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Scarlett's stand-in, Mozelle Miller. Her duties for Vivien Leigh during the two years of filming were to provide someone the same size and skin color so that cameramen and lighting crews could gauge exposure and adjust lighting without tiring the star. One scene she appears in is where Scarlett walks among the hundreds of wounded and dying Confederate soldiers. Another scene that features her is the when  Scarlett is forced to hide from Yankee soldiers by taking cover underneath a bridge.

Gone With the Wind Costumes- examples of the fashion during the Crinoline Period: full skirts, close fitting bodice and waistline, high necklines

The world’s most famous dresses

The world’s most famous dresses

Oscar-winning screen legend Olivia de Havilland, in her role as Melanie Hamilton in “Gone With the Wind,” showed that antebellum style was one of the factors that made the movie one of the most beloved of all time.

Vivian Leigh at 4 AM being made up on Gone With the Wind  Flowers were from a film crew member

Photograph featuring an exhausted, tired, and muddy Vivien Leigh holding a small bouquet of flowers that had just been given to her by Arthur Arling, the Camera Operator for Gone With The Wind.

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind

Top Ten Best Costume of Scarlett O'Hara

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara in Gone with the Wind Shanty Town costume.

Scarlett's wedding dress designed by Walter Plunkett

Scarlett O'Hara silk satin wedding dress designed by Walter Plunkett for the movie "Gone With the Wind." Plunkett created more than separate items of clothing for more than fifty major characters for GWTW.

The beautiful Vivien Leigh showing off her Oscar in 1940 for her performance in Gone With The Wind.

1940 - Vivien Leigh shows her Oscar for Best Actress in Gone with the Wind. The Academy Awards was held on February 1940 at The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. Gone with the Wind received the most nominations with thirteen, winning ten of them.

Scarlett O'Hara & Rhett Butler

"No, I don't think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly. That's what's wrong with you. You should be kissed and often, and by someone who knows how. Rhett Butler in Gone With The Wind

Walter Plunkett  Lo que el viento se llevo

Ah, India Wilkes, she of pale lashless eyes and vengeful heart. Well, it turns out that even a GWTW villain gets a historically inspired c.