Air Force (1943)
Harry Carey: Crew Chief Sgt. White
Radio Operator Peterson : [looking down] That's an awful big town, San Francisco.
Assistant Crew Chief Weinberg : Strictly a one whistle stop. There's only one city in the U.S.A. and that's New York.
Sgt. Robbie White : Oh, you're just a hometown hick, Weinberg. What's wrong with California?
Assistant Crew Chief Weinberg : California? The sun shines and nuthin' ever happens. Before you know it, you're 60 years old.
Sgt. Robbie White : It's no different from New York. My sister's been tryin' to get out of Brooklyn for the last 40 years.
Assistant Crew Chief Weinberg : Brooklyn? That ain't New York, chief. Once you cross that Brooklyn Bridge, you're outta this woild. The only noise you hear is the hardening of your arteries. You know when I used to drive a hack, I had a pal who crossed that bridge in 1929. Ain't ever heard from him since.
Radio Operator Peterson : Me, I'll take Minneapolis.
Assistant Crew Chief Weinberg : Minneapolis? Why, the grass still grows in the streets. Besides, that ain't your hometown, Peterson. The hayseed's still stickin' outta your hair.
Radio Operator Peterson : Yeah, but I can still milk a cow. I bet you can't.
Assistant Crew Chief Weinberg : I'll get mine outta a bottle. That's the closest I ever wanna be to a cow.
Sgt. Robbie White : You are handy with the old bull.
Assistant Crew Chief Weinberg : [laughs]