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Scandal at Scourie (1953) was a Drama Film directed by Jean Negulesco and produced by Edwin H. Knopf.

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Mrs. Victoria McChesney: [Mrs. McChesney is explaining to her adopted daughter why a little boy at school called her a bast---] That word at school. It frightened you, didn't it? Do you know what it means?
[Patsy shakes her head]
Mrs. Victoria McChesney: And still it frightens you?
Patsy: I know it's bad.
Mrs. Victoria McChesney: Well, now, it's not really bad at all! Some people think it's bad just because they don't understand. You see, Patsy, what happened was that a lovely young girl met a handsome young man and they fell in love, but for some reason they couldn't get married. I don't know what the reason was, and it doesn't matter, but their sin is not yours, and they're paying for it terribly.
Patsy: How?
Patsy: Because they haven't got you, sweetheart.

Mrs. Victoria McChesney: Mr. McChesney always uses a long word whenever he can avoid a short one.

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