*Gone With The Wind*
The previously confirmed bachelor, and the headstrong, stubborn, wilful Southern belle, eventually marry and give birth to a beautiful baby girl, Bonnie. She is the joy of Rhett's life, Scarlett loves her as much as a mother could, but there were always other issues in her life that prevented her from becoming a full-time mother.
Rhett became such a responsible, caring person and so very principled after Bonnie's birth, that he became well respected around the community. All the Southern Matrons greeted him with their utmost respect, whilst giving Scarlett little more than a short nod, when the couple took their daily stroll, Rhett pushing Bonnie's pram.
Mention must be made of the film's sympathy for the dispossessed white citizens and the blind ignorance of the plight of the slaves. However, strong performances like those of Mammy and Big Sam, also bring to light, their acceptance, albeit reluctant servitude to the O'Hara's and also the recognition the family gives back to them. Even in these days, their slavery appears acceptable due to the currents running in the movie. However, if one was made like that, supposedly in the 21st century, I doubt it would pass censorship.
Mammy is the one person who is able to coerce Scarlett into doing what her family expects of her. She is also shrewd enough to understand the reason why Scarlett decides to go to Atlanta and be with her Aunt Pittypat after her first husband, Charles, is killed in the war.