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Vic Fleming | Victor Fleming's Production
6' 1" (1.85 m)
Did You Know?
[To David O. Selznick
after being offered a percentage of the profits rather than a salary for directing Gone with the Wind
(1939)] Don't be a damn fool, David. This picture is going to be one of the biggest white elephants of all time.
When making Gone with the Wind
(1939), he wanted Scarlett, for at least once in the film, to look like his hunting buddy Clark Gable
's type of woman. So, when wearing the stunning low-cut burgundy velvet dress with rhinestones that Scarlett wears to Ashley Wilkes' birthday party in the second half of the film, to achieve the desired cleavage for Fleming, Walter Plunkett
had to tape Vivien Leigh