While our protagonists flee from the burning Atlanta the carriage stops. A bearded soldier walks by carrying another man. A few moments later the camera focuses on a young man who collapses and is being picked up by exactly the same guy who was carrying him already. The mistake wouldn't be as pronounced if it weren't been one of the few instances where action by extras is highlighted. See more...
George Cukor was the original director for the film and worked on it for 2 years. He was fired 2 weeks into production and was replaced by Victor Fleming. See more...
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|Title||Gone With The Wind|
|Original entry||When Rhett drops Scarlett at Ashley's birthday party she is wearing a violet veil attached to her hairdo. When she enters the room where the guests are, the veil disappears when the camera angle changes while she is standing in the door. [Actually, Scarlett has the tulle stole that we see over her arms arranged differently as she is entering the house - -the tulle is unfolded, draped over her shoulders, and draped over a comb on the back of Scarlett's headdress that pins three sausage curls in place. By the time the camera pans back to Scarlett in the foyer, she had removed the tulle from her head and shoulders, and allowed it to slip down her arms to reveal her bare neckline and shoulders.]|