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Edwin Flagg (Character)
from What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)

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What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- Bette Davis and Joan Crawford star in a tense drama between two sisters, one a former child star and the other a crippledex-silent star, who are bound together in hate and fear.
What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? -- Open-ended Trailer from Warner Brothers Pictures

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From What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962)
Dehlia Flagg: [after divulging the 'accident' involving the Hudson sisters] So the fine woman you've chosen to run around with turns out to be broke and a murderer as well!
Edwin Flagg: I see!
Dehlia Flagg: Well, it's true!
Edwin Flagg: All right then, if it's true I'll ask her about it when I see her again. How's that?
Dehlia Flagg: You wouldn't see a woman like that again!
Edwin Flagg: Why not, you just told me she's got a rich sister.
Dehlia Flagg: Yeah, but there's the worst of it yet!
Edwin Flagg: [sarcastically] You mean there's more?
Dehlia Flagg: Yes, there is. After she run down her sister, your precious Jane Hudson ran off and left her there to die like some poor animal. She ran off and disappeared for three whole days!
Edwin Flagg: Oh? What happened then? Don't tell me they couldn't find her.
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