After learning from Baker that it was an orange coupe that followed the taxi to George's house, Vincent pays a visit to Madge Rapf (Agnes Moorehead), pretending to be a friend of Bob's (Bruce Bennett). After flirting for a bit and discussing her love for the color orange, Madge suddenly realizes that it's Vincent Parry behind Allan Linnell's eyes. Vincent accuses her of murdering both his wife Gert and his friend George and says that he is going to turn over all the evidence to the police. At first, Madge scoffs but eventually admits that it's true. Without her admission, however, she knows that the police will see the 'evidence' as simply Vincent's theory. She backs away from him, runs behind a curtain, stumbles and falls out the window, plunging to her death. With Madge now dead and no way to get a confession from her to substantiate his 'evidence', Vincent decides to flee the country. He buys a ticket to Benton, Arizona then calls Irene. He invites her to join him in Paita, Peru. In the final scene, Parry is sitting in a cafe in Paita. The music suddenly changes to Too Marvelous for Words. Parry looks up and sees Irene entering. Wordlessly, they begin to dance with each other.