From Hell (2001)
Ian Richardson: Sir Charles Warren
Abberline : [about Polly's murder] I'm waiting for the police surgeon's report for more details.
Sir Charles Warren : [sits at his desk while smoking a cigarette] I see. Well, one thing's for certain; an Englishman didn't do it.
[Warren pulls up a newspaper clipping of American Natives]
Sir Charles Warren : Maybe one of these Red Indians wandered into Whitechapel and indulged his natural inclinations.
[Abberline looks doubtfully at the drawing]
Abberline : With all due respect, sir, I believe this was done by someone with at least a working knowledge of dissection. An educated man, such as a doctor...
Sir Charles Warren : [quickly interjects] An educated man? That's preposterous! No well-bred man would do this!
Sir Charles Warren : Probably a tradesman or a butcher...
Abberline : [nods] A tradesman is a possibility, sir, yes...
Abberline : But there's a strong indication against it. There was a sprig of grapes under her body.
Sir Charles Warren : What are you driving at?
Abberline : No one in Whitechapel, no matter what their trade, could afford grapes. Obviously, they were given to her by the killer. It follows that he must be someone with money.
Lord Hallsham : How did he find out about the unfortunate and her child?
Sir Charles Warren : Well, he has that kind of cleverness you'll sometimes find in the middle classes. A cheap sort of intelligence, but effective nevertheless.
Lord Hallsham : Hmm. Thank God that's not something you're burdened by.
Sir Charles Warren : Yes, thank God.