"Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn." -Rhett Butler, TFTC

Clark Gable as Rhett Butler playing cards while being held prisoner in a Yankee jail in 'Gone With The Wind'.

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The Prince of Dixie

Gone With the Wind - Clark Gable (Rhett Butler - Frankly my dear I don't give a damn!

"You'd had such a struggle, Scarlett. No one knew better than I what you'd gone through..." - Rhett

"You'd had such a struggle, Scarlett. No one knew better than I what you'd gone through." - Rhett I just finished the book today and I balled like a baby, it is so sad.

Clark Gable as Rhett Butler (Gone With The Wind)

"Who is your literary boyfriend?" My result: "Rhett Butler" You want a boyfriend who is all man: tall, dark, handsome and ready to sweep you off your feet. Rhett Butler would be just the guy for you!

Vivien Leigh and Clark Gable in Gone With The Wind (1939).

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Rhett Butler and Scarlett  Gone With the Wind Greatest Movie Ever This kiss is so ooooooooo

Rhett Butler and Scarlett Gone With the Wind Greatest Movie Ever This kiss is so ooooooooo //PIN: selinaa//

I love u too, Rhett Butler.   (Gone With the Wind)

"in spite of you and me and the world going to pieces, I love you" - Rhett to Scarlett as Atlanta burns in the background

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Gone With the Wind - Rhett Butler, played by the oh-so dapper Clark Gable.was there ever a more gorgeous man?

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Clark Gable as Rhett Butler, Gone with the Wind

Clark Gable 1901 - “I don’t want a lot of strangers looking down at my wrinkles and big boy fat belly when I’m dead.” Passed away from a coronary at the age of 49

Clark Gable in Gone with the Wind (1939)

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Clark Gable as Rhett Butler. Slick bastard.

Clark Gable in character as "Rhett Butler" on the set of "Gone with the Wind", 1939

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