Donald's Dream Voice (1948)
Daisy Duck: So you can't sell brushes because nobody understands a word you say?
Donald Duck: Yes.
Daisy Duck: Don't worry, Donald. Don't give up! I have faith in you. Go out and try again.
[she kisses him; Donald is filled with renewed energy]
Donald Duck: Whoopee!
[he bounces out of the house, brush case in hand; Daisy watches him leave]
Daisy Duck: Good luck, darling!
Donald Duck: Good-bye, sweetheart!
Donald Duck: Good afternoon, sir. Would you be interested in this beautiful brush?
Man: Listen, mac, don't come around here mumblin' like an idiot!
[he grabs Donald by the throat, holds him aloft and kicks him away]
[Donald ingests a voice pill and then tests it out on a mirror reflection]
Donald Duck: Well, why don't you...
[his voice deepens and is not just more understandable, but more suave]
Donald Duck's suave voice: ...say something?
[Donald jumps back in shock, then smiles]
Donald Duck's suave voice: One, two, three, four, testing. I can talk. I can talk! I can TALK! Oh, boy, I can talk! Hooray, hooray!
[He races down the street]
Donald Duck's suave voice: Daisy, Daisy! I can talk!
[He stops suddenly]
Donald Duck's suave voice: No, wait, I'll surprise her. I've got to sell all my brushes then, be a success and I'll ask Daisy to...
[his deep voice wears off, returning to his normal voice. He quickly ingests another pill and his voice again deepens]
Donald Duck's suave voice: ...marry me.