Bedlam (film)

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Bedlam is a 1946 film about the conditions of notorious St. Mary's of Bethlehem Asylum (Bedlam).

Directed by Mark Robson. Written by Val Lewton, Mark Robson, and William Hogarth, inspired by Hogarth's paintings A Rake's Progress.
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Lord Mortimer: A capital fellow, this Sims, a capital fellow.
Nell Bowen: If you ask me, M'Lord, he's a stench in the nostrils, a sewer of ugliness, and a gutter brimming with slop.


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