Notorious script
Notorious (1946)
Synopsis: Notorious is a 1946 American thriller film directed and produced by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman and Claude Rains as three people whose lives become intimately entangled during an espionage operation. It was shot in late 1945 and early 1946, and was released by RKO Radio Pictures in August 1946.

COMMODORE:

No, thanks, had enough. So've you.

ALICIA:

Now, don't be silly. The important drinkinghasn't started yet.

Alicia adjusts the phonograph as a record ends.

HOPKINS:

Everybody down here's got a stuffed fish hangin'on the wall. Where'd they get it? Never seen

a fish.

Alicia offers to refill the silent man's glass.

ALICIA:

How 'bout you, handsome?

He accepts and she pours.

ALICIA:

(to the silent man)

Haven't I seen you somewhere before? Oh, itdoesn't matter.

(sits opposite him)

I like party crashers.

ETHEL:

(to Alicia)

He's not a party crasher. I brought him.

ALICIA:

Oh.

ETHEL:

(to Hopkins)

Mister Hopkins, would you mind [?]

HOPKINS:

Wouldn't think of it.

WOMAN:

(crossing to Alicia)

I wouldn't mind being followed by a cop.

Alicia pours the woman a drink.

ALICIA:

I hate low underhanded people like policemen,

pussyfooting after you. Because I'm a marked

woman, you know. I'm liable to blow up thePanama Canal any minute now. Do you want someice in it?

WOMAN:

No, thank you.

COMMODORE:

(to Alicia)

It's not becoming for a lovely girl like youto be worried about policemen. You won't be

tomorrow.

ALICIA:

Oh? Really?

COMMODORE:

We sail at ten.

ALICIA:

Really? We just sail away, huh?

HOPKINS:

Show me a fish and I'll show you a liar.

No fish.

ALICIA:

(off Hopkins' comment)

What this party needs is a little glandtreatment.

COMMODORE:

We'd better start breaking up, Alicia. Have

to be on board at nine. One week in Havana

and this whole thing about your father willhave blown over.

Glancing at the silent man, Alicia turns to the Commodore.

ALICIA:

Do you love me, Commodore?

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Ben Hecht

Ben Hecht (1894–1964) was an American screenwriter, director, producer, playwright, journalist and novelist. A journalist in his youth, he went on to write thirty-five books and some of the most entertaining screenplays and plays in America. He received screen credits, alone or in collaboration, for the stories or screenplays of some seventy films. more…

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