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Anthony Hope (Character)
from Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)

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Anthony Hope is the alternate hero. A young sailor aboard the ship Bountiful... See more »
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From Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (1982) (TV)
Sweeney Todd: [singing] There was a barber and his wife, and she was beautiful. A foolish barber and his wife. She was his reason and his life, And she was beautiful. And she was virtuous. And he was - Naive. There was another man who saw that she was beautiful, a pious vulture of the law, who, with a gesture of his claw removed the barber from his plate. Then there was nothing but to wait and she would fall, so soft, so young, so lost, and oh, so beautiful!
Anthony Hope: [speaking] And the lady, sir-did she-succumb?
Sweeney Todd: [singing] Oh, that was many years ago... I doubt if anyone would know.
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