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In one of the final scenes, when Orson Welles lifts Loretta Young one-handed into the clock tower from a ladder, this is not a special effect. Young stated that this was actually filmed in the church with her dangling dangerously many feet above the church floor.
I knew darn well it was the same feller. 'Course, he's changed some. Uh, being buried in the earth does it.
As Mr. Potter is pulling out Konrad Meinike's possessions from the suitcase, Mr. Wilson calls out the items in order without ever actually looking at the suitcase itself.
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