Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Scarlett on Peachtree Street

In this scene from "Gone with the Wind," Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) & Rhett (Clark Gable) are pushing their daughter, Bonnie Blue Butler, down Peachtree Street in Atlanta. Rhett is determined to gain respectability for his daughter's sake, even if they have to "crawl on our bellies to every fat old cat."

Tonner's "Don't Look Back" is a great model to wear the Franklin Mint ensemble corresponding to what Vivien Leigh wore for this scene.

In this shot, Scarlett looks as if she's putting her troubles off until tomorrow.

Note: Peachtree is an actual street in Atlanta, and also happens to be the street author Margaret Mitchell lived on when she wrote, "Gone With The Wind." Sadly, it was also the street she was killed on when hit by a speeding car in 1949.

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1 comment:

  1. I am hoping that Tonner will soon make its version of this. Hoping that the jewelry will be at par with Franklin Mint. This is one of the few times where Scarlett wears pink, and it does complement her complexion. The doll looks nice in it as well.