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1- I don’t care what she’s done to you, you’re still in love with her.
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And don’t think it pleasures me none to say it.
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Maybe so! But I’m through with her, I tell you! I’m through.
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You gotta think of the child. The child’s worth ten of the mother.
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You’re a shrewd woman, Belle, and a very nice one.
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Yes, Rhett?
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I was just thinking of the difference between you, and…
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…you’re both hard-headed business women and you’re both successful.
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But you’ve got a heart, Belle…
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…and you’re honest.
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Goodbye, Rhett.
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Goodbye, Belle.
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She’ll be a wonderful horsewoman!
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Look at those hands, and that seat!
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Oh, fiddle-dee-dee!
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Just why we have to wheel the baby when we have a house full of servants…
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Good morning, Mrs. Merriwether.
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Good morning, Captain Butler.
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Good morning, Scarlett.
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Making fools of ourselves in front of these old buffaloes!
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If you’d thought of your position years ago, you wouldn’t have to do this.
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But as it is, we’ll cultivate every female dragon of the old guard in this town.
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Good morning, Mrs. Whiting.
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Good morning, Captain Butler. Good morning, Scarlett.
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So the millionaire speculator’s turning respectable!
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All of our money can’t buy what I want for Bonnie.
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Oh, I’ll admit I’ve been at fault, too.
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But Bonnie’s going to have a place among decent people.
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Yes, even if we both have to crawl on our bellies to every fat old cat.
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Good morning, Mrs. Meade.
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Good morning, Captain Butler. Good morning, Scarlett.
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Mrs. Merriwether, I’ve always had a great regard for your knowledge.
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I wonder if you could give me some advice.
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Why, certainly, Captain Butler.
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My Bonnie sucks her thumb. I can’t make her stop it.
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You should make her stop it. It’ll ruin the shape of her mouth.
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I know, I know.
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She has such a beautiful mouth, too. I tried putting soap under her nails.
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Soap! Bah!
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Put quinine on her thumb and she’ll stop sucking it quick enough.
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Quinine! I never would have thought of it.
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I can’t thank you enough, Mrs. Merriwether.
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You’ve taken a great load off my mind! Good morning.
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Good morning, Dolly.
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Wasn’t that Captain Butler?
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Good morning, Caroline. I was just thinking.
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There must be a great deal of good in a man who could love a child so much.
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But of course there is!
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Oh, did I tell you that Fanny Elsing told Dr. Meade that Captain Butler…
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…finally admitted he was honored by the Confederate Congress…
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…for his services at the Battle of Franklin?
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No! And did I tell you, Caroline, that Captain Butler…
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…made a stupendous contribution to the Association for the Beautification…
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…of the Graves of the Glorious Dead?
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No!
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My little grandbaby, Napoleon Picard, is giving a party for Bonnie next week.
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Why, Dolly Merriwether, you know right well it was my idea…
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…to give a party for Bonnie Butler!
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Why Caroline Meade…
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Now watch Daddy put your pony over, Bonnie. Now watch.
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Daddy, let me! Let me!
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All right, darling. Put her on, Pork!
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Up we go.
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Oh, there!
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Lordsy mercy! There he goes again!
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Grip tightly with your legs and sit close. Lean forward and be sure you go with him.
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Hold your reins properly in a firm hand. Up!
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That was fine! I knew you’d do it!
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When you get a little older, I’ll take you to Kentucky and Virginia.
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You’ll be the greatest horsewoman in the South. Give your daddy a kiss.
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Mr. Rhett! Mr. Rhett!
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Mr. Rhett!
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Did you see her, Mammy? Wasn’t she wonderful?
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Mr. Rhett, I done told you and told you it just ain’t fitting…
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…for a girl child to ride astraddle with her dress flying up!
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All right, Mammy. I’ll teach her to ride sidesaddle.
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And I’ll buy her a blue velvet riding habit. She’ll love that.
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A nice black broadcloth is what little girls wear.
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Now, Mammy, be reasonable.
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Well, I don’t think it’s fitting, but…
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It ain’t fitting, it just ain’t fitting.
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It ain’t fitting.
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Why, Scarlett!
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What are you doing downtown at this time of day?
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Ashley, I just-
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Why aren’t you helping Melly get ready for my surprise birthday party?
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Why, Ashley Wilkes, you aren’t supposed to know anything about that.
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Melly’d be so disappointed if you weren’t surprised.
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I won’t let on. I’ll be the most surprised man in Atlanta.
