Movie: The Private Eyes [1981] Movie: The Private Eyes [1981]

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Dr. Tart:
You want another glass of pus?



Inspector Winship:
No I don't want another glass of pus!

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[Reading a note next to the dead Hilda]



Dr. Tart:
Hilda is dead, and here's something to note. You can't bury her at sea, 'cause her bosoms will float.

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Mr. Uwatsum:
How about a nice bowl of fish eyes?



Inspector Winship:
Will you pardon me, please?



Mr. Uwatsum:
Ah... Do you like hummingbird cookies?



Dr. Tart:
...No, thank you.

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[Inspector Winship is interrogating Mr. Uwatsum, who is completely bald]



Dr. Tart:
[to Inspector Winship] Ask him where he gets his hair done.

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[the staff are introducing themselves to Winship and Tart]



Jock:
[in a slurred and garbled speech] My name is Jock. I'm the groom. I was under Lord Morley's command in India. He had my tongue cut out...



Inspector Winship:
Just a second. What did you say?



Dr. Tart:
He said,


[imitating Jock's speech, only more garbled]



Dr. Tart:
He said that his name is Jock. He was under Lord Morley's command...



Inspector Winship:
Will you shut up?



Dr. Tart:
[still imitating Jock's speech] That's what he said!

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