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The action centers around poverty-stricken but pure-hearted prostitute Shen Te, played by Clara Bellar, who also translated the work.
Would he be considered a person of "real" merit making his own destiny, or a pure-hearted soul with his box of mixed chocolates, fortunate despite his disability?
It's fun to view yourself as a pure-hearted paladin surrounded by bad guys you can outwit.
Considered the epitome of the all-American boy, Tom Sawyer is full of mischief but basically pure-hearted.
So far, the various countercultural movements of the '60s have been portrayed in movies, TV shows, and books mostly as noble, liberating struggles of pure-hearted, peace-loving longhairs against small-minded, selfish squares--a serious version of Rowan & Martin's Laugh In.
While one-too-many a puff piece on a "down-to-earth" celebrity or pure-hearted artist can throw one into the hands of the devil (at least for a moment).
In "Tarzan and the Mermaids," Weissmuller bids his final farewell to the role of the Ape-Man, but not before rescuing a lovely maiden from a forced marriage, tangling with a giant octopus and restoring harmony to a community of pure-hearted pearl divers.
Aquino's Cabinet and 'having served the country in the executive department under an honest, pure-hearted and dedicated President.
The general belief is that the pure-hearted get their wishes fulfilled here.
This by-the-numbers tale of a pure-hearted youth whose pugilistic talent offers him a way out of the gunshot-ridden Kingston ghetto relies on ample local color to enliven its creaky story beats.
And how did saucer-eyed Oliver Twist, literature's most pure-hearted young doormat, become so spunky?
William Hurt describes his approach to the role of John Robinson, the pure-hearted patriarch in Lost In Space: