Dane Clark in Blackout (dir. Terence Fisher, 1954).
"What kind of a city is London if someone like you gets lonely?"
"The last time Miss Opportunity knocked on my door I let her in ... now I haven't even got a door."
"You even smell like money."
"I wanna be wherever things are smooth ... you know ... plate glass, chrome, expensive furniture...."
"Be a detective...? I could do that. I've seen enough movies."
"You sound like a recording--only you don't look mechanical at all."
"For a minute I thought your voice was changing."
"I didn't hit her; she fainted."
"He's got a rug in his office like an uncut lawn."
"It's a big jump from garbage cans to mink."
"I have a very peculiar habit: breathing."
"Played any more games with automobiles lately?"
"Thanks for the gun."
"What do they call this stuff--'Kiss of Death'?"
"I hadda hit her a little too hard."
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