The clip Mr Jackson talks Part 2 from Double Indemnity (1944) with Edward G. Robinson
Let me see. This man's an automobile dealer in Corvallis.
A very reputable man, too, I'm told.
All right, Mr. Jackson.
Suppose you go down to the cashier's office.
Room 27 on the 11th floor.
He'll take care of your expense account and your ticket for the train tonight.
Tomorrow morning would suit me better. There's a very good osteopath in town...
I'd like to see before I leave.
Well, just don't put her on the expense account.
Well, goodbye, gentlemen.
It's been a pleasure.
There it is, Walter. It's beginning to come apart at the seams already.