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Angie Lowe (Character)
from Hondo (1953)

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Alternate Names:
Angie Dow

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  1. "Hondo"
        - Hondo and the Rebel Hat (1967) TV episode, Played by Kathie Browne (as Angie Dow)
        - Hondo and the Apache Trail (1967) TV episode, Played by Kathie Browne (as Angie Dow)
        - Hondo and the Gladiators (1967) TV episode, Played by Kathie Browne (as Angie Dow)
        - Hondo and the Hanging Town (1967) TV episode, Played by Kathie Browne (as Angie Dow)
        - Hondo and the Death Drive (1967) TV episode, Played by Kathie Browne (as Angie Dow)
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  2. Hondo (1953) Played by Geraldine Page
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  1. Hondo and the Apaches (1967) (TV) Played by Kathie Browne (as Angie Dow)

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Quotes:
From Hondo (1953)
Hondo Lane: Mrs. Lowe, you're a liar. And an almighty poor liar.
Angie Lowe: I don't understand.
Hondo Lane: These horses haven't been shod in a couple of months. It's a cinch that ax hasn't had an edge on it in two months. And your tea can - a five-pound tea can in your house - is empty. Your husband's been gone a long time.
Angie Lowe: Now look here, Mr. Lane, I don't think you have any right to talk...
Hondo Lane: I'm not talkin' about rights, I'm talkin' about lies. Why'd you lie to me, Mrs Lowe? Were you afraid that maybe you wouldn't be safe here with me with your husband away? That it?
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