In Search of Rhett and Scarlett
Marsh, Betsa, The Saturday Evening Post
Thousands are planning a pilgrimage to the Old South this fall for the 70th anniversary celebration of Gone with the Wind.
Even die most fiercely self-disciplined Southern belle is bound to have some creases and creaks as she hits 70. Yet here is a Dixie septuagenarian still smooth of cheek, bright of eye, and lithe of figure.
Of course, she's had work done - expert work. Because no one would trust Gone with the Wind to anyone but die best cinematic plastic surgeons.
The film, which catapulted Britain's Vivien Leigh to icon status as Scarlett O'Hara and immortalized Clark Gable as the only possible Rhett Buder, will celebrate its 70th birthday this December. …
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Publication information: Article title: In Search of Rhett and Scarlett. Contributors: Marsh, Betsa - Author. Magazine title: The Saturday Evening Post. Volume: 281. Issue: 5 Publication date: September/October 2009. Page number: 54+. © Benjamin Franklin Literary and Medical Society Jan/Feb 2007. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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