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Mary McLeod (Character)
from Detective Story (1951)

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Alternate Names:
Mary McLaren

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  1. "Au théâtre ce soir"
        - Histoire d'un détective (1972) TV episode, Played by Nicole Maurey (as Mary McLaren)
  2. Detective Story (1970) (TV) Played by Graziella Galvani

  3. Polizeirevier 21 (1968) (TV) Played by Dinah Berger
  4. Detective Story (1963) (TV) Played by Margit Ensinger

  5. Detective Story (1951) Played by Eleanor Parker
    ... aka "William Wyler's Production of Sidney Kingsley's Detective Story" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)

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From Detective Story (1951)
Detective James McLeod: At an autopsy the other day I watched the medical examiner saw off the top of a man's skull, take out the brain and hold it in his hand.
[holds out his hand]
Detective James McLeod: Like that.
Mary McLeod: Why are you telling me this?
Detective James McLeod: Because I'd give my soul to take out my brain, hold it under the faucet and wash away the dirty pictures you put there tonight.
Mary McLeod: Dirty pictures?
Detective James McLeod: Yes!
Mary McLeod: Oh, I see. I see. Yes, that would be fine... if we could. But when you wash away what I may have put there, you'll find you've a rotten spot in your brain, Jim. And it's growing. I know, I've watched it.
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