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Barton Keyes (Character)
from Double Indemnity (1973) (TV)

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  1. Double Indemnity (1973) (TV) Played by Lee J. Cobb

  2. "ITV Play of the Week"
        - Double Indemnity (1960) TV episode, Played by Donald Pleasence

  3. "Lux Video Theatre"
    ... aka "Summer Video Theatre" - USA (summer title)
        - Double Indemnity (1954) TV episode, Played by Ray Collins

  4. Double Indemnity (1944) Played by Edward G. Robinson

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From Double Indemnity (1944)
Walter Neff: Hello, Keyes. You're up pretty early, aren't you? I always wondered what time you got down to the office. Or did that little man of yours pull you out of bed?
Barton Keyes: The janitor did. Seems you leaked a little blood on the way in here.
Walter Neff: Yeah, wouldn't be surprised. I wanted to straighten you out on that Dietrichson case.
Barton Keyes: So I gather.
Walter Neff: How long you been standing there?
Barton Keyes: Long enough.
Walter Neff: Kind of a crazy story with a crazy twist to it. One you didn't quite figure out.
Barton Keyes: You can't figure them all, Walter.
Walter Neff: That's right. I guess you can't at that. Now I suppose I get the big speech. The one with all the two dollar words in it. Let's have it, Keyes.
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