Murder, My Sweet
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Originally released as a motion picture in 1944.
Based upon the novel: Farewell my lovely / by Raymond Chandler. From a story by Bob Williams.
Special features: commentary by author/film-noir specialist Alain Silver; theatrical trailer.
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Philip Marlowe (voiceover): "...She was a charming middle-aged lady with a face like a bucket of mud. I gave her a drink. She was a gal who'd take a drink, if she had to knock you down to get the bottle."
Lindsay Marriott: "I'm afraid I don't like your manner." Philip Marlowe: "Yeah, I've had complaints about it, but it keeps getting worse."
Lindsay Marriott: "How would you like a swift punch on the nose?!?" Philip Marlowe: "I tremble at the thought of such violence."
Philip Marlowe (voiceover): "I caught the blackjack right behind my ear. A black pool opened up at my feet. I dived in. It had no bottom. I felt pretty good -- like an amputated leg."
Philip Marlowe: " 'Okay Marlowe,' I said to myself. 'You're a tough guy. You've been sapped twice, choked, beaten silly with a gun, shot in the arm until you're crazy as a couple of waltzing mice. Now let's see you do something really tough -- like putting your pants on.' "