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Scarlett's stand-in, Mozelle Miller. Her duties for Vivien Leigh during the two years of filming were to provide someone the same size and skin color so that cameramen and lighting crews could gauge exposure and adjust lighting without tiring the star. One scene she appears in is where Scarlett walks among the hundreds of wounded and dying Confederate soldiers. Another scene that features her is the when  Scarlett is forced to hide from Yankee soldiers by taking cover underneath a bridge.

Gone With the Wind Costumes- examples of the fashion during the Crinoline Period: full skirts, close fitting bodice and waistline, high necklines

Dress worn in the movie "How The West Was Won."

Thelma Ritter "Agatha Clegg" blue silk gown from How the West Was Won.

Deborah Kerr dress from Affair to Remember Hollywood glamour

Fashion style, Deborah Kerr burnt orange creamsicle white cream sheer silk dress woven with orange gold bodice straps full skirt orange evening coat long jacket gown movie star model magazine color photo print ad vintage fashion style

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, "Shall We Dance" (1937, RKO)

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in "Shall We Dance" (dir.

Ginger Rogers in Top Hat (1935) by Bernard Newman

Bernard Newman’s sketch for Ginger Rogers in Top Hat, 1935

Gone With The Wind-Ann Rutherford as Carreen O'Hara, Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara and Evelyn Keyes as Suellen O'Hara.

Ann Rutherford, Vivien Leigh, and Evelyn Keyes as Carreen, Scarlett, and Suellen O'Hara in "Gone With the Wind"

Visite, France, vers 1885 Drap de laine, broderie de filé et lame or, frange de passementerie Don Laure Le Tellier, 1927 Inv. 26002 Les Arts Décoratifs - Site officiel - Diaporama - Visite, France, vers 1885

Visite 1885 Les Arts Décoratifs (OMG that dress!

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