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Macaulay Connor (Character)
from The Philadelphia Story (1940)
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- The Philadelphia Story (1959) (TV) Played by Christopher Plummer (as Mike Connor)
- "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
- The Philadelphia Story (1959) TV episode, Played by David Knight (as Macaulay 'Mike' Connor)
- High Society (1956) Played by Frank Sinatra (as Mike Connor)
- "The Best of Broadway"
- The Philadelphia Story (1954) TV episode, Played by Richard Carlson (as Mike Connor)
- "Robert Montgomery Presents"
- The Philadelphia Story (1950) TV episode, Played by Richard Derr (as Macaulay 'Mike' Connor)
- The Philadelphia Story (1940) Played by James Stewart
Macaulay Connor: Tracy.
Tracy Lord: What do you want?
Macaulay Connor: You're wonderful. There's a magnificence in you, Tracy.
Tracy Lord: Now I'm getting self-conscious. It's funny. I - Mike? Let's...
Macaulay Connor: Yeah?
Tracy Lord: I don't know - go up, I guess, it's late.
Macaulay Connor: A magnificence that comes out of your eyes, in your voice, in the way you stand there, in the way you walk. You're lit from within, Tracy. You've got fires banked down in you, hearth-fires and holocausts.
Tracy Lord: I don't seem to you made of bronze?
Macaulay Connor: No, you're made out of flesh and blood. That's the blank, unholy surprise of it. You're the golden girl, Tracy. Full of life and warmth and delight. What goes on? You've got tears in your eyes.
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