Inspector Claud Teal Quotes in The Saint in London (1939)
Inspector Claud Teal Quotes:
Inspector Claud Teal: [asking Simon Templar about his valet] Can he cook, too?
Dugan - Templar's Valet: Look, flatfoot, I cooked for twelve-hundred men three times a day for five years.
Inspector Claud Teal: Oh, that must have been Sing Sing.
Dugan - Templar's Valet: San Quentin, and there were no complaints.
Inspector Claud Teal: [leaving a few minutes later] Have you heard of a prison called Dartmoor?
Dugan - Templar's Valet: So what?
Inspector Claud Teal: They need a cook.
Inspector Claud Teal: [Referring to the situation of the unconscious man on the road] What do you think of it, Wilkins?
Detective Wilkins - Teal's Assistant: What you said... just a fight... probably nothing to it.
Inspector Claud Teal: There's always something to it when Templar has his finger in the pie!
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