Miss Blaker tells nurse Anne, "If I could only sleep... Yesterday they refused to let me have my sleeping tablets."
"Couldn't you let me have my sleeping tablets now?" (0:03)
Miss Blaker takes a bottle labeled "Somenol" from the medicine cabinet. (0:05)
Miss Blaker's physician tells the court, "I came to the conclusion that death was due to an overdose of Somenol..." (0:07)
Patient Edward tells Anne, "Sometimes I'm rather sauced..." (0:19)
The pharmacist reaches for a bottle of Somenol. (0:23)
Anne tells maid Elie, "It's Mrs. Bentley's sleeping tablets." (0:27)
Anne swoons after Stephen tells her Edward has died. He asks a train conductor: "Can't you see she's fainted?" (0:42)
Anne asks Stephen, "This makes me a homicidal maniac, doesn't it?" (0:43)
Detective Bill tells Stephen, "There was a clumsy attempt to make it look like suicide." (0:47)
Dr. Threadgrove on the witness stand: "I came to the conclusion that the symptoms were those of Somenol poisoning."
"It appeared to be a case of suicide."
Stephen addresses the judge: "... the deceased couldn't have committed suicide." (1:02)
Judith poisons herself and falls to the floor. (1:15)