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Gone With The Wind - Was the Horse Afraid of Fire?
In the burning of Atlanta scene the horse becomes afraid of the fire when it gets too close. Rhett asks Scarlett to give him her shawl. He puts the shawl over the horse's eyes. If you watch carefully at the horse as they drive off the shawl slides off. The horse continues as if it were still there.
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Jabba the Hutt on 02-01-2001
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Lily writes:
The horse wasn't afraid of the fire because the horse and the stunt people playing Rhett and Scarlett were edited in over footage of the burning off of old sets on the MGM back lots. Didn't you ever think it was funny that the building fell down so symmetrically and perfect when it was on fire? It was all planned to be used as the burning of Atlanta.
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Me. writes:
They burned the old King Kong set to simulate the burning of Atlanta. In fact, Vivien Leigh hadn't even been cast as Scarlett O'Hara when the scene was shot!
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