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What mansion was used in Gone with the Wind?
In Margaret Mitchell’s 1936 novel Gone with the Wind, Twelve Oaks is the plantation home of the Wilkes family in Clayton County, Georgia named for the twelve great oak trees that surround the family mansion in an almost perfect circle.
Where did Scarlett O’Hara live?
Rhett and Scarlett have a house built in Atlanta. Though Scarlett resides in Atlanta, she considers Tara her true home.
Does Scarlett ever end up with Rhett?
“The sequel.” That’s what Alexandra Ripley wanted to call her new book. But Warner Books, the publishers, preferred “Scarlett: The Sequel to Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind.” Oh–yes, Scarlett and Rhett do get back together.
What happened to the Tara House?
In 1998 the doorway was relocated and placed on exhibit at the Margaret Mitchell House Museum where it currently resides. The remainder of “Tara” has been housed in a dairy barn on the Talmadge’s Lovejoy Plantation since 1979.
Where was Scarlett O’Hara’s home in Gone with the Wind?
Hollywood history: Tara is the fictional home of the O’Hara family in classic film Gone with the Wind. Scarlett O’Hara, played by Vivien Leigh, pictured outside the facade for the house in the movie Claim to fame: The set for Gone with the Wind was used as a backdrop for Western movies until it was dismantled in 1960
What kind of house was Tara in Gone with the Wind?
Brought to life in the 1939 movie classic, Tara is the family home of lead character Scarlett O’Hara (played by Vivian Lee) and is a large Neo-Classical Palladian-inspired build with Doric columns and a large front porch.
What was the name of the mansion in Gone with the Wind?
Inside the Twelve Oaks “Gone With the Wind” mansion are four reproductions of Scarlett’s (Vivien Leigh) gowns from the film as well as two of Rhett’s (Clark Gable) suits. According to the website for Twelve Oaks, Judge John Harris built it as his townhouse in 1836.