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Murder on the Orient Express

Murder on the Orient Express(1974)

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  • A.D.C.  

    Ah, here's your ticket, Monsieur Poirot. I'm afraid you've still got another hour.

  • Hercule Poirot  

    Then, please, do not wait.

  • A.D.C.  

    Not wait? Hah. After all you've done for us, Monsieur Poirot? Ha ha. Oh. Uh, my general's orders were to ensure your safe departure. He also wished to thank you again for saving the honour of the British garrison in Jordan. The Brigadier's, uh, confession was opportune. I say, how did you do it? Was it the old, uh, thumbscrew, you know, the rack, huh? ...Oh. Well, uh, you'll be able to rest as soon as you get to Stamboul. The, uh, the Church of Santa Sophia is absolutely magnificent.

  • Hercule Poirot  

    You have seen it?

  • A.D.C.  

    No.

  • Hercule Poirot  

    Mr. Ratchett, I have made enough money to satisfy both my needs and my caprices. I take only such cases now as interest me, and to be frank, my interest in your case is, uh... dwindling.

  • Hercule Poirot  

    Only by interrogating the other passengers could I hope to see the light, but when I began to question them, the light, as Macbeth would have said, thickened.

  • Beddoes  

    Oh, yes, sir, the Italian gentleman.

  • Hercule Poirot  

    Eh, does he speak English?

  • Beddoes  

    A kind of English, sir. I think he learnt it in a place called Chicago.

  • Bianchi  

    You mean you saw the man? You can identify the murderer?

  • Mrs. Hubbard  

    I mean nothing of the kind. I mean there was a man in my compartment last night. It was pitch dark, of course, and my eyes were closed in terror--

  • Bianchi  

    Then how did you know it was a man?

  • Mrs. Hubbard  

    Because I've enjoyed very warm relationships with both my husbands.

  • Bianchi  

    With your eyes closed.

  • Mrs. Hubbard  

    That helped.