Police Lt. Diamond is told to close his surveillance of suspected mob boss Mr. Brown because it's costing the department too much money with no results. Diamond makes one last attempt to uncover evidence against Brown by going to Brown's girlfriend, Susan Lowell. Written by
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In what is arguably this film's most memorable scene, the weapon with which Richard Conte
's character so effectively bludgeons Cornel Wilde
's protagonist (albeit unbearably - and unforgettably - hearing-aid-enhanced), is the uncredited, offscreen contribution of the then hugely popular L.A.-based jazz ensemble, Shorty Rogers and His Giants
; and in particular, the excellent but - in this case - literally deafening drum solo of Shelly Manne
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In the scene where Susan is having a drink in her apartment, there are shadows of plant leaves on a door in the background. However when Mr Brown comes in via another door, these shadows have vanished in the ensuing shots. See more
I think Mr. Diamond needs a drink. Got any liquor?
How about some paint thinner?
No, that'll kill him. Anything else?
Hair tonic, 40% alcohol.
Referenced in Reservoir Dogs