|Sunrise in the West Indies|
Kolchak: "I suppose you're wondering what I'm doing here."
Crime Boss: "Hmm."
Kolchak: "Well, I-I-I think, Mr. Possati ..."
Crime Boss: (deliberately, calmly) "Sposatti."
Kolchak: "Sp-sp-sposatti, of course."
Crime Boss: "I remember you. Vittorio, this is the guy that crashed my daughter's wedding, remember? He took all those pictures!"
Thug: (looks at Kolchak) "Yeah, he's right."
Kolchak: (wide-eyed) "No, no! Horrible mistake. No, you see, you're thinking of my brother ... uhh, SIDNEY Kolchak. He writes a society column."
Crime Boss: (laughs) "I remember the two-dollar hat, Kolchak. I got a memory like a steep trap. I never forget anything. Ask Victor."
Thug: "That's right. Photographic."
Crime Boss: "Mr. Kolchak, ever been to Mercy General Hospital?"
Kolchak: (wide-eyed) "No, I ... uhh ... never have."
Crime Boss: "They got a great gastrointestinal man—one of the best in the Midwest."
Crime Boss: "Toto Rosetti ... Vittorio, why don't you make an appointment for Mr. Kolchak with Toto Rosetti, eh?"
Kolchak: "NO!! No-no-no!! Wait, wait!! I can tell you ... I can tell you who's been knocking your men off! I know! I can give you a NAME."
Crime Boss: (sotto voce) "What."
Kolchak: "He's a Haitian numbers runner by the name of Francois Edmunds."
Kolchak: (nervously) "Why? I-I-I don't know why. How do I know why? Maybe he ... uhhh ... got in Willy Pike's hair? and Willy Pike sent him through the system and he got knocked off by the Musso brothers? I don't know ... maybe?"
Crime Boss: "Well, Mr. Kolchak, you're partially correct. But you see, that guy now lies in St. Lucy's Cemetery. But it was a very nice try" (rolls up the car window on Kolchak's nose).
Kolchak: (pushing the window back down) "No-no! See ... that's where they keep putting him. But ... I'll bet my life—and I'm not saying that loosely, gentlemen (laughs nervously)—I will bet my life that he is not—there—now!"