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Oh my goodness! I this is one of my favorite scenes in the movie. Scarlett is all of a sudden a widow, and doesn't really care. She is allowed to go to the ball but has to still stay in her mourning clothes and she and Rhett create quite a stir when they dance.
This doll is made by Madame Alexander and still has the original tag on her arm and also you can see the tag inside the gown. She also still has her little purse on her arm as well as her feathered veil. She is missing one shoe but that is all. Also, if it happens to turn up here, I will certainly mail it to you in the future. She has been in a non smoking environment and is in really good condition. No marks, tears, etc. that I can find at all. She is 8" tall and will be a delightful reminder of the movie classic and for your collection or for that 'perfect' little girl to play with.

GWTW Scarlett O'Hara Madame Alexander Doll 'At the Ball' in her mourning dress.


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: doll
  • Only ships within United States.
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