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Somerset Maugham (Character)
from The Razor's Edge (1946)

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The Razor's Edge -- A young man returns home from WWI questioning his values and is crushed when he learns his fiance has married someone else.  He falls in love with another woman who is an alcoholic, but his ex-fiance ruins that relationship.

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Alternate Names:
W. Somerset Maugham

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  1. "The Winds of War"
    ... aka "Herman Wouk's The Winds of War" - USA (complete title)
        - The Changing of the Guard (1983) TV episode, Played by Duncan Ross

  2. "Lillie"
        - Fifty Cents a Dance (1978) TV episode, Played by Patrick Marley
  3. Ziegfeld: The Man and His Women (1978) (TV) Played by David Griffiths

  4. The Razor's Edge (1946) Played by Herbert Marshall (as W. Somerset Maugham)
    ... aka "W. Somerset Maugham's The Razor's Edge" - USA (complete title)

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From The Razor's Edge (1946)
Isabel Bradley: [Referring to Sophie MacDonald] She's an awful woman. She's bad, bad, bad! She's soused from morning to night.
W. Somerset Maugham: That doesn't necessarily mean she's bad. Quite a number of respectable citizens get drunk and do silly things... I call a person bad who lies and cheats and is unkind.
Isabel Bradley: If you're going to take her part, I'll kill you.
W. Somerset Maugham: I'd prefer it if you gave me a cup of tea.
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