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

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Gandhi -- A biography of Mahatma Gandhi, the lawyer who became the famed leader of the Indian revolts against the British through his philosophy of non-violent protest.
Gandhi -- Clip: He is coming
Gandhi -- Clip: Lie down

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Margaret Bourke-White (/brkhwat/; June 14, 1904 August 27... See more »
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Margaret Bourke White


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  1. Margaret Bourke-White (1989) (TV) Played by Farrah Fawcett
    ... aka "Double Exposure: The Story of Margaret Bourke-White" - USA (video title)
  1. 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: [interviewing Ba in prison] Is it hard, being separated this way?
Kasturba Gandhi: Yes. But we see each other in the day.
Margaret Bourke-White: But not at night?
Kasturba Gandhi: In Hindu philosophy the way to God is to free yourself of possessions, and the passions that inflame anger and jealousy. Bapu has always struggled to find the way to God.
Margaret Bourke-White: You mean he gave up... married life?
Kasturba Gandhi: Four times he tried, and failed. But then he took a solemn vow.
Margaret Bourke-White: And he has never broken it?
Kasturba Gandhi: Not yet.
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