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Hurry Sundown (1967) was a Drama Film directed by Otto Preminger and produced by Otto Preminger.

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Julie Ann Warren: It wasn't until I was ten years old that I realized that "damn" and "Yankee" were two separate words!

[Rose and Julie converse while Julie's child rests in Rose's arms]
Julie Ann Warren: Ah declare, Rose. Ah never saw him take to anyone like he does to you.
Rose Scott: Chillun' know who loves 'em.
Julie Ann Warren: Oh sometimes, Rose, Ah think you just about invented love.

Rose Scott: Sometin's ailin' you, Reeve.
Reeve Scott: No, Mama.
Rose Scott: Well, sometin's hasn't changed your mood since breakfast. Tell me.
Reeve Scott: Mama, you better dan anyo' dat radar dey had out in de Souf Pacific.
Rose Scott: I don' know nothin' 'bout radar, but I know when sometin's plaguin' ma chile.

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National Catholic Office of Motion Pictures gave the movie a "C" (condemned) rating, saying "superficial and patronizing in its treatment of racial attitudes and tensions, this melodramatic depiction of life in a small Southern town during the 1940s is also prurient and demeaning in its approach to sex."
Then-Governor George Wallace refused permission to allow Otto Preminger to shoot the film in his state of Alabama.
Film critic Rex Reed interviewed Otto Preminger and the cast during the filming in the summer of 1966 and was given a bit part in the film as a farmer.
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