Vivien Leigh napping on the set of "Gone With the Wind" in 1939.
1939 when Vivien Leigh took a nap on the set of Gone with the Wind. This was the first film in color to win an Academy Award. Though things were sometimes rocky on set.
Leigh hated kissing Clark Gable because she said he had bad breath. It didn't help matters that Gable would sometimes eat garlic before his kissing scenes with her.
Barbara O'Neil, who played Leigh's mother was 28 at the time, while Leigh was only 25.