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...as more than a house.

302
It's a whole world that wants only
to be graceful and beautiful.

303
It's so unaware that it may not last...

304
...forever.

305
You're afraid of what may happen
if the war comes, aren't you?

306
But we don't have to be afraid for us.

307
No war can come into our world, Ashley.

308
Whatever comes...

309
...l'll love you, just as I do now...

310
...until I die.

311
Isn't this better than sitting at a table?

312
A girl hasn't got but two sides to her
at a table.

313
I'll go get her dessert.

314
- Here, she said me.
- Allow me, Miss O'Hara.

315
I think...

316
I think Charles Hamilton may get it.

317
Oh, thank you, Miss O'Hara!

318
Thank you.

319
Go get it.

320
Isn't he the luckiest...?

321
Miss O'Hara...

322
...I love you.

323
I don't guess I'm as hungry as I thought.

324
Why do I have to take a nap? I'm not tired.

325
Well-brought-up young ladies
take naps at parties.

326
And it's high time you started behaving and
acting like you was Miss Ellen's daughter.

327
When we were at Saratoga I didn't notice
any Yankee girls taking naps.

328
No, and you ain't gonna see
no Yankee girls at the ball tonight neither.

329
How was Ashley today, Scarlett?

330
He didn't seem to be paying
much attention to you.

331
You mind your own business!

332
You'll be lucky not to lose
ol' whisker-face Kennedy.

333
You've liked Ashley for months!

334
His engagement's gonna be announced
tonight. Pa said so this morning.

335
That's all you know.

336
Miss Scarlett! Miss Suellen!
You all behave yourselves.

337
Acting like poor, white-trash children!

338
If you's old enough to go to parties,
you's old enough to act like ladies.

339
Who cares!

340
We've borne enough insults
from the meddling Yankees.

341
It's time we made them understand
we'll keep our slaves...

342
... with or without their approval.

343
'Twas the sovereign right of the
state of Georgia to secede from the Union!

344
That's right!

345
The South must assert herself
by force of arms.

346
After we've fired on the Yankee rascals
at Fort Sumter, we've got to fight!

347
- There's no other way!
- Fight! That's right. Fight!

348
Let the Yankees ask for peace!

349
The situation is very simple.
The Yankees can't fight and we can.

350
There won't even be a battle.

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351
They'll just turn and run every time.

352
One Southerner can lick 20 Yankees.

353
We'll finish them in one battle.

354
Gentlemen can always fight better
than rabble.

355
Yes, gentlemen always can fight better
than rabble.

356
What does the captain of our troop say?

357
Well, gentlemen, if Georgia fights
I go with her.

358
But, like my father, I hope that the Yankees
will let us leave the Union in peace.

359
- But, Ashley...
- But, Ashley, they've insulted us!

360
You can't mean you don't want war!

361
Most of the miseries of the world
were caused by wars.

362
And when the wars were over
no one ever knew what they were about.

363
If it wasn't that I knew you...

364
Now, gentlemen, Mr. Butler's been
up North, I hear.

365
Don't you agree with us, Mr. Butler?

366
I think it's hard winning a war with words,
gentlemen.

367
What do you mean, sir?

368
There's not a cannon factory
in the whole South.

369
What difference does that make
to a gentleman?

370
Lt'll make a great deal of difference
to a great many gentlemen, sir.

371
Are you hinting, Mr. Butler,
that the Yankees can lick us?

372
No, I'm not hinting.

373
I'm saying very plainly that the Yankees
are better equipped than we.

374
They've got factories, shipyards,
coal mines...

375
...and a fleet to bottle up our harbors
and starve us to death.

376
All we've got is cotton and slaves
and arrogance.

377
- That's Yankee treachery!
- Sir, I refuse to listen to any renegade talk!

378
I'm sorry if the truth offends you.

379
Apologies aren't enough, sir!

380
I hear you were turned out of West Point,
Mr. Rhett Butler...

381
...and you aren't received by any decent
family in Charleston, not even your own!

