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Mandalay (1934) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Michael Curtiz .

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Mandalay (1934)

By Angela on Nov 10, 2013 From Hollywood Revue

When gunrunner Tony Evans (Ricardo Corez) leaves his girlfriend Tanya (Kay Francis) behind for a job, he leaves her in the care of his boss Nick (Warner Oland).? Nick wants her to work at his nightclub and, feeling betrayed, Tanya initially refuses to do have anything to do with Nick and his club.? ... Read full article


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Spot White: Life didn't mean a thing to me till I met you; now it means everything. There isn't anything in it that isn't you. That's why... sometimes I'm afraid of the future, afraid that I may lose you.
Tony Evans: Darling, no one should mean that much to you. There's nothing more uncertain than the life of a man like me. You're so young and so beautiful, and you will be for a long time to come. Remember, no matter what happens, I want you to promise you'll keep your chin up. Promise? Always keep your chin up.


[last lines]
Mrs. George Peters: Yoo hoo! I was just sayin' to George, I mustn't forget to say goodbye to that nice Miss Lang. You poor darling, we've been so worried about'cha. Course we knew all the time you were perfectly innocent, didn't we, George?
[he nods]
Mrs. George Peters: Why, I told him you wouldn't kill a fly.
Spot White: [demurely] Thank you.
Mrs. George Peters: Well goodbye, my dear.
Mr. George Peters: If you ever come to Topeka, why...
Mrs. George Peters: Come along, George.
Mr. George Peters: Did I say sumpin' wrong?
Mrs. George Peters: No. Don't brag about Topeka.
[Two-shot of Gregory and Tanya, aka Spot White, heading off to the "interior" to fight the dreaded Black Fever. Then closeup on Tanya, looking brave and noble]


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