The clip With Rhett in his cell from Gone with the Wind (1939) with Vivien Leigh
My dear little sister!
It's all right, corporal. My sister has brought me no files or saws.
Can I really kiss you?
On the forehead, like a brother.
No, thanks. I'll wait and hope for better things.
I was so distressed when I heard you were in jail.
I couldn't sleep for thinking. It's not true they'll hang you?
Would you be sorry?
Well, don't worry yet.
They trumped up a charge, but they really want my money.
They think I made off with the Confederate treasury.
-Well, did you? -What a leading question.
Let's not talk about things like money.
How good of you to come and see me. And how pretty you look!
How you do run on, teasing a country girl like me.
Thank heavens you're not in rags. I'm tired of women in rags. Turn around.
You look good enough to eat, and prosperous.
I've been doing very well. Everyone's well at Tara, only I got so bored, I thought I'd treat myself to a visit to town.
You're heartless, but that's part of your charm.
You've got more charm than the law allows.
I didn't come to talk silliness about me.
I was so miserable at the thought of you in trouble.
I was mad at you when you left me on the road to Tara.
-And I still haven't forgiven you. -Don't say that.
Well, I must admit I might not be alive now, only for you.
When I think of myself with anything I could possibly hope for not a care in the world, and you here in this horrid jail.
And not even a human jail, Rhett, a horse jail!
Listen to me trying to make jokes when I really want to cry.
In a minute I shall cry.