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Scarlett O'Hara (is a fictional character and the protagonist in Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel Gone with the Wind and in the 1939 film of the same name, where she is portrayed by Vivien Leigh. She also is the main character in the 1970 musical Scarlett and the 1991 book Scarlett, a sequel to Gone with the Wind that was written by Alexandra Ripley and adapted for a television mini-series in 1994. During early drafts of the original novel, Mitchell referred to her heroine as "Pansy", and did not decide on the name "Scarlett" until just before the novel went to print)

Scarlett O'Hara's best lines (Gone with the Wind)

What is says in the title. Top notch writing and casting of Vivien Leigh as Scarlett, from the classic Gone with the Wind

The curtain dress that Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) wears to visit Rhett Butler (Clark Gable) in jail is certainly one of the most famous costumes in Gone With the Wind (1939). In fact, the much-parodied ensemble was based on a treasured relic in GWTW author Margaret Mitchell's family and on costume designer Walter Plunkett's meticulous research.......................

You could actually by a pattern to make this dress...................

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or you could do what Carol Burnett did..................

There was also a TV movie about the search to find an actress to play Scarlett..............

I actually remember watching this.........................


From: LvlSlgr


Keeping with that same movie ...

Prissy - Scarlett's house maid in Gone with the Wind. Portrayed by Butterfly McQueen, Prissy was well remembered for the line, "I don't know nothin' 'bout birthin' babies!" after telling Scarlett earlier that she did. Her distinctive, high-pitched voice was described by a critic as "the itsy-little voice fading over the far horizon of comprehension". While the role is well known to audiences, McQueen did not enjoy playing the part and felt it was demeaning to African-Americans.

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Peter Jason Quill (also known as Star-Lord, was an interstellar adventurer who was abducted from Earth by the Ravagers led by Yondu Udonta at a young age. After his abduction, he began building fame as the legendary outlaw Star-Lord. In 2014, he decided to leave the Ravagers and operate individually, starting by stealing a precious artifact known as the Orb, unintentionally becoming a key player in the Quest for the Orb. Following his arrest, he forged an uneasy alliance with fellow inmates Gamo)

The movie version of Peter Quill.........................

Meet Peter Quill. He used to be Star-Lord – you know, the legendary outlaw – but it’s been quite some time since he’s gone by that name. Taking over for his father as the Emperor of Spartax, Quill put the life of spacefaring adventure behind him for one of leadership and responsibility. Quill grew up. But things didn’t go as planned. Decades have passed, and Peter is haunted by tragedy. Down and out, Quill’s existence means nothing…until the former GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY drag Peter out of his funk for one last mission! The heist of a lifetime – and Quill’s harrowing quest for redemption – begins here!................................

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From: LvlSlgr


Rhett Butler - is a fictional character in the 1936 novel Gone with the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and in the 1939 film adaptation of the same name. It is one of Clark Gable's most recognizable and significant roles. Rhett's personality is that of a cynical, charming, and mocking philanderer. He frequently declares that he is no gentleman and he has no honor, though he respects those he considers true gentlemen/ladies. He often thinks the worst of Scarlett, even as he admires and loves her. During their first meeting, he says she is no lady, just like him. He often mocks her attempts to be gentle, kind, or ladylike, believing it doesn't suit her, and encourages her scheming ways, even as he despises them. He presents a fickle and dapper front, saying things he doesn't mean and causing Scarlett to misunderstand him. His constant, defensive teasing cause her to distrust his true intentions, even when she manages to perceive them. In turn, he does not recognize that Scarlett uses charm and acid to protect herself, rather than out of malicious intent.

Comment: I read the book when I was in high school and naturally knew about the movie. However, back in the late 60s we didn't have VCR or DVD players and could just go rent a movie. And this was one movie that was never going to be on TV. Finally, one of the theaters in Louisville had it (probably around 1969) and I couldn't wait to see it. My boyfriend at the time took me and he slept through most of it. Well, it was long ... almost 4 hours. At least he didn't snore. LOL

The Spencer Family (is a fictional family on the American soap opera General Hospital. The family is created by Douglas Marland and first introduced in 1977 when Bobbie Spencer arrives in Port Charles. Bobbie's brother, Luke arrived a year later in 1978. Supercouple Luke and Laura Spencer are part of this family, known for their romance and many adventures. The Spencer family is characterized as an adventurous bunch, but many in the family have struggled with various types of substance abuse. They are known for their longstanding feud with the Cassadine family. The family is currently represented by: Laura, Bobbie, Carly, Lucas, Valerie, Michael, Josslyn, Cameron, Jake, Aiden, Rocco, Charlotte, Wiley and Donna. The Spencers are the owners of the Haunted Star yacht, which is a staple establishment in the Port Charles community)

Started it all, Luke, Bobbie and Aunt Ruby............

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Calling it a night.......................

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Tarzan is a fictional character, an archetypal feral child raised in the African jungle by the Mangani great apes; he later experiences civilization, only to reject it and return to the wild as a heroic adventurer.

Tarzan (1999) - IMDb

Disney theory suggests NSFW reason Tarzan wears his loincloth

Victim of Tennessee plane crash starred in 1996 'Tarzan'

Ultron (is a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer Roy Thomas and artist John Buscema, and initially made his debut as an unnamed character in The Avengers #54 (July 1968), with his first full appearance in The Avengers #55 (August 1968). He is a self-aware and highly intelligent robot who develops a god complex and a grudge against his creator Hank Pym with a goal to destroy humanity that has brought him into repeated conflict with the Avengers)



He was voiced and motion captured by actor James Spader.......................

Off to work............................

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From: PTG (anotherPTG)


Venom, is a character from Marvel Comics. He is a Symbiote, an alien lifeform capable of infusing itself with its host body. When the Venom Symbiote bonds with a human, that new dual lifeform refers to itself as Venom. He is a dangerous foe of Spider-Man in that he not only has his powers, but was once bonded to the hero as a costume, meaning he knows who Spider-Man is and how he works.



From: LvlSlgr


Blair Warner - is a fictional character in the TV show The Facts of Life. Blair, played by Lisa Whelchel, was about 14 at the series' beginning. At the series' beginning in 1979, Blair was portrayed as very rich and very rebellious. She was seen smoking cigarettes, drinking beer and enjoying great popularity with boys; unlike many of her classmates, she was looking to lose her virginity. When the show was retooled in 1980, all instances of her rebellion were either dropped or given to the new character of Jo Polniaczek and Blair was rewritten as an unashamedly spoiled "Daddy's Girl," whose business alone could have kept Bloomingdale's and Neiman Marcus afloat. Even though Blair was vain, arrogant, egotistical, and shallow, she was also funny, kind-hearted, generous, and loving to Mrs. Garrett and her friends, especially Jo Polniaczek.

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Blair with friend Jo

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PTG (anotherPTG)

From: PTG (anotherPTG)


Xoe Meyers had a normal life. So she was stuck going to high school, and she only had a few friends to call her own. She liked her normal life. Things were about to change though, because there's a new guy in her small town, and he is anything but normal. Before Xoe can say, "Werewolf," her best friend's life is in peril, and Xoe's world is turned upside-down.