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Debbie Edwards (Character)
from The Searchers (1956)

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The Searchers -- As a Civil War veteran spends years searching for a young niece captured by Indians, his motivation becomes increasingly questionable.

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Biography:
Debbie provides the damsel in distress for 'The Searchers'... See more »
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Younger Debbie Edwards

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  1. The Searchers (1956) Played by Natalie Wood / Lana Wood (as Younger Debbie Edwards)
Archive Footage:
  1. Images of Indians: How Hollywood Stereotyped the Native American (2003) (TV) Played by Natalie Wood
  2. A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies (1995) (TV) Played by Natalie Wood
  3. Hollywood Mavericks (1990) Played by Natalie Wood

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Quotes:
From The Searchers (1956)
[first lines]
[seeing a horseman in the distance]
Aaron Edwards: Ethan?
Debbie Edwards: Hush, Prince.
Lucy Edwards: That's your Uncle Ethan!
Martha Edwards: [he approaches] Welcome home, Ethan!
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