Gone with the Wind (1939): Arriving at the Ball

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The clip Arriving at the ball from Gone with the Wind (1939) with Leslie Howard Well, John Wilkes. -It's a...
The clip Arriving at the ball from Gone with the Wind (1939) with Leslie Howard Well, John Wilkes. -It's a grand day for the barbecue. -So it seems, Gerald. Why isn't Mrs. O'Hara with you? She's settling accounts with the overseer, but she'll be along tonight. -Welcome to Twelve Oaks, Mr. O'Hara. -Thank you kindly, India. Your daughter's getting prettier every day, John. Here are the O'Hara girls. We must greet them. I can't stand Scarlett. She throws herself at Ashley. That's your brother's business. You must remember your duties as hostess. Good morning, girls. You're looking lovely. Good morning, Scarlett. India Wilkes, what a lovely dress! I just can't take my eyes off it. Good morning, Miss Scarlett. You look mighty fine this morning, Miss Scarlett. It's a pleasure to see you, Miss Scarlett. Ashley! Scarlett, my dear! I've been looking for you everywhere. I've got something I must tell you. Can't we go someplace quiet? Yes, I'd like to, but I have something to tell you too. Something I hope you'll be glad to hear. Come say hello to my cousin Melanie first. Do we have to? She's been looking forward to seeing you again.
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