382
I apologize again for all my shortcomings.

383
Perhaps you won't mind if I walk about
and look over your place.

384
I seem to be spoiling everybody's brandy
and cigars and...

385
...dreams of victory.

386
That's just about what you could expect
from somebody like Rhett Butler.

387
You did everything but call him out.

388
He refused to fight.

389
Not quite that, Charles.
He refused to take advantage of you.

390
Take advantage of me?

391
He's one of the best shots in the country...

392
...as he's proved a number of times...

393
...against steadier hands and cooler heads
than yours.

394
- I'll show him!
- Now, please.

395
Don't go tweaking his nose anymore.

396
You may be needed
for more important fighting, Charles.

397
Now, if you'll excuse me,
Mr. Butler is our guest.

398
I think I'll just show him around.

399
Ashley!

400
Ashley!


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Scarlett.

402
Who're you hiding from in here?

403
What are you up to?

404
Well, why aren't you upstairs resting
with the other girls?

405
What is this, Scarlett? A secret?

406
Oh, Ashley, Ashley...

407
...I love you.

408
Scarlett!

409
I love you, I do!

410
Well, isn't it enough that you've gathered
every other man's heart today?

411
You've always had mine.
You cut your teeth on it.

412
Oh, don't tease me now.

413
Have I your heart, my darling?
I love you, I love you.

414
You mustn't say such things.
You'll hate me for hearing them.

415
Oh, I could never hate you,
and I know you must care about me.

416
Oh, you do care, don't you?

417
Yes...

418
...I care.

419
Oh, can't we go away and forget
we ever said these things?

420
But how can we do that?

421
Don't you want to marry me?

422
I'm going to marry Melanie.

423
But you can't. Not if you care for me.

424
Oh, my dear, why must you make me
say things that will hurt you?

425
How can I make you understand?

426
You're so young and unthinking.

427
You don't know what marriage means.

428
I know I love you,
and I want to be your wife.

429
You don't love Melanie.

430
She's like me, Scarlett.

431
She's part of my blood
and we understand each other.

432
But you love me.

433
How could I help loving you?

434
You have all the passion for life that I lack.

435
That kind of love isn't enough
for a successful marriage...

436
...for two people as different as we are.

437
Well, why don't you say it, you coward?
You're afraid to marry me.

438
You'd rather live with that fool
who can't speak except...

439
...to say "yes" and "no" and raise a passel
of mealy-mouthed brats just like her.

440
You mustn't say such things
about Melanie.

441
Who are you to tell me I mustn't?

442
You led me on, you made me believe
you wanted to marry me.

443
Now, Scarlett, be fair.
I never, at any time...

444
You did, it's true you did!
I'll hate you till I die!

445
I can't think of anything bad enough
to call you.

446
?

447
Has the war started?

448
Sir, you should have made
your presence known.

449
In the middle of that beautiful love scene?

450
That wouldn't have been very tactful,
would it?

451
But don't worry,
your secret is safe with me.

452
Sir, you are no gentleman!

453
And you, Miss, are no lady.

454
Don't think I hold that against you.

455
Ladies have never held any charm for me.

456
First you take a low, common advantage
of me, then you insult me.

457
I meant it as a compliment
and I hope to see more of you...

458
...when you're free of the spell
of the elegant Mr. Wilkes.

