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Mollie Malloy (Character)
from His Girl Friday (1940)

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His Girl Friday -- An unscrupulous newspaper editor (Cary Grant) uses every dirty trick in the book to stop his ace reporter/ex-wife (Rosalind Russell) from remarrying and moving to Albany. Directed by Howard Hawks.
His Girl Friday -- Trailer for this classic black and white comedy

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Alternate Names:
Molly Malloy

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  1. The Front Page (1974) Played by Carol Burnett
  2. The Front Page (1970) (TV) Played by Estelle Parsons

  3. The Front Page (1948) (TV) Played by Marjorie Gordon (as Molly Malloy)
  4. The Front Page (1945) (TV) Played by Helene Reynolds
  5. His Girl Friday (1940) Played by Helen Mack
    ... aka "Howard Hawks' His Girl Friday" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)

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From The Front Page (1974)
Earl Williams: You don't have to answer this, Mollie, but is it true what they said in the papers?
Mollie Malloy: Is what true?
Earl Williams: That you were going to marry me on the gallows.
Mollie Malloy: Well, if it's in the papers, it must be true. They wouldn't print a lie.
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