The clip ensuring the alibi from Double Indemnity (1944) with Fred MacMurray
On the way back, we went over once more...
...what she was to do at the inquest...
...if they had one, and about the insurance, when that came up.
I was afraid she might go to pieces a little, now that we had done it.
But she was perfect. No nerves. Not a tear, not even a blink of the eyes.
She dropped me a block from my apartment house.
Walter, what's the matter?
Aren't you going to kiss me?
It's straight down the line, isn't it?
I love you, Walter.
I love you, baby.
It was two minutes past 11:00, as I went up the service stairs again.
Nobody saw me this time either. In the apartment I checked the bells.
The cards hadn't moved. No calls. No visitors.
Then I changed my clothes again. That left one last thing to do.
I had to go down to the garage. I wanted Charlie to see me again.
You gonna use your car, after all?
I'm not quite through.
Well, that's all right, Charlie.
Just going up to the drugstore to get something to eat.
Been working upstairs all night. My stomach's getting a little sore at me.
Yes, sir, Mr. Neff.
That was all there was to it.
Nothing had slipped, nothing had been overlooked.