atlanta. They'll never get through old Peg-Leg Hood.
[60:02.81]We'll be safe in the hospital.
[60:04.64]Give me something for the pain.
[60:07.55]Give me something for the pain!
[60:09.28]Sorry, son, we haven't got anything to give you.
[60:13.52]These animals is driving me crazy!
[18:09.64]Don't you know it's <b>dangerous</b> <b>jouncing</b> Mrs. Wilkes over <b>miles</b> of open <b>country<, /b>?
[00:00.66]What <b>luck</b>! You've got my jack!
[00:02.89]Give me an ace and I'll start another war!
[00:05.56]I'll bid the moon!
[00:11.13]I'll never see you or Pa again.
[00:16.17]This leg's got to come off, soldier.
[00:17.97]No, no! Leave me alone!
[00:20.41]I'm sorry, soldier.
[00:21.61]We're all run out of chloroform, Dr. Meade.
[00:23.61]Then we'll have to <b>operate</b> without it.
[00:25.35]No, no! Leave me alone!
[00:27.22]You can't do it. I won't let you do it to me!
[00:29.55]Tell Dr. Wilson to take this leg off immediately. It's gangrene.
[00:32.86]No, no! Don't!
[00:34.99]I haven't seen my family in three days.
[00:37.79]I'm going home for half an hour.
[00:40.23]Orderly! Give me a lift.
[00:45.94]Nurse, you can free this bed.
[00:52.34]Why, Frank Kennedy!
[00:54.11]Miss Suellen, is she well?
[00:56.38]When did they bring you in? You all right? Are you badly hurt?
[00:59.62]- But Miss Suellen, is she... - She's all right, but I...
[01:02.28]Dr. Wilson needs you in the operating room.
[01:04.25]He's going to <b>take off</b> that leg. Better hurry.
[01:08.52]I'll be back.
[01:11.56]No, no, leave me alone!
[01:14.50]No, no, I can't stand it!
[01:17.70]No don't! Don't cut!
[01:26.71]Where's the nurse?
[01:32.98]Dr. Wilson's waiting.
[01:34.08]Let him wait! I'm going home! I've done enough.
[01:36.35]I don't want any more men dying! I don't want any more!
[02:43.22]Big Sam! Big Sam!
[02:46.29]Almighty Moses, it's Miss Scarlett!
[02:51.76]Sam, 'Lige, 'Postel, Prophet! I'm so glad to see you!
[02:55.20]Tell me about Tara, about my mother. She didn't write me.
[02:57.97]- She's gone and got sick, Miss Scarlett. - Sick?
[03:00.10]Just a little bit sick, that's all.
[03:01.67]Your pa was wild when they wouldn't let him fight 'cause of his broken knee.
[03:05.34]He had fits when they took us field hands to dig ditches for white soldiers to hide in.
[03:09.55]But your ma says the Confederacy needs us.
[03:11.45]So we's gonna dig for the South.
[03:12.95]Sam, was there a doctor?
[03:14.15]Ma'am, we've got to march.
[03:15.35]Goodbye, Miss Scarlett. Don't worry, we'll stop them Yankees.
[03:18.25]Goodbye, Big Sam. Goodbye, boys. If any of you get sick or hurt, let me know.
[03:22.02]- Goodbye, Miss Scarlett. - Goodbye.
[03:23.53]- Goodbye. - Goodbye.
[03:51.19]Climb into this buggy. This is no day for walking.
[03:54.32]You'll get run over.
[03:57.33]Drive me to Aunt Pitty's, please.
[04:01.13]Panic's a pretty sight, isn't it?
[04:06.37]That's just another of Gen. Sherman's calling cards.
[04:09.04]He'll be paying us a visit soon.
[04:10.44]I've got to get out of here before the Yankees come!
[04:13.28]And leave your work at the hospital?
[04:15.28]Or have you had enough of death and lice and men chopped up?
[04:19.15]I suppose you weren't meant for sick men, Scarlett.
[04:21.52]Don't talk to me like that. I'm so scared.
[04:23.62]I wish I could get out of here.
[04:25.75]Let's get out of here together.
[04:27.26]No use staying here and letting the South come down around your ears.
[04:30.56]There are too many nice places to go and visit.
[04:33.43]Mexico, London, Paris...
[04:35.80]- With you? - Yes, ma'am.
[04:37.97]With a man who understands you and admires you for just what you are.
[04:41.47]I figure we belong together, being the same sort.
[04:44.94]I've been waiting for you to grow up and get that sad-eyed Ashley out of your heart.
[04:49.68]Well, I hear Mrs. Wilkes is going to have a baby in another month or so.
[04:54.18]It'll be hard loving a man with a wife and baby clinging to him.
[05:00.56]Well, here we are. Are you going with me, or are you getting out?
[05:04.93]I hate and despise you, Rhett Butler, and I'll hate and despise you till I die.
[05:10.43]Oh, no, you won't, Scarlett. Not that long.
[05:20.84]Miss Scarlett! Miss Scarlett!
[05:22.44]Folks is all going to Macon and folks is running away and running away.
[05:26.22]I can't bear it! Those cannon balls right in my ears!
[05:29.65]I faint every time I hear one!
[05:32.82]Uncle Peter, look out for that trunk!
[05:35.22]But, Aunt Pitty, you aren't leaving?
[05:36.93]I may be a coward, but oh, dear!
[05:39.76]Yankees in Georgia!
[05:41.90]How did they ever get in?
[05:43.07]I'm going, too. Prissy, go pack my things. Get them, quick!
[05:45.87]Wait, Aunt Pitty, I won't be a minute.
[05:47.70]Scarlett, do you really think you ought to?
[05:50.87]What is this? You ain't planning on running away?
[05:53.91]And don't you dare try to stop me. I'm never going back to that hospital.
[05:57.45]I've had enough of smelling death and rot and death.
[06:00.55]I'm going home. I want my mother. My mother needs me.
[06:03.72]Now you've got to listen to me. You must stay here!
[06:06.49]Without a chaperon, Dr. Meade? It simply isn't done!
[06:09.56]Good heavens, woman, this is war, not a garden party!
[06:12.19]You've got to stay. Melanie needs you.
[06:13.90]Oh, bother Melanie.
[06:15.03]She's ill already. She shouldn't even be having a baby.
[06:17.60]She may have a difficult time.
[06:18.90]Can't we take her along?
[06:20.20]Do you want her to take that chance?
[06:21.77]To be jounced over rough roads...
[06:23.41]and have her baby ahead of time, in a buggy?
[06:25.41]It isn't my baby! You take care of her!
[06:27.34]Scarlett! We haven't enough doctors...
[06:29.28]much less nurses to look after a sick woman.
[06:31.65]You've got to stay for Melanie.
[06:34.35]I don't know anything about babies being born!
[06:36.39]I knows, I knows.
[06:38.05]I knows how to do it. I's done it lots and lots.
[06:40.96]Let me, Doctor, let me. I can do everything.
[06:43.99]- Good. Then I'll rely on you to help us. - Yes, Doctor.
[06:47.16]Ashley's fighting in the field, fighting for the cause.
[06:50.47]He may never come back. He may die.
[06:53.70]Scarlett, we owe him a well-born child.
[06:57.87]If you're coming, Scarlett, hurry!
[07:00.78]I promised Ashley...
[07:03.61]Then you'll stay?
[07:05.58]Good. Go along, Miss Pittypat. Scarlett's staying.
[07:08.78]Go on, Uncle Peter. Oh, dear, I don't know what to do.
[07:12.09]It's like the end of the world.
[07:15.36]Uncle Peter, my smelling salts.
[07:25.57]Melanie, it's all your fault!
[07:28.44]I hate you, I hate you!
[07:30.51]And I hate your baby!
[07:32.41]If only I hadn't promised Ashley!
[07:34.81]If only I hadn't promised him!
[08:06.11]Stop! Stop, please stop!
[08:08.54]Is it true? Are the Yankees coming?
[08:10.21]I'm afraid so, ma'am. The Army's pulling out.
[08:12.28]Pulling out of Atlanta? Leaving us to the Yankees?
[08:14.58]Not leaving, ma'am, evacuating.
[08:16.12]We've got to before Sherman cuts the McDonough Road and catches us.
[08:19.32]It can't be true! It can't be true! What'll I do?
[08:22.29]Better refugee south right quick, ma'am. If you'll excuse me, ma'am.
[08:29.33]Prissy, come here!
[08:31.03]Pack my things and Miss Melanie's, too. We're going to Tara right away.
[08:34.57]The Yankees are coming!
[08:41.58]Melly, we're going to...
[08:49.65]I'm sorry to be such a bother, Scarlett.
[08:55.52]It began at daybreak.
[09:00.56]But the Yankees are coming.
[09:05.87]You'd be at Tara now with your mother, wouldn't you...
[09:09.81]if it weren't for me?
[09:12.27]Oh, Scarlett, darling...
[09:14.51]you've been so good to me.
[09:16.51]No sister could have been sweeter.
[09:22.22]I've been lying here thinking...
[09:25.32]if I should die...
[09:28.06]will you take my baby?
[09:32.39]Oh, fiddle-dee-dee, Melly.
[09:34.50]Aren't things bad enough without you talking about dying?
[09:37.87]- I'll send for Dr. Meade right away. - Not yet, Scarlett.
[09:40.84]I couldn't let Dr. Meade sit here for hours, while...
[09:44.47]- while all those poor, wounded boys... - Prissy!
[09:49.54]Prissy! Prissy! Come here, quick!
[09:51.88]Go get Dr. Meade! Run, quick!
[09:53.42]Yes, ma'am. The baby!
[09:56.49]Well, don't stand there like a scared goat. Run!
[10:01.36]Hurry! I'll sell you South, I will! I swear I will!
[10:07.10]Where's that Prissy?
[10:11.90]This room's like an oven already...
[10:14.07]and it isn't noon yet.
[10:18.84]Oh, don't worry, Melly.
[10:21.18]Mother says it always seems like the doctor will never come.
[10:26.05]If I don't take a strap to that Prissy!
[10:37.99]You know what I heard about Maybelle Merriwether?
[10:40.66]You remember that funny-looking beau of hers?
[10:42.93]The one with a uniform like ladies' red flannel underdrawers.
[10:46.33]You don't have to keep on talking for my sake, Scarlett.
[10:50.11]I know how worried you are.
[11:05.32]Oh, Melly, I'll just go and fetch you some cool water.
[11:10.56]You're as slow as molasses in January.
[11:12.23]And where's Dr. Meade?
[11:13.86]- I ain't never seen him, Miss Scarlett. - What?
[11:16.26]No, ma'am. He ain't at the hospital.
[11:18.70]A man, he told me the doctor's down at the car shed with the wounded soldiers...
[11:23.74]Well, why didn't you go after him?
[11:27.74]I's scared to go down there to the car shed.
[11:31.08]There's folks dying down there and I's scared of dead folks.
[11:37.15]Oh, you go sit by Miss Melly.
[11:38.92]And don't you be upsetting her, or I'll whip the hide off you!
[12:20.63]- Have you seen Dr. Meade? - Side, lady, please.
[13:13.15]Dr. Meade! At last!
[13:15.02]Oh, thank heavens you're here. I need every pair of hands.
[13:18.39]Come, child! Wake up! We've got work to do.
[13:21.66]But Melly's having her baby. You've got to come with me!
[13:25.29]Are you crazy? I can't leave these men for a baby!
[13:28.23]They're dying, hundreds of them! Get some woman to help you.
[13:31.13]But there isn't anybody. Dr. Meade, she might die!
[13:35.44]Look at them! Bleeding to death in front of my eyes!
[13:38.44]No chloroform! No bandages! Nothing! Nothing to even ease their pain!
[13:43.08]Now run along and don't bother me.
[13:45.51]Now don't worry, child. There's nothing to bringing a baby.
[13:48.88]Now bring those stretchers in here!
[14:12.27]Is the doctor come?
[14:14.48]No, he can't come.
[14:15.98]Oh, Miss Scarlett, Miss Melly bad off.
[14:18.91]He can't come. There's nobody to come.
[14:22.22]Prissy, you've got to manage without the doctor. I'll help you.
[14:25.82]Oh, lordy, Miss Scarlett.
[14:28.82]Well, what is it?
[14:30.19]Lordy, we've got to have a doctor.
[14:32.53]I don't know nothing about birthing babies.
[14:36.70]- What do you mean? - I don't know...
[14:38.60]You told me you knew everything about it.
[14:40.50]I don't know how come I told such a lie.
[14:42.64]Ma ain't never let me around when folks was having them.
[14:50.11]Oh, Miss Scarlett...
[14:55.32]Go light a fire in the stove!
[14:56.82]Keep boiling water in the kettle, get me the ball of twine and...
[14:59.85]and all the clean towels you can find, and the scissors.
[15:02.46]Don't come telling me you can't find them.
[15:04.36]Go get them, and get them quick!
[15:25.71]Go, Scarlett, before the Yankees get here.
[15:28.08]I'm not afraid. You know I won't leave you.
[15:30.15]It's no use. I'm going to die.
[15:31.92]Don't be a goose, Melly. Hold on to me. Hold on to me.
[15:35.19]Talk to me, Scarlett.
[15:37.46]Please talk to me.
[15:39.76]Don't try to be brave, Melly.
[15:41.13]Yell all you want, there's nobody to hear.
[15:43.60]Ma says that if you puts a knife under the bed, it cuts the pain in two.
[15:59.05]Who do you want?
[16:01.22]He's upstairs. Belle Watling's giving a party.
[16:09.66]Capt. Butler! Oh, Capt. Butler!
[16:12.33]What's all the rumpus about?
[16:14.56]I's got a message for Capt. Butler, Miss Watling!
[16:17.97]Capt. Butler, you come out here in the streets to me.
[16:22.64]What is it, Prissy?
[16:23.81]Miss Scarlett, she done sent me for you.
[16:26.47]Miss Melly, she done had her baby today.
[16:29.71]A fine baby boy...
[16:33.08]and Miss Scarlett and me, we brung him.
[16:35.92]Do you mean to tell me that Scarlett...
[16:37.65]Well, it was mostly me, Capt. Butler, only Miss Scarlett...
[16:41.32]she helped me a little, but I don't expect no doctor could have done no better!
[16:46.49]Only Miss Melly, she feeling kind of poorly now it's all over!
[16:51.80]Yes, I can believe that!
[16:53.17]And the Yankees is coming, and Miss Scarlett, she said...
[16:58.04]Oh, Capt. Butler, the Yankees is here!
[17:01.44]Please come and bring your carriage for us right away.
[17:04.85]I'm sorry, Prissy, but the Army took my horse and carriage.
[17:07.72]You'd better come upstairs. I'll see what I can do.
[17:10.12]Oh, no, Capt. Butler!
[17:11.95]Ma would wear me out with a cornstalk if I was to go into Miss Watling's.
[17:17.86]Any of you beauties know where I can steal a horse for a good cause?
[17:28.40]- Whoa, Marse Robert. - Is that you, Rhett?
[17:31.51]- We's here, Miss Scarlett. We's here! - Rhett, I knew you'd come.
[17:34.61]Good evening. Nice weather we're having.
[17:36.51]Prissy tells me you're planning on taking a trip.
[17:38.75]If you make any jokes now, I'll kill you!
[17:40.85]Don't tell me you're frightened.
[17:42.25]I'm scared to death. If you had the sense of a goat, you'd be scared too.
[17:46.29]- Oh, the Yankees. - No, not yet.
[17:48.36]That's what's left of our Army, blowing up the ammunition...
[17:51.16]so the Yankees won't get it.
[17:52.36]We've got to get out of here.
[17:54.13]At your service, madam.
[17:55.20]Just where are you figuring on going?
[17:56.86]Home, to Tara.
[17:57.97]They've been fighting all day around Tara.
[18:00.27]Do you think you can parade through the Yankee Army...
[18:02.77]with a sick woman, a baby, and a simple-minded darky...
[18:05.31]or do you intend leaving them behind?
[18:07.04]They're going with me. I'm going home. You can't stop me!
