- What is it?
- Ginny?

I'm Mrs. Mitchell.
- How's Mr. Mitchell?
- My husband's in a great deal of...

- What do you want, anyway? It's late.
- I wanted to talk to a girl named Ginny.

My husband's a soldier
that was here tonight.

There are no soldiers here now, just me.
- I don't have anything to do with soldiers.
- Please, wait.

I've got to talk to you.
It's terribly important.

I know it's late, but you've got to help me.
Can't I come in for just a minute, please?

- My husband's in trouble.
- I know nothing about your husband.

Why don't you go home.
Maybe he's waiting for you.

He's in jail. They say that he
killed a man, but he didn't.

Okay, then there isn't any problem.
What do you want from me,
a character reference?

All I want you to do is to say
he was with you tonight.

Tonight's a long time ago.
I wouldn't be able to remember.

- You'd remember Mitch.
- Why? He have two heads or something?

You danced with him out in back
of where you work in a sort of garden.

You gave him your key
and told him your address.

- He told you he was here with me tonight?
- Yes.

He lied to you. If he was here,
I didn't know about it.

And I don't know where you got
my name and address.

I can't tell you anything else.
You'd better go now.

- What do you want?
- I wanna talk to you.

- What's your name?
- Are you a cop or something?

- What's your name?
- I don't like cops.

Nobody likes cops.
- What's your name?
- Virginia Tremaine. Why?

- Where are you from?
- From here.

- Before you were from here?
- Pennsylvania. Wilkes-Barre. So what?