459
He doesn't strike me as half good enough
for a girl of your, what was it?

460
Your "passion for living."

461
How dare you!
You aren't fit to wipe his boots.

462
And you were going to hate him
for the rest of your life.

463
She certainly made a fool of herself
running after all the men at the barbecue.

464
That's not fair, India.

465
She's so attractive,
the men just naturally flock to her.

466
Oh, Melanie, you're just too good
to be true.

467
Didn't you see her going after
your brother, Charles?

468
Yes, and she knows Charles belongs to me.

469
Oh, you're wrong, India.

470
Scarlett's just high-spirited and vivacious.

471
Men may flirt with girls like that
but they don't marry them.

472
I think you're being very mean to her.

473
War! War's declared! War!

474
Miss O'Hara!

475
Miss O'Hara!

476
Mr. Lincoln has called for soldiers,
volunteers to fight against us.

477
Don't you men ever think
of anything important?

478
But it's war and everybody's going off
to enlist.

479
They're going right away. I'm going too.

480
Everybody?

481
Oh, Miss O'Hara, will you be sorry?

482
To see us go, I mean.

483
I'll cry into my pillow every night.

484
Miss O'Hara, I told you I loved you.

485
You're the most beautiful girl in the world,
and the sweetest and the dearest.

486
I know I couldn't hope
that you could love me.

487
I'm so clumsy and stupid
and not nearly good enough for you.

488
But if you could think of marrying me
I'd do anything in the world for you.

489
Just anything. I promise.

490
What did you say?

491
Miss O'Hara, I said, would you marry me?

492
Yes, Mr. Hamilton, I will.

493
You will? You'll marry me.
You'll wait for me?

494
I don't think I'd want to wait.

495
You mean you'll marry me before I go?

496
Oh, Miss O'Hara.

497
Scarlett...

498
When may I speak to your father?

499
The sooner the better.

500
I'll go now. I can't wait.


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501
Will you excuse me, dear?

502
Mr. O'Hara, Mr. O'Hara.

503
It'll be a week at least
before they call on me.

504
Only a week, and then they'll take you
away from me.

505
Scarlett, I thought of you
at our wedding yesterday...

506
...and I hoped that yours would be
as beautiful, and it was.

507
Was it?

508
Now we're really and truly sisters.

509
- Charles.
- Melanie.

510
Don't cry, darling,
the war will be over in a few weeks...

511
...and I'll be coming back to you.

512
Miss Scarlett!

513
Well, I don't care.
I'm too young to be a widow.

514
Miss Scarlett!

515
Why, I just go around scaring people
in that thing.

516
You ain't supposed to be around people.
You's in mourning.

517
For what? I don't feel anything.

518
Why should I have to pretend
and pretend...

519
What is it?

520
Oh, baby...

521
What is it?

522
My life is over.

523
Nothing will ever happen to me anymore.

524
Oh, Mother.

525
I know you'll think I'm horrible,
but I just can't bear going around in black.

526
It's bad enough not being able
to go to any parties...

527
...but looking this way too.

528
I don't think you're at all horrible.

529
It's only natural to want to look young
and be young when you are young.

530
Oh, baby...

531
How would you like
to go visiting somewhere?

532
Savannah perhaps?

533
What would I do in Savannah?

534
Well, Atlanta then.

535
There's lots going on there.

536
And you could stay
with Melanie and her Aunt Pittypat.

537
Melanie.

538
Yes.

539
Yes, I could, couldn't I?

540
Oh, Mother, you're sweet to me,
sweeter than anybody in the world.

541
You'd like it, really?

542
All right then.
Now stop your crying and smile.

543
You can take Prissy with you.

544
Start packing Miss Scarlett's things,
Mammy.

545
I'll go write the necessary letters.

546
Atlanta!

547
Savannah would be better for you.
You'd just get in trouble in Atlanta.

548
What trouble are you talking about?

549
You know what trouble I's talking about.
I's talking about Mist' Ashley Wilkes.

550
He'll be coming to Atlanta
when he gets his leave...

551
...and you're sitting there waiting
for him just like a spider!

552
- He belongs to Miss Melanie...
- You go pack my things like Mother said.

553
They're all whispering,
and I just know it's about her.

554
What's it matter what they say,
Aunt Pittypat?

555
But Scarlett is living under my roof
so they all think I'm responsible for her...

556
...and for a widow to appear in public
at a social gathering!

557
Every time I think of it I feel faint!

558
Aunt Pitty, you know Scarlett came here
only to help raise money for the cause.

559
It was splendid of her
to make the sacrifice.

560
Anyone would think, to hear you talk...

561
...that she came here to dance
instead of to sell things.

