" . . . A BEAUTY THAT'S ALMOST HOMELY BECAUSE IT'S SO REAL" SOUND BITE A driver assesses the appearance of his female passenger. Through voiceover narration, he observes, "Man, she looked as if she had just been thrown off the crummiest freight train in the world. Yet in spite of this I got the impression of beauty. Not the beauty of a movie actress, mind you, or the beauty that you dream about with your wife, but a natural beauty--a beauty that's almost homely because it's so real."
"DO NOT THROW CIGARETTES FROM CARS" A man flicks his cigarette butt out of his car window which starts a fire in some brush by the side of the road. Another man disposes of his cigarette properly by putting it out in his ashtray.
Date: 1950s - COLOR Source: Film: 16P Length: 00:00:33:00, No Audio
"DON'T LOOK BACK" SOUND BITE Sam (Van Heflin) and Toni (Lizabeth Scott) are driving away from Iverstown and Toni looks back for one last time. Noticing this, Sam says: "Don't look back, baby. Don't ever look back."
"HEY, THE CAR'S GONE" SOUND BITE Two men wearing suits and hats find that their car has been stolen. "There must be some crooks around here," says one man. "Yeah, how do you like that," adds his friend.
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