- According to the civil war fights Melanie
was pregnant for 21 months.
- When Scarlet flees the Atlanta hospital,
the camera pans up to a lamppost, where the
silhouette of a lightbulb can clearly be seen.
This scene takes place in 1864, 15 years before
the invention of the lightbulb.
- In the scene where Scarlett and Melanie
are taking care of the wounded folk, their
shadows are almost entirely different from
their actions! Frankly, Scarlett... whoa!
- During the scene at the sewing circle, after
Ashley is shot, Melanie picks up a lamp to
lead the others to the bedroom. If you look
you can see an electric cord attached to the
bottom. - chelle
- During the escape from Atlanta Rhett puts
a shawl over the horses face so he won't be
scared of the fire. As the start walking you
can see the shawl fall and the horse keeps
going. - chelle
- During the Shantytown scene one of the wheels
on Scarlett's buggy falls off the bridge.
Yet when Big Sam is fighting with the men
the buggy is back in the middle of the bridge.
- After Big Sam rescues Scarlett in Shantytown
there is a shot of the buggy in the distance.
Big Sam is no longer there. - chelle
- After the War has ended, when Mammy is talking
to Suellen about Mr. Kennedy's lice her dress
is in very bad condition. However, a few minutes
later, when Ashley comes home, Mammy's dress
looks much better. - chelle
- At the beginning of the movie, when Scarlett
is on the porch with the twins, she is sitting
on a pillow. You can see it when she stands
up but as she walks away it has disappeared.
- At the Bazaar, just before Dr. Meade makes
the announcement about Rhett, you can see
Scarlett and Rhett walk away from the platform.
- When Scarlett goes to the party she isn't
wearing a necklace, however, when she sneaks
away from her nap, she is suddenly wearing
one. - zooboomafoo
- (Revealing mistakes) In the scene when the
carriages are going to the BBQ at the wilkes,
the carriages disappear into the scene. -
- (Factual errors) In the opening scene George
Reeves' character says to Scarlet "And
we want all your waltzes. There's first Brent
then me then Brent then me again." Yet
according to the opening credits, the role
of Brent Tarleton is played by George Reeves.