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The most important thing is to make sure of everyone around us

Mr. Freeman:
The most important thing is to make sure of everyone around us.
Charles Tobin:
Mr. Kane?
Mr. Freeman:
I'm just not sure. I want to know that he's all right.
Charles Tobin:
All right? What an understatement. He's much more than that! He's noble and fine and pure... So he pays the penalty that the noble and the fine and the pure must pay in this world: he's misjudged by everyone.

Transcript:
What good is it to insult me?
We're in trouble now.
So the most important thing
is to make sure of everyone around us.
- Mr Kane. - I'm just not sure.
I want to know that he's alright.
(Tobin)
Alright? What an understatement.
He's much more than that!
He's noble and fine and pure.
So he pays the penalty
that the noble must pay.
He's misjudged by everyone.
Why, even the police have a completely
erroneous impression of him.
I can assure you that,
contrary to what is supposed,
and to what he may have told you,
that young man is certainly
not one of his country's enemies.
(Mrs Sutton) - Charles, you're joking!
- I mean exactly what I say.
Mr Kane is definitely no part
of our little organisation.
Your protégé.
Well, you've done splendidly.
What in heaven's name
are we going to do with him?
That's a very appropriate question.
Not much we can do with him.
I made the mistake once
of turning him over to the police.
That's even more impossible
at the moment.
I'm afraid there's only one thing
we can do.
You see, the new law threatens all of...

Clip duration: 68 seconds
Views: 4
Movie: Saboteur
Year: 1942
Genres: thriller, war
Summary: An aircraft factory worker goes on the run after being wrongly accused of starting a fire that killed his best friend.


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Actors

Charles Tobin - Otto Kruger