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Louise 'Babe' Bennett (Character)
from Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)

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Mr. Deeds Goes to Town -- A reluctant millionaire (Gary Cooper) is declared insane when he announces that he'll give his fortune away to America's poor. Oscar(r)-winning direction by Frank Capra.

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Babe Bennett

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  1. Mr. Deeds (2002) Played by Winona Ryder (as Babe Bennett)

  2. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936) Played by Jean Arthur (as Babe Bennett)

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From Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)
Louise "Babe" Bennett: Mabel, that guy's either the dumbest, stupidest or the most imbecilic idiot in the world or else he's the grandest thing alive. I can't make him out... I'm crucifying him.
Mabel Dawson: People have been crucified before.
Louise "Babe" Bennett: Why? Why do we have to do it?
Mabel Dawson: You started out to be a successful newspaper woman, didn't ya?...
Louise "Babe" Bennett: Here's a guy that's wholesome and fresh. To us, he looks like a freak. Do you know what he told me tonight? He said when he gets married, he wants to carry his bride over the threshold in his arms... I tried to laugh, but I couldn't. It stuck in my throat... He's got goodness, Mabel. Do you know what that is?... No, of course you don't. We've forgotten. We're too busy being smart alecks. Too busy in a crazy competition for nothing.
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