skip navigation
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Bringing A Baby

title details and video sharing options

  1. now playing

    Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Bringing A Baby

    Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) seeks out Doc Meade (Harry Davenport), leading to one of the most famous shots from Gone With The Wind, 1939, then returns home to strike Prissy (Butterfly McQueen) and deliver Melanie's baby herself.

    View the TCMDb entry for Gone With the Wind (1939)


  2. share video

Copy the text below to embed this video on your webpage:

close
This Month
Shirley Temple -- (Movie Promo) Star Of The Month
Original promo for TCM's July, 2015 programming featuring...
Play | SHOP

Shirley Temple -- (Movie Promo)... Original promo for... MORE > $14.98 Regularly $14.98 Buy Now

Long Goodbye, The (1973) — (Movie Clip) All The Tigers In India
Director Robert Altman opens (the old song by Johnny...
Play
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers - (Re-issue Trailer)
When their older brother marries, six lumberjacks decide...
Play | SHOP

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers -... When their older brother... MORE > $14.99 Regularly $19.98 Buy Now

Duck Soup (1933) -- (Movie Clip) A Rufus Over Your Head
Now head of state in Freedonia, Rufus T. Firefly (Groucho...
Play | SHOP

Duck Soup (1933) -- (Movie Clip) A... Now head of state in... MORE > $14.98 Regularly $14.98 Buy Now

Little Miss Marker (1934) -- (Movie Clip) You Son Of A Gun
Sorrowful (Adolphe Menjou) shells out for clothes for...
Play | SHOP

Little Miss Marker (1934) -- (Movie... Sorrowful (Adolphe... MORE > $14.98 Regularly $14.98 Buy Now

Star Is Born, A (1937) -- (Movie Clip) You Know What Your Chances Are
Looks to be the real office of the real Central Casting in...
Play | SHOP

Star Is Born, A (1937) -- (Movie... Looks to be the real... MORE > $14.99 Regularly $14.99 Buy Now

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes - (Original Trailer)
Gentlemen prefer Marilyn Monroe preferring diamonds in her...
Play | SHOP

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes -... Gentlemen prefer Marilyn... MORE > $89.98 Regularly $89.98 Buy Now

Day The Earth Stood Still, The... Klaatu (Michael Rennie),... MORE > $19.99 Regularly $19.99 Buy Now

Raw Deal (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Don't Wear That Perfume
Director Anthony Mann's resonant Noir opening, Claire...
Play
Ball Of Fire (1942) -- (Movie Clip) What Does Boogie Mean?
Trumpeter Roy "Little Jazz" Eldridge and drummer Gene...
Play | SHOP

Ball Of Fire (1942) -- (Movie Clip)... Trumpeter Roy... MORE > $14.98 Regularly $14.98 Buy Now

Beneath The Planet Of The Apes (1970) -- (Movie Clip) It's A City Of Apes!
Mute native Nova (Linda Harrison), who can't explain,...
Play | SHOP

Beneath The Planet Of The Apes... Mute native Nova (Linda... MORE > $49.98 Regularly $49.98 Buy Now

Rio Lobo -- (Movie Clip) Don't Be Sarcastic
Shasta Delaney (Jennifer O'Neill) is not intimidated by...
Play | SHOP

Rio Lobo -- (Movie Clip) Don't... Shasta Delaney (Jennifer... MORE > $12.98 Regularly $12.98 Buy Now

Rock Around The Clock -- (Movie Clip) See You Later Alligator
Disillusioned promoter Steve (Johnny Johnston) and ex...
Play
My Brilliant Career (1979) -- (Movie Clip) Mrs. Bossier's Granddaughter
The first shot with vegetation as Sybylla (Judy Davis),...
Play | SHOP

My Brilliant Career (1979) --... The first shot with... MORE > $19.98 Regularly $19.98 Buy Now

Peeping Tom (1960) -- (Movie Clip) It'll Be Two Quid
Director Michael Powell's opening, from which there was no...
Play
Women, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip) Mrs. Prowler
Devious shop-girl Crystal (Joan Crawford) is on the phone...
Play | SHOP

Women, The (1939) -- (Movie Clip)... Devious shop-girl Crystal... MORE > $9.99 Regularly $19.98 Buy Now

The Opposite Sex - (Original Trailer)
June Allyson and Joan Collins star in MGM's 1956 musical...
Play | SHOP

The Opposite Sex - (Original... June Allyson and Joan... MORE > $19.99 Regularly $19.99 Buy Now

Locket, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip) I See A Madwoman
Still in his flashback, artist Norman (Robert Mitchum)...
Play | SHOP

