Movie: Niagara [1953] Movie: Niagara [1953]

[First line, voiceover as we watch him at the base of the Falls]

George Loomis:
Why should the Falls drag me down here at 5 o'clock in the morning? To show me how big they are and how small I am? To remind me they can get along without any help? All right, so they've proved it. But why not? They've had ten thousand years to get independent. What's so wonderful about that? I suppose I could too, only it might take a little more time.

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