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will all be here. All right, Chiao. Stay here with six men, watch the exit. Very good, sir. You four Radio Good evening, Commissioner. What brings you here? We’ve had a tipoff that a man we’re looking for is in your club. What does he look like? We have his description. I’ll know him when I see him. Help yourself. ls this the way to your office? Yes. A few questions I want to ask you. It’s a pity we don’t see you here more often. Nightclubs are hardly in my line, except in the course of duty. And duty’s called you here tonight, Commissioner? We must be grateful for the pleasure of your company. Cigar? No, thank you, Mr. Peterson. Now, you say that you have no idea who made that telephone call, hmm? We have quite a large staff here, Commissioner, all of them extremely loyal employees who would do anything to help. Oh, yes, I’m sure. It was probably made from the backstage telephone, I hear. One of the artists, perhaps? Peterson: That’s possible, but hardly likely. The singer you have here, Magda- how long has she been with you? Magda? Over a year, since we opened. I know her very well, indeed. She would’ve told me before she called the police. I want to have a word with her. Also with the compere, Max. Where is he from? I’m not quite sure, Inspector. I believe he- he worked in India before. He’s rather very good. He’s been here almost as long as Magda. You don’t change the main attraction too often, do you? Just a cozy little family. There’s no point in it. Why not, I wonder? Business is good enough at weekends, but quietest during the week? Perhaps you have a sideline, Mr. Peterson. Sideline? What do you mean? Of course, you’re only the manager, aren’t you? Now I’ll take a look at the backstage area. You are welcome, Commissioner. You may see anywhere you please. Is this the right way? After you. Commissioner: I understand, then, that this establishment is run entirely by a syndicate? That’s correct. Persons unknown to you? Unknown to me, sir. You deal only through the accountants? That’s right. I’ve got to talk to you.