562
Ladies and gentlemen!

563
I have important news! Glorious news!

564
Another triumph
for our magnificent men in arms.

565
General Lee has completely
whipped the enemy.

566
And swept the Yankee Army
northward from Virginia.

567
And now, a happy surprise for all of us.

568
We have with us tonight that most daring
of all blockade-runners...

569
...whose fleet schooners,
slipping past the Yankee guns...

570
...have brought us here the very woolens
and laces we wear tonight.

571
I refer, ladies and gentlemen, to that
will-o'-the-wisp of the bounding main.

572
None other than our friend
from Charleston...

573
...Captain Rhett Butler!

574
Permit me.

575
Captain Butler, it's such a pleasure
to see you again.

576
I met you last at my husband's home.

577
That's kind of you to remember,
Mrs. Wilkes.

578
Did you meet Captain Butler
at Twelve Oaks, Scarlett?

579
Yes. I, I think so.

580
Only for a moment, Mrs. Hamilton.
It was in the library.

581
You had broken something.

582
Yes, Captain Butler, I remember you.

583
Ladies, the Confederacy asks for
your jewelry on behalf of our noble cause.

584
We aren't wearing any. We're in mourning.

585
Wait.

586
On behalf of Mrs. Wilkes
and Mrs. Hamilton.

587
Thank you, Captain Butler.

588
Just a moment, please.

589
But it's your wedding ring, ma'am.

590
It may help my husband more,
off my finger.

591
Thank you.

592
That's a very beautiful thing to do,
Mrs. Wilkes.

593
Here.

594
You can have mine, too, for the cause.

595
And you, Mrs. Hamilton.
I know just how much that means to you.

596
- Melanie!
- Yes, Dr. Meade.

597
I need your approval,
as a member of the Committee...

598
...for something we want to do
that's rather shocking.

599
Will you excuse us, please?

600
I'll say one thing, the war makes
the most peculiar widows.


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501
Will you excuse me, dear?

502
Mr. O'Hara, Mr. O'Hara.

503
It'll be a week at least
before they call on me.

504
Only a week, and then they'll take you
away from me.

505
Scarlett, I thought of you
at our wedding yesterday...

506
...and I hoped that yours would be
as beautiful, and it was.

507
Was it?

508
Now we're really and truly sisters.

509
- Charles.
- Melanie.

510
Don't cry, darling,
the war will be over in a few weeks...

511
...and I'll be coming back to you.

512
Miss Scarlett!

513
Well, I don't care.
I'm too young to be a widow.

514
Miss Scarlett!

515
Why, I just go around scaring people
in that thing.

516
You ain't supposed to be around people.
You's in mourning.

517
For what? I don't feel anything.

518
Why should I have to pretend
and pretend...

519
What is it?

520
Oh, baby...

521
What is it?

522
My life is over.

523
Nothing will ever happen to me anymore.

524
Oh, Mother.

525
I know you'll think I'm horrible,
but I just can't bear going around in black.

526
It's bad enough not being able
to go to any parties...

527
...but looking this way too.

528
I don't think you're at all horrible.

529
It's only natural to want to look young
and be young when you are young.

530
Oh, baby...

531
How would you like
to go visiting somewhere?

532
Savannah perhaps?

533
What would I do in Savannah?

534
Well, Atlanta then.

535
There's lots going on there.

536
And you could stay
with Melanie and her Aunt Pittypat.

537
Melanie.

538
Yes.

539
Yes, I could, couldn't I?

540
Oh, Mother, you're sweet to me,
sweeter than anybody in the world.

541
You'd like it, really?

542
All right then.
Now stop your crying and smile.

543
You can take Prissy with you.

544
Start packing Miss Scarlett's things,
Mammy.

545
I'll go write the necessary letters.

546
Atlanta!

547
Savannah would be better for you.
You'd just get in trouble in Atlanta.

548
What trouble are you talking about?

549
You know what trouble I's talking about.
I's talking about Mist' Ashley Wilkes.

550
He'll be coming to Atlanta
when he gets his leave...

551
...and you're sitting there waiting
for him just like a spider!

