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Follow That Line: Film Noir Edition
Follow That Line
Can you pick the line from a mystery or detective film given the line before it?
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IMDb Top 50 Foreign Films
(Sunset Boulevard) 'You're Norma Desmond. You used to be in silent pictures. You used to be big.'
(Double Indemnity) 'I picked you for the job, not because I think you're so darn smart, but because I thought you were a shade less dumb than the rest of the outfit.'
(The Third Man) 'You've been blundering around with the worst bunch of racketeers in Vienna, your precious Harry's friends, and now you're wanted for murder.'
(The Maltese Falcon) 'Heavy. What is it?'
(Strangers on a Train) 'You had no trouble, of course, with the police once they verified your alibi?'
(The Big Sleep) 'How do you like your brandy, sir?'
(Spellbound) 'Women make the best psychoanalysts until they fall in love.'
(Laura) 'In my case, self-absorption is completely justified.'
(White Heat) 'You wouldn't kill me in cold blood, would ya?'
(Key Largo) 'You don't like it, do you Rocco, the storm? Show it your gun, why don't you?'
(Gaslight) 'If I were not mad, I could have helped you. Whatever you had done, I could have pitied and protected you.'
(The Stranger) 'Kill me, I want you to. I couldn't face life knowing what I've been to you and what I've done to Noah.'
(The Big Heat) 'They come and go like flies.'
(Murder, My Sweet) 'It's a long story and not pretty.'
(The Enforcer) Babe: 'Who calls him on the phone?' Tom: 'If you're a good swimmer, you can ask the guy who found out.'
(Shadow of a Doubt) 'I can't face the world in the morning.'
(Touch of Evil) 'That wasn't no miss, Vargas.'
(Dark Passage) 'I got the license number. I always had a good head for figures.'
(Foreign Correspondent) 'I think the world has been run long enough by well-meaning professionals.'
(Marnie) 'How do you take your tea, Miss Taylor?'
(Witness for the Prosecution) 'But this is England, where I thought you never arrest, let alone convict, people for crimes they have not committed.'
(In a Lonely Place) 'Before I started to go to work at Paul's, I used to think that actors made up their own lines.'
(The 39 Steps) 'Have you ever heard of the 39 Steps?'
(The Lady from Shanghai) 'I don't speak their language, see, and they want me to identify this guy.'
(Kiss Me Deadly) 'You're never around when I need you.'
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