The Man with a Cloak (1951) was a Drama - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Fletcher Markle and produced by Stephen Ames.
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(Image via noirstyle.com) Mid 1800s, New York City. The young, French Madeline Minot (Leslie Caron) has come to NYC to track down her fiance’s estranged grandfather, Thevenet (Louis Calhern), with the ultimate goal of getting money out of him to support her fiance’s political cause. When... Read full article
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Dupin: Ma'am, I take advice as easily as I take a drink. The only trouble with me is I've never been able to make good use of either.
Dupin: The sleeping fox catches no poultry.
The Pharmacist: I'm not a fox.
Dupin: ...now you're no longer sleeping. Open up! This is vital, a matter of life and death.
Flaherty: And to show you I have indeed read the book, it says in Ecclesiastes "Money answereth all things".
Dupin: In bitterness, Flaherty, it was said in bitterness!
Flaherty: That's the way I was asking for it.
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