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After Tomorrow (1932) was a Drama Film directed by Frank Borzage .

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Sidney Taylor: Where's the bug powder, Ma?
Else Taylor: It doesn't do any good. The people upstairs have been sending the same roaches down here so many years, I'm beginning to recognize them.


Else Taylor: I've worked and slaved for you and him from the day that you were born.
Sidney Taylor: Well, I didn't ask to be born.
Else Taylor: And I didn't want you.
Sidney Taylor: Oh, Mother. Don't!
Else Taylor: I didn't want a baby. I was only a kid myself. I've never had any fun. I was never in love with your father, and I hated having you.
Sidney Taylor: Stop it! Stop it! You don't know what you're saying!
Else Taylor: Oh yes I do. You and your father have never known me. I've always been a stranger to you. Go to your father. You're his, not mine. He's the one who wanted you - not me.


Betty: Say, it's getting so that two people can't neck in public without being stepped on!


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