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|Title||The Fugitive (1963)|
|Original entry||Barbara searches the one-armed man's wallet. We see an insert shot of two cards, both with the signature "Fred Johnson." But in the next moment, she claims that no two of the IDs are the same before saying, "Oh, wait, here are two." She then "finds" the cards she'd already found in the earlier shot.|