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Filming Bonnie and Special Effects

On Wednesday, July 5, 1939, Gone With the Wind’s postproduction action was focused on Scarlett and Rhett’s daughter, Bonnie Blue Butler. On the MGM studio lot at the Cohen Park location, production designer William Cameron Menzies directed four-year-old Cammie King … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for Bonnie’s Last Ride

On Monday, June 12, 1939, Gone With the Wind’s action was on the terrace of Scarlett and Rhett’s Atlanta home in the sequence leading up to “Bonnie’s Last Ride.” In the terrace scene, Scarlett and Rhett argue about the state … Continue reading

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A Question of Divorce and a Mysterious Breakfast Tray

On Monday, June 5, 1939, Victor Fleming directed Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Hattie McDaniel and Cammie King in the “Rhett Wants a Divorce” scene. Filming included the actions of Bonnie bringing a breakfast-in-bed tray to her mother; Scarlett finishing her … Continue reading

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