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The Killing

Cast
Sterling Hayden, Coleen Gray, Vince Edwards, Jay C. Flippen, Ted de Corsia, Marie Windsor, Elisha Cook Jr., Joe Sawyer, Colleen Gray
Released
1956
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Racetrack cashier George Peatty’s wife Sherry asks him, "A little senile, you mean...?"
”... not that I really care about such things, understand, as long as I have a big, handsome, intelligent brute like you.”
George: ”You know I’m crazy about you.” (0:11)

Sherry tells her lover Val Cannon, "But you know how crazy I am about you."
Val: ”And I’m crazy about you, too, sweetheart.”
Referring to George: ”The guy’s crazy.” (0:16)

George asks policeman Randy Kennan, "What, do you think I’m crazy?" (0:22)

Wrestler Maurice Oboukhoff: "You have my sympathies, Johnny." (0:30)

Gunman Nikki Arcane tells Johnny, "... you know the crowd would go completely nuts."
Johnny: ”Let them go nuts.”
Nikki: ”Okay, crazy.” (0:34)

Johnny tells Joe Piano, referring to Johnny’’s former cellmate Patsy Gennelli, "He told me to tell you not to worry about him."
Joe: ”I worry plenty.”
”You don’t have to worry about leaving anything in here.”
”Don’t you worry.” (0:35)

George tells Sherry, "I’m just nervous and restless."
Sherry: ”I know I’ve been irritable and moody lately...”
”Your problems will be my problems, whenever you’re worried about something, like now, for instance... Is that what you’re worried about?” (0:37)

Bookkeeper Marvin Unger tells Johnny, "Oh, I’m not worried about that. As a matter of fact, I’m not worried about anything." (0:41)

By telephone, Randy tells his colleague Fred, "Well, don’t worry about it." (0:51)

Randy tells the others, referring to the Captain, "He’s convinced I was holed up somewhere, drunk... Captain knows I was drunk..."
Randy tells George, ”Don’t worry...” (1:11)