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    Last Hurrah, The (1958) -- (Movie Clip) A New England City

    Opening scene in John Ford's rendering of the Edwin O'Connor novel, Mayor Skeffington (Spencer Tracy) at home assessing re-election, aides arriving including Edward Brophy as "Ditto" and Pat O'Brien as campaign manager Gorman, from The Last Hurrah, 1958.

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