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Edge of Darkness (1943) was a Drama - War Film directed by Lewis Milestone and produced by Henry Blanke and Jack L. Warner.

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Knut Osterholm: I'm a farmer. If I lose my farm there must be a reason for it. The sacrifice of one poor village - what will it accomplish?
Gerd Bjarnesen: What sacrifice? What are you giving up? Your life? Maybe they'll take that from you whether you fight or not? Your farm? It isn't yours anyway until you fight for it. Your peace? What peace is there when a body of troops can come in the middle of the night and arrest you as a hostage. To be shot, for something you never did or never even thought of. To live in constant fear. Have blackings at your windows. Talk in whispers. Have guards at your church doors."
Jensen - Shoemaker: Do you have any more objections?

Dr. Martin Stensgard: Brogge, why don't you leave me alone?
Gunnar Brogge: You're the only doctor in town.

Dr. Martin Stensgard: Why must everything in the world be either black or white?
Karen Stensgard: Because that's the way the world is these days.

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Errol Flynn became embroiled in an infamous rape trial during the production shoot of this movie. Warner Brothers studio mogul Jack L. Warner rushed Flynn's previous film Gentleman Jim into theatrical release and even hired Flynn a lawyer.
Several cast members in studio records/casting call lists did not appear or were not identifiable in the movie. These were (with their character names, if any): Michael Mark (Fisherman), Al Bridge (Whaler), Victor Potel, Richard Kipling and Vera Lewis.
The production shoot of this movie went thirty days over schedule.
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