The Farmer's Daughter (1947)
Charles Bickford: Clancy
[wildly cheering crowd on the political convention floor]
Katrin Holstrom : What are they yelling about?
Joseph Clancy : These days they yell for anything.
Katrin Holstrom : Anything?
Joseph Clancy : Sure, they'll scream if you yell "Fish for sale!"
Katrin Holstrom : Aw, no.
Joseph Clancy : [Stands up and yells] Fish for sale!
[the crowds roars]
Anders Finley : Exactly right, Mrs. Morley. I guess I know where you stand.
[Clancy has had enough. He moves menacingly towards Finley]
Joseph Clancy : [to Finley, angrily] Either you're leaving this house now or I'm going to throw you out!
Agatha Morley : [Mockingly] Joseph! How dare you talk to one of my guests like that!
[Clancy is flabbergasted. Finley smiles. Mrs. Morley is a true convert, that's obvious]
Joseph Clancy : [to Mrs. Morley] You're not serious about this?
Agatha Morley : Joseph...
[Reprovingly to Clancy]
Agatha Morley : ... I'm afraid we will have to speak about this later.
Joseph Clancy : [Haughtily] Mrs. Morley, I'm not accustomed to speakin' about things later.
Agatha Morley : [to Finley, smiling, pleasantly] Mr. Finley, I'm afraid I'll have to let Joseph throw you out.