[18:09.64]Don't you know it's dangerous jouncing Mrs. Wilkes over miles of open country?
[18:13.45]I want my mother!
[18:15.75]I want to go home to Tara!
[18:17.72]Tara's probably been burned to the ground.
[18:19.59]The woods are full of stragglers from both armies.
[18:21.86]The least they'll do is take the horse away from you.
[18:24.29]It isn't much of an animal, but I had trouble stealing it.
[18:26.96]I'm going home if I have to walk every step of the way.
[18:30.10]I'll kill you if you try to stop me. I will, I will!
[18:40.71]All right, darling, all right. Now you shall go home.
[18:46.11]I guess anybody who did what you've done today can take care of Sherman.
[18:51.19]Here, now. Stop crying.
[18:56.02]Now blow your nose like a good little girl.
[19:11.47]Prissy! What are you doing?
[19:12.64]I's packing, Miss Scarlett.
[19:14.14]Stop it and come get the baby.
[19:21.58]Mrs. Wilkes, we're taking you to Tara.
[19:25.79]- It's the only way, Melly. - No.
[19:27.72]Sherman will burn the house over our heads if we stay.
[19:30.73]It's all right, Melly.
[19:34.40]My poor baby.
[19:40.47]Have you the strength to put your arms around my neck?
[19:42.97]I think so.
[19:48.88]Oh, Ashley, Charles...
[19:51.31]What is it? What does she want?
[19:52.98]Ashley's picture, Charles' sword. She wants us to bring them.
[20:14.17]Our gallant lads must have set fire to the warehouses near the depot.
[20:17.54]There's enough ammunition in the boxcars to blow us to Tara.
[20:20.48]We'll have to hurry to get across the tracks.
[20:22.51]- You're not going that way! - We have to.
[20:24.31]The McDonough Road's the only one the Yankees haven't cut yet.
[20:36.72]Oh, wait. I forgot to lock the front door.
[20:39.29]What are you laughing at?
[20:40.66]At you, locking the Yankees out.
[20:59.85]Oh, dear, I wish they'd hurry.
[21:01.55]I wouldn't be in such a hurry to see them go if I were you.
[21:04.35]With them goes the last semblance of law and order.
[21:09.19]The scavengers aren't wasting any time.
[21:15.83]We've got to get out of here fast.
[21:17.63]There's a horse!
[21:30.34]Down the alley, cut them off.
[21:45.99]Give me that horse.
[22:03.24]They haven't left much for the Yankees to take, have they?
[22:05.95]We'll have to make a dash for it before the fire reaches that ammunition.
[22:36.14]Throw me your shawl.
[22:40.48]Sorry, but you'll like it better if you don't see anything.
[23:43.41]Take a good look, my dear.
[23:45.85]It's a historic moment.
[23:46.95]You can tell your grandchildren...
[23:48.48]how you watched the old South disappear one night.
[24:08.07]They were going to lick the Yankees in a month.
[24:10.54]Poor gallant fools!
[24:12.44]They make me sick, all of them!
[24:13.87]Getting us all into this with their swaggering and boasting.
[24:17.35]That's the way I felt once about their swaggering and boasting.
[24:21.55]Rhett, I'm so glad you aren't with the Army.
[24:23.99]You can be proud now, proud that you've been smarter than all of them.
[24:30.66]I'm not so proud.
[24:51.58]Why did you stop?
[24:52.71]This is the turn to Tara. Let the horse breathe a bit.
[24:56.92]Miss Melly done fainted way back, Capt. Butler.
[25:00.42]Well, she's probably better off.
[25:02.06]She couldn't stand the pain if she were conscious.
[25:05.63]Scarlett, are you still determined to do this crazy thing?
[25:08.56]Yes. I know we can get through, Rhett. I'm sure we can.
[25:11.47]Not we, my dear. You.
[25:13.67]I'm leaving you here.
[25:15.44]You're what? Rhett, where are you going?
[25:18.27]I'm going, my dear, to join the Army.
[25:20.71]You're joking! I could kill you for scaring me so!
[25:23.41]I'm very serious, Scarlett.
[25:25.21]I'm going to join up with our brave lads in gray.
[25:28.02]But they're running away!
[25:29.22]No. They'll turn and make a last stand, if I know anything about them.
[25:32.59]When they do, I'll be with them. A little late, but "Better late... "
[25:35.79]Rhett, you must be joking!
[25:38.56]Selfish to the end, aren't you?
[25:40.16]Thinking only of your own precious hide, with never a thought for the noble cause.
[25:44.13]Rhett, how could you do this to me...
[25:45.97]and why should you go now, after it's all over and I need you?
[25:51.14]Maybe it's because I've always had a weakness for lost causes...
[25:54.21]once they're really lost.
[25:57.91]maybe I'm ashamed of myself.
[26:02.25]You should die of shame to leave me here alone and helpless!
[26:07.96]Heaven help the Yankees if they capture you!
[26:11.26]Now climb down here. I want to say goodbye.
[26:21.00]Oh, Rhett, please don't go. You can't leave me, please.
[26:24.41]I'll never forgive you!
[26:26.21]I'm not asking you to forgive me. I'll never understand or forgive myself.
[26:30.31]And if a bullet gets me, so help me, I'll laugh at myself for being an idiot.
[26:34.98]But there's one thing I do know...
[26:36.68]and that is that I love you, Scarlett.
[26:38.39]In spite of you, me and the whole silly world going to pieces around us...
[26:41.96]I love you...
[26:43.12]because we're alike. Bad lots, both of us.
[26:46.03]Selfish and shrewd...
[26:48.16]but able to look things in the eyes and call them by their right names.
[26:51.60]Don't hold me like that!
[26:53.60]Scarlett, look at me.
[26:56.60]I love you more than I've ever loved any woman.
[26:59.17]And I've waited longer for you than I've ever waited for any woman.
[27:02.48]Let me alone!
[27:04.85]Here's a soldier of the South who loves you, Scarlett...
[27:07.45]wants to feel your arms around him...
[27:09.15]wants to carry the memory of your kisses into battle with him.
[27:12.09]Never mind about loving me.
[27:13.79]You're a woman sending a soldier to his death with a beautiful memory.
[27:17.83]Scarlett, kiss me.
[27:20.76]Kiss me, once.
[27:27.47]You low-down, cowardly, nasty thing, you!
[27:30.24]They were right! Everybody was right! You aren't a gentleman!
[27:36.81]A minor point at such a moment.
[27:42.52]If anyone lays a hand on that nag, shoot him.
[27:44.89]But don't make a mistake and shoot the nag.
[27:46.89]Oh, go on. I want you to go. I hope a cannonball lands slap on you.
[27:51.09]I hope you're blown into a million pieces!
[27:52.96]Never mind the rest. I follow your general idea.
[27:55.93]And when I'm dead on the altar of my country...
[27:58.10]I hope your conscience hurts you.
[28:28.46]Come on, you! We're going home.
[29:46.81]Oh, my poor baby.
[29:50.71]Don't worry, Melly.
[29:52.38]Mother will take care of him when we get home.
[29:54.58]Miss Scarlett, I's powerful hungry.
[29:57.62]We's got to have something to eat.
[29:59.49]Oh, hush up!
[30:01.16]We're nearly at Twelve Oaks. We'll stop there.
[31:13.19]Ashley, I'm glad you're not here to see this.
[31:19.27]The dirty Yankees!
[31:35.85]Prissy, come tie up this cow!
[31:38.85]We don't need no cow, Miss Scarlett.
[31:41.29]We'll be home soon, and I's scared of cows.
[31:44.96]Tear up your petticoat and tie her on to the back of the wagon.
[31:48.23]We need milk for the baby, and we don't know what we'll find at home.
[32:01.11]Melly! Melly, we're home!
[32:03.31]We're at Tara!
[32:04.41]Hurry! Move, you brute!
[32:07.88]Miss Scarlett, he's dead!
[32:10.78]I can't see the house! Is it there? I can't see the house. Have they burned it?
[32:18.79]Oh, it's all right.
[32:20.49]It's all right! They haven't burned it!
[32:23.16]It's still there!
[32:28.17]Mother! Mother! I'm home.
[32:33.47]Mother! Mother! I'm home.
[32:40.98]Mother, let me in. It's me, Scarlett!
[33:19.29]- Mammy, I'm home. - Honey, honey child!
[33:24.53]Oh, Mammy, I'm so...
[33:31.93]Miss Suellen and Miss Carreen, they was sick with the typhoid.
[33:36.27]They had it bad, but they's doing all right now.
[33:39.44]Just weak like little kittens.
[33:40.97]But where's Mother?
[33:46.35]Miss Ellen, she went down to nurse that Emmie Slattery, that white trash...
[33:51.95]and she took down with it, too.
[33:56.32]- And last night, she... - Mother!
[35:11.53]Miss Scarlett, honey.
[35:13.07]If there's anything I can do, Miss Scarlett...
[35:16.67]What did you do with Miss Melly?
[35:18.27]Don't you worry your pretty head about Miss Melly, child.
[35:20.94]I done slapped her in bed already, along with the baby.
[35:23.84]You better put that cow I brought into the barn, Pork.
[35:26.38]There ain't no barn no more, Miss Scarlett.
[35:28.78]The Yankees done burned it for firewood.
[35:30.78]They used the house for their headquarters.
[35:32.99]They camped all around the place.
[35:34.72]Yankees in Tara!
[35:36.26]Yes, ma'am, and they stole most everything they didn't burn.
[35:39.26]All the clothes and all the rugs and even Miss Ellen's rosaries.
[35:45.57]I'm starving, Pork. Get me something to eat.
[35:47.60]There ain't nothing to eat, honey. They took it all.
[35:51.14]All the chickens, everything?
[35:52.84]They took them the first thing.
[35:54.61]And what they didn't eat they carried off across their saddles.
[35:57.61]Don't tell me any more about what they did!
[36:16.26]What's this, Pa?
[36:25.21]Katie Scarlett, that's enough!
[36:27.41]You're not knowing spirits, you'll make yourself tipsy.
[36:30.81]I hope it makes me drunk.
[36:33.01]I'd like to be drunk.
[36:42.32]What are those papers?
[36:48.13]They're all we've saved.
[36:49.90]All we have left.
[36:53.63]What kind of bonds, Pa?
[36:56.44]Why, Confederate bonds, of course, daughter.
[37:01.14]What good are they to anybody?
[37:03.61]I'll not have you talking like that, Katie Scarlett.
[37:06.48]Oh, Pa, what are we going to do with no money and nothing to eat?
[37:12.02]We must ask your mother.
[37:16.49]We must ask Mrs. O'Hara.
[37:20.23]- Ask Mother? - Yes.
[37:22.86]Mrs. O'Hara will know what's to be done.
[37:26.53]Now don't be bothering me.
[37:28.50]Go out for a ride.
[37:52.46]don't worry about anything.
[37:55.36]Katie Scarlett's home.
[37:59.63]You needn't worry.
[38:17.52]What are we gonna to do with nothing to feed those sick folks and that child?
[38:22.99]I don't know, Mammy.
[38:25.43]I don't know.
[38:26.63]We ain't got nothing but radishes in the garden.
[38:29.76]Miss Scarlett, Miss Suellen and Miss Carreen...
[38:32.90]they's fussing to be sponged off.
[38:35.97]Where are the other servants, Mammy?
[38:37.60]Miss Scarlett, there's only just me and Pork left.
[38:40.24]The others went off to the war or runned away.
[38:42.58]I can't take care of that baby and sick folks, too.
[38:46.68]I's only got two hands.
[38:48.88]Who's going to milk that cow, Miss Scarlett? We's houseworkers.
[40:16.27]As God is my witness...
[40:18.81]As God is my witness, they're not going to lick me.
[40:22.54]I'm going to live through this, and when it's all over, I'll never be hungry again.
[40:27.78]No, nor any of my folks.
[40:31.02]If I have to lie, steal, cheat or kill.
[40:34.89]As God is my witness, I'll never be hungry again!
[47:54.04]My back's near broken.
[47:58.55]Look at my hands.
[48:00.99]Mother said you could always tell a lady by her hands.
[48:04.62]I guess things like hands and ladies don't matter so much anymore.
[48:09.43]You rest, Sue. You're not well yet, and I can pick cotton for both of us.
[48:13.43]Scarlett's hateful, making us work in the fields like...
[48:17.13]Too bad about that.
[48:19.20]Now get back to work. I can't do everything at Tara all by myself.
[48:22.37]What do I care about Tara? I hate Tara!
[48:28.31]Don't you ever dare say you hate Tara again!
[48:32.05]It's the same as hating Pa and Ma.
[48:41.26]Katie Scarlett, there's something I must speak to you about.
[48:44.09]Yes, Pa, what is it?
[48:45.23]I've been talking to Prissy and Mammy. I don't like the way you're treating them.
[48:49.17]You must be firm with inferiors, but you must be gentle with them...
[48:54.24]Yes, Pa, I know. But I'm not asking them to do anything I'm not doing myself.
[48:58.18]Nevertheless, Katie Scarlett, I don't like it. I shall speak to Mrs. O'Hara about it.
[49:17.16]What are you doing out of bed, Melly?
[49:19.33]Scarlett, darling, I must talk to you. You are all working so hard.
[49:22.60]I can't lie in bed doing nothing.
[49:24.37]Go on back upstairs. You're as weak as a newborn colt.
[49:26.97]Please, Scarlett, let me.
[49:28.31]Stop being noble. I've got enough on my hands...
[49:30.67]without you making yourself sick so you'll never be any use.
[49:33.64]Oh, I didn't think of it that way.
[50:31.87]Who's there? Halt or I'll shoot.
[50:40.78]You're alone, little lady?
[50:45.55]You ain't very friendly, are you?
[50:50.92]You got anything else besides these earbobs?
[50:53.79]You Yankees have been here before.
[50:56.49]Regular little spitfire, ain't you?
[51:00.16]What have you got hidden in your hand?
[51:38.27]Scarlett, you killed him.
[51:41.41]I'm glad you killed him.
[51:44.44]Scarlett, what happened? What is it, Scarlett? What is it?
[51:52.25]Don't be scared, chickens. Your big sister was cleaning a revolver...
[51:55.55]and it went off and nearly scared her to death.
[51:58.19]Oh, thank goodness. Haven't we got enough to frighten us?
[52:01.49]Tell Katie Scarlett she must be more careful.
[52:07.26]What a cool liar you are, Melly.
[52:10.20]We've got to get him out of here and bury him.
[52:12.54]If the Yankees find him here, they'll...
[52:14.64]I didn't see anyone else. I think he must be a deserter.
[52:17.77]But even so, we've got to hide him.
[52:19.48]They might hear about it, and then they'd come and get you.
[52:26.15]I could bury him in the arbor where the ground is soft...
[52:28.85]but how will I get him out of here?
[52:31.96]We'll both take a leg and drag him.
[52:33.66]You couldn't drag a cat.
[52:42.23]Do you think it would be dishonest if we went through his haversack?
[52:45.64]I'm ashamed I didn't think of that myself.
[52:48.17]You take the haversack, I'll search his pockets.
[53:04.89]I'm feeling a little weak.
[53:06.72]Melly, I think it's full of money!
[53:10.16]Oh, Melly, look!
[53:13.56]$10, $20, $30, $40...
[53:14.73]Don't stop to count it now. We haven't got time.
[53:16.93]Do you realize this means we'll have something to eat?
[53:19.50]Look in his other pockets.
[53:25.01]- We've got to get him out of here. - Here.
[53:40.66]If he bleeds across the yard, we can't hide it.
[53:43.63]Give me your nightgown, Melly. I'll wad it around his head.
[53:46.66]Don't be silly. I won't look at you.
[53:48.33]If I had my petticoat or pantalets, I'd use them.
[54:05.25]Thank heavens I'm not that modest.
[54:08.55]Now go back to bed. You'll be dead if you don't.
[54:11.15]I'll clean up the mess when I've buried him.
[54:13.89]No, I'll clean it up.
[54:19.43]Well, I guess I've done murder.
