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Silencing Scarlett 


Prescribed compliance,

Cure for the questioning tongue.

Take your medicine.

Poetry

1939: Gone with the Wind

(Originally published June 21, 2012)

Gone with the Wind: Need I say more?  An American war epic.  A tale of love and pride and passion.  521 more words

Autant en emporte le vent - Comédie musicale

Aujourd’hui, je retourne dans les spectacles, avec la version vidéo de Autant en emporte le vent, de Gérard Presgurvic.

Un peu d’histoire

Créée en 2003 au Palais des Sports de Paris, la comédie musicale s’inspire du roman éponyme de  676 more words

Spectacles

#Fiction Friday: #Micropoetry from the Book

Mother didn’t like to talk about her childhood, & I began to wonder if there was something in it that would explain what was happening now. 229 more words

"Gone With the Wind"

Gone with the Wind (the movie) premiered in Atlanta, Georgia this date in 1939. Production was difficult from the start. Filming was delayed for two years due to Selznick’s determination to secure Clark Gable for the role of Rhett Butler, and the “search for Scarlett” led to 1,400 women being interviewed for the part, which was won by Vivien Leigh. 322 more words

This Day In History

Scarlett O'Hara vs Eliza Doolittle: The Real Fashion Battle Happens Here

“Tomorrow is another day,” Scarlett whispers dreamily. “Garn!” retorts Eliza disbelievingly, as she is not used to postponing things and makes the most of the present moment. 472 more words

Fashion

Gone With The Wind 

Cold dark days need Rhett Butler & Scarlett O’Hara being fun & feisty in Gone With The Wind in 1939.

Old Hollywood