Mush and Milk (1933)
Spanky: Mary had a little lamb, whose fleece was white as snow. If he hollers let him go, eenie, meenie, miney, moe.
Spanky: He followed her to school one day, and went against the rules. If he hollers let him go, eenie, meenie, miney, moe.
Tommy: How'd the bricks work out, Stymie?
Stymie: Well, it took my feet all night long to get those bricks warm, and now it's time to get up.
Cap's wife: You kids go out there and milk that cow, and if you spill one drop of it, I'll thrash you!
Cap: Uh huh, can you use the word "Isthmus" in a sentence?
'Uh huh': Uh huh. "Isthmus be my lucky day!"
[at one end of the telephone line]
Mr. Brown: Hello? Who is this speaking?
[at the other end]
Spanky: [looks into mouthpiece] I don't know, I can't see ya!
Mr. Brown: Listen, this is Mr. Brown from the First National Bank! Who is this?
Spanky: Mr. Brown from the First National Bank. That's what you just told me!
Spanky: Don't drink the milk!
Cap's wife: Why not?
Spanky: It's *spoiled*!
Cap's wife: Spoiled nothing! You kids put that milk on your mush and eat it! Eeehh!