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As long as you’re here, let me show you the books…
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…so you can see just how bad a businessman I really am.
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Oh, don’t let’s fool with any books today.
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When I’m wearing a new bonnet, all the figures I ever knew…
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…go right slap out of my head.
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The figures are well lost when the bonnet’s as pretty as that one.
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Scarlett, you know, you get prettier all the time.
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You haven’t changed a bit since the day of our last barbecue at Twelve Oaks…
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…where you sat under a tree surrounded by dozens of beaux.
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That girl doesn’t exist anymore.
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Nothing’s turned out as I expected, Ashley.
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Nothing.
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Yes, we’ve travelled a long road since the old days, haven’t we, Scarlett?
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Oh, the lazy days…
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…the warm, still country twilights…
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…the high, soft negro laughter from the quarters…
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…the golden warmth and security of those days.
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Don’t look back, Ashley.
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Don’t look back.
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It drags at your heart till you can’t do anything, but look back.
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I didn’t mean to make you sad, my dear.
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I’d never want you to be anything but completely happy.
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Oh, Ashley!
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Who is it?
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Only your husband.
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Come in.
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Am I actually being invited into the sanctuary?
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You’re not ready for Melanie’s party.
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I’ve got a headache, Rhett.
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You go without me, and make my excuses to Melanie.
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What a white-livered little coward you are! Get up!
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You’re going to that party and you’ll have to hurry.
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– Has India dared to- – Yes. India has!
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Every woman and man in town knows the story!
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You should kill them, spreading lies.
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I have a strange way of not killing people who tell the truth.
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There’s no time to argue now. Get up!
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I won’t go! I can’t go until this misunderstanding is cleared up.
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You won’t cheat Miss Melly out of the satisfaction of publicly…
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…ordering you out of her house.
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There was nothing wrong. India hates me so.
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I can’t go, Rhett. I couldn’t face it.
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If you don’t show it tonight, you’ll never be able to as long as you live.
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While that wouldn’t bother me, you’re ruining Bonnie’s chances.
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You’re going to that party, if only for her sake. Now, get dressed!
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Wear that! Nothing modest or matronly will do for this occasion.
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And put on plenty of rouge. I want you to look your part tonight.
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“For he’s a jolly good fellow For he’s a jolly good fellow
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“For he’s a jolly good fellow Which nobody can deny
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“Which nobody can deny Which nobody can deny
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“For he’s a jolly good fellow… ”
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– Good night, Scarlett. – But Rhett, you can’t-
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You go into the arena alone. The lions are hungry for you.
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Oh, Rhett, don’t leave me. Don’t.
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You’re not afraid?
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“Which nobody can deny Which nobody can deny
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“For he’s a jolly good fellow For he’s a jolly good fellow
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“For he’s a jolly good fellow Which nobody can deny. ”
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What a lovely dress, Scarlett, darling.
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India wasn’t able to come tonight.
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Will you be an angel?
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I do need you to help me receive my guests.
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Mrs. Meade…
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…here’s our darling Scarlett.
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Good evening.
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Good evening.
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Why Scarlett!
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– Good evening, Miss Scarlett. – Good evening, Mrs. Butler.
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Ashley, aren’t you going to get our Scarlett a glass of punch?
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Did you have a good time tonight at Miss Melly’s party, child?
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Yes, yes.
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Now, Mammy, be sure and leave word…
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…if Captain Butler asks for me when he comes back, I’m asleep.
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Yes, ma’am.
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Come in, Mrs. Butler.
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Come here.
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Sit down!
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There’s no reason why you shouldn’t have your nightcap even if I am here.
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I didn’t want a drink. I heard a noise and-
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You heard nothing of the kind.
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You wouldn’t have come down if you’d thought I was here.
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– You must need a drink badly. – I do not!
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Take it. Don’t give yourself airs.
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I know you drink on the quiet, and I know how much you drink.
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Do you think I care if you like your brandy?
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You’re drunk, and I’m going to bed!
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I’m very drunk…
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…and I intend getting still drunker before the evening’s over…
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…but you’re not going to bed, not yet!
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Sit down!
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So she stood by you, did she?
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How does it feel to have the woman you’ve wronged cloak your sins for you?
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You’re wondering if she knows all about you and Ashley.
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You’re wondering if she did it just to save her face.
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You’re thinking that she’s a fool for doing it even if it did save your hide.
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– I will not listen. – Yes, you’ll listen!
