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The Man in Grey (1943) was a Drama - Historical Film directed by Leslie Arliss and produced by Edward Black.

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Hesther Shaw: You say you love her, wll, so do I him, and if anyone comes between, so much the worse. I've no quarrel with thosethat don't interfere, but if you love her, keep her from getting in my way.
Peter Rokeby: Pretty speech but dead in character. For once you've spoken the truth. my dear, I do believe you'd stop at nothing
Hesther Shaw: Then remember it!
Peter Rokeby: There's one factor you've overlooked... me! You see, I'm not a gentleman. I swear but that if she comes to harm through you, I'd break that lovely little neck of yours with less regret than I'd stamp on a snake.
[He bitch-slaps her]

Hesther Shaw: [to Peter] All of us women are very much the same, you know.
[Gesturing toward a statue]
Hesther Shaw: None of us should be put on pedestals.

Lord Rohan: Who dishonors us, dies!

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The trailer gave such purple descriptives as "James Mason as the Suspicious Husband", and "Stuart Granger as the Gay Adventurer".
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