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I had to watch this film in "Life and Families" class in high school, so it almost has to earn my lowest vote. I remember Holliman saying to Lange, "I can tell about a woman by looking at her feet." There was even a class discussion about it, and all I could think was, "This was a terrible film -- there's nothing more to discuss."
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