[54:23.30]I won't think about that now.
[54:25.50]I'll think about that tomorrow.
[54:41.35]It's over! It's over!
[54:44.25]It's all over! The war!
[54:47.79]- It's not possible. - Why did we ever fight?
[54:50.46]Ashley will be coming home.
[54:52.60]Yes, Ashley will be coming home.
[54:54.90]We'll plant more cotton.
[54:56.60]Cotton ought to go sky-high next year!
[55:15.89]<i>While we were marching through Georgia</i>
[55:19.59]<i>We bring the jubilee</i>
[55:22.66]<i>The flag that makes you free</i>
[55:24.59]<i>So we sing the chorus from Atlanta to the sea</i>
[55:27.76]<i>While we were marching through Georgia</i>
[55:31.57]Get out of the road, rebel! Get out of the way!
[55:33.74]Have you room in your carriage for a dying man?
[55:36.11]I got no room for any Southern scum, alive or dead.
[55:38.84]Get out of the way.
[55:40.31]I reckon he'd rather try and walk it at that.
[55:42.91]Giddap! Jump, you gray-backed beggars!
[55:45.68]Act like they won the war!
[55:48.25]Now you come on and give me them pants, Mr. Kennedy.
[55:54.39]You scrub yourself with that strong lye soap before I scrubs you myself.
[55:57.99]I'm gonna put these britches in the boiling pot.
[56:03.77]The whole Confederate Army's got the same trouble:
[56:06.27]Crawling clothes and dysentery.
[56:09.24]It's humiliating, how you treat Mr. Kennedy.
[56:11.21]You'd be a sight more humiliated if Mr. Kennedy's lice gets on you!
[56:17.08]Come on, Beau.
[56:18.52]We must leave this gentleman alone because he's tired and he's hungry.
[56:23.19]I don't mind, ma'am. Good to see a youngster again.
[56:26.12]Nice little fellow.
[56:27.59]Another two years of war and we could have had him with us in Cobb's Legion.
[56:32.20]Were you in Cobb's Legion?
[56:35.13]Why, then, you must know my husband, Maj. Wilkes.
[56:38.44]Oh, yes, ma'am.
[56:39.97]He was captured at Spotsylvania, I think.
[56:44.61]Oh, thank heavens, then he isn't...
[56:46.94]Oh, my poor Ashley in a Yankee prison!
[56:51.01]Yes, Scarlett, I'm coming. Come along, Beau.
[56:53.85]I'll watch out for him, ma'am. We're good friends.
[56:56.25]Oh, thank you.
[57:02.16]I slave day and night so we can have food to keep body and soul together.
[57:05.70]And you give it all away to these starving scarecrows.
[57:08.23]I'd sooner have a plague of locusts here.
[57:10.27]Don't scold me, Scarlett, please.
[57:12.27]I've just heard that Ashley was taken prisoner.
[57:15.11]- Ashley, a prisoner? - Yes.
[57:16.87]And maybe if he's alive and well, he's on some Northern road right now.
[57:21.44]And maybe some Northern woman is giving him a share of her dinner...
[57:24.75]and helping my beloved to come back home to me.
[57:29.75]I hope so, Melly.
[57:35.86]Miss Scarlett, I want to take up something with your pa, but...
[57:39.36]he doesn't seem to...
[57:40.53]Perhaps I can help you. I'm head of the house now.
[57:45.44]Miss Scarlett, I was aiming to ask for Suellen.
[57:49.11]Do you mean to tell me you haven't asked for her...
[57:51.47]after all these years she's been counting on you?
[57:53.74]Well, the truth is, I'm so much older than she is, and...
[57:57.65]Well, now I haven't a cent to my name.
[57:59.92]Who has nowadays?
[58:01.72]Miss Scarlett, if true love carries any weight with you...
[58:04.72]you can be sure your sister will be rich in that.
[58:07.42]I'll go out somewhere and get myself a little business if we're engaged.
[58:11.13]As soon as I get on my feet again...
[58:12.76]All right, Frank. I'm sure I can speak for Pa.
[58:15.27]You go ask her now.
[58:17.53]Oh, thank you, Miss Scarlett.
[58:23.11]Excuse me, excuse me.
[58:27.88]Scarlett, what seems to be the trouble with Mr. Kennedy?
[58:30.91]More trouble than he guesses.
[58:32.92]He's finally asked for Suellen's hand.
[58:34.88]Oh, I'm so glad.
[58:36.55]It's a pity he can't marry her now. At least there'd be one less mouth to feed.
[58:44.59]Oh, another one.
[58:46.70]I hope this one isn't hungry.
[58:48.10]He'll be hungry.
[58:49.27]I'll tell Prissy to get an extra plate...
[59:21.23]Miss Scarlett! Don't spoil it, Miss Scarlett.
[59:24.00]Turn me loose, you fool! Turn me loose, it's Ashley!
[59:26.97]He's her husband, ain't he?
[59:41.28]- Miss Scarlett, ma'am. - High time you got back.
[59:43.55]- Did you get the horse shod? - Yes, he shod all right.
[59:46.46]Fine thing when a horse can get shoes and humans can't. Here, stir this soap.
[59:50.33]Yes, ma'am. Miss Scarlett, ma'am.
[59:52.50]I gotta know how much money have you got left, in gold.
[59:58.90]That won't be enough.
[60:00.20]What in heaven's name are you talking about?
[60:02.47]Well, Miss Scarlett, I seed that old no-count white-trash Wilkerson...
[60:06.78]that used to be Mr. Gerald's overseer here.
[60:09.55]He's a regular Yankee now, and he was making a brag...
[60:13.22]that his carpetbagger friends done run the taxes way up sky-high on Tara.
[60:18.29]But how much more have we got to pay?
[60:20.22]I hear the taxman say $300.
[60:26.16]Might just as well be $3 million.
[60:28.47]But we gotta raise it, that's all.
[60:35.04]I'll go ask Mr. Ashley.
[60:36.44]Oh, he ain't got no $300, Miss Scarlett.
[60:38.84]Well, I can ask him if I want to, can't I?
[60:43.71]Asking ain't getting.
[60:57.16]They say Abe Lincoln got his start splitting rails.
[61:00.60]Think what heights I may climb to once I get the knack.
[61:04.50]The Yankees want $300 more in taxes.
[61:08.77]What shall we do?
[61:11.07]Ashley, what's to become of us?
[61:13.68]What becomes of people when their civilization breaks up?
[61:17.25]Those who have brains and courage come through all right.
[61:20.28]Those that haven't are winnowed out.
[61:22.02]For heaven's sake, don't stand there talking nonsense at me...
[61:25.39]when it's us who are being winnowed out.
[61:27.32]You're right, Scarlett.
[61:29.13]Here I am talking tommyrot about civilization...
[61:32.23]when your Tara's in danger.
[61:34.50]You've come to me for help, and I've no help to give you.
[61:37.93]Oh, Scarlett, I...
[61:39.67]I'm a coward.
[61:41.94]You, Ashley, a coward?
[61:44.57]What are you afraid of?
[61:46.44]Oh, mostly of life becoming too real for me, I suppose.
[61:51.11]Not that I mind splitting rails...
[61:53.92]but I do mind very much losing the beauty of that life I loved.
[62:00.42]If the war hadn't come, I'd have spent my life happily buried at Twelve Oaks.
[62:05.53]But the war did come.
[62:07.66]I saw my boyhood friends blown to bits.
[62:10.40]I saw men crumple up in agony when I shot them.
[62:14.17]And now I find myself in a world which for me is worse than death.
[62:19.01]A world in which there's no place for me.
[62:23.48]I can never make you understand because you don't know the meaning of fear.
[62:27.45]You never mind facing realities...
[62:30.69]and you never want to escape from them as I do.
[62:38.73]Oh, Ashley, you're wrong.
[62:40.90]I do want to escape, too.
[62:43.17]I'm so very tired of it all. I've struggled for food and for money.
[62:47.34]I've weeded and hoed and picked cotton until I can't stand it another minute.
[62:51.81]I tell you, Ashley, the South is dead. It's dead.
[62:54.38]The Yankees and the carpetbaggers have got it and there's nothing left for us.
[63:02.65]let's run away.
[63:04.35]We'd go to Mexico.
[63:05.62]They want officers in the Mexican Army. We could be so happy there.
[63:08.89]I'd work for you, I'd do anything for you. You know you don't love Melanie.
[63:12.76]You told me you loved me that day at Twelve Oaks.
[63:15.03]And anyway, Melanie can't...
[63:17.03]Dr. Meade told me she couldn't have any more children and I could give you...
[63:20.87]Can't we ever forget that day at Twelve Oaks?
[63:22.97]Do you think I could ever forget it? Have you forgotten it?
[63:25.81]Can you honestly say you don't love me?
[63:29.51]- No. I don't love you. - It's a lie!
[63:31.98]Even if it is, do you think I'd leave Melanie and the baby, break Melanie's heart?
[63:36.12]You couldn't leave your father and the girls.
[63:38.19]I could leave them. I'm sick of them. I'm tired of them.
[63:40.99]Yes, you're sick and tired. That's why you're talking this way.
[63:45.56]You've carried the load for all of us...
[63:47.83]but from now on I'm going to be more help to you, I promise.
[63:51.20]There's only one way you can help me.
[63:53.37]Take me away.
[63:55.00]There's nothing to keep us here.
[64:01.28]Nothing except honor.
[64:15.69]Oh, please, Scarlett.
[64:17.49]Please, dear, you mustn't cry.
[64:21.06]Please, my brave dear, you mustn't.
[64:36.85]You do love me, you do love me.
[64:39.18]- Say it, say it. - Don't, don't.
[64:41.52]You love me, you love me.
[64:42.99]We won't do this, I tell you. It won't happen again.
[64:45.62]I'm going to take Melanie and the baby, and go.
[64:47.79]Say it, you love me.
[64:49.19]All right, I'll say it. I love your courage and your stubbornness.
[64:52.90]So much that I could have forgotten the best wife a man ever had.
[64:56.73]But, Scarlett, I'm not going to forget her.
[65:08.85]Then there's nothing left for me.
[65:12.28]Nothing to fight for.
[65:15.18]Nothing to live for.
[65:19.82]Yes, there is something.
[65:22.73]Something you love better than me...
[65:25.53]though you may not know it.
[65:41.61]I still have this.
[65:48.28]You needn't go.
[65:50.49]I won't have you all starve simply because I threw myself at your head.
[65:55.43]It won't happen again.
[66:24.79]- Why, it's Emmy Slattery. - Yes, ma'am, it's me.
[66:29.09]You haven't forgotten your old overseer, have you?
[66:32.83]Well, Emmy's Mrs. Wilkerson now.
[66:34.80]Get off those steps, you trashy wench! Get off this land!
[66:37.83]You can't speak that way to my wife.
[66:39.74]Wife! High time you made her your wife.
[66:42.37]Who baptized your other brats after you killed my mother?
[66:45.14]We came out here to pay a friendly call and talk a little business with old friends.
[66:49.78]Friends! When were we ever friends with the likes of you?
[66:52.78]Still high and mighty, ain't you? Well, I know all about you.
[66:56.09]I know your father's turned idiot.
[66:57.85]You can't pay your taxes.
[66:59.42]And I come here to offer to buy the place from you...
[67:02.06]to make you a right good offer.
[67:03.86]Emmy's had a hankering to live here.
[67:05.53]Get off this place, you dirty Yankee.
[67:07.36]You high-flying Irish will find out who's running things around here...
[67:10.80]when you get sold out for taxes.
[67:12.54]I'll buy this place lock, stock and barrel and I'll live in it.
[67:15.54]But I'll wait for the Sheriff's sale.
[67:18.01]That's all of Tara you'll ever get!
[67:21.71]You'll be sorry for that.
[67:32.22, ]We'll be back!
[67:33.59]I'll show you who the owner of Tara is.
[67:41.63]Pa, come back!
[67:46.27]Pa, come back!
[68:21.17]Lordsy, Miss Scarlett. That's Mr. Gerald's watch.
[68:24.54]You take it. It's for you. Pa'd want you to have it.
[68:27.78]You ain't got no business parting from this watch now, Miss Scarlett.
[68:31.18]You needs all your valuables to sell for that tax money.
[68:34.78]You think I'd sell Pa's watch?
[68:38.45]And don't cry.
[68:40.69]I can stand everybody's tears but yours.
[68:47.13]Oh, Mammy, Mammy.
[68:54.74]You been brave so long, Miss Scarlett, you just gotta go on being brave.
[68:59.34]Think about your pa like he used to be.
[69:01.41]I can't think about Pa.
[69:03.48]I can't think of anything but that $300.
[69:05.68]Ain't no good thinking about that, Miss Scarlett.
[69:07.92]Ain't nobody got that much money.
[69:10.69]Nobody but Yankees and scalawags got that much money now.
[69:17.56]Who that? A Yankee?
[69:24.47]Oh, Mammy, I'm so thin and pale and...
[69:28.24]I haven't any clothes.
[69:39.72]Scoot up to the attic and get down Ma's old box of dress patterns.
[69:42.92]What you up to with Miss Ellen's portiere?
[69:44.79]You'll make me a new dress.
[69:45.96]Not with Miss Ellen's portieres. Not while I got breath in me.
[69:48.86]Great balls of fire! They're my portieres now.
[69:51.53]I'm going to Atlanta for that $300 and I've got to go looking like a queen.
[69:55.16]- Who going to Atlanta with you? - I'm going alone.
[69:57.43]That's what you think. I's going to Atlanta with you.
[69:59.90]With you and that new dress.
[70:01.54]Now, Mammy, darling.
[70:02.64]No use to try to sweet-talk me, Miss Scarlett.
[70:04.71]I's knowed you since I put the first pair of diapers on you.
[70:07.48]I said I's going to Atlanta with you, and going I is.
[70:10.71]Kings and treys, huh? Too good for me, Major!
[70:14.28]Pity we couldn't have fought the war out in a poker game.
[70:17.19]You'd have done better than Gen. Grant with far less effort.
[70:20.29]What is it, Corporal?
[70:21.49]Sir, there's a lady to see Capt. Butler. Says she's his sister.
[70:27.16]This is a jail, not a harem, Capt. Butler.
[70:29.60]No, Major, she ain't one of those.
[70:31.50]This one's got her mammy with her.
[70:36.47]I'd like to see this one, Major, without her mammy.
[70:41.24]Let's see, my losses for the afternoon come to what?
[70:48.18]My debts do mount up, don't they, Major?
[70:51.12]All right, Corporal.
[70:52.42]Show Capt. Butler's sister to his cell.
[70:56.16]Thank you, Major. Excuse me, gentlemen.
[71:03.47]It's hard to be strict with a man who loses money so pleasantly.
[71:09.14]- Rhett! - Scarlett!
[71:11.91]My dear little sister.
[71:15.58]It's all right, Corporal. My sister has brought me no files or saws.
[71:25.09]Can I really kiss you now?
[71:26.36]On the forehead like a good brother.
[71:28.56]No, thanks. I'll wait and hope for better things.
[71:32.06]Oh, Rhett, I was so distressed when I heard you were in jail.
[00:02.54]I simply couldn't sleep for thinking.
[00:04.70]It's not true they're going to hang you?
[00:06.77]Would you be sorry?
[00:08.04]- Oh, Rhett! - Well, don't worry yet.
[00:09.94]They have plotted some charge against me...
[00:11.98]but they're really after my money.
[00:13.75]They think I made off with the Confederate Treasury.
[00:16.15]Well, did you?
[00:17.82]What a leading question.
[00:19.45]But let's not talk about sordid things like money.
[00:22.02]How good of you to come and see me. And how pretty you look.
[00:25.32]Oh, Rhett, how you do run on, teasing a country girl like me.
[00:28.36]Thank heavens you're not in rags. I'm tired of seeing women in rags.
[00:33.73]You look good enough to eat. And prosperous, too.
[00:36.34]Thank you, I've been doing very well.
[00:38.24]Everybody's doing well at Tara, only...
[00:40.11]I got so bored I just thought I'd treat myself to a visit to town.
