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Great Expectations (1947)

(1947)1h 58mTV-PG
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Adventure,Drama,Mystery
This classic film version of Charles Dickens' masterpiece tells the story of a poor orphan boy named Pip who, through the largess of a mysterious benefactor, becomes a gentleman and falls in love with the beautiful ward of the strange Miss Havisham.
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