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Murder, My Sweet is a 1944 Edward Dmytryk-directed Film Noir. It was adapted from the 1940 Raymond Chandler novel, Farewell, My Lovely.

Moose Malloy has just gotten out of jail, and hires detective Philip Marlowe to track the Love Interest he lost touch with while serving time. He is also hired by a beautiful woman named Clare Trevor to find a stolen jade necklace. It becomes more obvious that their stories are connected as the film continues.

Tropes used by the film:

 "Sometimes I hate men. ALL men. Old men, young men... beautiful young men who use rosewater and... almost heels who are private detectives."

 Philip: Only reason I took the job was because my bank account was trying to crawl under a duck.

Lieutenant Randall: You're not a detective, you're a slot machine. You'd slit your own throat for 6 bits plus tax!

 "That's just part of my clothes. I hardly ever shoot anybody with it."

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