Carke Gable died on November 16, 1960 from a sudden heart attack just months after finishing his final film at the age of 59-years-old. Gable was known as “The King of Hollywood” with a legendary career spanning both stage and screen. His most iconic role is undoubtedly Rhett Butler, the charismatic carpet-bagger from the 1939 classic Gone With The Wind.
In this infamous scene Rhett and Scarlett banter about Parisian fashion before sharing a tender moment that Rhett cuts short. There’s a good reason why Gone With The Wind is considered to be one of the greatest films ever made.