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Marian Starrett (Character)
from Shane (1953)

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Marian is a wife and owns a small homestead with her husband... See more »

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  1. "Shane"
        - The Distant Bell (1966) TV episode, Played by Jill Ireland

  2. Shane (1953) Played by Jean Arthur
    ... aka "George Stevens' Production of Shane" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
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  1. America at the Movies (1976) Played by Jean Arthur

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From Shane (1953)
Marian Starrett: Isn't there anything I can say that'll change things?
Joe Starrett: Can't you see, honey, maybe this is the chance. Morgan and them boys went home
Marian Starrett: You don't really believe that. That's not the reason.
Joe Starrett: It's just too much for me to give up, this place and the valley. All the things that will be.
[Marian makes Joey leave]
Marian Starrett: It's just pride, that's all, a silly kind of pride! Don't I mean anything to you, Joe? Doesn't Joey?
Joe Starrett: Marion... Honey, it's because you mean so much to me that I've GOT to go. Do you think I could go on living with you and you thinking that I showed yella. Then, what about Joey? How do you think I'd ever explain that to him?
Marian Starrett: Oh Joe, Joe...
Joe Starrett: I've been thinkin' a lot and I know I'm kinda slow sometimes, Marion, but I see things. And I know that if... if anything happened to me that you'd be took care of, took care of better than I could do it myself. I never thought I'd live to hear myself say that, but I guess now's a pretty good time to lay things bare.
Marian Starrett: It's as though I'd be glad for you to go.
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