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Andy's Mini-Reviews

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THE DARK CORNER (1946)

Hardy Cathcart (Clifton Webb): “How I detest the dawn. The grass always looks like it's been left out all night.”

Bradford Galt (Mark Stevens): “I can be framed easier than ‘Whistler's Mother.’”

Kathleen (Lucille Ball): “You should have William Powell for a secretary.”
Galt: “William Powell? Who's he?”
Kathleen (Lucille Ball): “Don't ya ever go to the movies? He's a detective, in ‘The Thin Man.’”

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