Catch phase

@Anne18 (11036)
September 25, 2008 3:13am CST
When I think of this film, the one line that always comes back to me is "Quite frankly my dear , I don't give a damm" What other phases, or events always stick in your mind about this film?
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@Humbug25 (12551)
25 Sep 08
Hi ya Anne18 Catch phrases you mean? You having a hard time with your keyboard at the moment? Or is it your fingers? The only catch phrase that springs to my mind is... and wait for it... "Get of your horse and drink ya milk"! Sorry, you did ask!
@Anne18 (11036)
25 Sep 08
I think my brain and fingers weren't working together!!!
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@Humbug25 (12551)
25 Sep 08
Hahahahahahahahahahahah I have just realised you were only talking about Gone with the Wind Hahaahahahahhhahhhahhahahaaahhahhahhha Oh dear, I think I have finally lost the plot, Sorry Anne18, ask me another!
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@Anne18 (11036)
26 Sep 08
We are all allowed to lose the plot at sometime!!!
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@rakittera (803)
• Philippines
25 Sep 08
I love this film and I love Scarlett O' Hara. And here are my favorite unforgettable lines from that film: Scarlett O'Hara: If I ever have to steal and cheat and lie, as God is my witness... I'll never be hungry again! Scarlett O' Hara: What shall I do now? Tara... there's always Tara... after all, Tomorrow, is another day! (This is what she said after Rhett Butler left her with Frankly, my dear, I don't give a damn line) Scarlett O' Hara: Oh, fiddle-dee-dee!!! My favorite scene is when Scarlett made a gown out of their curtains to fool Rhett into thinking that she and her plantation is fine and to fool him into lending her money. Of course, Rhett Butler almost believed her until he felt the callouses on her fingers. I also like the opening scene of the film where Scarlett was flirting with so many guys in a barbecue party.
@Anne18 (11036)
25 Sep 08
Are you sure you haven't got a degree in this film!! LOL You know so much
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• Philippines
26 Sep 08
Nope, no degree on this film. I just watched it probably more than 5 times and I read the book twice. Told ya I love it! :-)
@Anne18 (11036)
26 Sep 08
I have the book as well, haven't read the book, is there much difference to the film?
@palonghorn (5485)
• United States
25 Sep 08
Oh my gosh, that is my all time favorite movie. And I see from one of your other responses that I'm not the only one that knows this movie so well lol. I love the scene when Rhett is in the Parlor and Scarlett doesn't know he is listening to her conversation, until she throws a vase at the fireplace and breaks it. And she tells him it was rude of him to not let his presence be known. I have always loved the grandeur of Tara. I also love the scene when Scarlet has sent Prissy (I can't believe I'm not sure of the name lol) to go get the doctor, and she comes back just taking her time, humming......and the line 'I don't know nuthin bout birthin no babies'. If you want to see another really good classic, get a copy of Leave Her to Heaven. It is wonderful.
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• Philippines
26 Sep 08
Hey, palonghorn! Nice to know somebody else is nuts about this film! Yes, Prissy was hilarious! The actress who played Prissy was Butterfly McQueen and she was the first black woman to win the Oscars for that film.
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@Anne18 (11036)
26 Sep 08
And Olivia de Haliv.... who played Mel Wikes was the last person of the cast to die in real life (just got up so words not following correctly, but you know what I mean) Prissy was wonderful as well
• United States
26 Sep 08
And I was surprised the first time I saw Butterfly on a talk show not too many years ago, and she still sounded the same, with that little voice of hers.
@crazydaisy (3899)
• Canada
26 Sep 08
That must call [With The Wind] because my mom always love to watch that movie she thought it was just great! it was a good movie I watch it with her when I was in my teens.and like it to. cd
• Philippines
26 Sep 08
I'll probably ask my daughter to watch the film with me too someday. :-)
• Canada
26 Sep 08
That well be a good idea she would like it to,if not she will rember that you and her did something different and she always look back at. cd
• Lubbock, Texas
25 Sep 08
That's my favorite line, my next favorite is "I'll think about that tomorrow". That line has gotten me through a lot of bad days when I could not possibly face one more crisis and getting through today was all that mattered! I call them my Scarlet O'Hara days.
• Philippines
26 Sep 08
Hi thebeaddoodler! Yup, I forgot about that line. I love saying that too and I'm reminded of Scarlett O' Hara everytime I say that line.
@vandana7 (69339)
• India
28 Jan 10
My favorite line too. :) That spirit really gets us through tough times, doesn't it? Lucky me, I got to see that movie when I was at right age. And was impressed with Vivien Leigh's performance as well. That is the reason this line stuck, and when times were tough, I could just pull this one out and manage. :)
@marguicha (109161)
• Chile
20 Mar 13
I think that the line I like best (and I say it to myself often) is "I`ll think about it tomorrow. After all, tomorrow, is another day! Although I like that line from Rhett Butler, it`s just the line of any person that has endured more than he can bear. But Scarlett`s line opens the world to a future and it is a philosophy of life.
@cripfemme (7714)
• United States
16 Aug 09
One of my favorite catch phases is "Here's a quarter call someone who cares" I have actually said that to several people it may be cliche but it works almost instantly and they leave you alone.
@coolcoder (2019)
• United States
8 Aug 09
Oh, I have one. The part where they're going to cut that soldier's leg off and all he can say and yell is "Don't cut! Don't cut!"...that's the scene that's always stuck with me. It gives me cold chills every time I see it. I can see someone wanting to depict the Civil War and its horrors, but did they have to put that scene in?
@LarienOB (103)
• China
28 Dec 08
Scarlet said:i will think about it tomorrow...i felt i would be brave again with her.she was so fortitude when she lost every thing ,she was so sharp when she had to win everyting back, she was tring things inprossible by hook or by crook...i can't foget the things she bring to me,the courige,the mind...
• Philippines
7 Oct 08
After all, tomorrow is another day.. or something like that. I loved that book because it was a very long read so it began to explain the complex nature of humans.