It Couldn't Have Happened (But It Did)

Synopsis: When a play's two producers are murdered, the playwright tries to solve the crime.
Genre: Crime, Drama, Romance
Director(s): Phil Rosen
Production: Invincible Pictures
70 min


I'm so sorry

did you see how important how the

producers here yet holding his collar

will be any longer take a look at the

rehearsal after rehearsal a catfight

what's the trouble anymore Beverly

surprise well I say yes honestly what

that woman is a good swift chicken

tender market do not walk that we have

other bobbin wires where are you

supposed Emily Jacob if she hadn't

Got a philosophic man if any

play you wrote needed name still man

official presentation though loud

speaking in the himself well better go

in the middle oh so well I may be

Sebastian - sister - Irwin back learning

all my besties but Beverly but nothing

I'm not going to be updating this you

die hand like Dennis all right I have

cables before another head it seems to

me you would give me a better director

than that me nervous Rick

after all I am your wife yeah yeah of

course but pups house you've been at the

children Senate no part in this play not

finest now make it so a Senate on me

well he'll okay wanting to volley at the

wife and I were just discussing bob.

Bennett yes I ever heard you I didn't

mean to be eavesdropping right who else

would you suggest for his car I think

then it's very good in its capable and

welcome oh I know why you saying that

you know what a hard time he said you

want to help him make a comeback no no I

thought we didn't argue but after all

the hood of the play comes first doesn't

it dear oh yeah it doesn't it.

I hope you don't find it necessary to

replace senator to holding the opener I

see that woman the better I like


hey mommy

laughter I brought her along with me

this time the brought along babe I've

been telling you about

so we delay and mrs. Carter how do you


Emmett Holden are going to put your name

right up in life baby I have not

addressed himself my partner yet but all

our consultants I'm a pretty good

consulting you know that don't you

so I've heard julia has and you've heard

how unlucky it is not to play ball with

the action come on pal

that's going to sell folder here you are

Edward please be a bit more careful I'm


you know why I really don't care who I

want to kill everyone that I love it

all right

come on I'm hearing it not because

you're either the papers just give me my

new sir

well I will stand for it up you just

leave this to me

what do you mean she isn't so tired I

mean we don't need a girl of her

characteristics I thought you're

producing a smart guy why you don't even

know a good number when you see one well

I do denies it mr. Lane has a certain

amount of charge take a good look at

this baby yeah grab a glim at those pins

one lovely tonsils yes and lengthen

looks like the only thing she's got

she's got brains

uh what's that stuff you've been greedy

huh tell us cute yeah that's that say

your to hear a speech Peter go on give

them an EF oh no no no no I I might put

Bennett and they catch the girl Road

company they're playing San Francisco no

here's such a beer

Beverly when are you gonna tell her what

about us I can't not now if you don't I

will please no man you must know I'm

telling you when very tonight possible I

can then I will tomorrow the sands

secretly telephone numbers how many part

tells us the chicken Phil nothing doing

I've had that run around food on me

before it's no brother wrong listen I

know I run around when I hear one

I guess is straight either your star

baby or I cut myself in on a piece of

your show and maybe piece of your throat

come on make up your mind I think we

better discuss this in the office then

yes later what time afternoon four

o'clock the date all right paper

places everybody I saw how you smiled at


I saw you touch them please you mustn't

I can't help it I just get curious women

all right we pick it up in line a man

can't be killed by matches

but a man can't be killed by magic it

wasn't messy

it was murder plan versus diabolically

clever - but how

remember he died here in this chair this

morning shortly before light I slipped

downstairs when I cut the upholstery

here and I found this I need don't touch

it it's poisonous but that this poison

know of all the story residue off a guy

with a needle in a chair haha well I'm a

writer not a murder expert you better

figure self one to tip you off I will

what would you suggest well I don't go

into giving guys myself but I hear

things now and then for example well

what's the matter with bragging that

the gag products both worked out they

rope off a guy so that he hangs himself

kinda hang down what I mean is a wait a

minute oh yeah hey give me a piece of


he's supposed to be knocked out he's my


these are unconscious when he rates are

precise and presently that holds the

noose tight around his neck and he

choked conducted a suicide ha ha ha

there's a new one on me they you know

pal I could be a big help to you hey you

dumb duck I threw the net stretch your

legs come on everybody please come on

come on you doing there

wait for me huh oh thank you good.

I do anything about yes the town fair

parking catch the girl have to leave a.

San Francisco the day after tomorrow.

I'll miss you too

well goodbye young man it's been a

pleasure to vertical thanks good luck -

thank you

I'm not you God with all my heart I know

that's no good it's something awfully

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Arthur T. Horman

Arthur T. Horman (September 2, 1905 – November 2, 1964) was an American screenwriter whose career spanned from the 1930s to the end of the 1950s. During that time he wrote the stories or screenplays for over 60 films, as well as writing several pieces for television during the 1950s. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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