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The clip checking in motel from Psycho (1960) with John Gavin, Vera Miles We better decide what we're gonna say or do when we walk in there. We're going to register as man and wife. We're going to get shown to a cabin, and then we're going to search every inch of the place, inside and out. [Truck Door Opens, Closes] I wonder where Norman Bates does his hermiting. Someone's at that window. I just saw the curtain move. Come on. Well? Just coming up to ring for you. Uh-huh. Suppose you want a room. We were gonna try to make it to San Francisco, but we don't like the look of that sky. Looks like a bad day coming, doesn't it? I'll take you to cabin ten. Better sign in first, hadn't we? That's not necessary. My boss is paying for this trip and, uh, well, it's 90% business. He wants practically notarized receipts. I'd better sign in and get a receipt. Thank you. I'll get your bags. Haven't any. I'll show you the room, then. First time I've ever seen it happen. You check in any other place in this country without bags and you have to pay in advance. Ten dollars. [Paper Crinkling]
26 Nov 2011
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The clip checking in motel Part 2 from Psycho (1960) with John Gavin, Vera Miles That receipt. I'll go on ahead. [Norman] All right, there's your receipt. I'll show you the cabin. Don't bother yourself. We'll find it.
27 Nov 2011
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The clip checking in motel 2 from Psycho (1960) with Anthony Perkins [Horn Honking] [Horn Honking] Gee, I'm sorry I didn't hear you in all this rain. Go ahead in, please. Dirty night. Do you have a vacancy? Oh, we have 12 vacancies. 12 cabins, 12 vacancies. They, uh... They moved away the highway. Oh, I thought I'd gotten off the main road. I knew you must have. Nobody ever stops here anymore unless they've done that. But... there's no sense dwelling on our losses. We just keep on lighting the lights and following the formalities. Your home address. Oh, just the town will do. Los Angeles. Cabin one. It's closer in case you want anything. It's right next to the office.
27 Nov 2011
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The clip checking in motel Part 2 2 from Psycho (1960) with Anthony Perkins I want sleep more than anything else, except maybe food. There's a big diner about ten miles up the road, just outside of Fairvale. Am I that close to Fairvale? Fifteen miles. I'll get your bags. [Unlocking Lock] Boy, it's stuffy in here. Well, the, uh, mattress is soft and there's hangers in the closet and stationary with "Bates Motel" printed on it in case you wanna make your friends back home feel envious. And the, uh... Over there. The bathroom. Yeah. Well, uh, i-i-if you want anything, just... just tap on the wall. I'll be in the office. Thank you, Mr. Bates. Norman Bates. You're not really gonna go out again and drive up to the diner, are you? No. Then would you do me a favor? Would you have dinner with me? I was just about to myself. Nothing special... just sandwiches and milk. But I'd like it very much if you'd come up to the house. I don't set a fancy table, but the kitchen's awful homey. I'd like to. All right. You get yourself settled and, and take off your wet shoes. I'll be back as soon as it's ready. Okay. With my... With my trusty umbrella. [Laughs]
27 Nov 2011
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