The clip Getting Layton's file from Brazil (1985) with Michael Palin, Jonathan Pryce. Powered by: Anyclip. ...
The clip Getting Layton's file from Brazil (1985) with Michael Palin, Jonathan Pryce. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
Now bring me the blue one over there.
I need to find out about a woman.
Come on, Chloe, let's show Uncle Sam here how we can make the word "cat." Shall we?
Sorry, love. So you are.
This is her.
How much do you know about this?
Uh, not much.
What does B58/732 mean to you?
I knew it.
You always were bloody quick, Sam.
Who else knows? Warrenn? Helpmann?
I don't know. I only know you got the wrong man.
Information Transit got the wrong man.
I got the right man.
The wrong man was delivered to me as the right man.
I accepted him on good faith as the right man. Was I wrong?
You killed Buttle?
Sam, there are very rigid parameters laid down to prevent such things happening.
It wasn't my fault that Buttle's heart condition didn't appear on Tuttle's file.
Come and look. How you getting on?
A, B, C-
I really need to know about -
Well, we're gonna have to bring Mr. Tuttle in, aren't we?
And interrogate him at the same voltage as Mr. Buttle.
And juggle the books in Electrical Banking.
What has Tuttle done?
We suspect him of, uh, freelance subversion.
A freelance subversive.
Then all I need to wrap up the case is the Layton woman.
What has she done?
Well, she witnessed the Tuttle - Um, the Buttle arrest.
Since then, she's been going around making wild allegations...
obviously trying to exploit the situation.
She's working for someone, and I don't think it's us.
That's it. Over there, love.
Mr. Lint, the next customer has been delivered.
Thank you, Myrtle.
What are you gonna do about the Layton woman?
Well, I put her on the detention list. Security should have her here before 6:00.
What, here? So that she can spill the beans inside the department?
Don't do that!
Jack, why don't I try and get to her for you?