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Fred Sherman as Zachary, the Philadelphia Phantom and Lee Phelps as the Police Desk Lieutenant.
Behind Green Lights (1946)
Drunk prizefighter: "You can't book me, copper, I'm fighting at the Elks tonight. The annual smoker, see. I go on at one o'clock."
Desk Lieutenant: "What's your address?"
Drunk prizefighter: "But, what about the Elks? You ain't a gonna let the Elks down, are you?"
Desk Lieutenant: "I'm an Odd Fellow.
Drunk prizefighter : "But I go on at one o'clock."
Desk Lieutenant: "What's your address?" [00:29:00]

Behind Green Lights (1946). Directed by Otto Brower, written by Charles G. Booth, Scott Darling. Carole Landis, William Gargan, Richard Crane, Mary Anderson, John Ireland, Charles Russell. Roy Roberts, Mabel Paige, Stanley Prager, Charles Tannen. 64 min. USA, English, Black and White, Mono.
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