Red Hot Riding Hood (1943)
[opening lines, after quick musical introduction and opening credits]
Narrator: Good evening, kiddies. Once upon a time, Little Red Riding Hood was skipping through the woods. She was going to her grandmother's house to take grandma a basket of nice goodies. But waiting in the woods was a mean old wolf ready to pounce upon poor Little Red Riding Hood.
Wolf: Oh, stop it! "Waiting in the woods was the mean old wolf ready to pounce on poor Red Riding Hood." I'm fed up with that sissy stuff. It's the same old story over and over. If you can't do this thing a new way, Bud, I quit!
Red: [Little Red Riding Hood throws her basket, to the ground angrily] Me too. Every cartoon studio in Hollywood has done it this way.
Grandma: Yes, I'm plenty sick of it myself.
[All three start complaining at the same time]
Grandma: ...The man smells!
Narrator: Ok! Ok! Alright! We'll do the story a new way!