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Eileen Brennan, Tim Curry, Madeline Kahn, Christopher Lloyd, Michael McKean, Martin Mull, Lesley Ann Warren, Colleen Camp, Lee Ving, Bill Henderson
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Prof. Plum tells Mrs. Peacock, “You seem to suffer from what we call ‘pressure of speech.’”
Miss Scarlet asks Plum, “Are you a shrink?”
Plum: ”I do know a little bit about psychological medicine.” (0:14)

Butler Wadsworth: “Professor Plum, you were once a professor of psychiatry, specializing in helping paranoid and homicidal lunatics suffering from delusions of grandeur.” (0:19)

Mrs. White, referring to her husband: “He was deranged. He was a lunatic.” (0:22)

Wadsworth: “When my wife decided to end her life.”
”... the suicide of my wife preyed on my mind...” (0:31)

Miss Scarlet: “It’s my defense mechanism.”
Mrs. Peacock: ”Before I fainted, after I fainted.” (0:35)

Wadsworth, referring to Peacock: “She’s going to faint.”
Plum: ”It’s what we call psychotic.” (0:38)

Wadsworth: ”There’s a homicidal maniac about.” (0:40)

Mr. Green tells maid Yvette, “That’s why I’m nervous.” (0:49)

Stranded motorist, by telephone: “I’m a little nervous.” (0:52)

Policeman: “You all seem to be very anxious about something.” (0:57)

Policman, sniffing: “This man’s drunk, dead drunk.” (1:01)

Wadsworth: “While we stood here, trying to stop Yvette from panicking...” (1:11)

Plum, referring to the singing telegram girl: “She was my patient once; I had an affair with her.” (1:16)

Wadsworth: “To create confusion.” (1:19)

Miss Scarlet “ I hardly think it will enhance your reputation at the U.N., Prof. Plum, if it’s revealed that you’ve been implicated, not only in adultery with one of your patients, but in her death...” (1:22)

Wadsworth: “Frankly, Scarlet, I don’t give a damn.” (1:23)

Wadsworth tells Plum, “Even psychiatrists can tell the difference between patients who are alive or dead.” (1:28)