|Character||Harry Stoner Phil Greene|
|Scene type / Who are||Friends, Colleagues, Having an argument, Scheming|
|Description||Don't sell me America!|
|Details||1 hr 7 minutes into the film|
Harry Stoner is the owner of a clothing manufacturing which is having financial troubles. Phil Greene is one of the managers of the company. To save his company, Harry has decided to hire an arsonist to destroy his business so he can collect the insurance money. Phil Greene reluctantly accepts but in this scene the two have a heated argument about what they have decided to do, about breaking the rules, their dreams and the greatness of America....
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PHIL: "How's Cuban Pete?"
HARRY: "Cuban Pete? He tool a walk, he feels great. How much did he write?"
PHIL: "A little over three. They ate it up."
HARRY: "What did I tell you?"
PHIL: "I'm going home. You want to have dinner with us?"
HARRY: "I don't think so. Hey can I borrow one of your shirts?"
PHIL: "Help yourself. That's two you owe me."
HARRY: "Salesmen are happy? What'd they say?"
PHIL: "The usual, "Can we deliver?" Meyer's going over the orders. He wants to see you."
HARRY: "Well, with what we wrote discounted at the bank....and Charlie, we're gonna squeeze through. I checked Swissair, they got a flight to Geneva, stops in New York."
PHIL: "Good idea. You can see your daughter before we go to jail."
HARRY: "You wanna go fishing, right, Phil? And we got to get out of bed every morning."
PHIL: "At least I don't get out of bed in Beverly Hills."
HARRY: "Well, how I lead my life doesn't have anything to do with our business."
PHIL: "Just takes a little pressure off when your nut isn't sky high."
HARRY: "It's my pressure, Phil, my nut."
PHIL: "Except when it spills off. Like this afternoon at the show. It's a criminal act, Harry!"