552
- He belongs to Miss Melanie...
- You go pack my things like Mother said.

553
They're all whispering,
and I just know it's about her.

554
What's it matter what they say,
Aunt Pittypat?

555
But Scarlett is living under my roof
so they all think I'm responsible for her...

556
...and for a widow to appear in public
at a social gathering!

557
Every time I think of it I feel faint!

558
Aunt Pitty, you know Scarlett came here
only to help raise money for the cause.

559
It was splendid of her
to make the sacrifice.

560
Anyone would think, to hear you talk...

561
...that she came here to dance
instead of to sell things.

562
Ladies and gentlemen!

563
I have important news! Glorious news!

564
Another triumph
for our magnificent men in arms.

565
General Lee has completely
whipped the enemy.

566
And swept the Yankee Army
northward from Virginia.

567
And now, a happy surprise for all of us.

568
We have with us tonight that most daring
of all blockade-runners...

569
...whose fleet schooners,
slipping past the Yankee guns...

570
...have brought us here the very woolens
and laces we wear tonight.

571
I refer, ladies and gentlemen, to that
will-o'-the-wisp of the bounding main.

572
None other than our friend
from Charleston...

573
...Captain Rhett Butler!

574
Permit me.

575
Captain Butler, it's such a pleasure
to see you again.

576
I met you last at my husband's home.

577
That's kind of you to remember,
Mrs. Wilkes.

578
Did you meet Captain Butler
at Twelve Oaks, Scarlett?

579
Yes. I, I think so.

580
Only for a moment, Mrs. Hamilton.
It was in the library.

581
You had broken something.

582
Yes, Captain Butler, I remember you.

583
Ladies, the Confederacy asks for
your jewelry on behalf of our noble cause.

584
We aren't wearing any. We're in mourning.

585
Wait.

586
On behalf of Mrs. Wilkes
and Mrs. Hamilton.

587
Thank you, Captain Butler.

588
Just a moment, please.

589
But it's your wedding ring, ma'am.

590
It may help my husband more,
off my finger.

591
Thank you.

592
That's a very beautiful thing to do,
Mrs. Wilkes.

593
Here.

594
You can have mine, too, for the cause.

595
And you, Mrs. Hamilton.
I know just how much that means to you.

596
- Melanie!
- Yes, Dr. Meade.

597
I need your approval,
as a member of the Committee...

598
...for something we want to do
that's rather shocking.

599
Will you excuse us, please?

600
I'll say one thing, the war makes
the most peculiar widows.



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601
I wish you'd go away.

602
If you had any raising you'd know
I never want to see you again.

603
Now, why be silly?

604
You've no reason for hating me.
I'll carry your guilty secret to my grave.

605
I guess I'd be very unpatriotic
to hate one of the great heroes of the war.

606
I do declare I was surprised to see
you turn out to be such a noble character.

607
I can't bear to take advantage
of your little girl ideas, Miss O'Hara.

608
I'm neither noble nor heroic.

609
But you are a blockade-runner.

610
For profit, and profit only.

611
Are you telling me
you don't believe in the cause?

612
I believe in Rhett Butler.
He's the only cause I know.

613
The rest doesn't mean much to me.

614
And now, ladies and gentlemen...

615
...I have a startling surprise
for the benefit of the hospital.

616
Gentlemen, if you wish to lead the opening
reel with the lady of your choice...

617
...you must bid for her.

618
Caroline Meade, how can you permit
your husband to conduct this...

619
...this slave auction?

620
Dolly Merriwether,
how dare you criticize me!

621
Melanie Wilkes told the doctor...

622
...that if it's for the benefit of the cause,
it's quite all right.

