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The Deadly Affair (1966) was a Thriller/Suspense - Drama Film directed by Sidney Lumet and produced by Sidney Lumet.

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Ann Dobbs: [shouting] How can you be so aggressive about your job and so gentle about me?
Charles Dobbs: I've always thought that... being aggressive was the way to... keep my job and being gentle was the way to keep you,
[after a reflective pause]
Charles Dobbs: Well, I've lost my job, haven't I?

Charles Dobbs: [to Elsa] What kind of daydreams did you dream, Mrs. fennan, that had so little of the world in them?

Bill Appleby: I want to live to see the advisor eating his own vomit.

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This is the only film in which siblings Corin Redgrave and Lynn Redgrave both appear.
Body count 6.
Candice Bergen was first choice as James Mason's unfaithful wife.
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