Movie: The Killing [1956] Movie: The Killing [1956]

Movie: The Killing [1956] Movie: The Killing [1956]

[first lines]



Narrator:
At exactly 3:45 on that Saturday afternoon in the last week of September, Marvin Unger was, perhaps, the only one among the hundred thousand people at the track who felt no thrill at the running of the fifth race. He was totally disinterested in horse racing and held a lifelong contempt for gambling. Nevertheless, he had a $5 win bet on every horse in the fifth race. He knew, of course, that this rather unique system of betting would more than likely result in a loss, but he didn't care. For after all, he thought, what would the loss of twenty or thirty dollars mean in comparison to the vast sum of money ultimately at stake.

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Fay:
Johnny, you've got to run!



Johnny Clay:
Eh, what's the difference?

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Maurice:
I'd like you to call this number and ask for Mr. Stillman. Tell him that Maurice requires his services.



Fisher:
Sounds pretty mysterious. What's it all about?



Maurice:
There are some things, my dear Fisher, which bear not much looking into. You have undoubtedly heard of the Siberian god Heather who tried to discover the true nature of the sun; he stared up at the heavenly body until it made him blind. There are many things of this sort, including love, and death, and... maybe we'll discuss this later today. Please remember to make that call if I'm not back at 6:30.

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Maurice:
You have my sympathies, then. You have not yet learned that in this life you have to be like everyone else - the perfect mediocrity; no better, no worse. Individuality's a monster and it must be strangled in it's cradle to make our friends feel confident. You know, I've often thought that the gangster and the artist are the same in the eyes of the masses. They are admired and hero-worshipped, but there is always present underlying wish to see them destroyed at the peak of their glory.

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Johnny Clay:
You'd be killing a horse - that's not first degree murder, in fact it's not murder at all, in fact I don't know what it is.

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