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Louis Winthorpe III
also called "Louie"

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  1. is a fictional character from the movie Trading Places, played by Dan Aykroyd, Louis Winthorpe III, a graduate of Exeter and Harvard, is a respectable senior employee of Duke & Duke, a commodities brokerage in Philadelphia in 1982

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  2. Winthorpe manages the company for its managing partners, the brothers Randolph and Mortimer Duke

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  3. greatly humiliated through the machinations of the Dukes, who conspire to ruin his life to settle a petty, $1 wager (the Dukes, being extremely wealthy, use this amount since the loser has to give the winner the dollar)

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  4. Winthorpe is falsely accused of theft and drug dealing, and thrown in jail

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  5. fired from his job, and in short order he loses his home, his possessions, and his money

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