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'Gone With the Wind' author Margaret Mitchell at a gala for the book's movie adaptation

Two cinema greats - Hattie McDaniel and Thelma Ritter

1940 Oscars: Hattie McDaniel, Best Supporting Actress 1939 for "Gone with the Wind" with Fay Bainter (Best Supporting Actress 1938 for "Jezebel")

Margaret Mitchell, author of the bestselling novel 'Gone With The Wind' attends the premiere. Julian Boehm, (left). (AJC Staff Photo/Kenneth Rogers) 1939

Dec Atlanta, Ga: Margaret Mitchell, author of the bestselling novel 'Gone With The Wind' attends the premier of the long awaited movie.

Suffragette by Theresa Thompson, via Flickr

THE VOTE: Suffragette. Many leaders of the movement were upper and upper middle class women.

"Book of Hours," about 1460, Master of Evert Zoudenbalch (Dutch, active 3rd quarter of 15th century).

Master of Evert Zoudenbalch, illuminator (Dutch, 1460 Utrecht) Book of Hours

miami nightmare: 80s movie poster | http://cinematicmovieposters.blogspot.com

Tom Cruise, back in the day and Kokomo by the Beach Boys were so cool.

1939 New York World's Fair - United Airlines Airline Hostesses with Perisphere in background.

New York World's Fair - Airline hostesses with Perisphere in background (NYPL Digital Library)

Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard and Olivia De Havilland on the set of Gone With The Wind

The scene after the raid on Shantytown in 'Gone With The Wind' is the only time all four of the primary actors, Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Leslie Howard and Olivia de Havilland are on the set together.

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