[00:43.74]You're a heartless creature. But that's part of your charm.
[00:46.55]You know you've got more charm than the law allows.
[00:48.88]Now I didn't come here to talk silliness about me, Rhett.
[00:51.52]I came because I was so miserable at the thought of you in trouble.
[00:54.69]I was mad at you the night you left me on the road to Tara...
[00:57.62]and I still haven't forgiven you.
[00:59.23]Oh, Scarlett, don't say that.
[01:00.89]Well, I must admit I might not be alive now, only for you.
[01:04.96]And when I think of myself with everything I could possibly hope for...
[01:08.77]and not a care in the world, and you here in this horrid jail...
[01:13.14]and not even a human jail, Rhett, a horse jail.
[01:17.54]Oh, listen to me trying to make jokes when...
[01:20.18]when I really want to cry.
[01:22.38]In a minute I shall cry.
[01:27.45]Scarlett, can it be possible that...
[01:30.99]Can what be possible, Rhett?
[01:33.03]That you've grown a woman's heart, a real woman's heart?
[01:36.76]I have, Rhett. I know I have.
[01:41.70]You know, it's worth being in jail just to hear you say that.
[01:46.81]It's well worth it.
[01:53.05]You can drop the moonlight and magnolias, Scarlett.
[01:55.58]So things have been going well at Tara, have they?
[01:58.05]What have you done with your hands?
[01:59.65]I went riding last week without my gloves.
[02:01.62]These don't belong to a lady. You've worked with them like a field hand.
[02:05.09]Why did you lie? What are you up to?
[02:06.99]In another minute, I'd almost believe you cared something.
[02:09.76]But I do care.
[02:10.93]Suppose we get down to the truth.
[02:12.40]You want something from me badly enough...
[02:14.23]to put on quite a show in your velvets.
[02:16.70]What is it? Money?
[02:19.24]I want $300 to pay the taxes on Tara.
[02:22.11]I did lie to you when I said everything was all right.
[02:24.91]Things are just as bad as they possibly could be. And you've got millions, Rhett.
[02:29.88]What collateral are you offering?
[02:31.85]- My earbobs. - Not interested.
[02:33.52]- A mortgage on Tara. - What would I do with a farm?
[02:35.79]You wouldn't lose. I'd pay you back out of next year's cotton.
[02:38.66]Not good enough. Have you nothing better?
[02:43.26]You once said you loved me.
[02:45.77]If you still love me, Rhett...
[02:48.03]You haven't forgotten that I'm not a marrying man?
[02:51.30]No, I haven't forgotten.
[02:59.28]You're not worth $300.
[03:01.75]You'll never mean anything but misery to any man.
[03:04.68]Go on, insult me.
[03:05.82]I don't care what you say, only give me the money.
[03:08.05]I won't let Tara go. I can't let it go while there's a breath left in my body.
[03:13.43]Won't you please give me the money?
[03:15.73]I couldn't give you the money if I wanted to.
[03:18.16]My funds are in Liverpool, not in Atlanta.
[03:20.33]If I tried drawing a draft, the Yankees'd be on me like a duck on a June bug.
[03:24.34]So you see, my dear, you've abased yourself to no purpose.
[03:30.54]Here, here, here, stop it!
[03:33.11]Want the Yankees to see you like this?
[03:35.31]Take your hands off me, you skunk.
[03:37.25]You knew what I was going to say before I started.
[03:39.59]You knew you wouldn't lend me the money and yet you let me go on.
[03:42.92]I enjoyed hearing what you had to say.
[03:44.79]Cheer up. You can come to my hanging and I'll remember you in my will.
[03:48.26]I'll come to your hanging. The only thing I'm afraid of...
[03:51.20]is that they won't hang you in time to pay the taxes on Tara.
[04:00.91]Tell him Belle Watling.
[04:02.64]Where you been lately? Thought you'd deserted Capt. Butler.
[04:05.54]Oh, I keep myself occupied. Help me out.
[04:17.29]Who that? I ain't never seen hair that color before in my life.
[04:21.23]Does you know a dyed-haired woman?
[04:23.13]I wish I did know that one. She'd get my money for me.
[04:28.00]No matter what they done to you in that jail...
[04:30.47]they didn't do no more than you deserve...
[04:32.34]for visiting white trash in a jail!
[04:41.21]Fresh and green.
[04:42.48]Right off the farm.
[04:43.72]Hey, what are you doing tonight, Susy?
[04:45.85]That's one of them Georgia peaches.
[04:47.59]There's nothing like that in Ohio.
[04:49.69]- You know what we're going to do? - What?
[04:52.36]We're going to give every last one of you 40 acres and a mule!
[04:55.46]- And a mule? - Forty acres and a mule!
[04:59.20]'Cause we're your friends...
[05:01.03]and you're gonna become voters...
[05:03.00]and you're gonna vote like your friends do!
[05:07.11]What's your hurry, sister?
[05:08.57]What's come over this here town?
[05:10.04]Yankees have come over it! Same as they've come over all of us.
[05:15.75]Out of our way, trash!
[05:17.85]Get out of the way here.
[05:19.12]Get away! Go on!
[05:28.79]Surely it can't be Miss Scarlett!
[05:30.26]- Why, Frank Kennedy! - And Mammy!
[05:32.77]It sure is good to see home folks.
[05:34.60]I didn't know you were in Atlanta.
[05:36.20]I didn't know you were.
[05:37.70]Didn't Miss Suellen tell you about my store?
[05:40.24]Did she? I don't remember. Have you a store?
[05:44.44]Won't you come in and look around a bit?
[05:55.12]I don't suppose it looks like much to a lady, but...
[05:57.79]I can't help being proud of it.
[06:00.33]You're not making money?
[06:01.69]Well, I can't complain. In fact, I'm mighty encouraged.
[06:05.40]Folks tell me I'm just a born merchant.
[06:08.03]It won't be long now before Miss Suellen and I can marry.
[06:11.24]Are you doing as well as all that?
[06:12.87]Yes, I am, Miss Scarlett.
[06:14.74]I'm no millionaire yet...
[06:16.64]but I've cleared $1,000 already.
[06:19.31]And lumber, too.
[06:22.28]that's only a sideline.
[06:23.65]A sideline, Frank?
[06:25.28]With all the good Georgia pine around Atlanta and all this building going on?
[06:29.29]Well, all that takes money, Miss Scarlett...
[06:32.79]and I've got to be thinking about buying a home.
[06:34.99]What do you want a home for?
[06:36.60]For Miss Suellen and me to set up housekeeping.
[06:39.30]Here in Atlanta. You'd want to bring her to Atlanta, wouldn't you?
[06:43.50]There wouldn't be much help in that for Tara.
[06:46.84]I don't rightly know what you mean, Miss Scarlett.
[06:49.84]I don't mean a thing.
[06:51.18]Frank, how'd you like to drive me out to my Aunt Pitty's?
[06:55.31]Nothing would give me more pleasure, Miss Scarlett.
[06:57.72]You'd better stay to supper, too.
[06:59.49]I'm sure Aunt Pitty'd be agreeable and I'd like a good long visit with you.
[07:03.12]Oh, you act on me just like a tonic, Miss Scarlett.
[07:06.83]And will you tell me all the news...
[07:09.13]all the news of Miss Suellen?
[07:13.73]What's the matter, Miss Scarlett?
[07:15.63]Miss Suellen's not ill, is she?
[07:17.24]Oh, no, no.
[07:18.94]I thought surely she had written you.
[07:20.97]I guess she was ashamed to write you.
[07:22.71]She should be ashamed.
[07:24.38]Oh, how awful to have such a mean sister.
[07:27.08]You must tell me, Miss Scarlett. Don't leave me on tenterhooks.
[07:31.25]Well, she's going to marry one of the county boys next month.
[07:35.82]She just got tired of waiting and was afraid she'd be an old maid...
[07:39.53]Oh, I'm sorry to be the one to tell you.
[07:42.93]Oh, it's cold. I left my muff at home.
[07:45.87]Would you mind if I put my hand in your pocket?
[08:05.12]But, Melanie, you don't realize what she's done.
[08:08.25]She's gone and married my Mr. Kennedy.
[08:10.72]He's my beau, and she's gone and married him.
[08:12.93]She did it to save Tara, you must understand that.
[08:15.23]I hate Tara!
[08:16.56]And I hate Scarlett! She's the only thing I hate worse than Tara.
[08:24.44]It's all my fault.
[08:27.01]I should have committed highway robbery to get that tax money for you.
[08:30.38]I couldn't let you do anything like that, and...
[08:33.01]Well, anyway, it's done now.
[08:34.58]Yes, it's done now.
[08:36.85]You wouldn't let me do anything dishonorable...
[08:39.02]but you'd sell yourself in marriage to a man you didn't love.
[08:42.62]Well, at least you won't have to worry about my helplessness anymore.
[08:47.16]What do you mean?
[08:48.73]I'm going to New York.
[08:51.63]I've arranged to get a position in a bank there.
[08:53.83]But you can't do that.
[08:57.27]I counted on you to help me start a lumber business, Ashley...
[09:00.54]and, well, I counted on you.
[09:02.47]I wouldn't be any good to you.
[09:03.81]I don't know anything about the lumber business.
[09:05.98]You know as much as you do about banking.
[09:08.55]And I'd give you half the business, Ashley.
[09:11.52]That's generous of you, Scarlett.
[09:14.49]But it isn't that.
[09:16.22]If I go to Atlanta and take help from you again...
[09:19.43]I'd bury forever any hope of standing alone.
[09:21.99]Oh, is that all?
[09:23.56]Well, you could gradually buy the business and then it would be your own, and...
[09:54.49]Scarlett, what is it?
[09:55.93]Ashley's so mean and hateful.
[09:58.33]What have you done?
[10:02.30]She wanted me to go to Atlanta.
[10:04.10]To help me start my lumber business, and he won't lift a finger to help me, and he...
[10:08.37]Why, how unchivalrous of you.
[10:10.38]Why, think, Ashley, think.
[10:12.58]If it hadn't been for Scarlett, I'd have died in Atlanta.
[10:15.85]And maybe we wouldn't have had little Beau...
[10:18.72]and when I think of her picking cotton and plowing just to keep food...
[10:22.22]in our mouths, I could just...
[10:24.02]Oh, my darling.
[10:30.13]All right, Melanie.
[10:32.00]I'll go to Atlanta.
[10:35.07]I can't fight you both.
[10:56.26]Well, here's your new mill hands, Mrs. Kennedy.
[10:59.36]The pick of all the best jails in Georgia.
[11:02.73]They look pretty thin and weak to me, Gallagher.
[11:08.43]They're the best you can lease, ma'am.
[11:10.17]And if you'll just give Johnny Gallagher a free hand...
[11:13.07]you'll get what you want out of them.
[11:15.47]All right, you're the foreman.
[11:17.51]All I ask is, you keep the mill running and deliver my lumber when I want it.
[11:21.31]Johnny Gallagher's your man, miss.
[11:24.32]no questions and no interference.
[11:26.85]That's a bargain. Start them in the morning, Gallagher.
[11:29.62]Come on, get a move on! Come on, move on there!
[11:32.02]But, Scarlett, this isn't right and you know it.
[11:34.63]It's bad enough for a woman to be in business, but...
[11:37.23]What are you complaining about?
[11:38.60]You wouldn't have owned a mill had I not taken over.
[11:40.97]I didn't want the mill, and we couldn't have bought it...
[11:43.64]if you hadn't pressed all of our friends for the money they owed me.
[11:46.87]Isn't that right, Ashley?
[11:48.07]What, are you running a charitable institution?
[11:50.24]Go back to the store, then go home and take your medicine.
[11:52.95]You're not looking very well.
[11:54.21]But, sugar, shouldn't you come home with me?
[11:56.35]Great balls of fire. Don't bother me anymore, and don't call me sugar!
[11:59.79]All right, all right.
[12:02.15]Good night, Ashley.
[12:05.72]She can get mad quicker than any woman I ever saw.
[12:10.06]Scarlett, I don't like to interfere, but...
[12:12.26]I do wish you'd let me hire free darkies instead of using convicts.
[12:15.60]I believe we could do better.
[12:17.10]Darkies! Why, their pay would break us, and convicts are dirt-cheap.
[12:20.34]If we just give Gallagher a free hand...
[12:22.07]A free hand! You know what that means. He'll starve them and whip them.
[12:25.51]Some of them are sick, underfed...
[12:27.55]Oh, Ashley, how you do run on.
[12:29.21]Left alone, you'd be giving them chicken three times a day and...
[12:32.32]tucking them to sleep with eiderdown quilts.
[12:34.55]I will not make money out of the enforced labor and misery of others.
[12:38.36]You weren't so particular about owning slaves.
[12:40.46]That was different. We didn't treat them that way.
[12:42.96]Besides, I'd have freed them all when father died...
[12:45.36]if the war hadn't already freed them.
[12:47.67]Oh, I'm sorry, Ashley.
[12:49.30]But have you forgotten what it's like without money?
[12:51.67]I found out that money is the most important thing in the world...
[12:54.81]and I don't intend ever to be without it again.
[12:57.04]I'll make enough so the Yankees can never take Tara away from me.
[13:00.11]I'll make it the only way I know how.
[13:01.78]But we're not the only Southerners who have suffered.
[13:04.35]Look at all our friends. They're keeping their honor and their kindness, too.
[13:08.19]And they're starving. I've got no use for fools who won't help themselves.
[13:11.92]I know what they're saying about me, and I don't care.
[13:14.43]I'll make friends with Yankee carpetbaggers.
[13:16.53]I'll beat them at their own game, and you'll beat them with me.
[13:21.87]That's it. Move it a little over to that side.
[13:25.24]Afternoon, Mrs. Kennedy.
[13:27.94]Business is certainly growing, ain't it?
[13:29.78]It certainly is.
[13:32.31]But you're doing business with the same people who robbed us...
[13:35.35]and tortured us and left us to starve.
[13:37.98]All that's past, Melly.
[13:39.22]And I intend to make the best of things, even if they are Yankee things.
[13:45.39]And do you know, Dolly Merriwether, that Dr. Meade actually saw her...
[13:48.86]peddling lumber to those Yankees herself.
[13:51.30]And that isn't all...
[13:52.40]I think it's shocking what she's doing to my brother Ashley.
[13:55.33]She's even taken to driving her own buggy.
[14:05.68]My dear Mrs. Kennedy.
[14:07.45]My very dear Mrs. Kennedy.
[14:09.51]I don't see how you have the gall to face me.
[14:11.58]When I think you could have had my millions...
[14:13.65]if you'd just waited a little while.
[14:15.25]Oh, how fickle is woman!
[14:17.39]What is it you want? I have important things to do.
[14:19.86]Would you satisfy my curiosity on a point which has bothered me for some time?
[14:24.13]Well, what is it? Be quick.
[14:25.83]Tell me, Scarlett, do you never shrink from marrying men you don't love?
[14:30.20]How did you ever get out of jail? Why didn't they hang you?
[14:33.81]Oh, that! Not much trouble.
[14:35.57]There's nothing much that money won't buy.
[14:37.51]I observe it's even bought you the honorable Mr. Wilkes.
[14:41.01]So you still hate Ashley Wilkes.
[14:43.15]Do you know, I believe you're jealous of him.
[14:45.22]You still think you're the belle of the county, don't you?
[14:47.92]That you're the cutest little trick in shoe leather.
[14:50.32]Every man you meet is dying of love for you.
[14:52.52]Let me by!
[14:54.26]Don't be angry, Scarlett. Tell me, where are you going?
[14:57.43]To the mill, if it's any of your business.
[14:59.36]Through shantytown, alone?
[15:00.70]Haven't you been told it's dangerous to drive alone through all that riffraff?
[15:04.50]Don't worry about me.
[15:06.00]I can shoot straight if I don't have to shoot too far.
[15:16.38]What a woman!
[15:52.78]Could you give me a quarter?
[15:54.42]Let go of my horse!
[15:58.09]Hold this horse!
