The Great Sinner (1949) was a Drama Film directed by Robert Siodmak and produced by Gottfried Reinhardt.
THE GREAT SINNER ( 1949 )By Crystal Kalyana on Apr 4, 2015 From In The Good Old Days Of Classic Hollywood
STAR OF THE MONTH: MELVYN DOUGLAS THE GREAT SINNER ( 1949 ) When it was announced that Melvyn Douglas is the chosen star of the month for April, I automatically chose to write about “The Great Sinner”, and it’s rather obvious why, because the charming and ever lovely Ethel Barrymor... Read full article
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Fedja: All right, if you insist. To one of the most corrupt women I've ever met.
Pauline Ostrovsky: Corrupt?
Fedja: Corrupt, confused, frustrated, and empty.
Pauline Ostrovsky: But in a charming sort of way, you'll admit.
Fedja: Well charm, my dear is your gambling capital. You toss it on the table like money, like everything else, even a dying grandmother.
Pauline Ostrovsky: When a man takes the trouble to be so rude to a woman, he is usually falling in love with her.
Fedja: You're not a woman. You are a symptom.
Pauline Ostrovsky: Of what?
Fedja: Of one of the worlds deadliest diseases, sophistication. More champagne?
Pauline Ostrovsky: What else am I?
Fedja: You are irritatingly beautiful.
Pauline Ostrovsky: Well, at last!
Fedja: And everything, I reject.
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