The clip Rick's plans from Casablanca (1942)
You haven't any proof, and you know it. This isn't Germany or occupied France.
All you can do is fine him and give him 30 days. You might as well let him go now.
I'd advise you not to be too interested in what happens to Laszlo.
If you were to help him escape...
What makes you think I'd stick my neck out for Laszlo?
Because, one, you bet 10,000 francs he'd escape.
Two, you've got the letters of transit. Don't bother to deny it.
And you might do it simply because you don't like Strasser's looks.
As a matter of fact, I don't either.
They're all excellent reasons.
Don't count too much on my friendship.
In this matter I'm powerless. Besides, I might lose the 10,000 francs.
You're not very subtle, but you are effective. I get the point.
Yes, I have the letters.
But I intend using them myself.
I'm leaving Casablanca on tonight's plane. The last plane.
And I'm taking a friend with me. One you'll appreciate.
That ought to put your mind to rest about my helping Laszlo escape.
The last man I want to see in America.
You didn't come here to tell me this. You have the letters of transit.
You can fill in your name and hers and leave anytime you please.
Why are you still interested in what happens to Laszlo?
I'm not. But I am interested in what happens to Ilsa and me.
We have a legal right to go, that's true...
...but people have been held in Casablanca in spite of their legal rights.
What makes you think we want to hold you?
Ilsa is Laszlo's wife.
She probably knows things that Strasser would like to know.