A woman party guest tells her dance partner, "This time of night, you're mad." (0:04)
Convicted Nazi spy’s daughter Alicia Huberman tells federal agent Devlin, "Drunken driving."
Highway patrolman: ”Drunk, huh?” (0:08)
Alicia tells Devlin, "You're sore because you've fallen for the little drunk you tailed in Miami..." (0:21)
Alicia tells Devlin, "The time has come when... this madness between us can't go on any longer." (0:28)
Alexander Sebastian's mother Anna asks Alexander, referring to Alicia, "Wouldn't it be a little too much if we both grinned at her like idiots?" (0:46)
Alicia asks Devlin, "You idiot, what are you sore about?" (0:48)
Alicia answers, "Yes, something rather confusing."
Secret Service officer Prescott: ”I think so far everything has been managed with great intelligence.” (0:52)
Senora Ortiz tells Devlin, "Young men usually have short memories." (1:04)
Sebastian tells Anna, referring to Alicia, "I must have been insane, mad, behaved like an idiot, to believe in her with her clinging kisses." (1:18)
Prescott tells Devlin, referring to Alicia, "Say, that must be quite a binge she's on."
”Well, you said she was drinking last week, drunk when you saw her.”
Devlin: ”She wasn't drunk.”
Prescott: ”Well, still sounds like a hangover to me.” (1:30)