‘Gone With the Wind’ actress Cammie King Conlon dies at the age of 76 years

September 3rd, 2010 - 10:04 pm ICT by Aishwarya Bhatt  

cammie-book Fort Bragg, Sep 3 (THAINDIAN NEWS) The ‘Gone with the Wind’ actress Cammie King Conlon has died. She was 76 years old. In the legendary movie, she had enacted the character of Rhett Butler and Scarlett O’Hara’s daughter. She was barely 4 years at the time, when the movie on the iconic novel was filmed.

According to reports, Cammie died on Wednesday morning at her abode in Fort Bragg. She was suffering lung cancer at the time of her death.

When she was just a toddler, then she was selected to portray the character of Bonnie Blue, who was the daughter of Rhea Butler and Scarlett O’Hara. Even though she had a handful of scenes in the movies, yet she was paid a handsome amount of $1000 for her acting skills.

And when she was 7 years old, then she also lent her voice to the character of doe Faline in the Walt Disney movie ‘Bambi’. However after that, she stopped acting and distanced herself from the industry. However her Gone with the Wind days were the highpoint of her life, and she penned down her memoir, which is aptly called – ‘Bonnie Blue Butler: A Gone With The Wind Memoir’.

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