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** The classic song of the same name is also briefly heard during the same scene, as well as over the opening credits.

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** The classic song of the same name is also briefly heard during the same that scene, as well as over the opening credits.
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** The classic song of the same name is also briefly heard during the same scene.

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** The classic song of the same name is also briefly heard during the same scene.scene, as well as over the opening credits.
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The film was nominated for UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s in four categories: Best Screenplay Adaptation, Best Sound, and two nominations for Best Supporting Actress -- Madeline Kahn and Tatum O'Neal herself. Tatum won, making her the youngest actor to win a competitive Oscar (she was 10).

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The film was nominated for UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s in four categories: Best Screenplay Adaptation, Best Sound, and two nominations for Best Supporting Actress -- Madeline Kahn Creator/MadelineKahn and Tatum O'Neal herself. Tatum won, making her the youngest actor to win a competitive Oscar (she was 10).
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* RandomSmokingScene: The ten year old actress is seen smoking in several scenes.

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* RandomSmokingScene: The ten year old actress Addie is seen smoking in several scenes.
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* LoveableRogue: Moze and Addie.
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* LeeroyJenkins: How Moses and Addie escape from the sheriff.

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* LeeroyJenkins: How Moses Moze and Addie escape from the sheriff.



* RoadTripPlot: Moses and Addie Travel from Gorham, Kansas to Joplin, Missouri.

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* RoadTripPlot: Moses Moze and Addie Travel from Gorham, Kansas to Joplin, Missouri.
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* ChildrenAreInnocent: Ha ha. Basically explains why Moses and Addie do business that well.

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* ChildrenAreInnocent: Ha Ha, ha. Basically explains why Moses Moze and Addie do business that well.
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Set during TheGreatDepression, the movie follows Moses "Moze" Pray, a ConMan specializing in selling BiblesFromTheDead, who is reluctantly tasked with delivering the recently-orphaned nine-year-old girl Addie Loggins to her aunt in Missouri. Despite vehemently denying that Addie is his daughter (which she likely is, considering Moses knew her "wild" mother well), he takes a liking to a her -- even more so when he realizes his grifting looks more legitimate with a child by his side.

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Set during TheGreatDepression, the movie follows Moses "Moze" Pray, a ConMan specializing in selling BiblesFromTheDead, who is reluctantly tasked with delivering the recently-orphaned nine-year-old girl Addie Loggins to her aunt in Missouri. Despite vehemently denying that Addie is his daughter (which she likely is, considering Moses Moze knew her "wild" mother well), he takes a liking to a her -- even more so when he realizes his grifting looks more legitimate with a child by his side.



* TheAllegedCar: The truck Moses trades his 1936 Ford Convertible for.

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* TheAllegedCar: The truck Moses Moze trades his 1936 Ford Convertible for.



* BrickJoke: At one point Addie makes reference to "Frank D. Roosevelt". Much later, after she and Mose get an in argument and she walks away, he yells after her: "And his name ain't Frank, it's Franklin!"

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* BrickJoke: At one point Addie makes reference to "Frank D. Roosevelt". Much later, after she and Mose Moze get an in argument and she walks away, he yells after her: "And his name ain't Frank, it's Franklin!"



* CosmeticCatastrophe: A non-visual example -- Addie puts on some of her mother's perfume in an attempt to seem more grown up, but having never used perfume before she practically bathes in it. She's pleased when Moses obviously notices the smell, but becomes less pleased when he cracks open the windscreen in the car to ''get rid of'' it.
* CurbStompBattle: Sheriff Hardin and his men catch up with Mose, corner him in an alley, and beat the hell out of him.
-->'''Mose:''' You can't arrest me now. We're in Missouri. And your damn brother's a bootlegger!

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* CosmeticCatastrophe: A non-visual example -- Addie puts on some of her mother's perfume in an attempt to seem more grown up, but having never used perfume before she practically bathes in it. She's pleased when Moses Moze obviously notices the smell, but becomes less pleased when he cracks open the windscreen in the car to ''get rid of'' it.
* CurbStompBattle: Sheriff Hardin and his men catch up with Mose, Moze, corner him in an alley, and beat the hell out of him.
-->'''Mose:''' -->'''Moze:''' You can't arrest me now. We're in Missouri. And your damn brother's a bootlegger!



