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Jane Deborah Hilton (Character)
from Since You Went Away (1944)
Mrs. Anne Hilton: [Brig is sleeping on the elderly woman on train] I'm afraid she's awfully heavy for you.
Elderly Woman on Train: Oh, no. She's so like my granddaughter. I love holding her.
Mrs. Anne Hilton: Is she about the same age?
Elderly Woman on Train: No. Mary is almost 30 now. She's a nurse. Here, let me show you her picture.
[opens a locket around her neck]
Mrs. Anne Hilton: Oh, she's pretty! Where is she now?
Elderly Woman on Train: I really don't know. You see, she was at Corregidor.
Mrs. Anne Hilton: Oh, I'm so sorry.
Jane Deborah Hilton: Mother, won't you let me do something now? Can't I -
Mrs. Anne Hilton: Oh, Jane, please, darling, not again. I'm so hot and so tired.
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