The Glass Tomb (1955)
Pel Pelham: [referring to his son] But I want him to live on what he learns from books, not his wits. I don't want him outside the world always looking in. I don't want him to be an outsider.
Jenny Pelham: Oh, well, if you have to go around feeling sorry for yourself, at least put your pants on.
Pel Pelham: It takes very little to make people happy these days - only money.
Reporter: [in the murdered girl's apartment] Murder, murder, murder!
Lindley: A sad business, but it's a living.
[leaving the room]
Lindley: Come on, boys. Soon as you wrap it up, get everything over to my office.
Reporter: Got any angles, sir?
Lindley: Well, let's see what Mr. Lewis the bookmaker has to say about the letter.
Reporter: Maybe she lost a bet.
Lindley: Maybe it was the other way around. Somebody paid her off, that's for sure!
Pel Pelham: Look, Lindley, you do your job; I'll do mine. I could never do your job because I'd always be for the underdog.
Lindley: That could be a dangerous dog sometimes.
Rorke: [on a subway platform] I'm only guessing, but I think it must have been very lonely for you sitting up in that room all that time with her so cold and so dead. But something I don't have to guess about - like how a man plays Santy Claus to a pretty young girl while...
[the rest is indistinguishable as the train roars by]