* DeliberatelyCuteChild: Addie's MO.

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* DeliberatelyCuteChild: Addie's MO.M.O.



* DuelsDecideEverything: Moses tries to swap his convertible for a pickup truck to ditch the sheriff chasing them; when the truck's owner refuses to swap, he proposes a "wrassling" match to resolve the matter.

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* DuelsDecideEverything: Moses Moze tries to swap his convertible for a pickup truck to ditch the sheriff chasing them; when the truck's owner refuses to swap, he proposes a "wrassling" match to resolve the matter.



* {{Hustler}}[=/=]ShortCon: Moses and Addie.
* IntergenerationalFriendship: Moses and Addie, although there's father-child undertones as well (duh).

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* {{Hustler}}[=/=]ShortCon: Moses Moze and Addie.
* IntergenerationalFriendship: Moses Moze and Addie, although there's father-child undertones as well (duh).



* LoveableRogue: Moze and Addie.



* QuickChange: Done several times by both Moses and Addie, such as when Moses purchases ribbons for Addie and rapid-talks the befuddled clerk out of several dollars.

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* QuickChange: Done several times by both Moses Moze and Addie, such as when Moses Moze purchases ribbons for Addie and rapid-talks the befuddled clerk out of several dollars.



* TooMuchInformation: Addie tells Moses that Trixie is sick to keep him away from her for a while, but he wants to see her. Imogene then mentions that it's due to her period, which causes Moses to immediately back off.

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* TooMuchInformation: Addie tells Moses Moze that Trixie is sick to keep him away from her for a while, but he wants to see her. Imogene then mentions that it's due to her period, which causes Moses to immediately back off.



* VillainProtagonist: Moses and Addie.
* WorkOffTheDebt: This is the reason why Addie stays with Moses in the beginning -- he uses the threat of a lawsuit to collect $200 from the family of the man who accidentally killed her mother, then spends most of it to repair his car and tries to send Addie off on a train to her aunt's with just $20. Addie, knowing that the money rightfully belongs to her, threatens to report him to the police unless he raises the money to pay her back.

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* VillainProtagonist: Moses Moze and Addie.
* WorkOffTheDebt: This is the reason why Addie stays with Moses Moze in the beginning -- he uses the threat of a lawsuit to collect $200 from the family of the man who accidentally killed her mother, then spends most of it to repair his car and tries to send Addie off on a train to her aunt's with just $20. Addie, knowing that the money rightfully belongs to her, threatens to report him to the police unless he raises the money to pay her back.



* YourCheatingHeart: Addie and Imogene conspire to break up Moses and Trixie by getting him to catch her with the hotel manager.

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* YourCheatingHeart: Addie and Imogene conspire to break up Moses Moze and Trixie by getting him to catch her with the hotel manager.
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Set during TheGreatDepression, the movie follows Moses "Moze" Pray, a ConMan specializing in selling BiblesFromTheDead, who is reluctantly tasked with delivering the recently-orphaned nine-year-old girl Addie Loggins to her aunt in Missouri. Despite vehemently denying that Addie is his daughter (which she likely is, considering Moses knew her "wild" mother well), he takes a liking to a her - even more so when he realizes his grifting looks more legitimate with a child by his side.

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Set during TheGreatDepression, the movie follows Moses "Moze" Pray, a ConMan specializing in selling BiblesFromTheDead, who is reluctantly tasked with delivering the recently-orphaned nine-year-old girl Addie Loggins to her aunt in Missouri. Despite vehemently denying that Addie is his daughter (which she likely is, considering Moses knew her "wild" mother well), he takes a liking to a her - -- even more so when he realizes his grifting looks more legitimate with a child by his side.
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'''''Paper Moon''''' is a 1973 comedy-drama film, based on the novel ''Addie Pray'' by Joe David Brown, directed by Peter Bogdonovich, and starring the father and daughter team of Ryan and Tatum O'Neal.

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'''''Paper Moon''''' ''Paper Moon'' is a 1973 comedy-drama film, based on the novel ''Addie Pray'' by Joe David Brown, directed by Peter Bogdonovich, and starring the father and daughter team of Ryan and Tatum O'Neal.
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