Value for Money (1955)
Donald Pleasence: Limpy
[at the mill, before Broadbent's funeral, the employees are speculating on the size of his estate]
Mr. Hall : How much d'you think he's left?
Duke Popplewell : Well, if he'd been in shoddy, I should have said about...
Duke Popplewell : [whispers, confidentially] ... a hundred and fifty thousand.
Duke Popplewell : But seeing as how he were only a rag merchant...
Duke Popplewell : [whispers, confidentially] ... not more than forty thousand.
Mr. Hall : Get away with you! I bet it's not a penny less than...
Mr. Hall : [whispers, confidentially] fifty thousand.
Duke Popplewell : No, never!
Mr. Hall : Eh, Limpy?
Limpy : I'm with the family. I'm not saying anything. But...
[Limpy checks that he can't be overheard]
Limpy : ...I'll wager young Chayley'll double it before his turn comes to lie there.