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Hildegarde Withers (Character)
from A Very Missing Person (1972) (TV)
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- A Very Missing Person (1972) (TV) Played by Eve Arden
- Forty Naughty Girls (1937) Played by Zasu Pitts
- The Plot Thickens (1936) Played by Zasu Pitts
- Murder on a Bridle Path (1936) Played by Helen Broderick
- Murder on a Honeymoon (1935) Played by Edna May Oliver
- Murder on the Blackboard (1934) Played by Edna May Oliver
- Penguin Pool Murder (1932) Played by Edna May Oliver (as Miss Hildegarde Withers)
... aka "The Penguin Pool Murder" - USA (review title)
Oscar Piper: You were the only one besides Schweitzer who knew she had the lottery ticket. You planned the whole thing.
Jane Davis: I didn't! I tell you, I didn't!
Oscar Piper: You murdered your best friend for a mere Sweepstakes prize.
Hildegarde Withers: A mere Sweepstakes prize of $50,000. Ha! I'd murder some people I know for 50 cents.
Oscar Piper: Ah, the French secret police are now wit' us. I gave orders for the teachers to be here at 9. It's now 10.
Hildegarde Withers: Ten AFTER ten, Inspector.
Oscar Piper: Something important kept you, I suppose.
Hildegarde Withers: Just the solution of the murder, that's all.
Oscar Piper: Oh, that's fine. Everybody all rounded up now, I take it?
Hildegarde Withers: Well, I haven't rounded up a lot of helpless women for browbeating, anyway.
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