The File on Thelma Jordon (1949)
Thelma Jordon: I'm no good for any man for any longer than a kiss!
Thelma Jordon: I wish so much crime didn't take place after dark. It's so unnerving.
Cleve Marshall: I'm fed up. Ever heard that phrase? No, you wouldn't. You're not married. If you ever did fall... a smart cookie like you. You'd pick an orphan.
Pamela Blackwell Marshall: Cleve? Where were you on the night of May 25th?
[She turns on the light to look at her husband, who is lying in bed, skunk drunk]
Pamela Blackwell Marshall: I believe it's inexcusable.
Cleve Marshall: [drowsy] I'm glad I didn't buy you that whatnot. It's horrible.
Pamela Blackwell Marshall: You're just trying to change the subject. Where were you?
Pamela Blackwell Marshall: Cleve?
[Amusingly, the score plays Brahm's Lullaby]