Herbie Rides Again (1974)
Chuck McCann: Loostgarten
Loostgarten : Loostgarten speaking.
Willoughby Whitfield : [imitating Hawk's voice over the telephone] This is Alonzo Hawk.
Loostgarten : Right, Mr. Hawk.
Willoughby Whitfield : Loostgarten, there's been a slight change in plan. I don't want you to knock down the firehouse tonight. Instead I want you to knock down 343 Oleander Heights. You got that, 343 Oleander Heights?
Loostgarten : Right.
Willoughby Whitfield : [quickly spoken] Write it down! I don't want you to be blackballed in the wrecking ball buisness. If you know what I mean.
[then he chuckles quickly]
[Alonzo Hawk is aroused in the middle of the night by his phone ringing and ending the nightmare of Herbie, attacking him]
Alonzo Hawk : [answering the phone] Yeah, what is it?
Loostgarten : [on the phone] Sorry to disturb you at this time of the night, Mr. Hawk, but a guy with my job can't afford to make mistakes.
Alonzo Hawk : What are you talking about?
Loostgarten : That address you gave me on the phone.
Alonzo Hawk : Well, what about it?
Loostgarten : Uh, 343 Oleander Heights. Are you sure that's the right address?
Alonzo Hawk : Of course I'm sure, you idiot! I know it as well as my own address.
[hangs up and starts to lie back down, then suddenly sits up with alarm]
Alonzo Hawk : Wait a minute! It is my own address!
[but it's too late; Loostgarten starts to tear down Mr. Hawk's home]