The clip confronting Phyllis Part 2 from Double Indemnity (1944) with Fred MacMurray
In here, Walter.
Anybody else in the house?
What's that music?
A radio up the street.
Just like the first time I came here, isn't it?
We were talking about automobile insurance.
Only you were thinking about murder.
I was thinking about that anklet.
And what are you thinking about now?
I'm all through thinking, baby.
I just came to say goodbye.
Where are you going?
You're the one that's going, baby. Not me.
I'm getting off the trolley car right at this corner.
Suppose you stop being fancy. Let's have it, whatever it is.
All right, I'll tell you. A friend of mine's got a funny theory.
He says when two people commit a murder, it's sort of like they're riding...