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Wanda visits Archie to inquire where the diamonds are.
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While she is flirting with Archie in his home, jealous Otto jumps out and interrupts them. Ken tries to kill the old lady with a bulldog. But the bulldog has no hostility towards the old woman, but her little dogs. It bites one of them and kills it! Ken is so disappointed and sad about the poor little dog! Wanda and Archie keep dating. Though Otto is making trouble around them, the American girl and English man find the things they desire from each other and fall in love.
Wanda insists she wants her necklace back. At last, Archie has to steal the necklace from his own home. Ken continues his mission. This time he tries to kill the old lady by making setting up a car accident. They then go to have sex. While Archie is taking off all his closes, some tenants come and this makes him flounder. Ken is making his third attempt to kill the old lady: He drops heavy weights from a hoist while she is going out of her house with her last little dog.
Of course, it goes wrong one more time: The weights miss the old woman and crush the dog!
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