The Kennel Murder Case (1933) Poster

Robert McWade: District Attorney Markham



  • Philo Vance : Say, Markham, I just heard about Arthur Coe.

    Dist. Atty. Markham : Yes. Too bad he had to bump himself off like that.

    Philo Vance : Hmm, that's why I called you. You sure that he did bump himself off?

    Dist. Atty. Markham : Well, his butler tells us he's sitting in a locked room with a revolver in his hand and a bullet in his head. I don't know what else you'd call it.

  • Philo Vance : Well, if you knew Archer Coe, you would know that suicide would be almost a psychological impossibility for him.

    Dist. Atty. Markham : Psychological, bosh! Now two and two make four, don't they?

    Philo Vance : How do you know you have two and two?

  • Dist. Atty. Markham : Haven't you got any ideas, Vance?

    Philo Vance : Markham, it's a maze of conflicting clues. Any one of seven people might have done it.

    Detective Sgt. Heath : We couldn't convict seven people, Mr. Vance.

    Philo Vance : You couldn't convict one with the evidence you've got.

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