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John Cedar (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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Alternate Names:
Chuck Cedar

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Feature:
  1. Mr. Deeds (2002) Played by Peter Gallagher (as Chuck Cedar)

  2. Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936) Played by Douglass Dumbrille

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From Mr. Deeds Goes to Town (1936)
Cornelius Cobb: [Approaching a Vermont farmer who is busy unloading boxes] Good morning!
Farmer: Morning, neighbors. 'Morning.
Cornelius Cobb: A...
[farmer walks away with a box]
Cornelius Cobb: That's an excellent start. At least we've broken the ice.
John Cedar: [the farmer returns] I say, my friend, do you know a fellow by the name of Longfellow Deeds?
Farmer: Deeds?
John Cedar: Yes.
Farmer: Yes, sir. Yes, indeedy. Everyone knows Deeds.
John Cedar: Yeah, we...
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