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It's Nick, babe. I got one for you, Har.
and not one of our computers.
Looking to get her daughter home.
in the movies. Maybe you remember.
I'll give you what stuff we have on Arlene.
Where's my old lady?
Your old lady's in the office.
Be careful, that's ivory.
It's too late now, Mr. Ibez.|It has been too late since Monday.
Oh, I just have to go visit|one of the beautiful people.
How'd you get to meet|one of the beautiful people?
It's one of Nick's handouts.
Yeah. That's not an agency.|That's a information factory.
- Can I get some cash?|- Yeah, it's right there.
You gonna be late tonight?
Oh, I don't know. Why?
My Night at Maud's.
- Shall I come back?|- No.
You get some weird satisfaction|from this sort of thing, don't you?
Are you the kind of detective|who, once you get on a case...
...nothing can get you off it?|Bribes, beatings.
- The allure of a woman...|- That was true in the old days.
Before we had a union.
- Well, she's gone.|- How long gone?
Two weeks. I'm used to her staying|out nights. At first I didn't worry.
How old is she?
You got any idea what she does|with her spare time or...?
Oh, yeah. She...|She hangs out with freaks.
She smokes marijuana.
Gets laid, I daresay.
Do you have a name for any of these|freaks that she hangs out with?
I called him, and he told me|Delly had left town.
Told me not to bother him and hung up.
Do you have an address for Quentin?
- Yeah.|- And I'll need a picture of Delly.
This is my second husband,|Tom lverson. The bum.
The only thing I got|out of him was a new name.
That's after I quit acting.
Did you ever see me in anything?
There were a lot like me.
You know, studio premieres,|studio romances, not much talent.
Oh, I had lovely tits.|Even if I do say so myself.
Delly didn't do so bad, either.
All right. Go find her.
Well, let's say 125 a day|and legitimate expenses.
You can get cheaper.
Can I get better?
For them that don't have football,|there's always religion. You ever miss it?
No, not a bit.
Don't you like them, Har?
If they didn't all remind me|of Alex Karras.
Yeah, here it is.
- The tape on Arlene. She likes big guys...|- That ever buy you anything?
Hey, Arlene and me go way back.
Maiden name, Carson. Age, 45.
October 3rd, 1927.
Discharge bankrupted in '33.
Died '35, self-inflicted gunshot.
did not complete curriculum.
Enrolled Lee Spellman's acting studio.
to Universal Studios, '46.
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