The Apartment (1960)
Fred MacMurray: Jeff D. Sheldrake
C.C. Baxter : Sorry, Mr. Sheldrake.
J.D. Sheldrake : What do you mean, sorry?
C.C. Baxter : You're not going to bring anybody to my apartment.
J.D. Sheldrake : I'm not just bringing anybody; I'm bringing Miss Kubelik.
C.C. Baxter : Especially not Miss Kubelik.
J.D. Sheldrake : How's that again?
C.C. Baxter : [firmly] No key.
J.D. Sheldrake : Baxter, I picked you for my team because I thought you were a very bright young man. Do you realize what you're doing? Not to me, but to yourself? Normally, it takes years to work your way up to the twenty-seventh floor. But it only takes thirty seconds to be out on the street again. You dig?
C.C. Baxter : I dig.
J.D. Sheldrake : So what's it going to be?
[Baxter slowly reaches into his pocket for a key and drops it on Sheldrake's desk]
J.D. Sheldrake : Now you're being bright.
C.C. Baxter : Thank you, sir.
[Baxter goes back into his office, looks around, then reaches into his closet for his coat and hat. Sheldrake comes in moments later]
J.D. Sheldrake : Say, Baxter, you gave me the wrong key.
C.C. Baxter : No, I didn't.
J.D. Sheldrake : But this is the key to the executive washroom.
C.C. Baxter : That's right, Mr. Sheldrake. I won't be needing it because I'm all washed up around here.
J.D. Sheldrake : What's gotten into you, Baxter?
C.C. Baxter : Just following doctor's orders. I've decided to become a "mensch". You know what that means? A human being.
J.D. Sheldrake : Now, hold on, Baxter...
C.C. Baxter : Save it. The old payola won't work anymore. Goodbye, Mr. Sheldrake.
J.D. Sheldrake : Oh, I have a present for you. I didn't quite know what to get you. Besides, it's kind of awkward for me shopping, so here's a hundred dollars. You go and buy yourself something.