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  • Well, if this is true, why don't they let Criterion do them (minus Paradine, which is not very good) ....?

    Home Theater Forum

  • Their father, Scott Paradine, slowly realizes that his children, while outwardly normal, are essentially no longer human.

    World Wide Mind

  • “Hand in hand they went,” Padgett writes, “in a direction Paradine could not understand, and as he blinked there on the threshold, they were gone.”

    World Wide Mind

  • These were made of gay-colored materials, and covered with ribbons, except that of the "Black Prince of Paradine," which was black, as became his title.

    In the Yule-Log Glow, Book II Christmas Tales from 'Round the World

  • "I am quite sure you did your best," murmured Paradine.

    Vice Versa or A Lesson to Fathers

  • "Give papa the Stone by all means," sneered Paradine.

    Vice Versa or A Lesson to Fathers

  • "Well then, your head's clear enough to understand this much, I hope," said Paradine a little impatiently, "that, if I did my duty and exposed you, you wouldn't be able to keep up the farce for a single hour, in spite of all your personal advantages -- you know that, don't you?"

    Vice Versa or A Lesson to Fathers

  • "How does that seem to strike you?" added Paradine.

    Vice Versa or A Lesson to Fathers

  • "Oh, very well," said Paradine carelessly, "just as you please, it doesn't matter; though when we come to talk things over a little, you may find it better to trust me more than that."

    Vice Versa or A Lesson to Fathers

  • "There's only one way you could have done it," said Paradine, pretending to hesitate.

    Vice Versa or A Lesson to Fathers

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