Number Seventeen


... do not know how much has helped me.

It was fortunate that he was so close to me.

Otherwise I would have killed him.

We have to go from here, it is too late.

What do you think will happen?

I long now.

Are yielding 12.

No, the 11 and a half.

They are calling, are knocking at the door.

It can be the police.

Damn it, the police.

You better return this.

That gun, whose is it?

Of the corpse.


A corpse!

My father!

I have already got the leg. Not excite, please, miss.

Not excite, nothing happens.

It was gone!

- Huh?

It was gone!

The salesman said we could visit the house.

Ah, yes!


Sure, I understand that it is late.

But ...

... I thought I did not mind.

With your permission.

May I come in too, uncle?

Would not it be better to see upstairs first, uncle?


Perhaps it would be better.

By the way, ...

- What?

... we do not know your name.

Were not you told the agent?

Oh yes, ...

... but I am afraid I've forgotten.

Do not be forgotten the name of the seller?

Yes, extraordinary.

In fact, I forgot, my friend.

Well, now that they have seen the stairwells, ...

... Do you want to see the rooms?

Who is that?

Does not it seem a little strange question for someone ...

... who only want to rent a house?

He is right.

Excuse me.

-Excuse me.

It is my servant, in case you want to know, Ben.


And the lady is a friend of the family.

It is still not in your house, my friend.

I insist that I would like to see the upstairs.


That's what he said, he insists.

Eh! Eh! Enough of insolence.


Yes, sir, insolence.

Yes, let them go if they want it, boss, ...

... although some meddler.

Come on, look, look up to them to jump the eyes.

What a man so much fun.

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