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Double Indemnity - 1944 Movie Quotes

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8936 1) I wonder if I know what you mean? 2) I wonder if you wonder. (full quote)
13604 How could I have known that murder can sometimes smell like honeysuckle? (full quote)
17028 Goodbye, baby. (full quote)
  1)I'll buy you a martini 2) No thanks 3)With two olives! (full quote)
10929 -Have you made up your mind? -Mr. Keyes, I'm a Medford man. Medford, Oregon. Up in Medford, we take our time making up our minds. -Well, we're not in Medford. We're in a hurry. (full quote)
10929 Do I laugh now or wait until it gets funny? (full quote)
10929 They've committed a murder. And it's not like taking a trolley ride together where they can get off at different stops. They're stuck with each other and they've got to ride all the way to the end of the line. And it's a one-way trip and the last stop is the cemetery. (full quote)
10929 It's just like the first time I came here, isn't it? We were talking about automobile insurance. Only you were thinking about murder and I was thinking about that anklet. (full quote)
10929 I killed him for money and for a woman. I didn't get the money. And I didn't get the woman. (full quote)
10929 -I was just fixing some ice tea. Would you like a glass? -Yea, unless you got a bottle of beer that's not working. (full quote)
10929 --We're both rotten. --Only you're a little more rotten. (full quote)
10929 Walter Neff, insurance salesman, 35 years old, unmarried, no visible scars - until a while ago, that is. (full quote)
10929 This has got to be perfect - straight down the line. (full quote)
10929 --where would the living room be? --In there. But they keep the liquor loked up. --That's all right. I carry my own keys. (full quote)
10929 It's on your two cars. The LaSalle and the Plymouth. (full quote)
10929 We hate to see the policies lapse. (full quote)
10929 There's a speed limit in this state, Mr. Neff. 45 miles per hour. (full quote)
10929 --Tell me, Walter, on this insurance, how much commision do you make? --Twenty percent. (full quote)
10929 Don't you think he should have accident insurance? (full quote)
10929 He's always been mean to me. (full quote)
10929 He was a Stanford man, Mr. Neff. He still goes to his class reunion every year. (full quote)
10929 Every month, hundreds of claims come to this desk. Some are phony. And I know which ones. (full quote)
10929 They say all native Californians come from Iowa. (full quote)
10929 Great football team Stanford. (full quote)
10929 what are you honking the horn for? (full quote)
10929 He was married to a woman he didn't care anything about. And I did. (full quote)
10929 Dollar-for-dollar, Mr. Dietrichson, accident insurance is the cheapest coverage you can buy. (full quote)
10929 It was a walk of a dead man. (full quote)
10929 We're going to do it, and we're going to do it right. (full quote)
10929 This is going to be perfect, straight down the line. (full quote)
10929 You're too good to be a salesman. (full quote)
10929 As you know, it contains a double-indemnity clause. (full quote)
10929 I know it was not an accident. (full quote)
10929 From the moment they met, it was murder! (full quote)
  Just put your hand on the knob, turn it to the left, now pull it towards you. That's the boy. (full quote)
SammyJankis Now, get out of here before I throw my desk at you. (full quote)
SammyJankis 1) You know, you, uh, oughta take a look at the statistics on suicide some time. You might learn a little something about the insurance business. 2) Mister Keyes, I was RAISED in the insurance business. 1) Yeah, in the front office. Come now, you've never read an actuarial table in your life, have you? Why they've got ten volumes on suicide alone. Suicide by race, by color, by occupation, by sex, by seasons of the year, by time of day. Suicide, how committed: by poison, by firearms, by drowning, by leaps. Suicide by poison, subdivided by TYPES of poison, such as corrosive, irritant, systemic, gaseous, narcotic, alkaloid, protein, and so forth. Suicide by leaps, subdivided by leaps from high places, under the wheels of trains, under the wheels of trucks, under the feet of horses, from STEAMBOATS. But, Mr. Norton: Of all the cases on record, there's not one single case of suicide by leap from the rear end of a moving train. And you know how fast that train was going at the point where the body was found? Fifteen miles an hour. Now how can anybody jump off a slow-moving train like that with any kind of expectation that he would kill himself? No, no soap, Mr. Norton. We're sunk, and we'll have to pay through the nose, and you know it. (full quote)
plietapper with all my heart I still love the man I killed (full quote)
chasprice 1) I wish you'd tell me what's engraved on that anklet. 2) Just my name. 3) As for instance? (full quote)
chasprice I really did, too, you old crab, always yelling your head off, always sore at everybody. But you never fooled me with your song and dance, not for a second. I kinda always knew that behind the cigar ashes on your vest, you had a heart as big as a house. (full quote)
dubl0zero Phyllis: There's a speed limit in this state, Mr. Neff. Forty-five miles an hour. Walter Neff: How fast was I going, officer? Phyllis: I'd say around ninety. Walter Neff: Suppose you get down off your motorcycle and give me a ticket. Phyllis: Suppose I let you off with a warning this time. Walter Neff: Suppose it doesn't take. Phyllis: Suppose I have to whack you over the knuckles. Walter Neff: Suppose I bust out crying and put my head on your shoulder. Phyllis: Suppose you try putting it on my husband's shoulder. Walter Neff: That tears it. (full quote)