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    First lines are spoken by the elevator operator Joe (John Philliber), and Walter (Fred MacMurray) doesn't really get going until he turns on the Dictaphone, the chilling opening of Billy Wilder's Double Indemnity, 1944, co-written with Raymond Chandler, from James M. Cain's novel.

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