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A Strange Connection —Thank you to Michael M. for the pictures and information!
After the scene where Shiwan Khan forces the cab driver to drive into the fuel tanker, another scene occured before cutting to the museum crime scene the next morning. Lamont is at home, lying in bed, unable to sleep. He's reading "A Tale of Two Cities." At the same time, Margo is lying in her bed, unable to sleep, and also reading the same novel. Margo stops reading and reaches for the cigarette case on the night table, just as Lamont takes a cigarette from his case and lights it. Margo takes a puff of her cigarette, but is dissatisfied and goes to stub it out just as Lamont stubs his out. He gives up on reading the book and reaches to turn the light off just as Margot turns her light off. Lamont lies on his side, facing left, then rolls over onto his right side, at the same time Margo turns onto her left side, as if accommodating him.
Evidence:
- Topps Trading Card #31: "Nighttime Reflection" — Features Margo in bed reading a book.
- Movie novelization by James Luceno, based on the script by David Koepp. View excerpt (Note: it's 55k in size, so it might take a while to load)

 

It's a Secret —Thank you to Michael M. for the pictures and information!
After the bomb is disarmed, Margo and her father are outside on the street. They're approached by Commissioner Barth, who asks what has been going on and if "that maniac The Shadow" was involved. Margo angrily defends the crimefighter to Barth and almost lets slip who the Shadow is, but Shrevy makes a gesture for her not to say.
Evidence:
- Topps Trading Card #68: "Keeping the Secret Safe" — Features Margo and her father on the street outside the Hotel Monolith.
- Movie novelization by James Luceno, based on the script by David Koepp. View excerpt (Note: it's 60k in size, so it might take a while to load)

 

The Newest Agent —Thank you to Michael M. for the pictures and information!
After kissing Margo at the end (of the movie), Lamont gives her a (fire opal) ring, officially making her an agent of The Shadow. The novelization of this scene contains much more dialogue (they walk down the street, talking about where they should go for dinner).
Evidence:
- Topps Trading Card #69: "With this Ring" — Features Margo proudly displaying her ring.
- Movie novelization by James Luceno, based on the script by David Koepp. View excerpt (Note: it's 96k in size, so it might take a while to load)

 

Part of Darkness
After chasing then losing Shiwan Khan at a vacant lot, Lamont returns home to find Margo waiting for him. Lamont tells her about his struggle with his "dark side" :
I do what I do to fight back the evil inside of me, but some part of it is still there, waiting.
Evidence:
- The Shadow movie trailer featured Lamont quoting this line.
- Movie novelization by James Luceno, based on the script by David Koepp.

 

On the Roof —Thank you to Michael M. for the information!
An aerial view of The Shadow fighting the mongol warrior on the balcony.
Evidence:
- Television spots for The Shadow movie trailer featured this scene.

 

By the Fire —Thank you to Bobby T. for the information!
Lamont, staring into the fireplace, tells Margo of a childhood incident when his rage overtook him, and he nearly (literally) murdered his cousin for tattling on him.
Evidence:
- "The Today Show" featured this clip during an interview with one of the cast.
- Movie novelization by James Luceno, based on the script by David Koepp.

 

The Shadow's Past —Thank you to Bobby T. for the information!
In the storeroom of the Hotel Monolith, The Shadow (umasked) is tracking Shiwan Khan through a maze of mirrors. Khan forces The Shadow to confront his evil past. Before him (The Shadow), the mirrors display scenes from his childhood, and when he was Ying Ko.
Evidence:
- Seen in one of the featurettes in the electronic movie press kit. View the image.
- Movie novelization by James Luceno, based on the script by David Koepp.

 

The Shadow in The Sanctum —Thank you to Bobby T. for the information!
The Shadow sits in front of the communications equipment in the Sanctum.
Evidence:
- Featured in one of the movie trailers. View the image.
- Movie novelization by James Luceno, based on the script by David Koepp

 

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