Sutton: Think of it, Maverick, the most famous masterpiece in the world. Men like George Cushman would sell their birthright to own it.
Bart: You make it sound like a contest … acquiring famous paintings.
Sutton: Not only paintings, Maverick. Why, the culture of the world is available to the man who can afford it.
Bart: I didn't know culture could be bought.
Sutton: It can't. We wouldn't know real culture if we fell over it. Men like Cushman, Scott, me - we weren't born to wealth, we clawed our way up.