5.06.2009

Theme Thursday :: Wind

There's nothing like a great love story to blow you away. These are two of my favorite scenes....




These scenes still blow me away!


18 comments:

  1. ok, now I know what I am doing when I get home!!!!

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  2. Hello!

    Oh yeah that movie!Unforgettable!

    Have a nice day :)

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  3. So apros pos! I only just watched this again with my husband (his first time) a few weeks ago, so these scenes are fresh in my mind.
    Great selection and perfect for our theme.

    Thanks for visiting. Please consider following my blog(s). I will be following yours from now on.

    Kat

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  4. ahhh yes indeed How could we have left this one out?

    No matter how many times I see it I never not have a dry eye!

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  5. Now that Kat's husband has see GWTW, I must be the only person in the world who hasn't. It was interesting to see the context in which Rhett's "Frankly, my dear..."line appears.

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  6. This is on my all time fave list for books and movies. And yet, somehow I didn't consider if for TT. I feel so unfaithful. Thanks.

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  7. Okay, call my dumb, but I never even THOUGHT of this movie for this week! Doh! hahaha

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  8. I watched Gone With The Wind only a few weeks ago. Some flicks never go out of date.

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  9. great movie...fits with a wife named tara.

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  10. Thinking of this film always reminds me of when I learn that you can't copyright a title. I always wanted to write a book called "Gone with the Wind," and having it be about a hurricane or tornado, knowing that the Mitchell estate couldn't touch me!

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  11. Oh I can't watch this without laughing. We were playing charades once and my mother literally stood like a wooden indian, passed wind and ran into the kitchen. No prizes for guessing the movie title! It was so out of character for this normally prim and staid woman to do that we all pissed ourselves laughing! Sorry Scarlet . . .

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  12. I have to say I have never seen the movie.

    A good choice for today's theme.

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  13. LOL Military Man's comment!

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  14. Scarlett was a bit of a dill though...

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  15. Oh thank you so much for this!

    "Tomorrow is another day" indeed :)
    Have to go rewatch this movie...

    xoxo

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  16. I always wondered what Rhett Butler could possibly see in Scarlett O'Hara... she was such a bloody nit.

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  17. isn't that like the longest film ever in the world? lol... i havent seen it!

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