Re: Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn!
...suggested she write her own book. And she did and that is how we have "Gone With The Wind" a story that was to produce a movie that for fifty years was the biggest box office hit of all time till "The Sound of music" came along.
Not quite. GWTW was in 1939 and the Sound of Music was in 1965...not even 30 years.
Another surprise - Pansy O'Hara was her original name not Scarlett.
So you are saying it may have really been about a light in the loafers man that both Rhett Butler and Ashley Wilkes were hot for? Hmm...interesting concept; but, probably too daring for that day and age to be allowed on the big screen. More's the pity, it undoubtedly would of yielded bundles of cash for the studios.