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1:21:02
...to turn toward the kitchen and holler...
1:21:04
..."Frankie!"
1:21:11
Where is all this leading to?
1:21:13
After dinner, you paid him to have sex.
1:21:19
That is absolute nonsense.
1:21:21
The Quarter is filled
with vivid imaginations, dear Mr. Garrison.

1:21:26
Grimy young hoodlums who will say
and do anything!

1:21:29
Mr. O'Keefe told us...
1:21:31
...David Ferrie came to the house
with another young man.

1:21:36
Who?
David Ferrie.

1:21:39
I don't know that name.
1:21:41
Never having met Mr. O'Keefe,
I couldn't have met Mr. Ferrie.

1:21:58
You're mine, Mary.
1:22:00
The four of you partied early
into the morning hours.

1:22:03
Look at this picture.
1:22:05
I've never met anyone
of such bizarre appearance.

1:22:16
Only way you get this,
you do exactly what I say. I'm the man.

1:22:22
You know the name Clay Bertrand?
1:22:24
Clay Bertrand.
1:22:27
A man with a similar name worked
at the Chamber of Commerce.

1:22:30
That the man you had in mind?
No, it was not.

1:22:34
Can you identify this man?
1:22:36
Naturally. You claim Mr. Oswald
also had dinner with me?

1:22:40
Have you ever met Lee Harvey Oswald?
1:22:43
You have me consorting with a sordid cast
of characters.

1:22:47
Please answer the question.
'Course not.

1:22:50
The assassination was such a pity.
In fact...

1:22:53
...I admired Kennedy. Man of true panache.
1:22:56
Wife of impeccable taste.
1:22:58
Le¬Ěs order without your daddy.
He won't mind.


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