In the book, "Gone With The Wind," the Remington Revolver that Scarlett O'Hara shot the Union Deserter with, belonged to her late husband, who had gone to war, only to be felled by a disease. He had begat a son with her soon after their marriage, but this fact was glossed over in the movie! As some of you have said, "Hollyweird!" In the book, at the sound of the shot,the children run toward the house, but Mrs. Melanie Wilkes, who helped Scarlett drag the body away, ran to the door, and said to Scarlett's infant son, something like,"Don't worry, your mommy was playing with your Dear Pappa's pistol and it went off!" Another example of how Hollywood will completely, "Muck up," a perfectly good story due to a director's whim. They have made THREE versions of Jack Schaefer's book, "Monte Walsh! In each case they have fouled the story up! In all three Films, they have made Monte's sidekick, Chet Rollins, into a storekeeper, but then have him murdered by former Slash Y cowboy's. IN the book, The Honorable Chester A Rollins was the last, or almost last survivor of the Slash Y Outfit, and the book ends with him sitting by Monte's grave, pondering on all the friends who have passed on in one way or another. His last words as he sits there are: "It's a lonely old world!