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Miranda Sampson (Character)
from Harper (1966)

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Harper -- Down on his luck and almost broke, Harper takes a job finding the missing husband of Elaine Sampson. But what should be a simple case takes Harper on a downward spiral.

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  1. Harper (1966) Played by Pamela Tiffin
    ... aka "The Moving Target" - Ireland (English title) (imdb display title), UK

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From Harper (1966)
Miranda Sampson: My stepmother, Lady Macbeth, is always going to extremes.
Lew Harper: Meaning me, Miss Sampson? I'm a very moderate-type fellow.
Miranda Sampson: Not you, especially. *Everything* she does is extreme. Other women fall off horses without getting paralyzed. Not Elaine. I think it's psychological, don't you
Allan Taggert, Sampson's Pilot: You've been reading too many books.
Miranda Sampson: That's something they'll never accuse *you* of. She's not a raving beauty anymore.
Lew Harper: [disinterested] Can I have a sandwich?
Miranda Sampson: Yes. So she retired from competition. Falling off the horse gave her the chance to do it. For all I know, she did it intentionally. And you've got to admit, it's pretty extreme, hiring a private detective when your husband's been gone just one night.
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