[17:10.56]Miss Scarlett, wait! Miss Scarlett!
[17:13.50]Miss Scarlett! It's Big Sam!
[17:16.47]Miss Scarlett! Wait!
[17:22.34]Is you hurt, Miss Scarlett? Did they hurt you?
[17:26.24]Don't you cry, Miss Scarlett. Big Sam'll get you out of this in a jiffy.
[17:30.88]Horse, make tracks!
[17:35.92]You get to Tara just as quick as you can and stay there.
[17:38.59]I sure will. I got enough of them carpetbaggers.
[17:41.29]Thank you, Mr. Frank. Goodbye, Miss Scarlett.
[17:43.53]Goodbye, Sam, and thank you.
[17:45.23]Scarlett, change your dress and go over to Miss Melly's for the evening.
[17:48.73]I've got to go to a political meeting.
[17:50.67]A political meeting!
[17:51.84]How can you go to a political meeting...
[17:53.64]after what I've been through this afternoon?
[17:55.77]Oh, sugar! You're more scared than hurt.
[17:58.44]Nobody cares about me. You all act as though it was nothing at all.
[18:24.30]The men talk, talk, talk about protecting our women...
[18:27.27]and after what happened to me today Frank has to go to a political meeting.
[18:35.25]And if it won't pain you too much, India Wilkes...
[18:38.05]I'd be much obliged if you'll tell me why you're staring at me.
[18:41.02]Has my face gone green or something?
[18:42.65]It won't pain me!
[18:43.99]What happened this afternoon was just what you deserved!
[18:46.59]If there was any justice, you'd have gotten worse.
[18:49.06]India, hush up!
[18:50.13]Let her talk. She's always hated me!
[18:51.83]Ever since I took your brother away from her...
[18:54.00]though she's too much of a hypocrite to admit it!
[18:56.27]If she thought anyone'd go for her...
[18:57.94]she'd walk down the street naked!
[18:59.44]I do hate you!
[19:01.87]You've done all you could to lower the prestige of decent people.
[19:05.18]Now you've endangered the lives of our men, because they...
[19:09.18]I don't think we'd better say any more, or one of us will be saying too much.
[19:13.05]What's going on around here that I don't know about?
[19:21.56]Somebody's coming up the walk.
[19:23.43]Somebody that ain't Mr. Ashley.
[19:26.06]Will you hand me the pistol, please, Mrs. Meade?
[19:35.01]Whoever it is...
[19:37.41]we know nothing.
[19:42.11]Where have they gone?
[19:43.35]You've got to tell me, Mrs. Wilkes. It's life or death!
[19:45.92]Don't tell him anything. He's a Yankee spy.
[19:48.22]Quickly, please! There may still be time.
[19:50.52]How did you know?
[19:51.59]I was playing poker with two Yankee captains.
[19:53.59]They knew there'd be trouble.
[19:54.99]They've sent their cavalry out.
[19:56.43]Your husband and his friends are walking into a trap.
[19:58.83]Don't tell him! He's trying to trap you!
[20:04.14]At the Decatur Road. The old Sullivan plantation.
[20:06.84]The house is burned. They're meeting in the cellar.
[20:09.21]I'll do what I can.
[20:15.35]What's all this about? If you don't tell me, I'll go crazy!
[20:18.28]We thought it best not to tell you.
[20:19.95]Ashley, Frank and the others have gone to clean out those woods...
[20:23.22]where you were attacked.
[20:24.36]A great many Southern gentlemen have...
[20:26.39]done this lately for our protection.
[20:28.06]And if they're captured, they'll be hanged, Scarlett!
[20:31.36]And it will be your fault!
[20:32.70]Another word, and you go out of this house, India!
[20:34.97]Scarlett did what she thought she had to do.
[20:37.04]And our men are doing what they think they have to do.
[20:45.88]Oh, it isn't possible!
[20:51.05]There's horses, Miss Melly. Here they come.
[20:53.65]You're sewing, you're sewing.
[21:00.16]Open the door, Mammy.
[21:11.67]Good evening, Mrs. Kennedy.
[21:15.81]Which of you ladies is Mrs. Wilkes?
[21:17.58]I am Mrs. Wilkes.
[21:19.51]I should like to speak to Mr. Wilkes, if you please.
[21:22.01]He's not here.
[21:23.35]Are you sure?
[21:24.42]Don't you doubt Miss Melly's word.
[21:26.62]I meant no disrespect, Mrs. Wilkes.
[21:29.15]If you'll give me your word, I won't search the house.
[21:31.69]Search if you like, but Mr. Wilkes is at a political meeting at Mr. Kennedy's store.
[21:35.79]He's not at the store, and there's no meeting tonight!
[21:38.73]No political meeting.
[21:40.47]We'll wait outside till he and his friends return.
[21:44.44]Sergeant, surround the house. Put a man on each door and window.
[21:53.24]Keep on with your sewing, ladies.
[21:55.98]And I'll read aloud.
[22:01.79]"The Personal History and Experience of David Copperfield.
[22:09.53]"I am born.
[22:15.20]"To begin my life with the beginning of my life, I record that I was born.
[22:19.90]"Chapter Nine. I have a memorable birthday.
[22:22.54]"I pass over all that happened at school...
[22:24.64]"until the anniversary of my birthday came around in March.
[22:28.95]"Except that Steerforth was more to be admired than ever...
[22:31.72]"I remember nothing.
[22:33.05]"He was going away at the end of the half-year, if not sooner...
[22:36.25]"and was more spirited and independent than before in my eyes...
[22:40.02]"and therefore more engaging than before; but...
[22:42.53]"beyond this I remember nothing.
[22:48.90]"I remember nothing. "
[22:55.07]Melly! They're drunk!
[22:57.48]Leave this to me, Scarlett.
[22:59.28]And please, say nothing.
[23:04.52]You stupid fool!
[23:09.99]Will you shut up for the love of...
[23:13.73]So you've got my husband intoxicated again, Capt. Butler!
[23:17.20]Well, bring him in.
[23:18.30]I'm sorry, Mrs. Wilkes. Your husband's under arrest.
[23:20.73]If you arrest all the men who get intoxicated...
[23:23.03]you must have a good many Yankees in jail.
[23:25.70]Bring him in, Capt. Butler. If you can walk yourself.
[23:30.34]I want to tell you a story...
[23:31.88]Listen, Doctor, I...
[23:33.58]Put him there in that chair.
[23:38.68]And now, Capt. Butler, will you please leave my house...
[23:41.42]and try to remember not to come here again?
[23:44.32]Well, now, that's fine thanks I get for bringing him home...
[23:47.19]and not leaving him on the streets in this shameful condition!
[23:50.13]Now, boys, all together!
[23:54.33]I'm astonished at you!
[24:02.97]Oh, Ashley! How can you do this to me?
[24:07.05]I ain't so very drunk, Melly.
[24:09.61]Take him into the bedroom and lay him out on the bed as usual.
[24:12.58]Don't touch him, he's under arrest!
[24:15.35]What do you want to arrest him for?
[24:17.49]I've seen him drunker.
[24:19.39]I've seen you drunker! And you've seen me...
[24:22.06]He can lie in the gutter for all I care! I'm not a policeman.
[24:25.43]But he led a raid tonight on that shantytown...
[24:27.60]where Mrs. Kennedy got into trouble this afternoon.
[24:30.47]A lot of those shanties were burned. A couple of men were killed.
[24:33.57]It's about time you rebels learned you can't take the law into your own hands.
[24:37.71]What are you laughing at?
[24:40.95]This isn't your night to teach that lesson, Tom.
[24:43.85]These two have been with me tonight. Yes, sir.
[24:46.99]With you, Rhett?
[24:54.36]I don't like to say in the presence of ladies.
[24:57.26]You'd better say.
[24:59.00]Come out on the porch and I'll tell you.
[25:01.20]Speak out, Capt. Butler!
[25:02.47]I think I have a right to know where my husband's been.
[25:07.37]Well, ma'am, we dropped in on a friend of mine...
[25:11.91]and the Captain's.
[25:13.68]A Mrs. Belle Watling.
[25:16.11]We played cards, drank champagne and...
[25:21.35]Now you've done it! Did you have to show me up in front of my wife?
[25:26.39]Now I hope you're satisfied, Tom.
[25:28.43]These ladies won't be on speaking terms with their husbands tomorrow.
[25:33.20]Rhett, I had no idea, I...
[25:36.50]Look here, will you take an oath that they were with you tonight at...
[25:42.07]Ask Belle, if you don't believe me. She'll tell you, Captain.
[25:45.08]Will you give me your word as a gentleman?
[25:47.58]As a gentleman?
[25:49.08]Why, certainly, Tom.
[25:53.05]Well, if I...
[25:54.42]if I've made a mistake, I'm sorry.
[25:57.66]I hope you'll forgive me, Mrs. Wilkes. I...
[26:01.73]If you'll go and leave us in peace, please.
[26:03.90]Well, I say I'm sorry, and...
[26:07.63]well, I am sorry.
[26:09.33]Come on, Sergeant.
[26:17.31]Lock that door. Pull down the shades.
[26:22.65]He's all right. It's only in the shoulder.
[26:25.25]Get him on the bed where I can dress the wound.
[26:27.69]I think I can walk.
[26:30.15]It's not worth the effort. Which way?
[26:35.03]- Mammy, I want some hot water. - Yes, sir.
[26:37.06]- And lint for bandages. - I'll find some.
[26:38.93]Now what can I use for a probe? If I only had my bag.
[26:41.63]Were you really there? What did it look like?
[26:44.94]Does she have cut-glass chandeliers, plush curtains and dozens of mirrors?
[26:49.11]Good heavens, Mrs. Meade, remember yourself.
[26:53.98]Now, Capt. Butler, tell me what happened, all that happened.
[26:57.72]I was too late.
[26:59.15]When I got to the old Sullivan place...
[27:01.12]there'd already been a skirmish with the Yankees.
[27:03.35]I found Mr. Wilkes wounded and Dr. Meade was with him.
[27:06.52]I had to prove they had been somewhere, anyplace but where they were.
[27:10.90]So I took them to Belle's.
[27:12.63]And she took them in?
[27:14.30]She's by way of being an old friend of mine.
[27:17.04]Oh, I'm sorry. I...
[27:19.10]I'm sorry I couldn't think up a more dignified alibi.
[27:25.38]This isn't the first time you've come between me and disaster, Capt. Butler.
[27:29.41]It isn't likely that I'd question any device of yours.
[27:34.45]And now I'll go and see what Dr. Meade needs.
[27:49.73]Have you no interest in what's become of your own husband, Mrs. Kennedy?
[27:56.01]Did Frank go with you to Belle Watling's?
[28:00.21]Well, where is he?
[28:02.28]He's lying out on Decatur Road...
[28:05.15]shot through the head.
[28:19.16]Who is it?
[28:20.60]It's Miss Watling.
[28:22.07]Oh, Miss Watling! Won't you come in the house?
[28:25.00]Oh, no, I couldn't do that, Miss Wilkes.
[28:28.21]You come in and sit a minute with me.
[28:38.28]How can I thank you enough for what you did for us?
[28:40.82]How can any of us thank you enough?
[28:42.65]I got your note saying you was going to call on me and thank me.
[28:45.86]Why, Miss Wilkes, you must have lost your mind.
[28:48.66]I come up here as soon as it was dark to tell you...
[28:51.26]you mustn't even think of any such thing.
[28:57.07]Well, it wouldn't be fitting at all.
[28:58.94]It wouldn't be fitting to thank a kind woman who saved my husband's life?
[29:03.04]Miss Wilkes, there ain't never been a lady in this town nice to me like you was.
[29:08.18]I mean, about the money for the hospital, you know.
[29:11.05]And I don't forget a kindness.
[29:12.85]And I got to thinking about you being left a widow with a little boy...
[29:16.29]if Mr. Wilkes got hung...
[29:18.59]and he's a nice little boy, your boy is, Miss Wilkes.
[29:22.23]I got a boy myself and so I...
[29:25.36]Oh, you have? Does he live...
[29:27.63]Oh, no, ma'am, he ain't here in Atlanta.
[29:31.10]He ain't never been here.
[29:33.07]He's off at school.
[29:35.47]I ain't seen him since he was little.
[29:40.51]Well, anyway, if it had been that Miss Kennedy's husband by himself...
[29:44.82]I wouldn't have lifted a finger, no matter what Capt. Butler said.
[29:48.32]She's a mighty cold woman.
[29:50.32]Prancing about Atlanta by herself.
[29:52.96]She killed her husband same as if she shot him.
[29:55.89]You mustn't say unkind things about my sister-in-law.
[30:02.20]Please don't freeze me, Miss Wilkes.
[30:04.50]I forgot how you liked her.
[30:07.47]But she just ain't in the same class with you and I can't help it if I think so.
[30:12.31]Well, anyway, I got to be going.
[30:15.61]I'm scared somebody'll recognize this carriage if I stayed here any longer.
[30:19.45]That wouldn't do you no good.
[30:22.15]And, Miss Wilkes...
[30:24.12]if you ever see me on the street, you don't have to speak to me.
[30:30.26]I should be proud to speak to you. Proud to be under obligation to you.
[30:35.40]I hope we meet again.
[30:37.20]Oh, no, ma'am, that wouldn't be fitting.
[30:41.51]- Good night, Miss Wilkes. - Good night, Miss Watling.
[30:49.81]And you're wrong about Mrs. Kennedy.
[30:52.05]She's brokenhearted about her husband.
[31:38.63]Great balls of fire! It's Rhett.
[32:07.12]Miss Scarlett, Capt. Butler here to see you.
[32:09.69]I told him you was prostrate with grief.
[32:11.93]Tell him I'll be right down, Mammy.
[32:45.16]She says she's coming.
[32:46.66]I don't know why she's coming. But she's a-coming.
[32:49.43]You don't like me, Mammy.
[32:51.00]Now don't you argue with me. You don't. You really don't.
[33:06.32]It's no good, Scarlett.
[33:10.89]I'm sure I don't know what you mean.
[33:13.56]I mean you've been drinking. Brandy. Quite a lot.
[33:17.66]What if I have? Is that any of your affair?
[33:22.80]Don't drink alone, Scarlett.
[33:24.64]People always find out and it ruins the reputation.
[33:34.04]What is it?
[33:35.25]This is more than losing old Frank.
[33:39.12]I'm so afraid.
[33:40.55]I don't believe it. You've never been afraid in your life.
[33:43.32]I'm afraid now.
[33:45.06]I'm afraid of dying and going to hell.
[33:49.03]You look pretty healthy, and maybe there isn't any hell.
[33:52.03]Oh, there is. I know there is. I was raised on it.
[33:56.17]Well, far be it from me to question the teachings of childhood.
[33:59.87]Tell me what you've done that hell yawns before you.
[34:04.07]I ought never to have married Frank to begin with.
[34:06.88]He was Suellen's beau and he loved her, not me.
[34:10.25]And I made him miserable. And I killed him.
[34:13.52]Yes, I did. I killed him.
[34:18.89]For the first time I'm finding out what it is to be sorry for something I've done.
[34:24.09]Here. Dry your eyes.
[34:27.00]If you had it all to do over again, you'd do no differently.
[34:30.00]You're like the thief who isn't the least bit sorry he stole...
[34:33.04]but he's terribly, terribly sorry he's going to jail.
[34:36.11]I'm glad Mother's dead.
[34:38.81]I'm glad she's dead so she can't see me.
[34:42.41]I always wanted to be like her, calm and kind and...
[34:46.38]And I certainly have turned out disappointing.
[34:50.79]You know, Scarlett, I think you're on the verge of a crying jag.
[35:02.30]So I'll change the subject and say what I came to say.
[35:05.57]Say it, then, and get out!
[35:08.47]What is it?
[35:09.54]That I can't go on any longer without you.
[35:12.41]You are the most ill-bred man to come here at a time like this with your filthy...
[35:16.58]I made up my mind that you were the only woman for me...
[35:19.25]the first day I saw you at Twelve Oaks.
[35:20.99]Now that you've got the lumber mill and Frank's money...
