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Essential Guide to British Slang

Essential Guide to British Slang

- Clark Gable - RHETT BUTLER IN GONE WITH THE WIND Movie Star from the past. He is often considered the most romantic, charismatic male character ever in films. His chemistry with the fiery Vivien Leigh was infallible. No actor and role were ever so perfectly wed as Clark Gable and Rhett Butler. R.I.P.

- Clark Gable - RHETT BUTLER IN GONE WITH THE WIND Movie Star from the past. He is often considered the most romantic, charismatic male character ever in films. His chemistry with the fiery Vivien Leigh was infallible. No actor and role were ever so perfectly wed as Clark Gable and Rhett Butler. R.I.P.

Smoking Jacket!! Clark Gable on the set of Gone with the Wind (1939)

Smoking Jacket!! Clark Gable on the set of Gone with the Wind (1939)

Clark Gables character, Rhett Butler, is from Charleston in the movie, Gone With the Wind.

Clark Gables character, Rhett Butler, is from Charleston in the movie, Gone With the Wind.

Walter Plunkett's costume sketches for Vivien Leigh as 'Scarlett O’Hara' in Gone With the Wind (1939) More

Walter Plunkett's costume sketches for Vivien Leigh as 'Scarlett O’Hara' in Gone With the Wind (1939) More

Scarlett Gone with the Wind | ... Leigh played Scarlett O'Hara in the 1936 novel 'Gone with the Wind

Scarlett Gone with the Wind | ... Leigh played Scarlett O'Hara in the 1936 novel 'Gone with the Wind

VIVIEN LEIGH CLARK GABLE 1939 Gone With the Wind

VIVIEN LEIGH CLARK GABLE 1939 Gone With the Wind

Gone with the Wind - The sheer scale of 1939's Gone With The Wind was reflected in the 19th century outfits - over 5,000 individal items of clothing were crated by the film's costume designer, Walter Plunkett. FACT: The memorable green dress pictured was made from a pair of old curtains in the film - Scarlett wanted to look perfect for Rhett Butler's return, and show she could still look elegant despite the hardships of the Civil War.

Gone with the Wind - The sheer scale of 1939's Gone With The Wind was reflected in the 19th century outfits - over 5,000 individal items of clothing were crated by the film's costume designer, Walter Plunkett. FACT: The memorable green dress pictured was made from a pair of old curtains in the film - Scarlett wanted to look perfect for Rhett Butler's return, and show she could still look elegant despite the hardships of the Civil War.