The New Neighbor (1953)
Narrator: It has been man's constant labor to live in peace with his next door neighbor. And on the newcomer falls the chore of getting along with the man next door.
Donald Duck: [excited] Okay!
Pete: [to Donald, who just moved in] You must be the new neighbor. I'll be right over, pal.
Donald Duck: Okay.
[Donald puts out the welcome mat at his door and Pete steps on]
Pete: [wildly shaking Donald's hand] Glad to meet ya, neighbor!
[Donald hears the doorbell ring and he begrudgingly answers it]
Donald Duck: [angrily] Now look here, I...
[He sees Pete and his dog Muncey at the door. Pete is holding a bowl of some soup-like liquid]
Pete: Hi, neighbor.
[Pete hands Donald the bowl]
Pete: Try this.
Donald Duck: [taking the bowl] Oh, thank you.
[He samples and savors the soup]
Donald Duck: Mm-mm! Delicious!
Pete: [to Muncey] See? He eats it.
[Donald gags and spits out the liquid and looks shocked]
Pete: [walking away with Muncey] The trouble with you, Muncey, you're too finicky.