[35:23.59]you won't come to me as you did to the jail.
[35:25.99]So I see I shall have to marry you.
[35:28.63]I never heard of such bad taste.
[35:30.56]Would you be more convinced if I fell to my knees?
[35:32.83]Turn me loose, you varmint, and get out of here!
[35:35.00]Forgive me for startling you with the impetuosity of my sentiments...
[35:38.30]my dear Scarlett. I mean, my dear Mrs. Kennedy.
[35:40.91]But it cannot have escaped your notice that for some time past...
[35:44.11]the friendship I have felt for you has ripened into a deeper feeling.
[35:47.58]A feeling more beautiful, more pure, more sacred.
[35:52.08]Dare I name it? Can it be love?
[35:54.82]Get up off your knees. I don't like your common jokes.
[35:57.49]This is an honorable proposal of marriage...
[35:59.42]made at what I consider a most opportune moment.
[36:02.93]I can't go all my life waiting to catch you between husbands.
[36:06.53]You're coarse, and you're conceited.
[36:09.70]And I think this conversation has gone far enough.
[36:13.20]Besides, I shall never marry again.
[36:16.74]Oh, yes, you will, and you'll marry me.
[36:22.25]I don't love you!
[36:24.11]And I don't like being married.
[36:27.35]Did you ever think of marrying just for fun?
[36:29.82]Marriage, fun? Fiddle-dee-dee. Fun for men, you mean.
[36:34.06]Hush up! Do you want them to hear you?
[36:36.16]You've been married to a boy and an old man.
[36:38.66]Why not try a husband of the right age, with a way with women?
[36:42.60]You're a fool, Rhett Butler, when you know I shall always love another man.
[36:48.44]Stop it! Do you hear me, Scarlett? Stop it! No more of that talk.
[36:58.08]Rhett, don't, I shall faint.
[36:59.62]I want you to faint. This is what you were meant for.
[37:02.45]None of the fools you've known have kissed you like this, have they?
[37:05.72]Your Charles, or your Frank, or your stupid Ashley.
[37:16.50]Say you're going to marry me. Say "yes. " Say "yes. "
[37:23.01]Are you sure you meant it? You don't want to take it back?
[37:27.41]Look at me and try to tell me the truth.
[37:30.11]Did you say "yes" because of my money?
[37:38.46]Well, you know, Rhett, money does help, and of course I am fond of you.
[37:43.36]Fond of me?
[37:44.46]If I said I was madly in love with you, you'd know I was lying...
[37:48.03]but you always said we had a lot in common...
[37:50.13]Yes, you're right, my dear.
[37:51.87]I'm not in love with you any more than you are with me.
[37:54.41]Heaven help the man who ever really loves you.
[37:57.21]What kind of a ring would you like, my darling?
[37:59.38]A diamond ring. And do buy a great big one, Rhett.
[38:02.65]You shall have the biggest and the most vulgar ring in Atlanta.
[38:05.62]We'll go to New Orleans for the most expensive honeymoon...
[38:08.42]my ill-gotten gains can buy.
[38:09.65]That would be just heavenly.
[38:11.39]And I think I'll buy your trousseau for you, too.
[38:13.66]Rhett, how wonderful, but...
[38:15.96]you won't tell anybody, will you, Rhett?
[38:18.60]Still the little hypocrite.
[38:22.73]Aren't you going to kiss me goodbye?
[38:24.84]Don't you think you've had enough kissing for one afternoon?
[38:28.84]You can go and I don't care if you never come back.
[38:31.31]But I will come back.
[38:47.62]What are you thinking about, Scarlett?
[38:49.79]I'm thinking about how rich we are.
[38:53.66]Rhett, I can keep the lumber business too, can't I?
[38:56.07]Yes, of course you can, if it amuses you.
[38:58.30]Now that you're rich you can tell everyone to go to the devil...
[39:01.34]as you've always said you wanted to.
[39:03.01]But you were the main one I wanted to go to the devil.
[39:23.43]Don't scrape the plate, Scarlett. I'm sure there's more in the kitchen.
[39:27.20]Rhett, can I have one of those chocolate ones stuffed with meringue?
[39:31.17]If you don't stop being such a glutton, you'll get as fat as Mammy.
[39:34.57]Then I'll divorce you.
[39:36.84]Wouldn't it be nice if you bought something for Mammy, too?
[39:39.64]Why should I buy her a present when she called us both mules?
[39:43.38]Mules? Why mules?
[39:44.88]Yes, she said we could give ourselves airs, and get ourselves all slicked up...
[39:48.72]like racehorses but we were just mules in horse harness...
[39:51.42]and we didn't fool anybody.
[39:53.89]I never heard anything more true.
[39:55.76]Mammy's a smart old soul...
[39:57.63]and one of the few people I know whose respect I'd like to have.
[40:01.67]I won't give her a thing. She doesn't deserve it.
[40:03.97]Then I'll take her a petticoat.
[40:05.80]My Mammy always said when she went to heaven...
[40:08.07]she wanted a red taffeta petticoat, so stiff that it would stand by itself...
[40:12.11]and so rustly, the Lord would think it was made of angels' wings.
[40:15.41]Well, she won't take it from you. She'd rather die than wear it.
[40:18.65]That may be, but I'm making the gesture just the same.
[40:26.12]Wake up! Wake up!
[40:30.26]You were having another nightmare.
[40:34.73]I was so cold and hungry...
[40:37.00]and so tired I...
[40:39.10]I couldn't find it. I ran through the mist and I couldn't find it.
[40:43.91]- Find what, honey? - I don't know.
[40:46.68]I always dream the same dream and I never know.
[40:49.85]It seems to be hidden in the mist.
[40:54.32]Rhett, do you think I'll ever dream that I've found it and that I'm safe?
[40:59.79]Dreams don't work that way, but when you get used to being safe and warm...
[41:04.36]you'll stop dreaming that dream.
[41:06.66]And, Scarlett, I'm going to see that you are safe.
[41:14.00]Would you do something for me if I asked you?
[41:16.74]You know I would.
[41:19.18]Will you take me away from here?
[41:21.81]Don't you like New Orleans?
[41:23.35]I love New Orleans, but I want to go home and visit Tara.
[41:28.29]Will you take me to Tara?
[41:30.65]Yes, Scarlett, of course I will. We'll go tomorrow.
[41:38.56]You get your strength from this red earth of Tara, Scarlett.
[41:41.43]You're part of it, and it's part of you.
[41:43.57]Rhett, I'd give anything to have Tara the way it was before the war.
[41:47.37]Would you? Then go ahead and make it that way.
[41:50.81]Spend whatever you want, make it as fine a plantation as it ever was.
[41:56.81]Rhett, you are good to me.
[41:58.65]And can we still have our big new house in Atlanta?
[42:01.05]Yes, and it can be as ornate as you want:
[42:04.09]Marble terraces, stained-glass windows and all.
[42:06.52]Rhett, won't everyone be jealous?
[42:08.49]I want everybody who's been mean to me to be pea-green with envy.
[42:13.46]I don't care. Scarlett's hateful, building that new house just to show off...
[42:17.77]and even taking our servants.
[42:20.97]Oh, darling, you mustn't think unkindly of her.
[42:24.34]She's made it possible for us to keep Tara always.
[42:27.44]Yes, and what good is Tara?
[42:29.51]She's had three husbands and I'll be an old maid.
[42:40.86]Lordsy, we sure is rich now!
[42:42.76]It ain't quality.
[42:44.63]But that's ridiculous. Why can't I go in?
[42:47.30]I'm entitled to at least see what my own child looks like.
[42:50.10]You control yourself, Mr. Rhett. You'll be seeing it for a long time.
[42:54.40]I'd like to apologize, Mr. Rhett, about it's not being a boy.
[42:57.31]Oh, hush your mouth, Mammy. Who wants a boy?
[42:59.74]Boys aren't any use to anybody. Don't you think I'm proof of that?
[43:03.71]Have a drink of sherry, Mammy.
[43:05.62]Mammy, she is beautiful, isn't she?
[43:08.45]She sure is.
[43:10.69]Did you ever see a prettier one?
[43:12.39]Well, sir, Miss Scarlett was mighty nigh that pretty when she come, but not quite.
[43:16.76]Have another glass, Mammy.
[43:22.87]What's that rustling noise I hear?
[43:25.04]Lordsy, Mr. Rhett. That ain't nothing but my red silk petticoat you done give me.
[43:29.34]Nothing but your petticoat? I don't believe it. Let me see.
[43:32.51]Pull up your skirt.
[43:34.18]Mr. Rhett, you is bad.
[43:36.81]Yeah, oh, Lord!
[43:43.99]You sure took a long enough time about wearing it.
[43:47.22]Yes, sir, too long.
[43:49.56]No more mule in horse's harness?
[43:51.83]Mr. Rhett, Miss Scarlett was bad telling you about that.
[43:55.13]You ain't holding that against old Mammy, is you?
[43:58.14]No, I ain't holding it against you. I just wanted to know.
[44:01.04]Have another glass, Mammy. Here, take the whole bottle.
[44:04.01]Dr. Meade says you may go in now, Capt. Butler.
[44:10.35]This sure is a happy day to me.
[44:12.58]I done diapered three generations of this family's girls...
[44:15.89]and it sure is a happy day.
[44:18.12]Oh, yes, Mammy. The happiest days are when babies come.
[44:23.29]Oh, Mammy, she's beautiful. What do you suppose they'll name her?
[44:26.56]Miss Scarlett done told me if it was a girl...
[44:29.07]she's going to name it Eugenie Victoria.
[44:34.27]she's a beautiful baby...
[44:36.97]the most beautiful baby ever.
[44:43.18]Do you know that this is your birthday?
[44:46.22]That you're a week old today?
[44:49.02]Yes, I'm going to buy her a pony the likes of which this town has never seen.
[44:54.89]Yes, I'm gonna send her to the best schools in Charleston.
[44:58.50]Yes. And her'll be received by the best families in the South.
[45:03.37]And when it comes time for her to marry...
[45:05.94]well, she'll be a little princess.
[45:09.77]You certainly are making a fool of yourself.
[45:12.04]And why shouldn't I?
[45:14.34]She's the first person who's ever completely belonged to me.
[45:18.65]Great balls of fire!
[45:20.42]I had the baby, didn't I?
[45:22.89]It's Melanie. May I come in?
[45:24.52]Come in, Melly.
[45:25.76]Yes, come in and look at my daughter's beautiful blue eyes.
[45:31.06]But, Capt. Butler, most babies have blue eyes when they're born.
[45:34.26]Don't try to tell him anything. He knows everything about babies.
[45:37.40]Nevertheless, her eyes are blue and they're going to stay blue.
[45:40.67]As blue as the Bonnie Blue Flag.
[45:43.57]That's it. That's what we'll call her.
[45:46.14]Bonnie Blue Butler.
[45:56.12]Try again, Mammy.
[46:06.96]Twenty inches! I've grown as big as Aunt Pitty.
[46:10.10]You've simply got to make it 18.5 again, Mammy.
[46:12.97]You done had a baby, Miss Scarlett...
[46:14.64]and you ain't never going to be no 18.5 inches again.
[46:17.21]Never. And there ain't nothing to do about it.
[46:20.78]There is something to do about it!
[46:23.01]I'm just not going to get old and fat before my time.
[46:26.75]I just won't have any more babies!
[46:29.62]I heard Mr. Rhett say that he'll be wanting a son next year.
[46:33.42]Go tell Capt. Butler I've decided not to go out after all.
[46:36.32]I'll have supper in my room.
[46:58.61]I got your message. I'll have them bring my supper up here, too.
[47:09.36]No objections to that, I hope?
[47:16.53]I mean, I don't care where you have your supper.
[47:26.27]well, I've decided...
[47:30.18]well, I hope I don't have any more children.
[47:45.29]My pet, as I told you before Bonnie was born...
[47:49.10]it's immaterial to me whether you have one child or 20!
[47:52.20]No, but you know what I...
[47:54.44]Do you know what I mean?
[47:56.10]I do. And do you know I can divorce you for this?
[48:00.14]You're just low enough to think of something like that!
[48:02.71]If you had any chivalry in you or would be nice, like... Well, Ashley Wilkes!
[48:06.71]Melanie can't have any more children and he...
[48:11.35]You've been to the lumber office this afternoon, haven't you?
[48:14.26]What has that got to do with it?
[48:17.49]Quite the little gentleman, Ashley. Pray go on, Mrs. Butler.
[48:21.03]It's no use. You wouldn't understand.
[48:24.57]You know, I'm sorry for you, Scarlett.
[48:26.63]Sorry for me?
[48:27.87]Yes, because you're throwing away happiness with both hands...
[48:31.24]and reaching out for something that'll never make you happy.
[48:34.08]I don't know what you're talking about.
[48:35.88]If you were free and Melly were dead and you had your precious...
[48:39.18]honorable Ashley, do you think you'd be happy with him?
[48:42.95]You'd never know him, never even understand his mind...
[48:46.69]any more than you understand anything except money.
[48:49.66]Never mind about that! What I want to know is...
[48:51.99]You may keep your sanctity, Scarlett. It'll work no hardship on me.
[48:56.33]Do you mean to say you don't care?
[48:57.97]The world is full of many things and many people, and I shan't be lonely.
[49:02.27]I'll find comfort elsewhere.
[49:04.27]Well, that's fine. But I warn you.
[49:06.34]Just in case you change your mind, I intend to lock my door.
[49:09.58]Why bother? If I wanted to come in, no lock could keep me out!
[49:31.67]I always knew that most women were cheats, hypocritical and hard.
[49:35.14]- But this one... - Rhett, it ain't no use.
[49:37.64]- What do you mean? - I mean you're poisoned with her.
[49:40.61]I don't care what she's done to you, you're still in love with her.
[49:43.88]And don't think it pleasures me none to say it.
[49:46.01]Maybe so! But I'm through with her, I tell you! I'm through.
[49:48.98]You gotta think of the child. The child's worth ten of the mother.
[49:58.93]You're a shrewd woman, Belle, and a very nice one.
[50:04.87]I was just thinking of the difference between you and...
[50:08.50]You're both hardheaded businesswomen and you're both successful.
[50:12.04]But you've got a heart, Belle...
[50:15.78]and you're honest.
[50:39.43]She'll be a wonderful horsewoman!
[50:41.84]Look at those hands, and that seat!
[50:45.24]Why do we have to wheel a baby when there are servants...
[50:48.64]Good morning, Mrs. Merriwether.
[50:50.11]Good morning, Capt. Butler.
[50:51.38]Good morning, Scarlett.
[50:52.78]Making fools of ourselves in front of these old buffaloes!
[50:55.45]If you'd thought of your position years ago, you wouldn't have to do this.
[50:59.02]But as it is, we'll cultivate every female dragon of the old guard in this town.
[51:03.89]Good morning, Mrs. Whiting.
[51:05.46]Good morning, Capt. Butler. Good morning, Scarlett.
[51:09.53]So the millionaire speculator is turning respectable!
[51:12.90]All of our money can't buy what I want for Bonnie.
[51:15.24]Oh, I'll admit I've been at fault, too.
[51:17.54]But Bonnie's going to have her place among decent people.
[51:20.14]Yes, even if we both have to crawl on our bellies to every fat old cat.
[51:24.51]Good morning, Mrs. Meade.
[51:26.51]Good morning, Capt. Butler. Good morning, Scarlett.
[51:35.39]Mrs. Merriwether, I've always had a great regard for your knowledge.
[51:38.59]I wonder if you could give me some advice.
[51:41.53]My Bonnie sucks her thumb. I can't make her stop it.
[51:43.93]Make her stop it. It'll ruin the shape of her mouth.
[51:46.43]I know, I know.
[51:47.60]She has such a beautiful mouth, too. I tried putting soap under her nails.
[51:52.47]Put quinine on her thumb and she'll stop sucking it quick enough.
[51:56.21]Quinine! I never would have thought of it.
[51:59.08]I can't thank you enough, Mrs. Merriwether.
[52:01.35]You've taken a great load off my mind! Good morning.
