'Citizen Kane', Orson Welles (1941)
As Charles Foster Kane who owns eighty-two thousand, six hundred and thirty-four shares of public transit — you see, I do have a general idea of my holdings — I sympathize with you. Charles Foster Kane is a scoundrel. His paper should be run out of town. A committee should be formed to boycott him. You may, if you can form such a committee, put me down for a contribution of one thousand dollars.