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    Vivien Leigh "Scarlett O'Hara" Traveling Dress from Gone with the Wind. (MGM, 1939) Vintage original slate crème-gray ribbed cotton (2) piece ensemble consisting of (1) jacket with black rickrack appliqué and cord on short standing collar, shoulders, front, and cuffs embellished with crème lace, decorative buttons on front, interior upper lined in baby blue fabric, with hidden hook-and-eye front closure and integral pleated floor-length skirt with hidden back snap and hook and eye closure, retaining internal Western Costume bias label handwritten, "Vivian Leigh S-33 Walter Plunkett Gone W/ the Wind", and (1) matching capelet with black velvet collar, interior lined in black satin, with hook and eye closure, retaining internal Western Costume bias label handwritten, "Vivian Leigh S-34 Gone W/ the Wind". Visible when "Scarlett" (Leigh) is dictating how the 'Wilkes & Kennedy' sign is being placed on the building, when she encounters "Rhett Butler" (Clark Gable) in the "What a woman!" scene, when she is attacked in Shanty Town, and then when she's at home as her husband "Frank Kennedy" (Carroll Nye) decides to take some action. Exhibiting production wear, age, color loss from previous display, minor fabric deterioration/loss and minor staining. Overall in vintage good condition. Provenance: Butterfield & Butterfield Western Costume Star Collection, October 10, 1993, Lot 1500.

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