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Great Expectations (1946)

John Mills, Anthony Wager, Valerie Hobson, Jean Simmons, Bernard Miles, Francis L. Sullivan, Finlay Currie, Martita Hunt, Alec Guinness, Ivor Barwick
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Orphan Pip lays flowers at the grave of his parents in a graveyard. (0:02)

Pip returns to the graveyard. (0:11, 0:15)

Blacksmith Joe asks his wife (Pip’s sister), “But she’s mad, ain’t she.”
Mrs. Joe: “She may be mad, but she’s rich enough to make the boys fortune.” (0:20)

Pip: “Three months later my sister became ill and was laid to rest in the churchyard on the marshes.” (0:33)

Estella tell Pip, “Perhaps that’s why I have no memory.” (1:05)

Pip tells Wemmick, “I am very anxious.”
Wemmick’s aged father laughs inappropriately. (1:29)

Convict turned sheep farmer Abel dies, Pip at his side. (1:48)

References in The Long Day Closes, Viva la Libertà.