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Romance In Manhattan - Plot
... He asks the police officer Murphy (J ... The two women ask the landlady if Novak is living in Sylvia's apartment ... The judge (Oscar Apfel) says she is 19 and asks about Novak, who explains the situation is innocent ...
You'll Never Get Away From Me - Plot
... But when they ask her if she loves George, the readout spikes ... When he asks why she didn't pass her test, she admits she might have feelings for him after all ... confronts her, she admits she did it, and asks how he can be with someone new if he still loves her ...
Dugall Quin - Synopsis
... dress she answers that she likes him and asks how he likes her in her fine clothing he likes her and asks her to come with him ... Her father asks her not to go ...
The Blue Light - Synopsis
... Encountering the cottage of a witch, he asks her for lodging ... This takes so long that he must stay another night, and in return she asks him to chop her wood ... He first asks to be led out of the well, then for the witch to be taken to jail and hanged ...
Gideon: Tuba Warrior - Plot
... Pirates), the Pirates read the letter, which asks, in essence, whether to trust God ... Muller's (Archibald Asparagus) orphanage and asks him non-sense questions ("Is it true you are running a school for alien dolphins?", "This is a turkey with the head of a cat") until he comes in ... and I scream like a girl too." Gideon then asks for the miracle of a wet fleece and dry ground, which when the sign is complete, asks for another sign that the fleece be dry and the ...

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