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Movie quotes from The Seventh Victim

The Seventh Victim (1943) starring Kim Hunter, Jean Brooks, Hugh Beaumont, Tom Conway, by Val Lewton
Movie quotes from Val Lewton’s The Seventh Victim Nancy (Patsy Nash): Jacqueline, you’ve spoken so often of ending it all I can’t understand why this should be so difficult for you. You have only to drink a little.Esther Redi, Jacqueline’s Partner (Mary Newton): Yes, Jacqueline. You were always...
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The Leopard Man by Val Lewton

The Leopard Man - women alone the victims of a strange, savage killer - Dennis O'Keefe, Margo
Synopsis of The Leopard Man Terror filled story of an escaped leopard that terrorizes a small town. Then the leopard is found dead…  But the killings continue in The Leopard Man.
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The Seventh Victim by Val Lewton

The Seventh Victim (1943) starring Kim Hunter, Jean Brooks, Hugh Beaumont, Tom Conway, by Val Lewton
The Seventh Victim (1943) starring Kim Hunter, Jean Brooks, Hugh Beaumont, Tom Conway, by Val Lewton Synopsis of The Seventh Victim When her older sister Jacqueline disappears, Mary Gibson is forced to leave her private school and decides to travel to New York City to look for her…...
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Cat People

Cat People (1942)
movie review of Cat People –  by The Masked Reviewer In Cat People, a beautiful Serbian fashion designer Irena Dubrovna (Simone Simon) marries marine engineer Oliver Reed (Kent Smith). All is going well until the wedding night, Irena refuses to consummate her marriage to Oliver. The next day...
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Bedlam

Bedlam movie poster - Boris Karloff, Anna Lee
Bedlam (1946) written by: The Masked Reviewer After a friend of the portly aristocrat Lord Mortimer (Billy House) dies in an attempted escape from Bedlam. In order to appease the angered aristocrat, Master George Sims (Boris Karloff)  throws a party for Lord Mortimer and his friends at the...
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A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities, starring Ronald Coleman, Elizabeth Allan, Donald Woods, Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen, Blanche Yurka, Basil Rathbone
A Tale of Two Cities (1935), starring Ronald Colman,  Elizabeth Allan,  Donald Woods,  Edna May Oliver,  Reginald Owen,  Blanche Yurka,  Basil Rathbone Synopsis of  A Tale of Two Cities  A Tale of Two Cities (1935)  “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times….” Charles...
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