Today marks the 70th anniversary of the release of Gone With the Wind, the epic drama chronicling the Civil War from the point of view of Southern heroine (and, I would argue, reformed spoiled brat, Scarlett O'Hara). The most popular film ever made, it was adapted by Sidney Howard from Margaret Mitchell's novel of the same name. The film won 10 Academy Awards, and while it featured fine performances by Vivian Leigh and Clark Gable, its unexamined take on racism makes it rather hard for me to watch. However, stills from the movie offer some beautiful examples of traditional Southern interior design. After you're done, make sure to take this Scarlett O'Hara quiz!