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Barton Keyes (Character)
from Double Indemnity (1973) (TV)
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- Double Indemnity (1973) (TV) Played by Lee J. Cobb
- "ITV Play of the Week"
- Double Indemnity (1960) TV episode, Played by Donald Pleasence
- "Lux Video Theatre"
... aka "Summer Video Theatre" - USA (summer title)
- Double Indemnity (1954) TV episode, Played by Ray Collins
- Double Indemnity (1944) Played by Edward G. Robinson
Barton Keyes: Just came from Norton's office. Semiannual sales records are out. You're high man, Walter. That's twice in a row. Congratulations.
Walter Neff: Thanks. How'd you like a cheap drink?
Barton Keyes: How'd you like a $50 cut in salary?
Walter Neff: Do I laugh now or wait til it gets funny?
Barton Keyes: I'm serious. I've just been talking to Norton. Too much stuff piling up on my desk. Too much pressure on my nerves. I spend half the night walking up and down on my bed. I've got to have an assistant and I thought of you.
Walter Neff: Me? Why pick on me?
Barton Keyes: 'Cause I've got a crazy idea you might be good at the job.
Walter Neff: That's crazy all right. I'm a salesman.
Barton Keyes: Yeah, peddlar. Glad-handler. Back-slapper. You're too good to be a salesman.
Walter Neff: Nobody's too good to be a salesman.
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