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A proud daughter of Georgia, Susan Myrick (1893 - 1978) worked the sixteen hour days in Hollywood policing the Southern accents and manners of every performer who walked upon the set of "Gone with the Wind".

CLICK MAGAZINE ran an article shortly after the movie's premiere about the costume inaccuracies in "Gone with the Wind".

This site has many other articles about "Gone With The Wind".

     


The Film's Technical Advisor: Susan Myrick (Coronet Magazine, 1940)

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