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What is the origin of the dialogue “take me instead of her/him”?
In many Hollywood horror movies the last climactic scene features the dialogue "take me instead". For example, Dark Water (2005), The Exorcist and The Ring 2. So what is the origin of this famous ...
Jul 19 '12 at 23:18
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