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Andy's Mini-Reviews

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SORRY, WRONG NUMBER (1948)

Henry Stevenson (Burt Lancaster) to wife Leona (Barbara Stanwyck): “I want you to do something. I want you to get yourself out of the bed, and get over to the window and scream as loud as you can. Otherwise you only have another three minutes to live.”

1 comment:

Rrramone said...

This was one of Mom's favorite movies...