"W.C. Fields with a bad case of Long Island lockjaw"

 

W. C. Fields (1880-1946) was an American comedian and writer, best known for playing unpleasant comic characters.

Long Island Lockjaw, or Locust Valley lockjaw, is an American accent associated with the upper-class residents of Long Island, New York. Franklin D. Roosevelt and  Katharine Hepburn are said to have had this accent.