Quiz: Only Movie Buffs Can Score Over 80% On This "Gone With the Wind" Quiz

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"Great balls of fire!"

Take this trivia quiz and see how well you know the 1939 classic movie, "Gone With the Wind" starring Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable, Leslie Howard and Olivia de Havilland.

 Nov 05, 2019

1 of 20Choose Your Answer:

What is the name of the O'Hara plantation?
Green Gables
Tara
Twelve Oaks

2 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Where do Scarlett and Rhett first meet?
In town
At Ashley's wedding
At the Wilkes' barbecue

3 of 20Choose Your Answer:

What is Scarlett's first name?
Ashley
Katie
Careen

4 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Who tells Scarlett about Ashley being engaged?
Melanie Hamilton
The Tarleton twins
Gerald O'Hara

5 of 20Name This Character:

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Melanie Hamilton
Belle Watling
Bonnie Butler

6 of 20Choose Your Answer:

What was the name of Scarlett's youngest sister?
Melanie
Ellen
Careen

7 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Who does Scarlett marry first?
Rhett Butler
Charles Hamilton
Frank Kennedy

8 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Rhett Butler is from where?
Springfield
Atlanta
Charleston

9 of 20Name This Character:

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Melanie Hamilton
Mammy
Belle Watling

10 of 20Choose Your Answer:

How many sisters does Scarlett have?
3
1
2

11 of 20Name This Character:

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Lo
Mammy
Prissy
Bonnie Butler

12 of 20Choose Your Answer:

How does Scarlett's first husband die?
The measles
He's thrown from his horse
During the war

13 of 20Choose Your Answer:

When Rhett and Bonnie return from their trip, what does Bonnie bring home?
A puppy
A canary
A kitten

14 of 20Choose Your Answer:

When Scarlett goes to visit Rhett, what does she use as material to make a dress?
Her father's old suits
Curtains
Bed sheets

15 of 20Name This Character:

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Ashley Wilkes
Frank Kennedy
Rhett Butler

16 of 20Choose Your Answer:

How does Scarlett's father die?
He was killed in the war
He is thrown from his horse
He has a heart attack

17 of 20Choose Your Answer:

The movie takes place in which southern city?
Dallas
New Orleans
Atlanta

18 of 20Name This Character:

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Doctor Meade
Gerald O'Hara
Charles Hamilton

19 of 20Choose Your Answer:

When Scarlett and Rhett's daughter is born, who is the first to mention the name "Bonnie"?
Mammy
Scarlett O'Hara
Melanie Hamilton

20 of 20Choose Your Answer:

Melanie and Ashley have a son together named:
Sam
Edward
Beau
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OH Fiddle-dee-dee! If you think you know all there is to know about the 1939 classic movie, "Gone With the Wind" then it's time to put your money where your mouth is and take this trivia quiz! "Gone With the Wind" is an epic historical romance about a manipulative southern belle named Scarlett O'Hara who finds her world turned upside down as the United States enters into the Civil War and the love of her life becomes engaged to another woman. She crosses paths with a roguish man, Rhett Butler, and the two find themselves in a turbulent romance and together endure the harsh realities of war in the South and learning to love and let go of the past and those who were lost. Adapted from the novel by Margaret Mitchell, "Gone With the Wind" is considered one of the greatest films in cinema history and was Davis O. Selznick's greatest accomplishments. The film stars Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara, Clark Gable as Captain Rhett Butler, Olivia de Havilland as the kind hearted Melanie Hamilton, Leslie Howard as Ashley Wilkes, Hattie McDaniel as Mammy and Thomas Mitchell as Scarlett's spit-fire father, Gerld O'Hara. The 1939 film earned over ten Academy Award nominations including Best Music, Best Actor in a Leading Role and Best Actress in a Supporting Role. It ended up winning a total of eight Oscars as Leigh took home Best Actress in a Leading Role and McDaniel received Best Actress in a Supporting Role making her the first African American to not only be nomination but to win an Academy Award.