The Brave Engineer (1950)
Narrator: Ah, it is morning, and all the trains are fast asleep. All except Casey's. His train is slow asleep.
[Casey's train is in collision course with another train]
Narrator: [as conductor] Hey, Casey, here comes a freight! I said here comes a freight!
Narrator: [as Casey] Don't worry mate. We wont be late.
Narrator: [as conductor] Egad! Look, look, look, look! Train, train, train!
Narrator: [as Casey] So what?
Narrator: [as conductor] So long!
[Conductor jumps off]
Narrator: If that's Casey, I'm a Rhode Island rooster.
Narrator: Well, cock-a-doodle-doo!
[Casey rescues a damsel-in-distress tied to the railroad tracks]
Narrator: [as damsel-in-distress] My hero!
Narrator: [as mustache twirling villain] Curses! Foiled again!
[Casey tosses the still bound damsel-in-distress to a railroad station attendant as his train speeds by]
Narrator: What do you know? She-mail!