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    Later on the night of their first meeting, Holly Martens (Joseph Cotten) escorts Anna (Alida Valli) to her Vienna apartment, being searched by British military cop Callaway (Trevor Howard), probing the death of his dead friend, her paramour, Harry Lime, in Carol Reed's The Third Man, 1949.

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