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Harry (Character)
from The Ladykillers (1955)

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The Ladykillers -- A gang finds itself living with a little old lady, who thinks they are musicians. When the gang sets out to kill Mrs. Wilberforce, they run into one problem after another, and they get what they deserve.

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  1. The Ladykillers (1955) Played by Peter Sellers

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From The Ladykillers (1955)
Claude: [the gang is waiting inside the car for One-Round, whose cello case is caught in the crack of the front door of Mrs. Wilberforce's flat] What is that moron playing at?
One-Round: [Yelling] It's stuck in the door. The case is stuck...
Harry: [Interrupts] Well, ring the bell, brains. Don't just stand there.
Harry: [One-Round rings the bell] Thank you.
Professor Marcus: [One-Round keeps tugging at the cello case while Mrs. Wilberforce approaches the door to answer it. All of a sudden, because of One-Round's constant tugging, the cello case rips open, causing all of the banknotes inside of it to flutter out just when Mrs. Wilberforce opens the door and catches him in the act. Seconds later, everyone in the car quickly comes out to help One-Round stuff all of the banknotes back into the case. Professor Marcus tries to put everything at ease] It's all right, Mrs. Wilberforce. Everything's under control. Goodbye.
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