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Harry Lime (Character)
from The Third Man (1949)

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The Third Man -- Arriving in Vienna, Holly Martins learns that his friend Harry Lime, who has invited him, recently died in a car accident.

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  1. "The Third Man"
        - The Luck of Harry Lime (1965) TV episode, Played by Michael Rennie
        - Man at the Top (1965) TV episode, Played by Michael Rennie
        - The House of Bon Bons (1965) TV episode, Played by Michael Rennie
        - The Trial of Harry Lime (1965) TV episode, Played by Michael Rennie
        - Proxy Fight (1965) TV episode, Played by Michael Rennie
          (72 more)

  2. The Third Man (1949) Played by Orson Welles
    ... aka "The 3rd Man" - USA (poster title)

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From "The Third Man: Toys of the Dead (#2.10)" (1959)
Batlivenga: My dear Mr. Lime, you are wounded.
Harry Lime: I wouldn't worry about it, Batlivenga.
Batlivenga: You are accident prone, perhaps? I have known this before in people. In such cases, the senses warn the brain repeatedly of danger, but the brain takes no notice - rejects the message. The result: accident, injury, and if the condition persists, loss of life. It's virutally a disease.
Harry Lime: Then stay away from me, Batlivenga. It may well be catching.
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