Michael Anthony: [Anthony enters the garden which has a section set aside for birds. Anthony sees Tipton seated in a high backed outdoor chair with only his hands visible to the viewers. Tipton has a pigeon in his lap, which he is stroking] You sent for me, sir?
John Beresford Tipton: Mike, I'm doing my bird watching the easy way.
Michael Anthony: It does look more comfortable than crouching in the underbrush or crawling through a swamp.
John Beresford Tipton: It's more comfortable, Mike. But as you can see, I'm limited to pigeons.
Michael Anthony: But you are enjoying yourself, sir.
John Beresford Tipton: Yes - pigeons are very enjoyable and very trusting. That's probably the way pigeons came to be applied to certain people.
Michael Anthony: You mean people who are easily fooled?
John Beresford Tipton: That's right, Mike.
[Tipton hands an envelope to Anthony]
John Beresford Tipton: Our next millionaire.
[Anthony accepts the envelopes, bows, turns and departs]