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Anna Sage (Character)
from Dillinger (1973)

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Alternate Names:
Lady in Red / Mildred Jaunce / Nellie / The Lady in Red


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  1. Public Enemies (2009) Played by Branka Katic
  2. Crime Wave: 18 Months of Mayhem (2008) (TV) Played by Mandi Lawson

  3. The Woman in Red (1997) Played by Elena Albu
    ... aka "Femeia în rosu" - Romania (original title)
  4. Dillinger and Capone (1995) (V) Played by Debi A. Monahan (as Lady in Red)
  5. Dillinger (1991) (TV) Played by Lucy Childs

  6. The Lady in Red (1979) Played by Louise Fletcher
    ... aka "Guns, Sin and Bathtub Gin" - USA (reissue title)
    ... aka "Touch Me and Die" - USA (reissue title)
  7. "Love, American Style"
        - Love and the Cozy Comrades/Love and the Flunky/Love and the Hoodwinked Honey/Love and the Secret Spouse (1973) TV episode, Played by Bernadette Peters (as Nellie)
  8. Dillinger (1973) Played by Cloris Leachman
  9. Appointment with Destiny: The Last Days of John Dillinger (1971) (TV) Played by Diana Webster (as The Lady in Red)

  10. Guns Don't Argue (1960) Played by Ann Morriss (as Mildred Jaunce)
  11. Dillinger (1960) (TV) Played by Jane Rose

  12. The FBI Story (1959) Played by Jean Willes
  13. "Gang Busters"
    ... aka "Captured" - USA (alternative title)
    ... aka "Gangbusters" - USA (DVD box title)
        - Dillinger (1952) TV episode, Played by Ann Morriss (as Mildred Jaunce)

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From "Gang Busters: Dillinger (#2.4)" (1952)
Mildred Jaunce: Let's not be childish, John. I like you because I like your money and because you fascinate me a little, like a deadly snake always coiled to strike.
John Dillinger: A snake? You know, that's wonderful! I swear that you'll be the death of me.
Mildred Jaunce: If you ever flex your muscle at me again, John, it will be the death of you.
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