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Gone with the Wind (1939) was the first official movie that someone swore in. The very last line in the movie "Frankly my dear, I don't give a dahm."

The very first movie to ever swear was The Big Trail (1930) starring John Wayne. It wasn't as popular as Gone with the Wind hense forth no one really knew about it. "They always told me Women were dahm funny."

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South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut (399 times).

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"Gone with the Wind" - the word "damn" at the end of the movie cost David O. Selznick a $500 fine from censors.

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The South Park movie. I believe it has 399 swear words.

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damn in gone with the wind

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Gone With The Wind

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Vintage news articles from the museum’s newspaper and magazine archives were requested by the network specifically pertaining to the 1916 Douglas Fairbanks comedy, The Habit of Happiness – reportedly the first Hollywood film to contain a curse word. And this was in the silent days before spoken dialogue!

Although there are no swear words in the printed title cards, Fairbanks reportedly swore up a blue streak in one particular scene, sparking a nationwide lip-reading movie controversy.

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