Song of the Open Road (1944)
W.C. Fields: W.C. Fields
Charlie : The old swindler's up to something. Whadya up to Balloon Nose?
W. C. Fields : Well if it isn't my old friend, Poison Ivy. How are you blood poison?
Edgar Bergen : Ah, it's good to see you, Bill. I hope there aren't any bad feelings over past misunderstandings.
W. C. Fields : Not at all, not at all, Edgar. I'm full of the spirit of friendship.
Charlie : Really loaded, huh?
Edgar Bergen : Don't you think we should all try to be a little more understanding, Bill?
W. C. Fields : Yes, I do, Edgar. Every time I think of the quarrels we've had, a lump comes up my throat.
Charlie : It's probably a cork!
W. C. Fields : Shadupp, you woodpecker's snack bar. I'll hang a hornets' nest on ya!