One Of The Top 10 Movies Where the Supporting Actor Deserved All the Spotlight

Gone With The Wind 1939

Frankly, my dear, while Clark Gable and Vivien Leigh dominated the screen as Rhett and Scarlett, it was Hattie McDaniel’s turn as Mammy that brought an invaluable dose of grounded realism to this Southern epic. She became the first African American to win an Oscar for her compelling performance.

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