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with this?
Do I work for you, or do I work for him?
Good night, gentlemen.
I don't know.
- I don't know.
- Well, I appreciate anything you can do.
- This is highly irregular.
- Yeah, I know that.
Showing our depositors' accounts?
Hm. I don't know.
- You sure this is an official request?
- Yes. It's official, yes.
- You willing to put that in writing?
- Yeah. I'll put it in writing.
On police department letterhead?
I would write it on the head of a pin
if you want it there.
- I gotta have somethin' for the file.
- I realise that, but I'm in a hurry.
Well, we'll see.
He's had an account with us
for several years now.
That so?
Not a large account.
Never more than... Yeah.
That was back in '62. September.
I am not interested in '62 September.
I am interested in yesterday.
Yesterday? Well...
According to this,
he made a deposit of... $632.
- Yesterday?
- Yes.
- Thank you.
- Must have been when I was out to lunch.
A deposit that size, I'd remember.
Oh, you'll send me that letter
for the file, you hear?
I'll tell you, baby brother, the chief
didn't like him, not even from the first.
- Morning.
- Where do you think you're goin'?
It's all right. Let him go.
I just talked to the FBI lab. We can
prove Colbert was in that greenhouse.
Endicott's covering up.
I'm afraid you're too late.
We already got the guilty man.
- Who?
- Sam.
- Sam?
- That's right.
Our man is Endicott.
You just think a minute.
Didn't you catch Sam in a lie last night?
And yesterday he makes
a big cash deposit at the bank.
If I told you once,
I told you a hundred times
that I won that matchin' quarters
and halves. It took me three years!
Then why was it in big bills? I checked.
Because whenever I got enough change,
I'd trade it in on $20 bills.
And when I got up to $600,
I took it down and put it in the bank.
The day Colbert was killed, he cashed
a cheque for $900, $600 of which is gone,
$300 of which I believe you left in the
wallet as bait for some kid like Oberst!
- What kinda man do you think I am?!
- Now, don't you push me, boy!
Now listen.
If you weren't suspicious of Sam here,
why did you question him last night
when he changed his route?
- I knew why he changed his route.
- Knew what?
He was afraid I'd see
some naked white girl down the block.
- What?
- Some girl named Delores Purdy.
She parades around in the nude
at night to get her kicks. That's...
- How do you know?
- I know.
Well, I know. Do you understand?
I know that Colbert
cashed a cheque for $900.
I know that Sam made a big cash deposit.
I know that you caught him in a lie.
And I know that's enough for me.
C'mon, Sam.
Martin, lock him up.
Well... you're making a mistake.
Don't you bet against it.
You can catch your train now, Virgil.
Do you think Sam did it?
- Where do I find the chief?
- What's it all about?
My business.
Hey, look, Purdy.
Now, you got a complaint?
Well, right here's where you file it.
What I got to say, I say to the chief.
It's about Sam Wood.
All right.
Purdy's out here, sir.
It's about Sam.
All right. Send him in.
She is gonna have a baby.
Sam Wood's baby.
Well, ask her yourself
if you don't believe me!
What are you doin' here?
It's important that I hear this.
I ain't talkin' about this
with him in the room.
- Boy, you don't want trouble, you get!
- You be sensible. I'm a police officer.
You gonna get him outta here,
or do I gotta do it?!
You ain't gonna do nothin'.
You just stand there and shut up.
Sit down, little girl.
All right, now.
You tell me... all about it.
Just tell me how it happened.
Oh, come on. Come on, girl, speak!
- Well, you know how hot it's been.
- Yeah.
Nights, they aren't any better.
My brother works nights.
He leaves me all alone.
This particular night,
I go out on the porch.
I'm thinkin' how nice it'd be
if I had a fountain drink.
Sam comes down our road.
Just like he comes every night.
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