Locket, The (1946) -- (Movie Clip)... Still in his flashback,... MORE > $19.99 Regularly $19.99 Buy Now

Pennies from Heaven - (Original Trailer)
A sheet music salesman finds love in depression-era...
Play
Great Ziegfeld, The -- (Movie Clip) Wedding Cake
The second of two shots by cinematographer Ray June making...
Play | SHOP

Great Ziegfeld, The -- (Movie Clip)... The second of two shots... MORE > $7.99 Regularly $14.98 Buy Now

#
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Bringing A Baby
Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) seeks out Doc Meade (Harry...
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Bringing A Baby
Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) seeks out Doc Meade (Harry Davenport), leading to one of the most famous shots from Gone With The Wind, 1939, then returns home to strike Prissy (Butterfly McQueen) and deliver Melanie's baby herself.>
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Tear You To...
Drunken Rhett (Clark Gable) gets physical with defiant wife...
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Tear You To Pieces
Drunken Rhett (Clark Gable) speaks of honor and gets physical with defiant wife Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) in a famous scene ending on the staircase in Gone With The Wind, 1939.>
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Never Be Hungry...
If ever a scene called for an intermission, Scarlett (Vivien...
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Never Be Hungry Again!
If ever a scene called for an intermission, Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) hears bad news from slaves (Butterfly McQueen, Hattie McDaniel), flees the house, and makes a vow, ending the first half of Gone With The Wind, 1939.>
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) All Our Prayers
Ashley (Leslie Howard) is departing for war when Scarlett...
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) All Our Prayers
Ashley (Leslie Howard) is departing for war when Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) at last confesses her love, in one of many romantic climaxes in Gone With The Wind, 1939, from Margaret Mitchell's novel.>
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Frankly, My...
Spoiler ALERT here, the ending in which Scarlett (Vivien...
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Frankly, My Dear...
Spoiler ALERT here, the ending in which Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) pleads with Rhett (Clark Gable) who offers his fateful line, followed by hers, alone, in Gone With The Wind, 1939.>
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Savannah Would...
Blinding narrative speed covers the entire marriage of...
Gone With The Wind -- (Movie Clip) Savannah Would Be Better
Blinding narrative speed covers the entire marriage of Scarlett (Vivien Leigh) to Charles (Rand Brooks), her plan to further pursue Ashley (Leslie Howard) and upbraiding by Mammy (Hattie McDaniel) to boot, in Gone With The Wind, 1939.>
My Retrospective -- (TCM Original) Philip Himberg
TCM fan and guest programmer Philip Himberg on big screens,...
My Retrospective -- (TCM Original) Philip Himberg
TCM fan and guest programmer Philip Himberg on big screens, Flower Drum Song (1961), Vivien Leigh and Waterloo Bridge (1940) in the TCM Original "My Retrospective.">
Elvis Mitchell: Under the Influence -- (Clip)...
Sydney Pollack considers how movies can combine historical...
Elvis Mitchell: Under the Influence -- (Clip) Sydney Pollack: Historical Canvas
Sydney Pollack considers how movies can combine historical perspective and character drama in this out-take from TCM's Elvis Mitchell: Under the Influence.>
Lenny Bluett on Clark Gable - (A TCM Featurette)

Lenny Bluett on Clark Gable - (A TCM Featurette)
Actor Lenny Bluett talks about the day Clark Gable helped right an injustice on the set of Gone With The Wind (1939).>
Gone With The Wind Premiere - (A Short Subject)
Gone With The Wind premiere
Highlights from the world premiere of...
Gone With The Wind Premiere - (A Short Subject)
Dixie Hails 'Gone With The Wind' (1939) in this section from a newsreel showing the world premiere in Atlanta.>
Hattie McDaniel - (A TCM Featurette) Comments by...

Hattie McDaniel - (A TCM Featurette) Comments by various actors
Actors Charles S. Dutton and Lenny Bluett and historian Donald Bogle discuss the first African-American to win an Academy Award, Hattie McDaniel.>
Gone With the Wind (1939) -- (1961 Re-Issue...
A classic tale of Scarlett O'Hara's battle to save her...
A classic tale of Scarlett...
Gone With the Wind (1939) -- (1961 Re-Issue Trailer)
Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) fights to save her beloved plantation and find love during the Civil War in Gone With the Wind (1939).>
#

TCM Classic Film Union

See more video like this in our fan community

VISIT SITE NOW>

#

TCM Movie Database

Your destination for exclusive material from the TCM vaults

LEARN MORE >