The Unknown (1927 film)

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The Unknown is a 1927 film about a criminal on the run who hides in a circus and seeks to possess the daughter of the ringmaster at any cost.

Directed by Tod Browning. Written by Waldemar Young.

Dialogue[edit]

Malabar the Mighty: See, Nanon! Eyes that adore you... hands that long to caress you... and strength to protect you! Why do you always draw away from me?
Nanon Zanzi: Why isn't he different from other men! Why doesn't he keep his hands off me? Hands! Men's hands! How I hate them! Men! The beasts! God would show wisdom if he took the hands from all of them! Forgive me, Alonzo... I did not mean you. You are the one man I can come to without fear.

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