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Miss Melly’s a fool, but not the kind you think.
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It’s just that there’s too much honor in her to ever conceive of dishonor…
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…in anyone she loves.
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And she loves you.
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Though just why she does, I’m sure I don’t know!
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If you weren’t so drunk and insulting, I could explain everything.
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– As it is though- – If you get out of that chair once more!
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Of course, the comic figure in all this is the long suffering Mr. Wilkes!
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Mr. Wilkes, who can’t be mentally faithful to his wife…
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…and won’t be unfaithful to her technically.
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Why doesn’t he make up his mind?
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Rhett, you…
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Observe my hands, my dear.
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I could tear you to pieces with them.
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And I’d do it, if it’d take Ashley out of your mind forever.
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But it wouldn’t.
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So I’ll remove him from your mind forever this way.
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I’ll put my hands so…
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…one on each side of your head…
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…and I’ll smash your skull between them like a walnut.
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And that’ll block him out.
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Take your hands off me, you drunken fool.
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You know I’ve always admired your spirit, my dear.
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Never more than now, when you’re cornered.
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I’m not cornered.
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And you’ll never corner me, Rhett Butler, or frighten me!
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You’ve lived in dirt so long, you can’t understand anything else.
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And you’re jealous of something you can’t understand. Good night!
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Jealous, am I?
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Yes, I suppose I am.
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Even though I know you’ve been faithful to me all along.
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How do I know?
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Because I know Ashley Wilkes, and his honorable breed.
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They’re gentlemen!
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And that’s more than I can say for you or for me!
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We’re not gentlemen, and we have no honor, have we?
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It’s not that easy, Scarlett.
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You turned me out while you chased Ashley Wilkes.
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While you dreamed of Ashley Wilkes.
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This is one night you’re not turning me out!
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How are you feeling this morning, Mammy?
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Well, this misery in my back ain’t so good.
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You acting mighty happy this morning, Miss Scarlett.
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I am, Mammy. I am.
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“Oh, she wept with delight when he gave her a smile
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“And trembled with fear at his frown. ”
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Hello.
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I’d like to extend my apologies for my conduct of last night.
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Oh, but Rhett…
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I was very drunk…
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…and quite swept off my feet by your charms.
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Well, you needn’t bother to apologize. Nothing you ever do surprises me!
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I’ve been thinking things over, and I really believe that…
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…it would be better for both of us…
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…if we admitted we’d made a mistake and got a divorce.
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– A divorce? – Yes.
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There’s no point in our holding on to each other, is there?
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I’ll provide for you amply. You’ve plenty of grounds.
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Just give me Bonnie. You can say what you please, I won’t contest it.
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Thank you very much.
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But I wouldn’t dream of disgracing the family with a divorce.
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You’d disgrace it quick enough if Ashley were free.
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It makes my head spin to think how quickly you’d divorce me.
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Wouldn’t you, Scarlett?
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Well, answer me.
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Wouldn’t you?
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Will you please go now, and leave me alone?
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Yes, I’m going. That’s what I came to tell you.
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I’m going on a very extended trip to London, and I’m leaving today.
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And I’m taking Bonnie with me.
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So you’ll please get her little duds packed right away.
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You’ll never take my child out of this house.
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She’s my child, too, Scarlett.
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You’re making a mistake, if you think I’m leaving her here…
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…with a mother who hasn’t the decency to consider her own reputation.
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You’re a fine one to talk.
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You think I’ll let that child out of this house…
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…when you’ll probably have her around with people like that Belle?
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If you were a man I’d break your neck for that.
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As it is, I’ll thank you to shut your stupid mouth.
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As for you, giving yourself pious airs about your motherhood…
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Why, a cat’s a better mother than you are.
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Have her things packed and ready for me in an hour, or I warn you…
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I’ve always thought a good lashing with a buggy whip would benefit you immensely.
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Excuse me, Mr. Rhett.
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Hello, Uncle Rhett.
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Hello, hello, Beau.
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Daddy, Daddy!
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Where have you been? I’ve been waiting for you all morning.
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Well, I’ve been hunting for a rabbit skin to wrap my little Bonnie in.
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Give your best sweetheart a kiss.
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I’m going to take you on a long trip to fairyland!
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Where? Where?
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I’m going to show you the Tower of London, where the little princes were…
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…and London Bridge.
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London Bridge!
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Will it be falling down?
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Well, it will if you want it to, darling.

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