Mr. Potter: [to George Bailey] "No securities, no stocks, no bonds. Nothin' but a miserable little $500 equity in a life insurance policy. You're worth more dead than alive."
Ransom or Random?
Sounds like my lawyer discussing payment options for his legal fees.
Maybe he meant "winsome."
Freudian slip - Barry's feeling guilty about something.
Laywer speak for billable hours.
Gee...."cheery" thought either way.
Maybe he's confusing this movie with another great James Stewart/John Wayne effort: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance. Stewart's name in that one: Ransom Stoddard.
Mr. Potter is the Classic Republican.
Yep, I know the feeling!
He even LOOKS like Chaney!
i love that movie!
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