Robert Mitchum: Keeley
Montgomery : Of course, I've seen a lot of guys like him.
Finlay : Like what?
Montgomery : Oh, you know, guys that played it safe during the war, scrounged around, keepin' themselves in civvies, got swell apartments, swell dames... you know the kind.
Finlay : I'm not sure that I do. Just what kind?
Montgomery : Oh, you know... some of them are named Samuels. Some of them got funnier names.
Finlay : [with stone-faced expression] You'll be at the Stewart Hotel?
Montgomery : Sure, I got nowhere else to go. I'm sponging a bunk from one of the boys. You coming Keeley?
Finlay : There are one or two more questions I'd like to ask Sergeant Keeley.
Keeley : He ought to look at a casualty list sometime. There are a lot of funny names there, too.
Keeley : [to Finlay, about Mitchell] He's homesick. He's wifesick. Maybe she said something in one of her letters that made him suspicious of her love life. I don't know. Anyway, he's got snakes. He's been nuts. But not nuts enough to kill somebody.