The Little Shop of Horrors (1960)
Wally Campo: Sgt. Joe Fink, Narrator
Sgt. Joe Fink : [voice-over] Now we were on the case. Officer Frank Stoolie and me. My name is Fink. Sergeant Joe Fink. I'm a Fink.
Sgt. Joe Fink : [voiceover over a panning shot of a drawing of a sleazy neighbourhood] My name is Sergeant Joe Fink, working the 24-hour shift out of homicide. And this is my workshop. The part of town that everybody knows about, but that nobody wants to see - where the tragedies are deeper, the ecstasy's wilder and the crime rate consistently higher than anywhere else. Skid Row... my beat.
Sgt. Joe Fink : How's the wife, Frank?
Officer Frank Stoolie : Not bad, Joe.
Sgt. Joe Fink : Glad to hear it. The kids?
Officer Frank Stoolie : Lost one yesterday.
Sgt. Joe Fink : Lost one, eh? How'd that happen?
Officer Frank Stoolie : Playing with matches.
Sgt. Joe Fink : Well, those are the breaks.
Officer Frank Stoolie : Yeah, I guess so.