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Karl Schneider (Character)
from Detective Story (1951)
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- "Au théâtre ce soir"
- Histoire d'un détective (1972) TV episode, Played by Fernand Guiot (as Kurt Schneider)
- Detective Story (1970) (TV) Played by Carlo Alighiero (as Kurt Schneider)
- Detective Story (1963) (TV) Played by Heinrich Trimbur (as Dr. Schneider)
- Detective Story (1951) Played by George Macready
... aka "William Wyler's Production of Sidney Kingsley's Detective Story" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
Detective James McLeod: I ought to fall on you like the sword of God.
Karl Schneider: That sword has two edges. You could cut your own throat.
Detective James McLeod: I'm going to give you a piece of advice, Karl. When they let you free again, get out of New York. You butcher one more patient and law or no law, I'll find you. I'll put a bullet in the back of your head, and I'll drop your body in the East River. And I'll go home and I'll sleep sweetly.
Karl Schneider: You don't frighten me. Now I'll give you some advice. I have plenty on you, too. I know why you're so vindictive.
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