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Scarlett O'Hara (Vivien Leigh) in "Gone with the Wind"
The role of Scarlett O'Hara is so legendary that we've somehow forgotten what she's all about: pure, unapologetic greed. The war doesn't matter to Scarlett. It's simply an inconvenience for her. She's bored at her first husband's funeral, she openly complains about having to spend time with her crying infant, and she learns nothing after four hours of Victor Fleming wartime spectacle. "Tomorrow is another day" is remembered as an inspirational quote, but it's really just confirming that Scarlett will keep on terrorizing the South with her single-minded greed and narcissism.