Beanstalk Bunny (1955)
Bugs: You're the Giant in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, aren't you?
Elmer: Well, yes.
Bugs: And the Giant in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk wasn't after no wabbit, now was he? He was after Jack. Right?
Elmer: Well, I guess maybe that is wight.
Bugs: All right then.
[Pointing to Daffy]
Bugs: He is Jack.
Daffy: It's a lie. It's a lie. My name is, uh, Aloysius. His name is Jack. Jack Rabbit.
Bugs: Oh, no. You're Jack, all right.
Daffy: I am not. You're Jack.
Bugs: You are Jack and you know it, because it is a fact.
Elmer: I guess I'll have to open up with a pair of Jacks.
Daffy Duck: Odds my bodkins, a beanstalk. And all the way up to the sky too. Well, I better get to work climbing this thing or we won't have any picture.
Elmer: [Holding a pepper mill] This ought to gwind their bones vewy nicewy.
Daffy Duck: Boy, this is the kind of story I like. I can just taste all those pieces of eight. And doubloons. And triploons. And, uh, quadruploons. And, uh, uh, quintuploons.
Daffy: Keep your hands off me. I came here for those solid-gold goodies, and I ain't leaving without them. On account of I am greedy.
Daffy: You could've stood up for your rights, you know? You milk-sop!
Daffy: Now there goes a salesman. He trades me out of a perfectly good, grade A, homogenized Holstein cow, and for what? Three stupid beans! Jack, you're a jerk!
Daffy: Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Tick tock. Eh, it's a living. Tick tock. Tick tock.
Bugs: I don't remember any rabbit in Jack and the Beanstalk. But, there's gonna be one in this one.