Quotation by Willis Goldbeck

Shame, shame, shame. How many times have I told you not to be frightened? Have I not told you God looks after all his children?
Willis Goldbeck (1900–1979), U.S. screenwriter, and Leon Gordon (1895–1960), British. Tod Browning. Madame Tetrallini (Rose Dione), Freaks, to the freaks (1932).

Madame Tetrallini has taken her "children" out to play on an estate near the circus. When the owner comes along, they are afraid that they'll be thrown off the grounds. He pities them and lets them stay. Suggested by Tod Robbins' story "Spurs."
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