[52:08.06]Good morning, Dolly.
[52:09.62]Wasn't that Capt. Butler?
[52:11.33]Good morning, Caroline. I was just thinking.
[52:14.26]There must be a great deal of good in a man who could love a child so much.
[52:18.43]But of course there is!
[52:20.37]Oh, did I tell you that Fanny Elsing told Dr. Meade that Capt. Butler...
[52:24.21]finally admitted he was honored by the Confederate Congress...
[52:27.11]for his services at the Battle of Franklin?
[52:29.21]No! And did I tell you, Caroline, that Capt. Butler...
[52:32.41]made a stupendous contribution to the Association for the Beautification...
[52:36.05]of the Graves of the Glorious Dead?
[52:39.79]My little grandbaby, Napoleon Picard, is giving a party for Bonnie next week.
[52:43.62]Why, Dolly Merriwether, you know right well it was my idea...
[52:46.49]to give a party for Bonnie Butler.
[52:48.10]Why Caroline Meade...
[52:58.54]Now watch Daddy put your pony over, Bonnie. Now watch.
[53:04.71]Daddy, let me! Let me!
[53:07.18]All right, darling. Put her on, Pork!
[53:13.22]Up we go.
[53:16.29]Lordsy mercy! There he goes again!
[53:18.86]Grip tightly with your legs. Sit close. Lean forward. Be sure you go with him.
[53:22.63]Hold your reins properly in a firm hand. Up!
[53:26.27]That was fine! I knew you'd do it!
[53:28.47]When you get a little older, I'll take you to Kentucky and Virginia.
[53:31.74]You'll be the greatest horsewoman in the South. Give your daddy a kiss.
[53:36.34]Mr. Rhett! Mr. Rhett!
[53:40.81]Did you see her, Mammy? Wasn't she wonderful?
[53:43.48]Mr. Rhett, I done told you and told you it just ain't fitting...
[53:47.49]for a girl child to ride astraddle with her dress flying up!
[53:50.76]All right, Mammy. I'll teach her to ride sidesaddle.
[53:53.19]And I'll buy her a blue velvet riding habit. She'll love that.
[53:56.50]A nice black broadcloth is what little girls wear.
[53:58.87]Now, Mammy, be reasonable.
[54:01.50]Well, I don't think it's fitting, but...
[54:05.74]It ain't fitting, it just ain't fitting.
[54:09.38]It ain't fitting.
[54:22.96]What are you doing downtown at this time of day?
[54:25.16]Ashley, I just...
[54:26.29]Why aren't you helping Melly get ready for my surprise birthday party?
[54:29.93]Why, Ashley Wilkes, you aren't supposed to know anything about that.
[54:33.60]Melly'd be so disappointed if you weren't surprised.
[54:36.40]I won't let on. I'll be the most surprised man in Atlanta.
[54:40.57]As long as you're here, let me show you the books...
[54:42.98]so you can see just how bad a businessman I really am.
[54:45.85]Oh, don't let's fool with any books today.
[54:48.08]When I'm wearing a new bonnet, all the figures I ever knew...
[54:50.95]go right slap out of my head.
[54:52.75]The figures are well lost when the bonnet's as pretty as that one.
[54:56.46]Scarlett, you know, you get prettier all the time.
[55:00.39]You haven't changed a bit since the day of our last barbecue at Twelve Oaks...
[55:04.77]where you sat under a tree surrounded by dozens of beaux.
[55:09.77]That girl doesn't exist anymore.
[55:12.67]Nothing's turned out as I expected, Ashley.
[55:17.38]Yes, we've traveled a long road since the old days, haven't we, Scarlett?
[55:21.75]Oh, the lazy days...
[55:23.55]the warm, still country twilights...
[55:27.05]the high, soft Negro laughter from the quarters...
[55:30.86]the golden warmth and security of those days.
[55:36.33]Don't look back, Ashley.
[55:38.53]Don't look back.
[55:41.84]It drags at your heart till you can't do anything but look back.
[55:51.68]I didn't mean to make you sad, my dear.
[55:55.05]I never want you to be anything but completely happy.
[56:22.08]Who is it?
[56:23.24]Only your husband.
[56:27.85]Am I actually being invited into the sanctuary?
[56:31.62]You're not ready for Melanie's party.
[56:34.09]I've got a headache, Rhett.
[56:35.69]You go without me and make my excuses to Melanie.
[56:40.16]What a white-livered little coward you are. Get up.
[56:43.76]You're going to that party and you'll have to hurry.
[56:46.17]- Has India dared to... - Yes. India has!
[56:47.84]Every woman and man in town knows the story!
[56:49.84]You should kill them, spreading lies.
[56:51.54]I have a strange way of not killing people who tell the truth.
[56:54.44]There's no time to argue. Get up!
[56:56.04]I won't go! I can't go till this misunderstanding is cleared up.
[56:59.08]Don't cheat Melly out of the satisfaction of publicly...
[57:01.85]ordering you out of her house.
[57:03.22]There was nothing wrong. India hates me so.
[57:05.15]I can't go, Rhett. I couldn't face it.
[57:06.99]If you don't go, you won't be able to show your face as long as you live.
[57:10.56]That wouldn't bother me, but you won't ruin Bonnie's chances.
[57:13.53]You're going to that party, if only for her sake. Now get dressed!
[57:30.41]Wear that! Nothing modest or matronly will do for this occasion.
[57:34.35]And put on plenty of rouge. I want you to look your part tonight.
[57:44.63]<i>For he's a jolly good fellow For he's a jolly good fellow</i>
[57:49.93]<i>For he's a jolly good fellow Which nobody can deny</i>
[57:55.40]<i>Which nobody can deny Which nobody can deny</i>
[57:59.84]<i>For he's a jolly good fellow</i>
[58:04.08]- Good night, Scarlett. - But Rhett, you can't...
[58:06.68]You go into the arena alone. The lions are hungry for you.
[58:09.72]Oh, Rhett, don't leave me. Don't.
[58:11.52]You're not afraid?
[58:12.89]<i>Which nobody can deny Which nobody can deny</i>
[58:15.09]<i>For he's a jolly good fellow For he's a jolly good fellow</i>
[58:19.76]<i>For he's a jolly good fellow Which nobody can deny</i>
[58:39.55]What a lovely dress, Scarlett, darling.
[58:41.92]India wasn't able to come tonight.
[58:43.65]Will you be an angel?
[58:44.95]I do need you to help me receive my guests.
[58:52.93]here's our darling Scarlett.
[59:00.93]- Good evening, Miss Scarlett. - Good evening, Mrs. Butler.
[59:04.57]Ashley, aren't you going to get our Scarlett a glass of punch?
[59:15.65]Did you have a good time tonight at Miss Melly's party, child?
[59:19.75]Now, Mammy, be sure and leave word.
[59:21.69]If Capt. Butler asks for me when he comes back, I'm asleep.
[59:55.59]Come in, Mrs. Butler.
[60:27.12]There's no reason why you shouldn't have your nightcap even if I am here.
[60:30.62]I didn't want a drink. I heard a noise and...
[60:33.13]You heard nothing of the kind.
[60:35.46]You wouldn't have come down if you'd thought I was here.
[60:38.33]- You must need a drink badly. - I do not!
[60:40.63]Take it. Don't give yourself airs.
[60:43.50]I know you drink on the quiet, and I know how much you drink.
[60:47.01]Do you think I care if you like your brandy?
[60:56.08]You're drunk, and I'm going to bed!
[60:57.85]I'm very drunk...
[60:59.69]and I intend getting still drunker before the evening's over...
[61:03.69]but you're not going to bed, not yet.
[61:12.03]So she stood by you, did she?
[61:15.20]How does it feel to have the woman you've wronged cloak your sins for you?
[61:20.47]You're wondering if she knows all about you and Ashley.
[61:23.71]You're wondering if she did it just to save her face.
[61:26.71]You're thinking that she's a fool for doing it even if it did save your hide.
[61:30.65]- I will not listen. - Yes, you'll listen!
[61:33.89]Miss Melly's a fool, but not the kind you think.
[61:36.89]It's just that there's too much honor in her to ever conceive of dishonor...
[61:40.56]in anyone she loves.
[61:42.93]And she loves you.
[61:44.97]Though just why she does, I'm sure I don't know!
[61:48.97]If you weren't so drunk and insulting, I could explain everything.
[61:52.71]- As it is, though... - If you get out of that chair once more...
[62:00.01]Of course, the comic figure in all this is the long-suffering Mr. Wilkes.
[62:05.69]Mr. Wilkes, who can't be mentally faithful to his wife...
[62:08.76]and won't be unfaithful to her technically.
[62:12.99]Why doesn't he make up his mind?
[62:19.40]Observe my hands, my dear.
[62:22.80]I could tear you to pieces with them.
[62:25.91]And I'd do it, if it'd take Ashley out of your mind forever.
[62:30.51]But it wouldn't.
[62:32.91]So I'll remove him from your mind forever this way.
[62:37.88]I'll put my hands so...
[62:40.85]one on each side of your head...
[62:43.99]and I'll smash your skull between them like a walnut.
[62:48.86]That'll block him out.
[62:52.37]Take your hands off me, you drunken fool.
[63:00.34]You know I've always admired your spirit, my dear.
[63:04.54]Never more than now, when you're cornered.
[63:08.01]I'm not cornered.
[63:09.45]You'll never corner me, Rhett Butler, or frighten me!
[63:12.35]You've lived in dirt so long, you can't understand anything else.
[63:15.92]And you're jealous of something you can't understand. Good night!
[63:22.20]Jealous, am I?
[63:23.66]Yes, I suppose I am.
[63:26.07]Even though I know you've been faithful to me all along.
[63:29.70]How do I know?
[63:31.07]Because I know Ashley Wilkes and his honorable breed.
[63:36.58]And that's more than I can say for you or for me.
[63:40.25]We're not gentlemen, and we have no honor, have we?
[63:53.43]It's not that easy, Scarlett.
[63:59.50]You turned me out while you chased Ashley Wilkes...
[64:01.90]while you dreamed of Ashley Wilkes.
[64:03.77]This is one night you're not turning me out.
[64:34.50]How are you feeling this morning, Mammy?
[64:36.70]Well, this misery in my back ain't so good.
[64:43.54]You acting mighty happy this morning, Miss Scarlett.
[64:46.21]I am, Mammy. I am.
[64:54.82]<i>Oh, she wept with delight when he gave her a smile</i>
[65:00.16]<i>And trembled with fear at his frown</i>
[65:25.49]I'd like to extend my apology for my conduct of last night.
[65:29.36]Oh, but Rhett...
[65:31.06]I was very drunk...
[65:32.36]and quite swept off my feet by your charms.
[65:38.06]Well, you needn't bother to apologize. Nothing you ever do surprises me!
[65:42.14]I've been thinking things over, and I really believe that...
[65:45.01]it would be better for both of us...
[65:46.61]if we admitted we'd made a mistake and got a divorce.
[65:49.68]- A divorce? - Yes.
[65:51.21]There's no point in our holding on to each other, is there?
[65:53.98]I'll provide for you amply. You've plenty of grounds.
[65:56.45]Just give me Bonnie. Say what you please. I won't contest.
[65:59.49]Thank you very much.
[66:00.55]But I wouldn't dream of disgracing my family with a divorce.
[66:04.32]You'd disgrace it quick enough if Ashley were free.
[66:06.89]It makes my head spin to think how quickly you'd divorce me.
[66:11.03]Wouldn't you, Scarlett?
[66:13.87]Well, answer me.
[66:16.27]Will you please go now and leave me alone?
[66:20.04]Yes, I'm going. That's what I came to tell you.
[66:23.38]I'm going on a very extended trip to London, and I'm leaving today.
[66:28.11]And I'm taking Bonnie with me.
[66:29.85]So you'll please get her little duds packed right away.
[66:32.42]You'll never take my child out of this house.
[66:35.02]She's my child, too, Scarlett.
[66:36.99]I wouldn't leave her here...
[66:38.63]with a mother who hasn't the decency to consider her own reputation.
[66:41.90]You're a fine one to talk.
[66:43.46]You think I'll let her out of this house...
[66:45.43]when you'll probably have her around with people like that Belle?
[66:49.10]If you were a man I'd break your neck for that.
[66:51.74]As it is, I'll thank you to shut your stupid mouth.
[66:54.11]As for you, giving yourself pious airs about your motherhood...
[66:57.14]Why, a cat's a better mother than you are.
[66:59.15]Have her things packed and ready for me in an hour, or I warn you...
[67:02.45]I've always thought a good lashing with a buggy whip would benefit you immensely.
[67:11.76]Excuse me, Mr. Rhett.
[67:13.99]Hello, Uncle Rhett.
[67:15.16]Hello, hello, Beau.
[67:18.43]Where have you been? I've been waiting for you all morning.
[67:21.97]Well, I've been hunting for a rabbit skin to wrap my little Bonnie in.
[67:25.67]Give your best sweetheart a kiss.
[67:31.01]I'm going to take you on a long trip to fairyland.
[67:36.85]I'm going to show you the Tower of London, where the little princes were...
[67:40.75]and London Bridge.
[67:44.29]Will it be falling down?
[67:47.49]Well, it will if you want it to, darling.
[68:00.64]It's all right. Who put out that light? Nurse!
[68:07.35]There. Yes, yes.
[68:09.58]What's the matter with my Bonnie?
[68:13.29]Oh, a bear? A big bear?
[68:16.02]Dreadful big. And he sat on my chest.
[68:19.03]Well, I'll stay here and shoot him if he comes back.
[68:37.54]Good evening, Mr. Butler.
[68:42.38]Haven't I told you never to leave her alone in the dark?
[68:45.05]If you'll pardon me, sir, children are often afraid of the dark, but they get over it.
[68:49.22]Just let her scream for a night or two.
[68:51.16]Let her scream! Either you're a fool or the most inhuman woman I've ever seen!
[68:54.96]Of course, if you want her to grow up nervous and cowardly.
[68:58.93]There isn't a cowardly bone in her body. You're discharged!
[69:03.20]As you say, sir.
[69:21.39]Where is Mother?
[69:29.43]Aren't you happy here in London with me?
[69:32.23]I want to go home.
[69:48.58]And Capt. Butler.
[69:50.78]- Miss Scarlett. - Hello, Mammy.
[69:55.52]Miss Scarlett! They's back. They's back, Miss Scarlett.
[70:00.63]Bonnie. Bonnie, baby.
[70:04.23]Are you glad to be home?
[70:05.70]Daddy gave me a kitten.
[70:07.33]- What a lovely kitten. - London's a horrid place.
[70:11.14]- Oh, my darling. - Where's my pony?
[70:13.61]- I want to go out and see my pony. - You go out and see your pony.
[70:26.29]Where's my pony?
[70:28.96]I wanna go out and see my pony.
[70:31.42]You run along with Mammy.
[70:33.13]- Come on, honey child. - Go with Mammy.
[70:34.79]Mammy sure has missed you, honey.
[70:38.97]Mrs. Butler, I believe.
[70:41.43]Mammy said you'd come back.
[70:44.40]But only to bring Bonnie.
[70:45.97]Apparently any mother, even a bad one, is better for a child than none.
[70:50.18]You mean you're going away again?
[70:52.35]What perception, Mrs. Butler.
[70:55.52]In fact, I left my bags at the station.
[70:59.69]You're looking pale. Is there a shortage of rouge?
[71:02.96]Or can this wanness mean you've been missing me?
[71:06.36]If I'm pale, it's your fault.
[71:07.99]Not because I've been missing you, but because...
[71:14.73]Pray continue, Mrs. Butler.
[71:17.47]It's because I'm going to have a baby.
[71:27.28]And who's the happy father?
[71:29.85]You know it's yours.
[71:31.42]I don't want it any more than you do.
[71:33.29]No woman would want the child of a cad like you.
[71:35.52]I wish it were anybody's child but yours.
[71:40.19]Well, cheer up. Maybe you'll have an accident.
[71:57.14]Is she better?
[72:02.88]Has she asked for me?
