Until 15 minutes ago you couldn’t find a clip of Oskar Werner‘s brilliantly phrased summation of his case against suspected double agent Peter Van Eyck in The Spy Who Came In From The Cold. Now you can, that’s all. Werner is one of the best actors who ever lived, but his heyday only lasted for six years or so, from Jules and Jim (’62) to The Shoes of the Fisherman (’68). He was an alcoholic, and he died too young (age 61) of a heart attack.