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Odd Man Out (1947) Poster

(1947)

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Inspector: In my profession there is neither good nor bad. There is innocence and guilt. That's all.

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Lukey: [about painting a portrait of the wounded Johnny McQueen] There's something to be said about him before he dies.

Tober: And about all of us.

Lukey: I understand what I see in him.

Tober: What is it?

Lukey: It's the truth about us all.

Tober: Is that all?

Lukey: He's doomed.

Tober: So are we all.

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Johnny McQueen: I remember. When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I thought as a child, I understood as a child. But when I became a man, I put way childish things. Though I speak with the tongues of men and of angels and have not charity, I am become a sounding brass or a inkling cymbal. Though I have the gift of prophecy and understand all mysteries and all knowledge and though I have all faiths so that I could remove mountains and have not charity... I am nothing.

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Inspector: I'm sorry father but it's my duty to bring this man to justice.

Father Tom: That's the duty of all of us.

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Grannie: Ere! Them's my sweets!

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Shell: Is he really dying, Tober?

Tober: We're all dying.

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Shell: [asking about faith] What is it Tober?

Tober: It's life.

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