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Consistently named one of the best movies of all time, Double Indemnity sees a woman convince an insurance adjuster she's had an affair with to engage in a fraudulent scheme to collect double the insurance money on a double indemnity clause on her husband's insurance policy. While the police buy the appearance of her husband's body on a train track as an accidental death, another insurance adjuster isn't buying the story and starts searching for the truth surrounding the man's death.This list includes all the best Double Indemnity lines and moments, just as they appeared in the actual movie script. Whether they are funny quotes, sad quotes, quotes about love or death, all the most famous Double Indemnity quotes are here.
Get Out Of HerePhoto: Wikimedia Commons / CC-BYPhyllis: I think you're rotten.
Walter Neff: I think you're swell - so long as I'm not your husband.
Phyllis: Get out of here.
Walter Neff: You bet I'll get out of here, baby. I'll get out of here but quick.Should this be higher or lower?
Who'd You Think I Was?Photo: flickr / CC0Walter Neff: Who'd you think I was anyway? The guy that walks into a good looking dame's front parlour and says, "Good afternoon, I sell accident insurance on husbands... you got one that's been around too long? One you'd like to turn into a little hard cash?"Should this be higher or lower?
I Wonder If You WonderVideo: YouTubeWalter Neff: You'll be here too?
Phyllis: I guess so, I usually am.
Walter Neff: Same chair, same perfume, same anklet?
Phyllis: I wonder if I know what you mean.
Walter Neff: I wonder if you wonder.Should this be higher or lower?
You Old CrabPhoto: flickr / CC0Barton Keyes: Now that's enough out of you, Walter. Now get outta here before I throw my desk at you.
Walter Neff: I love you, too.
Walter Neff: I really did, too, you old crab. Always yelling your head off, always sore at everybody. You never fooled me with your song and dance, not for a second. I kinda always knew that behind all the cigar ashes on your vest was a heart as big as a house.Should this be higher or lower?