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    From a framing device in post-WWII London, confirming the source is Oscar Wilde's play, Madeleine Carroll as ancient Mrs. Erlynne reveals herself to aged Lord Darlington (George Sanders), decades before with Cecil and Arthur (John Sutton, Richard Greene), in Otto Preminger's The Fan, 1949.

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