One of TV’s funniest sketches aired on The Carol Burnett Show over 40 years ago.

The Carol Burnett Show aired a sketch comedy segment in 1976 that is now regarded as a comedic masterpiece. The skit is still hilarious today. The song “Went With The Wind” is a parody of the film “Gone With The Wind.”

In the hilarious parody, Burnett plays Scarlett O’Hara, Harvey Korman plays Rhett Butler, Tim Conway plays Ashley Wilkes, and Vicki Lawrence plays the Sissy.

The scene with Scarlett’s curtain-rod dress, which Burnett wears at the end of the sketch, is perhaps the most memorable. The live audience laughed so hard when Burnett made her entrance and walked down the stairs that they had to cut it out due to time constraints (it’s included in the video below).

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