"My name is Thornhill - Roger Thornhill"
North By Northwest was Cary Grant's 66th full length feature film.
[Thornhill and Vandamm meeting each other for the first time in Townsend's office, where Vandamm has stolen his identity; they both size each other up silently]
Phillip Vandamm: Good evening.
Phillip Vandamm: Not what I expected. A little taller, a little more polished than the others...
Roger Thornhill: Well, I'm so glad you're pleased, Mr. Townsend!
Phillip Vandamm: But I'm afraid just as obvious.
Leonard: What the devil is all this about? Why was I brought here?
Phillip Vandamm: Games? Must we?
Roger Thornhill: Not that I mind a slight case of abduction now and then, but I do have tickets to the theatre tonight, and a show I was looking forward to and I get, well, *unreasonable* about things like that.
Phillip Vandamm: With such play-acting, you make this very room a theatre.
[Leonard, Vandamm's co-conspirator, enters]
Phillip Vandamm: Ah, Leonard. Have you met our distinguished guest?
Leonard: He's a well-tailored one, isn't he?
Phillip Vandamm: My secretary is a great admirer of your methods, Mr. Kaplan. Elusive, however misguided...
Roger Thornhill: Wait a minute. Did you call me "Kaplan"?
Phillip Vandamm: Oh, I know you're a man of many names, but I'm perfectly willing to accept your current choice.
Roger Thornhill: "Current choice"? My name is Thornhill - Roger Thornhill! It's never been anything else!