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  • Miss Kelly sat opposite her on a faded-looking leather armchair.

    Brooklyn

  • Miss Kelly sat opposite her on a faded-looking leather armchair.

    Brooklyn

  • Miss Kelly sat opposite her on a faded-looking leather armchair.

    Brooklyn

  • They are taped from TV syndication, probably in the late '80s or early '90s; they're decent quality if a little faded-looking.

    WKRP Episode: "Rumors"

  • Hanna, the lonely woman in another faded-looking dress.

    Personal Demons

  • The movie mostly has value for having so many jazz musicians in it in glorious Technicolor, which obviously doesn't come through very strongly in this faded-looking clip.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • The movie mostly has value for having so many jazz musicians in it in glorious Technicolor, which obviously doesn't come through very strongly in this faded-looking clip.

    A Challenge For Jazz Experts...

  • And from there he saw Mrs. Griffiths approaching him, a bland and angular and faded-looking woman.

    An American Tragedy

  • She pointed to some faded-looking cards which proved to be imaginary views of Alum Bay done in variegated sand.

    The Trespasser

  • She was very thin, and faded-looking, still pretty, though, perhaps, had been stunning, once, with her large eyes and her cheekbones.

    Quiller Bamboo

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