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    Tale Of Two Cities, A (1935) -- (Movie Clip) Best Of Times

    Famous opening from Charles Dickens, followed by Cruncher (Billy Bevan) delivering his obscure message to Lowry (Claude Gillingwater), in the David Selznick production of A Tale Of Two Cities, 1935, starring Ronald Colman.

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