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25 Times Gilbert Blythe From "Anne Of Green Gables" Melted Your Heart

And was so impressed when she and Diana beat him in a three-legged race that he GAVE HER THIS ADORABLE WINK.


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PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND: Author, Lucy Maud Montgomery often visited her cousins at their farm near Cavendish. The Green Gables Heritage Place commemorates the site of the iconic house featured in the books about her beloved protagonist, “Anne with an e.” The home is open for tours, and it is decorated as it appeared at the time of the author’s stays.

Love this movie and the books even though it was really inaccurate in comparison...


Anne of Green Gables I can't believe I never read this book before. It is absolutely wonderful! Anne is so spunky and full of life. So much to take from the book in living life.

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Jonathan Crombie remembered by 'Anne of Green Gables' costar Megan Follows

To a generation of fans, the Canadian-born actor was dreamy boy-next-door Gilbert Blythe. But he was, of course, so much more as well. Here, his Anne of Green Gables costar Megan Follows shares her memories of Crombie, who died on April 15 at the age of 48.


ANNE: Thank you, for giving up the school for me, Gilbert. It’s very good of you and I want you to know that I appreciate it. GILBERT: I figure you can give me help with my work, and I’ll call it a fair exchange. ANNE: Aren’t you worried? I’m liable to break another slate over your head. GILBERT: I’m more worried I might break one over yours, Carrots.

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Megan Follows. One of my favorite stories as a child, Anne of Green Gables (and Anne of Avonlea)