Gang War (1958)
Maxie Meadows: Excuse the slight interruption.
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: I finished the paragraph.
[he takes the book from her hand and tosses it aside]
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: [as he moves in for a kiss, she pulls away] You know what that book is all about?
Maxie Meadows: NO.
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: The Greeks.
Maxie Meadows: You mean someone wrote a whole book about Nick and his cousins?
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: Someone wrote a whole book about the Greeks in Greece.
Maxie Meadows: Oh them? The Greek Greeks?
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: Yea, and these one's are all dead!
Maxie Meadows: Oh well, that's life!
[Once again moving in for kiss]
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: Yea, that's culture!
Maxie Meadows: Baby, you can tell me all about it in the morning.
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: I'm liable to forget.
Maxie Meadows: So you forget.
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: So who made me read the book?
Maxie Meadows: [Finally feeling defeated in his attempt in being amorous, his slumps back on the couch and slowly says] Alright, tell me about them Greeks.
Alan Avery: Now say that someone did see a murder being committed.
Police Sergeant Ernie Tucker: Say it was you.
Alan Avery: But why me?
Police Sergeant Ernie Tucker: We found your pills in that phone booth.
Alan Avery: You've seen my wife. She doesn't belong on the firing line anywhere. And me? Well teachers just don't make great convincing heroes.
Police Sergeant Ernie Tucker: They make good witnesses.
Police Sergeant Ernie Tucker: You teach kids. How much do you know about juvenile delinquency?
Alan Avery: A little.
Police Sergeant Ernie Tucker: It's increasing. You mentioned your wife. That she is going to have a kid. Don't you care about the world it grows up in?
Police Lt. Sam Johnson: I think your wife would Mr. Avery.
Alan Avery: [after quite a bit of thinking] Alright.
[pauses for a bit]
Alan Avery: The car they used was a black sedan. the license number was JPF393...
Police Desk Sergeant: [Voice coming out loudly over the speakers and suspects line-up for questioning] Okay now. Turn and face front! I said face front! Get your hands down you not looking for anybody! You here to be looked at! Now, first man in line. That's right, you! What's your name, address and occupation...
Police Lt. Sam Johnson: [as the officer over the loud speaker continues giving instructions to the suspects] Alright Mr.Avery. Take plenty of time. Look at these men over carefully.
Alan Avery: I don't need anymore time. I'll not be able to forget either of these men as long as I live.
Police Lt. Sam Johnson: Identify.
Alan Avery: It's the third man and the fifth man. The fifth man did the actual killing.
Police Sergeant Ernie Tucker: Are you sure Mr. Avery?
Alan Avery: I'm sure.
Police Capt. Finch, Meadows Informant: Sure enough to testify in court Mr. Avery?
Police Lt. Sam Johnson: This is Capt. Finch.
Alan Avery: Yes Capt. Finch.
Police Capt. Finch, Meadows Informant: You're a brave man Mr. Avery.
Maxie Meadows: Why did they have to this to Chester? He was the only friend I got.
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: You still got me Maxie.
Maxie Meadows: Oh you're a dame. Dames is dime a dozen.
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: Raise yourself another dime!
Maxie Meadows: Wait a minute baby! You're ain't running out on me! After all them rocks I given and mink either?
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: Minks don't look good with bullet holes!
Maxie Meadows: I bought you!
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: The sales been cancelled!
Maxie Meadows: Hold on baby, I... I still got lot of dough!
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: Dead men got no dough!
Marie, Maxie Meadows' Woman: Ahhhhhhh!
[Screams as Maxie approaches her and strangles her to death]