In Reno a man kills a girl he likes and her boyfriend out of jealousy; it may not be the first time. A woman whose divorce has just come thr...更多>
Albert Arnett: As you grow older, you'll discover that life is very much like coffee - the aroma is always better than the actuality. Helen Brent: If you go to the police, you'll see Laurie sooner than you think. Mrs. Kraft: Are you trying to scare me? Helen Brent: I'm just warning you. Perhaps you don't realize - it's painful being killed. A piece of metal sliding into your body, finding its way into your heart. Or a bullet tearing through your skin, crashing into a bone. It takes a while to die, too. Sometimes a long while. Helen Brent: [to Sam, approvingly] You're not a turnip, are you? Helen Brent: I must warn you, though, liquor makes me nosy. I've been known to ask all sorts of personal questions after four cocktails. Marty Waterman: 'Sallright. I've been known to tell people to mind their own business. Cold sober, too.