The clip Keyes rejects claim from Double Indemnity (1944) with Edward G. Robinson
Murder's never perfect. Always comes apart sooner or later.
And when two people are involved, it's usually sooner.
Now, we know the Dietrichson dame is in it, and a somebody else.
Pretty soon we'll know who that somebody else is.
He'll show. He's got to show. Sometime, somewhere, they've got to meet.
Their emotions are all kicked up.
Whether it's love or hate doesn't matter. They can't keep away from each other.
They may think it's twice as safe because there are two of them.
But it isn't twice as safe.
It's 10 times twice as dangerous. They've committed a murder...
...and it's not like taking a trolley ride together...
...where they can get off at different stops.
They're stuck with each other and they've got to ride...
...all the way to the end of the line.
And it's a one-way trip, and the last stop is the cemetery.
She put in her claim.
I'm gonna throw it right back at her.
Let her sue us if she dares.
I'll be ready for her and that somebody else.
They'll be digging their own graves.
The clip being-interviewed from Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser (Straight, No Chaser ) (1988) with Thelonious Monk, Bob Jones. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. What is more important in your work? Playing the piano or composing? - I do both. - Both. Mr. Monk, do you always wear different hats and caps in your concerts? Do they have an influence in your music? No. Good question. Maybe they do. I don't know. Do you think the piano has enough keys? 88? Or do you want more or less? It's hard work to play those 88. I was in the room, Nellie was in the room, backstage. And a reporter came and asked him what kind of music he liked. And Thelonious: "I like all kinds of music." A pretty good, legitimate answer. And then the reporter said, "Do you like country music?" Thelonious didn't answer. And the reporter said, "Well, do you? Do you like country music?" Thelonious looked at me and said, "I think the fellow's hard of hearing."
The clip appearing-on-live-tv from Thelonious Monk: Straight, No Chaser (Straight, No Chaser ) (1988) with Harry Colomby, Thelonious Monk. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film. Live television is the scariest medium of all... ...because it's millions of people. If you're going to act silly or not show up... ...it's going to be a glaring omission. I just remember being very nervous. He sat down and he played, and I was aware... ...of a real professional. What's there to be nervous about? He's there. I remember though, on the way back, he was a little pissed off... ...at Count Basie. What did he say? He said Count Basie kept looking at him... ...while he was playing. He was at the piano and that somehow bothered him. He said, "Next time he plays, I'm going to look at him."