Gone with the Wind (1939): The Men Are in Danger

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Somebody's coming up the walk. Somebody that ain't Mr. Ashley.
Will you hand me the pistol, Mrs. Meade?
Whoever it is we know nothing.
Where have they gone? Tell me. It's life or death.
Don't tell him. He's a Yankee spy.
Quickly. There may be time.
How'd you know?
I played poker with Yankees.
They knew there'd be trouble. They sent the cavalry out.
Your men are walking into a trap.
Don't tell him. He's trying to trap you.
Out the Decatur road. The old Sullivan plantation.
They're meeting in the cellar.
I'll do what I can.
What's this about? If you don't tell me, I'll go crazy.
We thought it best not to tell you.
The men have gone to clean out the woods where you were attacked.
It's what many of our Southern men have had to do to protect us.
And if they're captured, they'll be hanged. And it will be your fault.
Another word and you must leave.
Scarlett did what she had to do.
Our men are doing what they think they have to do.
Frank and Ashley.
Oh, it isn't possible.
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