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Psychologist Dr. Andrew Collins (Lee J. Cobb) digs into the symbolism of Al Walker (William Holden)'s recurring nightmare in Rudolph Maté’s The Dark Past (1948)

Psychologist Dr. Andrew Collins (Lee J. Cobb) digs into the symbolism of Al Walker (William Holden)’s recurring nightmare in Rudolph Maté’s The Dark Past (1948)

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