623
She did!

624
Oh dear, oh dear.
Where are my smelling salts?

625
I think I shall faint.

626
Don't you dare faint, Pittypat Hamilton.

627
If Melanie says it's all right, it is all right.

628
Come, gentlemen, do I hear your bids?
Make your offers.

629
Don't be bashful, gentlemen.

630
Twenty dollars,
$20 for Miss Maybelle Merriwether.

631
Twenty-five dollars for Miss Fanny Elsing.

632
Only $25 to give your...

633
One hundred and fifty dollars in gold.

634
For what lady, sir?

635
For Mrs. Charles Hamilton.

636
For whom, sir?

637
Mrs. Charles Hamilton.

638
Mrs. Hamilton is in mourning,
Captain Butler...

639
...but I'm sure any of our Atlanta belles
would be proud to...

640
Dr. Meade, I said Mrs. Charles Hamilton.

641
She will not consider it, sir.

642
Oh yes, I will.

643
Choose your partners for the Virginia reel.

644
We've sort of shocked the Confederacy.

645
It's a bit like blockade-running, isn't it?

646
It's worse.

647
But I expect a very fancy profit out of it.

648
I don't care what you expect
or what they think.

649
I'm going to dance and dance.

650
Tonight I wouldn't mind dancing
with Abe Lincoln himself.

651
Another dance and my reputation
will be lost forever.

652
With enough courage,
you can do without a reputation.

653
Oh, you do talk scandalous.

654
You do waltz divinely, Captain Butler.

655
Don't start flirting with me.
I'm not one of your plantation beaux.

656
I want more than flirting from you.

657
What do you want?

658
I'll tell you, Scarlett O'Hara, if you'll take
that Southern belle simper off your face.

659
Some day I want you to say to me...

660
...the words I heard you say
to Ashley Wilkes:

661
"I love you."

662
That's something you'll never hear from
me, Captain Butler, as long as you live.

663
?

664
How sweet, how kind.

665
He is a thoughtful gentleman.

666
Fiddle-dee-dee, why doesn't he say
something about my sacrifice?

667
Oh, the darling thing.

668
Oh, Rhett, it's lovely, lovely.

669
You didn't really bring it all the way
from Paris just for me.

670
Yes, I thought it was about time
I got you out of that fake mourning.

671
Next trip I'll bring you some green silk
for a frock to match it.

672
Oh, Rhett.

673
It's my duty to our brave boys at the front
to keep our girls at home looking pretty.

674
Oh, it's so long
since I've had anything new.

675
How do I look?

676
Awful! Just awful.

677
Why, what's the matter?

678
This war has stopped being a joke...

679
...when a girl like you doesn't know how
to wear the latest fashion.

680
Oh, Rhett, let me do it.

681
But, Rhett, I don't know how I dare wear it.

682
You will though.

683
And another thing, those pantalettes.

684
I don't know a woman in Paris
that wears pantalettes anymore.

685
Oh, what do they...?

686
You shouldn't talk about such things.

687
You little hypocrite.

688
You don't mind my knowing about them,
just my talking.

689
But, I really can't go on accepting gifts
from you, though you are awfully kind.

690
I'm not kind. I'm just tempting you.

691
I never give anything without expecting
something in return. I always get paid.

692
If you think I'll marry you to pay
for the bonnet, I won't.

693
Don't flatter yourself.
I'm not a marrying man.

694
Well, I won't kiss you for it either.

695
Open your eyes and look at me.

696
No, I don't think I will kiss you...

697
...although you need kissing badly.

698
That's what's wrong with you.

699
You should be kissed and often.
And by someone who knows how.

700
Oh, and I suppose you think
you're the proper person.



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701
I might be, if the right moment ever came.

702
You're a conceited, black-hearted varmint,
Rhett Butler.

703
And I don't know why
I let you come and see me.

704
I'll tell you why, Scarlett.

705
Because I'm the only man over 16
and under 60...

706
...who's around to show you a good time.

707
But cheer up,
the war can't last much longer.

708
Oh really, Rhett? Why?

709
There's a battle going on right now
that ought to pretty well fix things...

710
...one way or the other.

711
Oh, Rhett. Is Ashley in it?

712
You still haven't gotten the wooden-headed
Mr. Wilkes out of your mind.

713
Yes, I suppose he's in it.

714
Oh, but tell me, Rhett, where is it?

715
Some little town in Pennsylvania
called Gettysburg.

716
Here you is, Miss Melanie.

717
They was fighting for them
so it just got tore in half.

718
Scarlett, you look. The W's at the end.

719
Wellman, Wendell, White,
Whitner, Wilkins...

720
...Williams, Woolsey, Workman.

