The clip mailing rare stamp from Brewster's Millions (1985)
I'd say the stamp he's bought is a considerable asset.
He doesn't even understand the rules yet. Let's see him get out of this one.
Good morning. Here's the mail.
Is there anything else I can do?
Hold on a minute.
"Having a wonderful time. Wish you were here. Best wishes, Monty Brewster."
It isn't an asset any more. He's mailed it.
Get Cox over here.
Right away, sir.
The son of a bitch.
So, in confidence, you can see it's vital to the firm...
..that Brewster does not succeed in spending $30 million.
He's made a fool of you and your ex-wife. We think he has designs on your fianc?e.
An error in book-keeping discovered at the last moment should do the trick.
Say a $20,000 mistake in Mr Brewster's favour. It'll be our insurance policy.
And the $300 million will go to the firm. Granville, Baxter and Cox.
Welcome aboard, Warren.