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I Am Anne Frank: Part 1 

A new patient claiming to be Anne Frank exposes Arden's past. Kit learns why Grace was admitted to Briarcliff.

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
... Dr. Oliver Thredson
... Monsignor Timothy Howard
... Lana Winters
... Kit Walker
... Sister Mary Eunice McKee
... Grace Bertrand
... Dr. Arthur Arden
... Sister Jude Martin
... Shelley
... Frank McCann
... Alma Walker
... Billy
... Mother Superior Claudia
... Detective Byers
... Detective Connors
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A new arrival at Briarcliff Manor claims to be Anne Frank. She stabbed a man who made an anti-Semitic remark. When she sees Dr. Arden, she accuses him of being a doctor who worked at Auschwitz. Sister Jude is at first dismissive but soon begins to believe her. Arden gets help from a most unexpected source. Meanwhile, Kit tells Grace what Dr. Arden has been doing to him and she in turn tells him why she is in the hospital. She was accused of butchering her father and her stepmother after her stepsister accused her of the crime. Lana tells Dr. Thredson about their attempted escape and he offers to help her. She agrees to aversion therapy. Thredson also tells Kit that he sees no useful purpose in having him executed and is prepared to lie for him - provided he's prepared to face the truth. Written by garykmcd

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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7 November 2012 (USA)  »

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James Cromwell's real-life son, John Cromwell, plays the younger version of Arden in the black and white flashback scenes. See more »

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Dr. Arthur Arden: Go to hell.
Anne Frank: I've been there.
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Written by Soeur Sourire and Noel Regney
Performed by Soeur Sourire
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