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with movie related dialogues; watch the film part 9, 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 9 dialogues: And the wind swept through Georgia... My back's near broken. Look at my hands. Mother said you could always tell a lady by her hands. I guess things like hands and ladies don't matter so much anymore. You rest, Sue. You're not well yet, and I can pick cotton for both of us. Scarlett's hateful, making us work in the fields like Too bad about that. Now get back to work. I can't do everything at Tara all by myself. What do I care about Tara? I hate Tara! Don't you ever dare say you hate Tara again! It's the same as hating Pa and Ma. Katie Scarlett, there's something I must speak to you about. Yes, Pa, what is it? I've been talking to Prissy and Mammy. I don't like the way you're treating them. You must be firm with inferiors, but you must be gentle with them especially darkies. Yes, Pa, I know. But I'm not asking them to do anything I'm not doing myself. Nevertheless, Katie Scarlett, I don't like it. I shall speak to Mrs. O'Hara about it. What are you doing out of bed, Melly? Scarlett, darling, I must talk to you. You are all working so hard. I can't lie in bed doing nothing. Go on back upstairs. You're as weak as a newborn colt. Please, Scarlett, let me. Stop being noble. I've got enough on my hands without you making yourself sick so you'll never be any use. Oh, I didn't think of it that way. Who's there? Halt or I'll shoot. You're alone, little lady? You ain't very friendly, are you? You got anything else besides these earbobs? You Yankees have been here before. Regular little spitfire, ain't you? What have you got hidden in your hand? Scarlett, you... Scarlett, what happened? What is it, Scarlett? What is it? Don't be scared, chickens. Your big sister was cleaning a revolver and it went off and nearly scared her to death. Oh, thank goodness. Haven't we got enough to frighten us? Tell Katie Scarlett she must be more careful. What a cool liar you are, Melly. We've got to get him out of here and bury him. If the Yankees find him here, they'll I didn't see anyone else. I think he must be a deserter. But even so, we've got to hide him. They might hear about it, and then they'd come and get you. I could bury him in the arbor where the ground is soft but how will I get him out of here? We'll both take a leg and drag him. You couldn't drag a cat. Do you think it would be dishonest if we went through his haversack? I'm ashamed I didn't think of that myself. You take the haversack, I'll search his pockets. You look. I'm feeling a little weak. Melly, I think it's full of money! Oh, Melly, look! Look! $10, $20, $30, $40 Don't stop to count it now. We haven't got time. Do you realize this means we'll have something to eat? Look in his other pockets. Hurry, hurry! We've got to get him out of here. Here. If he bleeds across the yard, we can't hide it. Give me your nightgown, Melly. I'll wad it around his head. Don't be silly. I won't look at you. If I had my petticoat or pantalets, I'd use them. Thank heavens I'm not that modest. Now go back to bed. You'll be dead if you don't. I'll clean up the mess when I've buried him. No, I'll clean it up. Well, I guess I've done murder. I won't think about that now. I'll think about that tomorrow. Katie Scarlett! Katie Scarlett! It's over! It's over! It's all over! The war! Lee surrendered. It's not possible. Why did we ever fight? Ashley will be coming home. Yes, Ashley will be coming home. We'll plant more cotton. Cotton ought to go sky-high next year! While we were marching through Georgia. Hurrah, hurrah! We bring the jubilee Hurrah, hurrah! The flag that makes you free. So we sing the chorus from Atlanta to the sea. While we were marching through Georgia. Get out of the road, rebel! Get out of the way! Have you room in your carriage for a dying man? I got no room for any Southern scum, alive or dead. Get out of the way. I reckon he'd rather try and walk it at that. Giddap! Jump, you gray-backed beggars! Act like they won the war! Now you come on and give me them pants, Mr. Kennedy. Come on. You scrub yourself with that strong lye soap before I scrubs you myself. I'm gonna put these britches in the boiling pot. The whole Confederate Army's got the same trouble: Crawling clothes and dysentery. It's humiliating, how you treat Mr. Kennedy. You'd be a sight more humiliated if Mr. Kennedy's lice gets on you! Come on, Beau. We must leave this gentleman alone because he's tired and he's hungry. I don't mind, ma'am. Good to see a youngster again. Nice little fellow. Another two years of war and we could have had him with us in Cobb's Legion. Were you in Cobb's Legion? Yes, ma'am. Why, then, you must know my husband, Maj. Wilkes. Oh, yes, ma'am. He was captured at Spotsylvania, I think. Captured! Oh, thank heavens, then he isn't Oh, my poor Ashley in a Yankee prison! Melanie. Yes, Scarlett, I'm coming. Come along, Beau. I'll watch out for him, ma'am. We're good friends. Oh, thank you. I slave day and night so we can have food to keep body and soul together. And you give it all away to these starving scarecrows. I'd sooner have a plague of locusts here. Don't scold me, Scarlett, please. I've just heard that Ashley was taken prisoner. Ashley, a prisoner? Yes. And maybe if he's alive and well, he's on some Northern road right now. And maybe some Northern woman is giving him a share of her dinner and helping my beloved to come back home to me. I hope so, Melly. Miss Scarlett. Miss Scarlett, I want to take up something with your pa, but he doesn't seem to Perhaps I can help you. I'm head of the house now. Well, I Miss Scarlett, I was aiming to ask for Suellen. Do you mean to tell me you haven't asked for her after all these years she's been counting on you? Well, the truth is, I'm so much older than she is, and Well, now I haven't a cent to my name. Who has nowadays? Miss Scarlett, if true love carries any weight with you you can be sure your sister will be rich in that. I'll go out somewhere and get myself a little business if we're engaged. As soon as I get on my feet again All right, Frank. I'm sure I can speak for Pa. You go ask her now. Oh, thank you, Miss Scarlett. Excuse me, excuse me. Scarlett, what seems to be the trouble with Mr. Kennedy? More trouble than he guesses. He's finally asked for Suellen's hand. Oh, I'm so glad. It's a pity he can't marry her now. At least there'd be one less mouth to feed.



 
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The wind swept through Georgia
The wind swept through Georgia
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Tara had survived
  We'll have something to eat
We'll have something to eat
While we were marching through Georgia So we sing the chorus from Atlanta to the sea, while we were marching through Georgia   Image from Gone With The Wind part 9 - Ashley will be coming home Image from Gone With The Wind part 9 - It's all over! The war! Lee surrendered. Ashley will be coming home.   Kennedy's finally asked for Suellen's hand Scarlett, what seems to be the trouble with Mr. Kennedy? More trouble than he guesses. He's finally asked for Suellen's hand.

Gone With The Wind quotes with snapshot frame picture from part 9

It's all over! The war! Lee surrendered.   Gerald O'Hara quote: Katie Scarlett! It's over! It's over! It's all over! The war! Lee surrendered. Suellen: It's not possible. Carreen O'Hara quote: Why did we ever fight? Melanie: Ashley will be coming home. Scarlett quote: Yes, Ashley will be coming home. We'll plant more cotton. Cotton ought to go sky-high next year!
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You can also watch on line the others parts of Gone With The Wind: 1 Tara, 2 Twelve Oaks, 3 O'Hara, 4 Ashley, 5 Melanie, 6 Meade, 7 Yankees, 8 Mother, 10 Scarlett, 11 Atlanta, 12 Kennedy, 13 Wilkes, 14 Mammy, 15 Butler, 16 Bonnie, 17 Melly, 18 Rhett.