8 Ball Bunny (1950)
Bogart: Pardon me, but uh...
Bugs Bunny: But could YOU help an American whose down on HIS luck? Here!
[gives him Penguin, then runs off hysterically]
Bugs Bunny: [singing while playing guitar] Bugs Bunny came to Martinique / When he arrived he was pretty weak / His knees look like they would buckle in / His tribulations caused by a penguin / Now he's built a boat on which they both could leave / He hoped that fickle fate have nothing up her sleeve.
Bogart: Say, pardon me but, could you help out a fellow American who's down on his luck?
Bugs Bunny: [tossing him a coin] Hit da road!
Bugs Bunny: If he should accomplish this daring thing / A miracle to Martinique Bugs did bring.
Bugs Bunny: [on a railroad car with the penguin] Me and my big fat promises.
Bugs Bunny: All right, all right! If there's one thing I can't stand is to see a penguin cry.
Hobo: Me neither. Penguins is practically chickens. And I hates to see chickens cry so much, that I has to put them out of their misery.
Bugs Bunny: Eh, pardon me, Mac, but, er, rabbits is bigger than penguins.
Hobo: So they are, and I love rabbit stew!
[chases Bugs; Bugs trips him up and sends him flying out the car]
Bugs Bunny: And now, then, all we have to do is find out where you came from.
[Looks up in a book]
Bugs Bunny: Lets see now... Hey, what do you know? You're a penguin. And a penguin, it says here, comes from the South Pole. South Pole? Ooh, I'm dying!
Bugs Bunny: [after getting the penguin on the Admiral Byrd] Ah, this New Orleans. I think I'll stick around for the Madri Grass.
Man drinking mint julep in New Orleans: There goes the old Admiral Byrd, bound for Brooklyn.
Bugs Bunny: Brooklyn? Hey, wait! Wait!
Bugs Bunny: I leave you alone for a few minutes, and what happens? You end up on the menu.