Jack and the Beanstalk (1952)
Villager: [the two women watch as Jack climbs the beanstalk, then the villager turns to the tearful mother] Don't worry, Mrs. Strong. He won't be back.
Donald: Come in. Oh, it's you. I'm sorry, Arthur, I thought it was the babysitter.
Arthur: Just what do you have against babysitters?
Jack: [singing] I fear nothing when I am in the right / Whoever pushes me around will find me full of fight.
Jack: [about the Princess] We gotta save her.
Mr. Dinkelpuss: You're right.
Jack: There's the castle. Let's go.
Mr. Dinkelpuss: Come on. What am I doing? Go ahead.
The Giant: Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum! I smell the blood of an Englishman. Be he alive or be he dead, I'll grind his bones to make my bread.
The Giant: You numbskull! I can't eat, you ruined my appetite.
Jack: Oh, Mr. Giant, you should eat something.
The Giant: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
Jack: No, no,
The Giant: Oh, yeah.
Jack: Oh, no, no. Mr. Dinkelpuss! Mr. Dinkelpuss!
Jack: [to Receptionist] I like girls like you, eyes of blue and five feet two.
Chorus: [singing] Jack and the beanstalk, we'll always remember when / He chased up the stalk and killed a giant in his den.
Mr. Dinkelpuss: I managed this boy.
Jack Strong: [singing] I fear nothing when I do nothing wrong / And so I toddle on my way and sing a merry song.