When Scarlett is attacked in the woods on a bridge while on her way to the lumber mill the buggy very nearly goes off of the bridge backwards. Then Scarlett faints, but when the camera returns to the full shot of the buggy, suddenly it is squarely in the middle of the bridge and in no danger at all of falling over the edge. See more...
Margaret Mitchell wrote "My dear, I don't give a damn." Clark Gable added "Frankly" out of creative license. See more...
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|Title||Gone With The Wind|
|Original entry||When Scarlett is flirting with the Tarleton twins dogs and horses in the background appear and disappear in a very discontinuous way.|