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The clip talking in motel room Part 2 from Psycho (1960) with John Gavin, Janet Leigh
You make respectability sound disrespectful.
I'm all for it. It requires patience, temperance, a lot of sweating out.
Otherwise, though, it's just hard work.
But if I can see you and touch you even as simply as this, I won't mind it.
I'm tired of sweating for people who aren't there.
I sweat to pay off my father's debts, and he's in his grave.
I sweat to pay my ex-wife alimony, and she's living on the other side of the world.
I pay too.
They also pay who meet in hotel rooms.
A couple of years and my debts will be paid off.
If she ever remarries, the alimony stops.
I haven't even been married once yet.
But when you do, you'll swing.
Oh, Sam, let's get married.
And live with me in a storeroom behind a hardware store in Fairvale?
We'll have lots of laughs. I'll tell you what.
When I send my ex-wife her alimony, you can lick the stamps.
I'll lick the stamps.
You want to cut this off, go out and find yourself somebody available?
I'm thinking of it.
How could you even think a thing like that?
Don't miss your plane.
We can leave together, can't we?
Mm-mm. I'm late and, uh, you have to put your shoes on.