The clip First conversation from The Producers (2005) with Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane
May I come out of the bathroom now, Mr. Bialystock?
I'm terribly sorry I caught you...
... feeling up the old lady.
" Feeling up the old lady. "
Thank you, Mr. Tact.
May I take your coat?
Oh, thank you.
So you're an accountant, huh?
Yes, sir. I am, sir.
Then account for yourself!
Why are you looking up little old ladies' dresses? Bit of a pervert?
I know what you're thinking.
How dare you condemn me without knowing all the facts.
Mr. Bialystock, I wasn't condemn-
I'm having a rhetorical conversation.
Do you know who I used to be?
Well, yes. You're Max Bialystock...
... the king of Broadway.
No, I'm Max Bialy
And might I say, Mr. Bialystock-
And please don't take this the wrong way...
... but you're not just a dirty old man.
Oh, you're also a great Broadway producer.
And there's something about me you should know.
When I was a kid...
...I had the good fortune to be taken to Bialy-Hoos of '42.
And I still have the ticket stub.
Oh, look at that.
And ever since, I've had a secret desire...
...to be a Broadway producer.
A secret desire, huh?
Kid, can I give you some advice?
Keep it a secret. Do the books, please.
Top drawer, to the left.
Oh, my God.
Will you look at that.
That's it, baby! When you got it, flaunt it! Flaunt it!