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"Off-Screen Narrator: ...But his everyday work was with the people of his parish, and especially with those who sought his advice and counsel. Since he was a man of God, his labors sometimes led him into the strains and secret places of mens' souls. He was just and forgiving, but he was also a man, and a stern and uncompromising judge of character.
Father George A. Lambert: [Speaking to an anguished-looking middle-aged man] Stop that! Even if I wanted to forgive you, I... I couldn't. It's out of my hands.
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Father George A. Lambert: Jim, you're a sick man.
Jim Crossman - Killer: But Father, I...
Father George A. Lambert: We've been through it all before. I can't help you - the sanitarium, perhaps...
Jim Crossman - Killer: No, I won't! If... if people would just...
Father George A. Lambert: It's not people, son; it's you. I told you that before. This time, fortunately, no great harm has been done. But the next time... No, I can't let you go any longer; it's got to be the sanitarium. Have you spoken to your mother about this?
Jim Crossman - Killer: [panicked] You wouldn't tell *her*!
Father George A. Lambert: I haven't spoken to anyone.
Jim Crossman - Killer: What about Father Gardiner?
Father George A. Lambert: Oh, Jim, you're starting all over again. This is just between the two of us. I prefer that you make up your own mind, son, but if you can't... I won't wait long. For your own sake, I can't wait long.
[Jim slowly turns his head toward the priest, looking dazed and frightened. He walks away] "
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