Corrected entry: Monty Brewster needs to spend $30 million dollars in a months time and have nothing to show for it at the end. One of the stipulations is that he cannot destroy anything of value. There is a scene where he buys a valuable postage stamp that was printed upside down and then, so that he doesn't own it at the end of the month, mails a letter with the stamp on it. This would cause the stamp to no longer retain its value as there would be a postage mark on the stamp.
Monty Brewster: Marilyn? I could die in this room.
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