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My Darling Clementine (1946): " "As late as the 1940s, America could imagine itself as a very small country"
Notes: Seen via Netflix after ignoring it for 3 months. Sweet and sad. Part of my dual quest to view the entire AFI 400 and all of the movies in Roger Ebert's Great Movies series.
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