Baby Buggy Bunny (1954)
Finster: [crying] Let me outta here! Get me another mouthpiece! I've been framed! I didn't do nothin'!
Bugs Bunny: Don't be such a crybaby. After all, ninety-nine years isn't forever.
Bugs Bunny: Now we'll play some nice games before beddy-time.
[Baby Finster pulls out a "toy" gun and aims it at Bugs]
Bugs Bunny: Oh, goodness! Hopalong Finster's gonna shoot big bad-guy rabbit with his toy pistol!
[Bugs gets blasted in the face]
Bugs Bunny: Some toy.
Bugs Bunny: I'm rich! Diamond-studded hutches! 14-karat carrots! Ha-ha-ha!
Bugs Bunny: No, no, no, no. You mustn't play with the money. It's very dirty.
[Finster holds his breath and starts turning blue]
Bugs Bunny: Finster, stop that! Why are you holding your breath?
[Finster points at the money]
Bugs Bunny: Okay, kid, here, here you are.
[Gives him the bag of money; Finster breathes again and coos happily]
Bugs Bunny: Gosh, don't do that again. You had me scared.
Bugs Bunny: Finster? Finster, where are you?
[Finster is sneaking away with the bag of money; Bugs comes behind him and tickles him]
Bugs Bunny: Cootchy-cootchy-cootchy!
[Finster hits him over the head with bag]
Bugs Bunny: [Dazed] Cootchy.
Bugs Bunny: Finster shaving at his age? And tattooed? And smoking a cigar?
Bugs Bunny: Oh, Finster! Oh, Finster, baby!
[Sees Finster trying to get the money]
Bugs Bunny: Oh, there you are, you naughty baby.
Bugs Bunny: How many times I have told you not to play with that dirty money? We'll just have to get hims all tidied up.
[Puts Finster in the washing machine and turns it on; takes him out, covered in suds]
Bugs Bunny: There, nice enough to be kissed. Ah, whoops, the baby!
[Throws Finster up against the ceiling]
Bugs Bunny: Oh, dear. I do believe I've forgotten my fudge.
[Turns around, Finster falls behind him]
Bugs Bunny: Aw, sakes alive. Did'ims fall down?
[Finster pulls out a knife and tries to stab Bugs; he misses and stabs himself in the butt]
Bugs Bunny: [as he spanks Finster, weapons fall out] We'll just have to learn not to play with knives and not to use naughty words. And believe me, Finster, this hurts you more than it does me.