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- But you've just killed a man!
- That makes no difference!
I beg your pardon.
It makes all the difference in the world.
- We're going to call the police.
- No!
Please, Mr. Kringelein.
I will give you money, anything.
You can go away. Please.
- I have enough money.
- Mr. Kringelein, please help me.
- My life is in your hands.
- Your life.
What about my life,
when you had it in your hands?
But I can send you back to Friedersdorf.
I can give you a very good position
in Friedersdorf.
Many, many thanks,
Mr. Industrial Magnate Preysing...
- but I am never going back to Friedersdorf.
- Don't, please.
Worry about yourself.
Don't worry about me.
No, Mr. Kringelein, please don't call...
Hello! There's been a murder here.
I don't understand you. Murder?
- They're drinking.
- What?
Yes. What is it? Is this a joke?
Hello. Hurry up.
Someone in 166
says there's been a murder.
166? Preysing?
I'll attend to it.
- What time is it, Suzette?
- It's 3:00 in the morning, Madame.
Tired, Suzette?
- Is Madame not tired?
- No, Suzette.
- Madame has changed her dress again.
- Yes, Suzette.
The music has stopped.
How quiet it is tonight.
It was never so quiet in the Grand Hotel.
Those flowers make me think of funerals.
- Don't they you, Suzette?
- It's just nerves, Madame, nerves.
Suzette, we're going to
take a holiday soon.
Six weeks in Tremezzo.
I'm going to live like a real woman...
perfectly simple, perfectly quiet,
perfectly happy.
- Yes, Madame.
- We'll have a guest.
Certainly, Madame.
But Madame must sleep now.
The train will soon go.
I suppose so.
Call Baron von Geigern's room, please.
Keep ringing. He must be asleep.
Come and fetch me, chri...
I'm longing for you.
I haven't been asleep.
I kept thinking that you might come to me.
But he must answer. Ring!
Why don't you answer the phone, please?
Yes. Ring.
Where are you?
- Forty-two.
- Let's go to work, boys.
Forty-four, forty-six pounds.
- Are these things necessary?
- I'm afraid so, Mr. Preysing.
All right.
We've taken care of all that, Mr. Preysing.
The night porter's gone. You're late.
I was at the clinic the whole night.
- My wife, poor girl.
- The child hasn't come yet?
No. But I mustn't let it interfere
with my duty.
- You won't forget that?
- No, sir.
- I'm going now.
- Yes, Doctor.
- What's this?
- A killing in 166.
Killing? Who?
The big manufacturer Preysing
killed Baron von Geigern.
Good heavens! What for?
- I don't know.
- That's terrible!
- He was a nice fellow.
- They say he was a thief.
I don't believe it. He was a real gentleman.
I know people.
I'm so tired
I can't hardly see out of my eyes.
No sleep for two nights, here all day,
and now this killing at the hotel.
Halt! Front!
- Good morning.
- Good morning.
Show your hands. Hands. Over.
- Change those gloves.
- Yes, sir.
- Down.
- Dismissed.
Too bad about the Baron.
You always felt better
when he came along.
- Always friendly, such an agreeable fellow.
- I'll tell you a funny thing about...
Be quiet. Good morning, madam.
Where are you taking that dog?
- Baron von Geigern.
- Give it to me.
Better take charge of this dog.
It belonged to the Baron.
Yes, sir.
- They have taken him away?
- Yes. Wasn't it terrible?
Madame must not know. You understand?
Madame must not know!
All right, I can tell it to the maids,
but I can't answer for downstairs.
- Are you all right, Miss Flaemmchen?
- Yes.
I was just thinking about the Baron.
Lying there, with his eyes so open.
You loved the Baron, didn't you?
So did I.
He was friendly to me as no man ever was.
What if he was a burglar?
- They don't kill a man for that.
- He was desperate.
He was?
He tried to raise money all day.
And he laughed, poor devil.
And a man like Preysing has to kill him.
You know, I didn't like Preysing right off.
Why did you have anything

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