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One Against the Wind (TV Movie 1991) Poster

(1991 TV Movie)

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Henry Smallwood, American Embasy: Be careful, Mary.

Countess Mary Lindell: You be careful. You're the one who's neutral. There's a special hell for fence-sitters, my friend.

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German Soldier: What did he say?

Countess Mary Lindell: When you're dying, you all ask for the same thing. You ask for your mother.

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Countess Mary Lindell: I don't know if you realize what it's like - bailing out in a foreign country, occupied by the enemy, not knowing anything, and suddenly being handed over to someone and thinking, "Oh, God, it's a woman! This is dreadful, isn't it?". Yet suddenly they felt safe. I love the whole lot of them. They were too sweet - too ridiculous, most of them. And I never even knew their names.

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Major James Leggatt, The Guards: Is she always like this?

Maurice Lindell, Mary's Son: Like what?

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Col. Miles Grant, Leggat's CO: You're quite the heroine around here. James never tires of telling how you knocked him flat in that Cafe.

Countess Mary Lindell: He exaggerates.

Major James Leggatt, The Guards: Not by much.

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