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  1. Madeleine (1950) It was a struggle but I made it through this. A plodding retelling of an actual murder case that occurred in Scotland in 1857. Directed by David Lean with Ann Todd, his wife, in the the lead role. It is certainly competent enough overall, maybe better than that even, and surely played better in its own day that it did me. The action of the novel made me think of a subplot in Anthony Trollope's Palliser novel The Prime Minister, in which a bounder/adventurer/foreigne seeks to marry the daughter of a rich nobleman. Not an uncommon situation in Victorian-Era intrigue and I have
  2. Woody Allen was in RADIO DAYS with Julie Kavner
  3. Annie Hall not referencing the voice over ; Woody's character eyes the audience (camera) and says, "Okay, what do you expect, it's my first attempt ... " (approximate quote) next : triangle
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