Arnold Phillips


Arnold Phillips Quotes

  • ''It must be a moment of great satisfaction in your profession when the bolt is pulled, the noose tightens and you know that your murderer is done for.''
    Arnold Phillips, Max Nosseck (1902-1972), Polish, and Hugh Gray. Max Nosseck. Max Nosseck (1902-1972); additional dialogue by Hugh Gray, speaking to the Chief of Police at his home (1945).
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  • ''What do any of us know of the private past of even the most harmless and kind-looking individuals?''
    Arnold Phillips, Max Nosseck (1902-1972), Polish, and Hugh Gray. Max Nosseck (1902-1972); additional dialogue by Hugh Gray, speaking to the Chief of Police at his home (1945).
  • ''I'm so tired, believe me, of strangling people 300 times in a row.''
    Arnold Phillips, Max Nosseck (1902-1972), Polish, and Hugh Gray. Max Nosseck. Reginald Parker (John Loder), The Brighton Strangler, sitting in his dressing room (1945).
  • ''Music's a wonderful background for our thoughts, isn't it?''
    Arnold Phillips, Max Nosseck (1902-1972), Polish, and Hugh Gray. Max Nosseck. Reginald Parker (John Loder), The Brighton Strangler, speaking to the Chief of Police at his home (1945).

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