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    From director Henry Hathaway's segment The Rivers, new partners Lilith (Debbie Reynolds) and Agatha (Thelma Ritter), first with trail guide Morgan (Robert Preston), then with persistent pursuer Van Valen (Gregory Peck), early in How The West Was Won, 1963.

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