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    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.

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