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Secret Beyond the Door... (1947) Poster

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Celia Lamphere: Long ago I read a book that told the meaning of dreams. It said that if a girl dreams of a boat or a ship she will reach a safe harbor, but if she dreams of daffodils she is in great danger. But this is no time for me to think of danger. This is my wedding day.

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Mark Lamphere: Twentieth-century sleeping beauty. Wealthy, American girl who's lived her life wrapped in cotton wool, but she wants to wake up. Maybe she can.

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Mark Lamphere: There's something in your face that I saw once before in South Dakota. Wheat country. Cyclone weather. Just before the cyclone, the air has a stillness. A flat, gold, shimmering stillness. You have it in your face - the same hush before the storm and when you smile it's like the first breath of wind bending down the wheat.

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Celia Lamphere: Suddenly I'm afraid. I'm marrying a stranger, a man I don't know at all.

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Mark Lamphere: That night, you killed the root of the evil in me, but I still have a long way to go.

Celia Lamphere: We have a long way to go!

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