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Gone With The Wind 16 Bonnie online
with movie related dialogues; watch the film part 16, read or download pictures and quotes with snapshot frame from this great passion of all time, a symbol of the golden age of Hollywood; Gone With The Wind 16 dialogues: What a lovely dress, Scarlett, darling. India wasn't able to come tonight. Will you be an angel?
I do need you to help me receive my guests. Mrs. Meade here's our darling Scarlett. Good evening. Good evening. Why, Scarlett! Good evening, Miss Scarlett. Good evening, Mrs. Butler. Ashley, aren't you going to get
our Scarlett a glass of punch? Did you have a good time tonight at Miss Melly's party, child? Yes, yes. Now, Mammy, be sure and leave word. If Capt. Butler asks for me when he comes back, I'm asleep. Yes, ma'am. Come in, Mrs. Butler. Come here. Sit down! There's no reason why you shouldn't have your nightcap even if I am here. I didn't want a drink. I heard a noise and You heard nothing of the kind. You wouldn't have come down if you'd thought I was here. You must need a drink badly. I do not! Take it. Don't give yourself airs.
I know you drink on the quiet, and I know how much you drink. Do you think I care if you like your brandy? You're drunk, and I'm going to bed! I'm very drunk and I intend getting still drunker before the evening's over but you're not going to bed, not yet. Sit down. So she stood by you, did she?
How does it feel to have the woman you've wronged cloak your sins for you? You're wondering if she knows all about you and Ashley. You're wondering if she did it just to save her face. You're thinking that she's a fool for doing it even if it did save your hide. I will not listen. Yes, you'll listen!
Miss Melly's a fool, but not the kind you think. It's just that there's too much honor in her to ever conceive of dishonor in anyone she loves. And she loves you. Though just why she does, I'm sure I don't know! If you weren't so drunk and insulting, I could explain everything.
As it is, though If you get out of that chair once more Of course, the comic figure in all this is the long-suffering Mr. Wilkes. Mr. Wilkes, who can't be mentally faithful to his wife and won't be unfaithful to her technically. Why doesn't he make up his mind? Rhett, you Observe my hands, my dear.
I could tear you to pieces with them. And I'd do it, if it'd take Ashley out of your mind forever. But it wouldn't. So I'll remove him from your mind forever this way. I'll put my hands so one on each side of your head and I'll smash your skull between them like a walnut.
That'll block him out. Take your hands off me, you drunken fool. You know I've always admired your spirit, my dear. Never more than now, when you're cornered. I'm not cornered. You'll never corner me, Rhett Butler, or frighten me! You've lived in dirt so long,
you can't understand anything else. And you're jealous of something you can't understand. Good night! Jealous, am I? Yes, I suppose I am. Even though I know you've been faithful to me all along. How do I know? Because I know Ashley Wilkes and his honorable breed.
They're gentlemen. And that's more than I can say for you or for me. We're not gentlemen, and we have no honor, have we? It's not that easy, Scarlett. You turned me out while you chased Ashley Wilkes while you dreamed of Ashley Wilkes. This is one night
you're not turning me out. How are you feeling this morning, Mammy? Well, this misery in my back ain't so good. You acting mighty happy this morning, Miss Scarlett. I am, Mammy. I am. Oh, she wept with delight when he gave her a smile And trembled with fear at his frown
Hello. I'd like to extend my apology for my conduct of last night. Oh, but Rhett I was very drunk and quite swept off my feet by your charms. Well, you needn't bother to apologize. Nothing you ever do surprises me! I've been thinking things over,
and I really believe that it would be better for both of us if we admitted we'd made a mistake and got a divorce. A divorce? Yes. There's no point in our holding on to each other, is there? I'll provide for you amply. You've plenty of grounds.
Just give me Bonnie. Say what you please. I won't contest. Thank you very much. But I wouldn't dream of disgracing my family with a divorce. You'd disgrace it quick enough if Ashley were free. It makes my head spin to think how quickly you'd divorce me. Wouldn't you, Scarlett?
Well, answer me. Wouldn't you? Will you please go now and leave me alone? Yes, I'm going. That's what I came to tell you. I'm going on a very extended trip to London, and I'm leaving today. And I'm taking Bonnie with me. So you'll please
get her little duds packed right away. You'll never take my child out of this house. She's my child, too, Scarlett. I wouldn't leave her here with a mother who hasn't the decency to consider her own reputation. You're a fine one to talk. You think I'll let her out of this house when you'll probably have her around
with people like that Belle? If you were a man I'd break your neck for that. As it is, I'll thank you to shut your stupid mouth. As for you, giving yourself pious airs about your motherhood Why, a cat's a better mother than you are. Have her things packed and ready for me in an hour, or I warn you
I've always thought a good lashing with a buggy whip would benefit you immensely. Excuse me, Mr. Rhett. Hello, Uncle Rhett. Hello, hello, Beau. Daddy, Daddy. Where have you been? I've been waiting for you all morning. Well, I've been hunting for a rabbit skin to wrap my little Bonnie in.
Give your best sweetheart a kiss. I'm going to take you on a long trip to fairyland. Where? Where? I'm going to show you the Tower of London, where the little princes were and London Bridge. London Bridge! Will it be falling down? Well, it will if you want it to, darling.
Daddy, dark! Dark! Daddy! Dark! It's all right. Who put out that light? Nurse! Daddy, dark! Daddy, dark! There. Yes, yes. What's the matter with my Bonnie? A bear.
Oh, a bear? A big bear? Dreadful big. And he sat on my chest. Well, I'll stay here and shoot him if he comes back. Good evening, Mr. Butler. Haven't I told you never to leave her alone in the dark? If you'll pardon me, sir, children are often afraid of the dark, but they get over it. Just let her scream for a night or two.
Let her scream! Either you're a fool or the most inhuman woman I've ever seen! Of course, if you want her to grow up nervous and cowardly. Cowardly! There isn't a cowardly bone in her body. You're discharged! As you say, sir. Where is Mother? Aren't you happy here in London with me?
I want to go home. Miss Bonnie. And Capt. Butler. Miss Scarlett. Hello, Mammy. Honey child. Miss Scarlett! They's back. They's back, Miss Scarlett. Bonnie. Bonnie. Bonnie, baby.
Darling baby. Are you glad to be home? Daddy gave me a kitten. What a lovely kitten. London's a horrid place. Oh, my darling. Where's my pony? I want to go out and see my pony. You go out and see your pony. Where's my pony?
I wanna go out and see my pony. You run along with Mammy. Come on, honey child. Go with Mammy. Mammy sure has missed you, honey. Mrs. Butler, I believe. Mammy said you'd come back. But only to bring Bonnie. Apparently any mother, even a bad one, is better for a child than none.
You mean you're going away again? What perception, Mrs. Butler. Right away. In fact, I left my bags at the station. You're looking pale. Is there a shortage of rouge? Or can this wanness mean you've been missing me? If I'm pale, it's your fault. Not because I've been missing you,
but because Pray continue, Mrs. Butler. It's because I'm going to have a baby. Indeed? And who's the happy father? You know it's yours. I don't want it any more than you do. No woman would want the child of a cad like you. I wish it were anybody's child but yours.
Well, cheer up. Maybe you'll have an accident.