Skip to comments.Excerpt from Elaine May's "A New Leaf" (1971). With Walter Matthau (This is our economy today)
Posted on 05/23/2012 7:42:41 AM PDT by Beave Meister
Excerpt from Elaine May's "A New Leaf" (1971). The idle and spoiled Henry Graham (Matthau) learns from his accountant/lawyer (William Redfield) that he (Graham) is broke.
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Funny and sad
Have you seen this video?
About half way down.
Funny movie! I like the scene where Elaine May’s daffy millionairess character comes up with the idea to give Walter Matthau’s character her money prior to the wedding so he “won’t be marrying her for her money.”
In both the scene you linked and that one, it accurately depicts the level of economic reasoning ability of our elected political officials.
Walter Matthau playing zer0! lol but sad
“Carbon on the valves.” Words often spoken by Walter Matthau in this movie. Our fiscal policy under Obama has developed carbon the valves. It no longer works just as Walter’s high end sports car did not work due to the “carbon on the valves.”
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