A scene between John Garfield and Marie Windsor in the crime drama written and directed by Abraham Polonsky in 1948.
Windsor: You’re wide open, Joe. I can see into you without looking.
Garfield: Don’t bother. Besides, it’s not nice to do.
Windsor: More interesting when you have a rock for a husband like mine. He’s a stone that man. The whole word are rocks and stones to him.
Garfield: Why tell me? Tell him.
Windsor: I never tell him anything. Makes me feel unnecessary.
Garfield: If I make you feel necessary, I’m making a mistake.