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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Lorna, after having planted the newspaper in Marco's locker and hearing rumors of being being sent to an internment camp.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Lorna, after having planted the newspaper in Marco's locker and hearing rumors of being him being sent to an internment camp.


* ButchLesbian: Betty McRae is canonically more comfortable in a "masculine" milieu, and among other things she boxes against male opponents.

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* ButchLesbian: Betty McRae [=McRae=] is canonically more comfortable in a "masculine" milieu, and among other things she boxes against male opponents.she's a boxer.


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* GoshDarnItToHeck: Kate Andrews swears exactly like this in "Misfires".


** HesDeadJim: [[spoiler: Kate to Betty when Betty attempts to rouse Kate's father.]]


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* HesDeadJim: [[spoiler: Kate to Betty when Betty attempts to rouse Kate's father.]]


* HumbleHero / IgnorantOfTheCall: Betty. Though Lorna sees her as a role model and Kate outright says she's a hero, Betty doesn't believe she's anything special. She's even chosen to be the "face" of Victory Munitions, much to her chagrin.

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* HumbleHero / IgnorantOfTheCall: HumbleHero: Betty. Though Lorna sees her as a role model and Kate outright says she's a hero, Betty doesn't believe she's anything special. She's even chosen to be the "face" of Victory Munitions, much to her chagrin.


* BlatantLies: In the movie finale, [[spoiler:Gladys, as part of her spy cover, has to tell some real whoppers to keep the truth from leaking out. For example, she tells Lorna Corbett that she was pregnant, which was a deliberate and manipulative tactic. In another scene, she baldly claims that her boss, a Jewish man, is having an affair with a Christian woman, instead of revealing that he is quietly agitating to get the Canadian government to officially take notice of Nazi Germany's labor and death camps.]]

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* BlatantLies: In the movie finale, [[spoiler:Gladys, Gladys, as part of her spy cover, has to tell some real whoppers to keep the truth from leaking out. For [[spoiler:For example, she tells Lorna Corbett that she was pregnant, which was a deliberate and manipulative tactic. In another scene, she baldly claims that her boss, a Jewish man, is having an affair with a Christian woman, instead of revealing that he is quietly agitating to get the Canadian government to officially take notice of Nazi Germany's labor and death camps.]]


* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Betty, Gladys, and Kate, in that order, represent a TownGirl trio, with Betty being somewhat more butch-like than the other two.

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* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Betty, Gladys, and Kate, in that order, represent a TownGirl trio, trio of TownGirls, with Betty being somewhat more butch-like than the other two.


* BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Betty, Gladys, and Kate, in that order, represent a TownGirl trio, with Betty being somewhat more butch-like than the other two.



* PowerTrio / TownGirls / BlondeBrunetteRedhead: Betty, Gladys, and Kate.


* HerHeartWillGoOn: [[spoiler:Gladys]]

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* HerHeartWillGoOn: [[spoiler:Gladys]][[spoiler:Gladys]] displays this following the death of her fiancé in the war.


* ButchLesbian / LipstickLesbian: Betty and Teresa, respectively.

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* ButchLesbian / LipstickLesbian: ButchLesbian: Betty McRae is canonically more comfortable in a "masculine" milieu, and Teresa, respectively.among other things she boxes against male opponents.


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* LipstickLesbian: Teresa Hill, the bond tour sergeant. Since her job, in part, revolves around reminding people that women are just as capable and competent as soldiers as men are assumed to be, she doesn't shy away from wearing typically "feminine" jewelry or cosmetics.


* InterruptedDeclarationOfLove / MomentKiller: Betty and Kate, interrupted by Gladys and Lorna.

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* InterruptedDeclarationOfLove / MomentKiller: InterruptedDeclarationOfLove: Betty and Kate, interrupted by [[MomentKiller Gladys and Lorna.Lorna]].



* WhamEpisode[=/=]{{HSQ}}:

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* WhamEpisode[=/=]{{HSQ}}:WhamEpisode:


* WhatTheHellHero: Lorna's husband calls her out for causing Marco to lose his job. He also criticizes Edith for writing fake letters to her children to hide the fact that their father is dead.

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* WhatTheHellHero: WhatTheHellHero:
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Lorna's husband calls her out for causing Marco to lose his job. He also criticizes Edith for writing fake letters to her children to hide the fact that their father is dead.


* DramaticIrony: In her Armistice Day speech, Lorna talks about how married couples never know what the other person is up to. This is while she is having an affair with one of her co-workers.

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* DramaticIrony: DramaticIrony:
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In her Armistice Day speech, Lorna talks about how married couples never know what the other person is up to. This is while she is having an affair with one of her co-workers.



* {{Hypocrite}}: After Lorna writes up the [[NoHuggingNoKissing list of rules]], she immediately [[YourCheatingHeart breaks them.]]

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* {{Hypocrite}}: {{Hypocrite}}:
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After Lorna writes up the [[NoHuggingNoKissing list of rules]], she immediately [[YourCheatingHeart breaks them.]]



* OhCrap

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* OhCrapOhCrap:



* TheBeard: Ivan is this for Betty.
** Though Gladys immediately sees through it.

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* TheBeard: Ivan is this for Betty.
** Though
Betty, although Gladys immediately sees through it.


* AManIsNotAVirgin: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]] by James to Gladys, who doesn't hesitate to point out the double standard.


* TheForties

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* TheFortiesTheForties: Obviously, since World War II's going on.
* FourGirlEnsemble: Betty (boyish and the DeadpanSnarker), Kate (sweet and naive), Gladys (glamorous), and Lorna (TeamMom).



* FourGirlEnsemble: Betty (boyish and the DeadpanSnarker), Kate (sweet and naive), Gladys (glamorous), and Lorna (TeamMom).


* FightClubbing: In the movie, [[spoiler:Betty]] competes in underground boxing matches as a way to earn money.

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* FightClubbing: In the movie, [[spoiler:Betty]] competes in underground boxing matches as a way to earn money.money after getting out of prison.

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