721
Scarlett, you've passed him.

722
Oh, he isn't there!

723
He isn't there!

724
Ashley's safe. He isn't listed.

725
Oh, he's safe, he's safe.

726
Oh, Scarlett, you're so sweet
to worry about Ashley like this for me.

727
I must go to her.

728
Don't, my dear, not here.

729
Let's go home.

730
Dr. Meade, not...

731
Yes, our boy, Darcy.

732
I was making these mittens for him.

733
He won't need them now.

734
Mother, I'm going to enlist! I'll show 'em.
I'll kill all those Yankees.

735
Phil Meade, you hush your mouth.

736
Do you think it will help your mother
to have you off getting shot too?

737
I never heard of anything so silly.

738
It's a black day, Scarlett.
You haven't had bad news, have you?

739
Ashley's safe.

740
I'm glad, for Mrs. Wilkes' sake.

741
But, Rhett, there are so many others.

742
Many of your friends?

743
Just about every family in the county.
The Tarleton boys, Rhett, both of them.

744
Yes, look at them.
All these poor tragic people.

745
The South's sinking to its knees.
It'll never rise again.

746
The cause...

747
The cause of living in the past is dying
right in front of us.

748
I never heard you talk like that before.

749
I'm angry. Waste always makes me angry.
And that's what all this is, sheer waste.

750
But don't you be downcast.

751
Ashley Wilkes is still alive to come home
to the women who love him...

752
...both of them.

753
Oh, you're here.

754
Oh, you're here. You're really here at last.

755
Oh, my dear, I've waited so long.

756
Melanie, my dear, my darling wife.

757
Oh, but we're forgetting Scarlett.

758
Scarlett, dear.

759
Well, is this any way to greet
a returning warrior?

760
Ashley, I...

761
Merry Christmas, Ashley.

762
Come on, old gentleman, come on.
We've got all your wives.

763
We've got all your little chicks.

764
You got nobody to worry your head
about leaving.

765
Come on.

766
Now you just stand still so you can be
a Christmas gift for the white folks.

767
Now hold on.

768
Hold on!

769
Don't go getting so uppity...

770
...even if you is the last chicken in Atlanta.

771
Let's not talk about the war.
It's Christmas.

772
Let's talk about Twelve Oaks, and Tara
and all the times before the war.

773
Can we have the wine, Aunt Pittypat?

774
Why did you say there wasn't enough,
Uncle Peter?

775
There's plenty. It's the very last
of my father's fine Madeira.

776
He got it from his uncle,
Admiral Will Hamilton of Savannah...

777
...who married his cousin,
Jessica Carroll of Carrollton...

778
...who was his second cousin once removed
and a kin to the Wilkeses too.

779
I saved it to wish Ashley
a Merry Christmas.

780
But you mustn't drink it all at once
because it is the last.

781
I meant it, my dear.
It was a lovely Christmas gift.

782
Only generals have tunics like this,
nowadays.

783
I'm so happy you like it, dear.

784
Where did you get the cloth?

785
It was sent to me by a Charleston lady.

786
I nursed her son while he was in
the hospital, Ashley, before he died and...

787
Oh, you will take good care of it,
won't you?

788
You won't let it get torn.

789
Promise me.

790
You mustn't worry.

791
I'll bring it back to you
without any holes in it, I promise.

792
Good night, my dear.

793
Good night, Scarlett, darling.

794
Is it time yet, Uncle Peter,
for Mr. Ashley to leave?

795
Pretty quick now, Miss Scarlett.

796
She isn't going to the depot with him?
She hasn't changed her mind?

797
No, ma'am. She's laying down.

798
She's so upset Mist' Wilkes told her
she can't even come downstairs.

799
Ashley!

800
Ashley, let me go to the depot with you.


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