[72:04.35]Don't you understand? She's delirious.
[72:11.06]I want Rhett.
[72:16.96]What's the matter, honey? Did you call somebody, child?
[72:20.43]It's no use.
[72:23.14]It's no use.
[72:46.46]Dr. Meade's left.
[72:50.53]Oh, no, she's much better.
[72:52.83]Really, she is.
[73:10.88]There, there, Capt. Butler. You're beside yourself.
[73:14.05]She'll very soon be well again, I promise you.
[73:16.36]No, you don't understand. She never wanted this baby.
[73:19.53]Not want a baby? Why, every woman wants a baby!
[73:22.09]Yes, you want children, but she doesn't. Not my children.
[73:25.36]She told me she didn't want any more children...
[73:27.57]and I wanted to hurt her because she'd hurt me.
[73:29.70]I wanted to and I did.
[73:31.07]Hush. You mustn't tell me these things. It's not fit.
[73:34.14]I didn't know about this baby until the other day when she fell.
[73:37.18]If I'd known, I'd have come home whether she wanted me or not!
[73:40.25]Well, of course you would.
[73:42.05]And then when she told me, there on the steps, what did I do?
[73:45.92]What did I say? I laughed and I said...
[73:48.79]But you didn't mean it. I know you didn't mean it.
[73:52.09]Oh, but I did mean it. I was crazy with jealousy.
[73:54.99]She's never cared for me. I thought I could make her care, but I couldn't.
[74:00.47]You're so wrong.
[74:02.20]Scarlett loves you a great deal, much more than she knows.
[74:07.11]If that were only true I could wait forever.
[74:09.14]If she'd only forgive me, forget this ever happened.
[74:12.88]You must be patient.
[74:16.88]Oh, no, it's not possible.
[74:18.65]You don't understand. If you only knew who she really loved...
[74:22.79]you wouldn't believe it.
[74:27.66]Surely you haven't listened to idle gossip.
[74:30.33]No, Capt. Butler, I wouldn't believe it.
[74:34.90]There, there. Scarlett's going to get well and there can be other babies.
[74:39.57]No, she couldn't even if she wanted to, after what she's been through.
[74:43.38]But of course she could.
[74:45.88]I'm going to.
[74:50.22]No, Miss Melly, you mustn't risk it. It's too dangerous.
[74:53.92]Children are life-renewing itself, Capt. Butler...
[74:57.06]and when life does that, danger seems very unimportant.
[75:03.66]I've never before known anyone who was really brave.
[75:07.53]I pray God things go well with you, Miss Melly.
[75:10.64]And I want to thank you for all you've done for me and for Scarlett.
[75:15.61]From my heart, I thank you.
[75:24.35]Miss Scarlett's feeling a heap better today, Mr. Rhett.
[75:27.72]Thank you, Mammy.
[75:36.40]I've come to ask your forgiveness...
[75:38.73]in the hope that we can give our life together another chance.
[75:41.70]Our life together?
[75:43.37]When did we ever have a life together?
[75:46.81]Yes, you're right.
[75:48.94]But I'm sure if we could only try again, we could be happy.
[75:53.11]What is there to make us happy now?
[75:56.32]Well, there's Bonnie and...
[75:59.52]and I love you, Scarlett.
[76:01.82]When did you discover that?
[76:03.66]I've always loved you, but you've never given me a chance to show it.
[76:08.73]Well, and just what do you want me to do?
[76:13.00]To begin with, give up the mill, Scarlett.
[76:16.00]We'll go away.
[76:17.24]We'll take Bonnie and have another honeymoon.
[76:19.54]Give up the mill? Why? It's making more money than ever.
[76:22.34]Yes, I know, but we don't need it.
[76:24.34]Sell it, or better still, give it to Ashley.
[76:27.25]Melanie's been such a friend to both of us.
[76:29.25]Always Melanie! If you'd think a little more about me...
[76:32.15]I am thinking of you...
[76:34.55]and I'm thinking that...
[76:36.56]well, maybe it's the mill that's taking you away from me...
[76:40.09]and from Bonnie.
[76:41.39]I know what you're thinking. Don't try to bring Bonnie into this.
[76:44.46]You're the one taking her away from me.
[76:46.23]But she loves you.
[76:47.43]You've done everything to make her love you, not me.
[76:49.94]She's so spoiled now that...
[76:54.51]We're watching, darling.
[76:56.41]You're mighty pretty, precious.
[76:58.44]So are you.
[77:00.11]I'm going to jump. Watch me, Daddy.
[77:03.48]I don't think you ought to do much jumping yet, Bonnie.
[77:06.25]Remember, you've just learned to ride sidesaddle.
[77:08.65]I will so jump!
[77:10.09]I can jump better than ever 'cause I've grown...
[77:13.06]and I've moved the bar higher.
[77:14.73]Don't let her do it, Rhett.
[77:16.60]No, Bonnie, you can't. Well, if you fall off, don't cry and blame me.
[77:21.67]Rhett, stop her!
[77:29.44]Just like Pa.
[77:34.41]Just like Pa!
[78:06.41]Lordsy, Miss Melly. I sure is glad you've come.
[78:12.02]This house won't seem the same without Bonnie.
[78:14.99]How's Miss Scarlett bearing up?
[78:16.92]Miss Melly, this here done broke her heart...
[78:20.49]but I didn't fetch you here on Miss Scarlett's account.
[78:23.16]What that child got to stand, the good Lord give her strength to stand.
[78:28.93]It's Mr. Rhett I's worried about.
[78:34.77]He done lost his mind these last couple of days.
[78:37.38]No, Mammy, no.
[78:39.28]I ain't never see'd no man, black or white, set such store on any child.
[78:44.02]When Dr. Meade say her neck broke...
[78:46.49]Mr. Rhett grab his gun and run out there and shoot that poor pony...
[78:51.16]and for a minute I think he going to shoot hisself.
[78:54.26]Oh, poor Capt. Butler.
[78:56.10]Yes, ma'am. Miss Scarlett, she call him a murderer for teaching that child to jump.
[79:01.33]She say, "You give me my baby what you kill. "
[79:04.17]And then he say Miss Scarlett ain't never cared nothing about Miss Bonnie.
[79:08.44]It like to turn my blood cold, the things they say to one another.
[79:12.98]Stop, Mammy, don't tell me any more.
[79:18.25]And then that night...
[79:21.05]Mr. Rhett, he locked hisself in the nursery with Miss Bonnie...
[79:25.49]and he wouldn't even open the door...
[79:27.23]when Miss Scarlett beat on it and hollered to him.
[79:29.53]And that's the way it's been for two whole days.
[79:34.20]And then this evening, Miss Scarlett, she shout through the door...
[79:37.77]and she say the funeral set for tomorrow morning...
[79:40.11]and he says, "You try that and I kills you tomorrow.
[79:43.21]"Do you think I's going to put my child...
[79:46.25]"in the dark when she's so scared of it?"
[79:48.58]Oh, Mammy, he has lost his mind.
[79:51.35]Yes, ma'am, that's the God's truth. He ain't going to let us bury that child.
[79:55.09]You gotta help us, Miss Melly.
[79:57.26]Oh, but I can't intrude.
[79:58.96]If you can't help us, who can?
[80:01.29]Mr. Rhett always set great store by your opinion.
[80:06.37]Please, Miss Melly.
[80:09.70]I'll do what I can, Mammy.
[80:18.28]Get away from that door, and leave us alone.
[80:20.78]It's Mrs. Wilkes, Capt. Butler.
[80:22.88]Please let me in.
[80:24.55]I've come to see Bonnie.
[80:49.31]please help Mr. Rhett in this hour of his grief.
[81:04.29]I want you to go and make a good deal of strong coffee...
[81:07.59]and bring it up to Capt. Butler. I'll go and see Miss Scarlett.
[81:13.07]Capt. Butler is quite willing for the funeral to take place...
[81:17.70]Hallelujah. I suspects the angels fights on your side, Miss Melly. Hallelujah.
[81:23.74]Miss Melly! Miss Melly!
[81:27.18]Miss Melly! Miss Melly!
[81:30.58]Send for Dr. Meade, Mammy...
[81:34.59]try to get me home.
[81:37.96]Miss Melly! Miss Melly!
[81:47.37]Where is my mother going away to?
[81:49.94]And why can't I go along, please?
[81:53.37]We can't always go along, Beau, much as we may want to.
[81:58.41]You're going back to bed now.
[82:01.25]Oh, Rhett, she can't be dying, she can't be!
[82:05.18]She hasn't your strength.
[82:06.65]She's never had any strength. She's never had anything but heart.
[82:10.46]You knew that, too.
[82:11.96]Why do I have to go back to bed? It's morning.
[82:15.49]It isn't really morning yet.
[82:23.77]You may come in now, Scarlett.
[82:25.50]Please let me see her!
[82:27.14]I've been waiting here two whole days and I've got to tell her...
[82:31.11]that I was wrong about something.
[82:32.81]She knows you were wrong. She wants to see Scarlett.
[82:39.42]Miss Melly's going to die in peace.
[82:41.19]I won't have you easing your conscience telling her things...
[82:44.06]that make no difference now. You understand?
[83:01.37]It's me, Melly.
[83:08.78]Look after my little son.
[83:11.95]I gave him to you once before.
[83:17.66]The day he was born.
[83:19.66]Please, Melly, don't talk this way. I know you'll get well.
[83:26.80]Yes, and Europe, and a pony, whatever he wants. But...
[83:32.17]Melly, do try...
[83:36.84]Ashley and you.
[83:40.65]What about Ashley, Melly?
[83:44.92]Look after him for me.
[83:47.89]Just as you...
[83:50.59]looked after me for him.
[83:56.10]I will, Melly.
[83:58.80]Look after him...
[84:01.20]but never let him know.
[84:19.82]What else, Melly?
[84:25.46]be kind to him.
[84:29.50]He loves you so.
[84:59.53]You ladies may come in now.
[85:09.20]I don't know where the mate to this is.
[85:12.77]She must have put it away.
[85:15.54]Oh, stop it.
[85:19.01]I'm so frightened.
[85:22.45]I'm so frightened.
[85:29.02]Oh, Scarlett, what can I do? I can't live without her, I can't.
[85:34.19]Everything I ever had...
[85:36.16]is going with her.
[85:41.63]You really love her, don't you?
[85:44.74]She's the only dream I ever had that didn't die in the face of reality.
[85:50.24]Dreams! Always dreams with you, never common sense.
[85:53.68]Oh, Scarlett! If you knew what I've gone through!
[85:57.62]Ashley, you should have told me years ago that you loved her and not me...
[86:01.79]and not left me dangling with your talk of honor.
[86:05.12]But you had to wait till now, now when Melly's dying...
[86:08.96]to show me that I could never mean any more to you than...
[86:12.40]than this Watling woman does to Rhett.
[86:17.10]And I've loved something that...
[86:19.61]that doesn't really exist.
[86:26.75]I don't care.
[86:29.65]Somehow it doesn't matter.
[86:33.49]It doesn't matter one bit.
[86:40.23]Ashley, forgive me.
[86:42.46]Don't cry. She mustn't see you've been crying.
[87:04.95]Rhett, where are you?
[87:10.82]Rhett, wait for me.
[87:17.33]Rhett, wait for me!
[88:06.75]Well, God rest her.
[88:08.68]She was the only completely kind person I ever knew.
[88:12.55]A great lady.
[88:14.32]A very great lady.
[88:18.36]So she's dead. That makes it nice for you, doesn't it?
[88:22.59]Oh, how can you say such a thing? You know how I loved her, really!
[88:27.80]No, I don't know that I do.
[88:29.53]But at least it's to your credit that you could appreciate her at the end.
[88:33.14]Of course I appreciated her. She thought of everybody except herself.
[88:37.58]Why, her last words were about you.
[88:40.75]What did she say?
[88:43.65]"Be kind to Capt. Butler. He loves you so. "
[88:52.52]Did she say anything else?
[88:55.69]She asked me to look after Ashley, too.
[89:00.60]It's convenient to have the first wife's permission, isn't it?
[89:06.07]What do you mean?
[89:10.01]What are you doing?
[89:11.84]I'm leaving you, my dear.
[89:13.75]All you need now is a divorce, and your dreams of Ashley can come true.
[89:22.99]No, you're wrong! Terribly wrong!
[89:25.29]I don't want a divorce. Oh, Rhett, when I knew tonight...
[89:28.56]when I knew I loved you, I ran home to tell you.
[89:31.20]Oh, darling, darling...
[89:33.27]Please don't go on with this.
[89:34.93]Leave us some dignity to remember out of our marriage. Spare us this last.
[89:40.14]Oh, Rhett, do listen to me.
[89:41.91]I must have loved you for years, only I was such a stupid fool I didn't know it.
[89:45.84]Please believe me. You must care.
[89:48.71]Melly said you did.
[89:50.62]I believe you. What about Ashley Wilkes?
[89:54.29]I never really loved Ashley.
[89:57.09]You certainly gave a good imitation of it, up till this morning.
[90:01.63]No, Scarlett. I tried everything.
[90:04.23]If you'd only met me halfway, even when I came back from London.
[90:07.33]I was so glad to see you. I was, Rhett, but you were so nasty.
[90:11.10]And then, when you were sick and it was all my fault...
[90:14.41]I hoped against hope that you'd call for me, but you didn't.
[90:17.31]I wanted you. I wanted you desperately, but I didn't think you wanted me.
[90:23.11]It seems we've been at cross-purposes, doesn't it? But it's no use now.
[90:28.15]As long as there was Bonnie, there was a chance we might be happy.
[90:31.86]I liked to think that Bonnie was you.
[90:33.66]A little girl again, before the war and poverty had done things to you.
[90:38.16]She was so like you, and I could pet her and spoil her as I wanted to spoil you.
[90:44.74]But when she went, she took everything.
[90:48.81]Rhett, please don't say that.
[90:50.71]I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry for everything.
[90:55.65]My darling, you're such a child.
[90:58.22]You think that by saying, "I'm sorry," all the past can be corrected.
[91:04.92]Here, take my handkerchief.
[91:07.49]Never at any crisis of your life have I known you to have a handkerchief.
[91:15.87]Rhett, where are you going?
[91:18.57]I'm going to Charleston. Back where I belong.
[91:20.97]Please. Please take me with you.
[91:23.98]No. I'm through with everything here.
[91:27.31]I want peace.
[91:28.98]I want to see if somewhere there isn't something left in life of charm and grace.
[91:34.05]- Do you know what I'm talking about? - No. I only know that I love you.
[91:38.29]That's your misfortune.
[91:55.07]If you go, where shall I go? What shall I do?
[91:59.31]Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn.
[92:15.53]Oh, I can't let him go! I can't!
[92:18.83]There must be some way to bring him back.
[92:24.17]I can't think about this now. I'll go crazy if I do!
[92:29.14]I'll think about it tomorrow.
[92:45.62]But I must think about it.
[92:48.49]I must think about it.
[92:51.33]What is there to do?
[92:54.17]What is there that matters?
[92:59.37]<i>Do you mean to tell me, Katie Scarlett O'Hara...</i>
[93:01.64]<i>that Tara doesn't mean anything to you? Why, land's the only thing that matters.</i>
[93:06.11]<i>It's the only thing that lasts.</i>
[93:08.45]<i>Something you love better than me, though you may not know it. Tara.</i>
[93:12.32]<i>It's this from which you get your strength. The red earth of Tara.</i>
[93:16.02]<i>Why, land's the only thing that matters. It's the only thing that lasts.</i>
[93:19.92]<i>Something you love better than me, though you may not know it. Tara.</i>
[93:23.19]<i>From which you get your strength. The red earth of Tara.</i>
[93:26.03]<i>Why, land's the only thing that matters.</i>
[93:27.83]<i>Something you love better than me.</i>
[93:29.33]<i>The red earth of Tara.</i>
[93:30.64]<i>- Tara! - Tara!</i>
[93:40.55]I'll go home!
[93:43.08]And I'll think of some way to get him back.
[93:48.29]tomorrow is another day.
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