Alfred Hitchcock: Good evening. Tonight's play is entitled, "Nightmare in 4-D." It will be presented in only two dimensions, however. We could present it in 3-D. In fact, we did in America, but the viewers kept getting involved and during one of the more violent scenes, we lost half our audience. We wouldn't want that to happen here. In this case, 4-D indicates the number of an apartment. And "Nightmare in 4-D" concerns the goings-on in that apartment. The goings-on will begin going on in just a moment.
Miss Elliott: [nearly dropping her packages] Oh, darn!
Harry Parker: Hold it! Hold it! I got it. All right. All right.
Harry Parker: Miss Elliot, I can't get involved in a murder. I'm a married man.
Lieutenant Orsatti: She was in the bedroom. Mrs. Bolton had her on the phone complaining about the TV being too loud. The murder was committed while they were talking. Any other ideas, Mr. Parker? I didn't think so. You can call your lawyer now if you like.
Alfred Hitchcock: That was amusing. Although I think Norma was a poor sport about it all. And now the time has come for us to part. But, please. No long goodbyes. Don't even look back. I want to remember you as you were. So, until next time, good night.