The Boston Strangler (1968)
Capt. Ed Willis: Everybody's banging everybody. It's a horny world.
Albert DeSalvo: [inside sanitarium] But... I don't belong here.... I-I guess everybody says that, don't they?
Albert DeSalvo: What did you tell the children where I am?
Irmgard De Salvo: They haven't asked.
Albert DeSalvo: What... What do you mean, "they haven't asked"?
Irmgard De Salvo: Well, they're only... they're only little children.
Irmgard De Salvo: I know, but... they accept things.
Albert DeSalvo: But... don't they miss me?
Title card: [opening title card] This is the story of 'Albert DeSalvo', the self-confessed Boston Strangler. The characters and incidents you are about to see are based on fact.
Capt. Ed Willis: Usually in a homicide of this kind, where nothing's stolen, it's a personal enmity, a grudge killing.
John Asgeirsson: Two cases of personal enmity against two harmless old ladies in the same neighborhood in one week?
John Asgeirsson: Come on, Captain, looks to me like a nut's loose.
Sgt. Frank McAfee: Nuts don't ransack apartments.
Sgt. Frank McAfee: So the women were strangled with a double square knot.
Sgt. Frank McAfee: What are you trying to tell us, that it was a doctor or an Eagle Scout?
John Asgeirsson: What about the sex? What did he actually do to them?
Capt. Ed Willis: What's the difference?
John Asgeirsson: People like to read about it.
Capt. Ed Willis: Let them read paperbacks.
John S. Bottomly: But what can you expect from a society that itself spends 44% of its tax dollars on killing?