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Margaret Bourke-White (Character)
from Gandhi (1982)

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Margaret Bourke White


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  1. Skinny and Cat (????) Played by Rachel Weisz (as Margaret Bourke White)

  2. Margaret Bourke-White (1989) (TV) Played by Farrah Fawcett
    ... aka "Double Exposure: The Story of Margaret Bourke-White" - USA (video title)
  3. Gandhi (1982) Played by Candice Bergen
    ... aka "Richard Attenborough's Film: Gandhi" - USA (complete title)

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From Gandhi (1982)
Margaret Bourke-White: Do you really believe you could use non-violence against someone like Hitler?
Gandhi: [thinks] Not without defeats, and great pain. But are there no defeats in war? No pain? What you cannot do is accept injustice. From Hitler, or anyone. You must make the injustice visible, and be prepared to die like a soldier to do so.
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