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I don't know, said Tony.
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“I don't know”, said Tony.

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May 6th 2011, 20:05
I would correct it.
"I don't know," said Tony.
May 6th 2011, 20:41
That would be American usage. The British, I believe, would write it this way. See for example: http://grammartips.homestead.com/inside.html

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