Charade was Cary Grant's 70th full-length feature film.
Adam Canfield: All right, get set for the story of my life.
Reggie Lampert: Fiction or non-fiction?
Adam Canfield: Eh, why don't you shut up?
Reggie Lampert: Well!
Adam Canfield: Are you going to listen?
Reggie Lampert: Go on...
Adam Canfield: Now, when I was a young man, my father expected me to go into his business. Umbrella frames. That's what he made. A sensible business, I suppose, but I didn't have the sense in those days to be sensible.
Reggie Lampert: [looking skeptical] I suppose all this is leading somewhere...
Adam Canfield: Well, it led me away from umbrella frames, for one thing. But that left me without any honest means of support.
Reggie Lampert: What do you mean?
Adam Canfield: Well, in this highly competitive world, when a man has no profession, there isn't much choice, so I began looking for people who had more money than they needed... including some, they'd barely miss.
Reggie Lampert: You mean you're a thief?
Adam Canfield: Well, that's not exactly the term I'd have chosen, but it sort of captures the spirit of the thing.
Reggie Lampert: I don't believe it!