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A Slight Case of Murder

Released
1938
ethyl alcohol-chloral hydrate
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Voice at party: "It's the end of prohibition."
Radio announcer: "Old man prohibition passed away."
Man at party: "Folks, here's the last keg of Prohibition beer..." (0:00)

A man at another party tells Remy's wife Nora, "Everything was going swell under prohibition." (0:04)

Nora tells Remy, referring to orphan Douglas, "I think we should go up and slip him a Mickey Finn." (0:48)

Mr. White tells lefty "This house seems to be full of idiots and lunatics." (0:56)

State patrolman Dick swoons when he thinks he has killed several men. Remi swoons when he realizes Dick accidentally shot another man lurking outside the window. (1:23)