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What Film was This Line From?

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#1 joemarcus



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Posted 04 September 2016 - 01:14 AM

Years ago, I saw a great film noir about an unhappily married man who was honest and rather pedestrian in his life, but fell in love with a femme fatale and turned into an embezzler or some type of insurance fraud con artist.  I always thought the movie was called "Pitfall," and indeed there is a film with that name with a somewhat similar plot line with Dick Powell and Lizabeth Scott and Jane Wyatt (before "Father Knows Best").  But what I remember about the film I saw was near the end there's a fist fight over the insurance money, and one guy screams to the other "I'll take the dough.  You can have Marge!"  I never forgot that line.  Does anyone know what film this is?



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