• Casey - As soon as credit cards disappear, everything will start to pick up again.
  • Harry - No way. If anything money will go away. Soon, we'll all be a number in a big computer.
  • Casey - Money go away! Are you crazy, it'll never happen!
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By: James Coburn
Characters: Harry
From: Harry in Your Pocket

Context:
A conversation between professional pickpockets Harry (James Coburn) and Casey (Walter Pidgeon) from the 1973 film Harry in Your Pocket. They were on a ferry from Seattle to Victoria, British Columbia discussing the economy and lowered expectations of how much they were finding in their marks' wallets.

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