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Donald Marshman - Night and the City 1950 - The Lost Weekend 1945 - Double Indemnity 1944 - Sunset Boulevard: A Hollywood Story 1950 - The Maltese Falcon 1941 - The Big Sleep 1946 - The Stranger 1946 - Brighton Rock 1947 - The Killers 1946 - White Heat 1949 - Scarlett Street 1945 - In a Lonely Place 1950 - The Frightened CIty 1951 - The Killing 1956 - The Lady From Shanghai 1948 - The Third Man 1949 - DOA 1950 - Pickup on South Street 1953 - Key Largo 1948 - The Asphalt Jungle 1950 - The Sound of Fury 1950 - Killer's Kiss 1955 - Roadblock 1951 - The Big Heat 1953 - Farewell My Lovely 1944 - Farewell, My Lovely 1975 - The Good Die Young 1954 - Outside the Wall 1950 - Criss Cross 1949 - The Captive City 1952 - Cosh Boy 1953 - Sin City 2005 - This Gun for Hire 1942 - Odd Man Out 1947 - They Drive By Night 1938 - Force of Evil 1948 - Crossfire 1947 - Armored Car Robbery 1950 - The Mob 1951 - The Hoodlum 1951 - Breakaway 1955 - The Shop at Sly Corner 1946 - Gelignite Gang 1955 - The Big Steal 1949 - Dark City 1998 - Lady of Deceit 1947 - Hustle 1975 - Kansas City Confidential 1952 - The Crooked Way 1949 - Backfire 1950 - On Dangerous Ground 1952 - Kiss Me Deadly 1955 - They Made Me a Fugitive 1939 - Out of the Past 1947 - A Kiss Before Dying 1956 - Baby Face Nelson 1957 - Call Northside 777 1948 - They Live By Night 1949 - Split Second 1953 - The Hot Spot 1990 - The Delavine Affair 1955 - A Bullet For Joey 1955 - The Desperate Hours 1955 - Beyond a Reasonable Doubt 1956 - Sweet Smell of Success 1957 - Reckless Moment 1949 - Kiss of Death 1947 - The Limping Man 1953 - They Made Me a Killer 1946 - The Hitch-hiker 1953 - I Died a Thousand Times 1955 - The Gangster 1947 -

 

 

20,379.  Night and the City.  The night is tonight.  The City is London.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & Night & London & Gangstas: London)  Night and the City 1950 starring Richard Widmark & Gene Tierney & Googie Withers & Hugh Marlowe & Francis L Sullivan & Herbert Lom & Stanislaus Zbyszko & Mike Mazurki et al, director Jules Dassin

 

20,380.  This is different, Mary.  This can’t lose.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  him to her

 

20,381.  You got to get hold of yourself.  You can’t go on for ever, always running, always in a sweat.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  her to him

 

20,382.  I just want to be somebody.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  him to her

 

20,383.  I’ll be back with two hundred and you match it.  I’ll show you.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  Harry to Phil

 

20,384.  I know you: born a hustler, you will die a hustler.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  Kristo to Harry

 

20,385.  Your father shall learn Mr Fabian is not an honourable man.  (GBH Films & Honour & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  Phil to Kristo

 

20,386.  A thousand pounds for the man who gets Fabian.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  Kristo

 

20,387.  Tonight the whole underworld’s after ya.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  Fiddler to Harry

 

20,388.  How much are you selling me for?  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  Harry to Fiddler

 

20,389.  Harry Fabian: stop running.  (GBH Films & Run & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  Harry

 

20,390.  Harry you could have been anything.  Anything.  You had brains, ambition.  You worked harder than any ten men.  The wrong things.  Always the wrong things.  (GBH Films & Film Noir & London)  ibid.  her to him

 

 

 

22,945.  Two bottles of rye.  You know what brand, Mr Brobie, the cheapest.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  The Lost Weekend 1945 starring Ray Milland & Jane Wyman & Phillip Terry & Howard Da Silva & Doris Dowling & Frank Faylen & Mary Young & Anita Sharp-Bolster & Lilian Fontaine et al, director Billy Wilder, Don

 

22,946.  That’s the nice young man who drinks.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Drink)  ibid.  lady in street

 

22,947.  Let me have my vicious circle.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  Don to Nat the barman

 

22,948.  It shrinks my liver, doesn’t it?  It pickles my kidneys yes.  But what does it do to my mind?  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.

 

22,949.  He’s a sick person.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  Helen to brother

 

22,950.  You better eat something sometime.  This is the morning.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Eat)  ibid.  Nat the barman        

 

22,951.  Love is the hardest thing in the world to write about.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Love & Write)  ibid.  Don to Nat

 

22,952.  I’m not a drinker; I’m a drunk.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Drink & Drunk)  ibid.  Don to Helen

 

22,953.  Most men live lives of quiet desperation.  (Film Noir & Alcohol & Men & Despair & Life’s Like That)  ibid.  Don to Helen

 

22,954.  One’s too many, and a hundred’s not enough.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  Nat

 

22,955.  This is Hangover Plaza.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  nurse

 

22,956.  Little tiny turkeys in straw hats, midget monkeys coming through the keyholes.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.

 

22,957.  You’ve forgotten what it feels like to be well.  (Film Noir & Alcohol)  ibid.  her to him

 

 

22,926.  Pacific All Risk Insurance Company.  (Film Noir & Murder & Insurance)  Double Indemnity 1944 starring Edward G Robinson & Barbara Stanwyck & Fred MacMurray & Porter Hall & Jean Heather & Tom Powers & Byron Barr & Richard Gaines & Fortunio Bonanova et al, director Billy Wilder, opening scene

 

22,927.  I killed Dietrichson … Yes, I killed him.  For money.  For a woman.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  confession

 

22,928.  What kind of an outfit is this anyway?  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Keyes

 

22,929.  You wanna knock him off, don’t ya?  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  him to her

 

22,930.  I’ve told you, it’s got to be the train.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  him to her

 

22,931.  It’s straight down the line, isn’t it?  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  her to him

 

22,932.  Suddenly it came over me that everything would go wrong ... It was the walk of a dead man.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  his confession

 

22,933.  I’m afraid of us; we’re not the same any more.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  her to him 

 

22,934.  Murder’s never perfect – always comes apart sooner or later.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Edward G Robinson

 

22,935.  No I never loved you, Walter.  Not you or anybody else.  I’m rotten to the heart.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  her to him 

 

 

22,936.  This is Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California … a murder has been reported from one of those great big houses.  (Film Noir & Murder)  Sunset Boulevard: A Hollywood Story 1950 starring Gloria Swanson & Erich von Stronheim & William Holden & Nancy Olson & Fred Clark & Lloyd Gough & Jack Webb & Franklyn Farnum et al, director Billy Wilder

 

22,937.  My prospects – they now added up to exactly zero.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Joe

 

22,938.  I am Big – it’s the picture that got small.  (Film Noir & Murder & Film)  ibid.  Norma Desmond

 

22,939.  I wanted the job; I wanted the dough.  (Film Noir & Murder & Job)  ibid.  Joe

 

22,940.  Great stars have great pride.  (Film Noir & Murder & Stars)  ibid.  Norma

 

22,941.  Mad About the Boy.  (Film Noir & Murder & Boy)  ibid.  card-case inscription

 

22,942.  I was her first husband.  (Film Noir & Murder & Husband)  ibid.  Max

 

22,943.  The address is 10086 Sunset Boulevard.  (Film Noir & Murder & Address)  ibid.  him to her

 

22,944.  You’re leaving me.  No you’re not.  (Film Noir & Murder)  ibid.  Norma to Joe

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