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Lucy Warriner (Character)
from The Awful Truth (1937)

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The Awful Truth -- The screwball antics of a couple (Irene Dunne and Cary Grant) who can't stand being married, but can't stand to see the other married to anyone else.

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Alternate Names:
Lucy Satterlee / Lucy Warriner in 'The Awful Truth'

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  1. "Robert Montgomery Presents"
        - The Awful Truth (1950) TV episode, Played by Jane Wyatt

  2. The Awful Truth (1937) Played by Irene Dunne

  3. The Awful Truth (1929) Played by Ina Claire
  4. The Awful Truth (1925) Played by Agnes Ayres (as Lucy Satterlee)
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  1. "Biography"
        - Cary Grant: Hollywood's Leading Man (1993) TV episode, Played by Irene Dunne (as Lucy Warriner in 'The Awful Truth')

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From The Awful Truth (1937)
Aunt Patsy: You know what rebound is? That business of trying to get over one love by bouncing into love with somebody else? It's fine, except the rebound is rarely the real thing. As a matter of fact, it's the bunk. There's the first bounce, then the second bounce, and, well look at me. You wind up like an old tennis ball.
Lucy Warriner: Well, I'm serious about Dan Leeson. I like him. I like him very much. I'm all through with Jerry; he doesn't mean a thing to me. I don't love him, and what's more, I probably never did. I'm sure I never loved him. Now I hate him. And that surprises you, doesn't it? I hate Jerry Warriner and I love Dan Leeson very very much and I hope he's just crazy about me because I think he's the finest man I ever met and I know, my toast is burning.
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