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dedicated to Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in Gone With The Wind

And She'll Be Good To Me
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For the collage of "dedicated to to Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in Gone With The Wind", the original photography you can find here, there and everywhere.

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Hattie McDaniel acted as Mammy in the movie "Gone With The Wind" 1939 directed by Victor Fleming, adapted from the novel "Gone With The Wind" 1936 written by Margaret Mitchell.
Mammy is the head woman of the plantation and Scarlett O'Hara's (acted by Vivien Leigh) nurse from birth.
Hattie McDaniel won Best Performance By An Actress In A Supporting Role for this movie. And it made her the first African American to win The Academy Award.
[photos from left to right : the movie poster for the movie "Gone With The Wind" 1939 directed by Victor Fleming, the first appearance of Hattie McDaniel as Mammy in the movie and the photo of Hattie McDaniel with Oscar presented by Fay Bainter]

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Hattie McDaniel inducted into The Black Filmmakers Hall Of Fame in 1975 .
And Hattie McDaniel became the first African American The Academy Award winner honored with the US Postage Stamp in 2006.
[the photos from left to right : The Sheet and The Stamp Of Hattie McDaniel]

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On Best Performance By An Actress In A Leading Role of The Academy Award, Halle Berry is the first African American to win, for the movie "Monster's Ball" 2001 directed by Marc Forster.
[the photos from left to right : the movie poster for "Monster's Ball" 2001 directed by Marc Forster and one of the still photos for]

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On Best Performance By An Actor In A Leading Role of The Academy Award, Sidney Poitier is the first African American to win for the movie "Lilies Of The Field" 1963 directed by Ralph Nelson.
[the photos from left to right : the poster for the movie "Lilies Of The Field" 1963 directed by Ralph Nelson and one of the still photos for]

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On Best Performance By An Actor In A Supporting Role of The Academy Award, Louis Gossett, Jr. is the first African American to win for the movie "An Officer And A Gentleman" 1982 directed by Taylor Hackford.
[the photos from left to right: the poster for the movie "An Officer And A Gentleman" 1982 directed by Taylor Hackford and one of the still photos for]

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In the six hour miniseries "Scarlett" 1994 directed by John Erman, adapted from the novel "Scarlett" 1991 written by Alexandra Ripley, a sequel to the novel "Gone With The Wind" 1936 written by Margaret Mitchell.
In this miniseries, Esther Rolle acted as Mammy.
[the photos from left to right : the poster for the six hour miniseries "Scarlett" 1994 directed by John Erman and one of the title back photos for]

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The words "And She'll Be Good To Me" is taken from the song "Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day" from the album "The Monkees" 1966 by The Monkees.
Off corse, you know, the words "After All, Tomorrow Is Another Day" is the last words in the last scene for the movie "Gone With The Wind" 1939 directed by Victor Fleming, monologued by Vivien Leigh acted as Scarlett O'Hara.
[the photos from left to right : the album cover for the album "The Monkees" 1966 by The Monkees and the scene from "After All, Tomorrow Is Another Day" from the "Gone With The Wind" 1939 directed by Victor Fleming]

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