Goliath II (1960)
[the mouse has scared all of the elephants away and into the river, except Goliath II, who doesn't budge]
Mouse: [to Goliath II] What's the trouble, buster? Scared stiff?
Goliath II: I'm not scared at all.
Mouse: You're not?
Goliath II: I'm just as big as you are.
Mouse: But that's not the point, kid. I'm a mouse! You're an elephant. At least you look like one. You got a trunk.
[he pulls on Goliath's trunk]
Mouse: Flappy ears!
[he tugs and flaps on Goliath's big ears]
Mouse: Ho-ho-ho! Baggy pants!
[he kicks Goliath in the rear]
Mouse: [to Goliath II] Look, kid. I'll give you a break. I'm gonna count to three, and then, if you're not gone, I'LL TEAR YA TO SHREDS! Here goes... One. You better get movin'.
[Goliath doesn't budge]
Mouse: Two. I'm warnin' ya, kid!
[still, Goliath doesn't budge]
Mouse: Three! OKAY, YOU ASKED FOR IT, BUSTER!
[the mouse headbutts Goliath and they get into a tussle]
Goliath II's Mother: [seeing that Eloise is about to walk on Goliath II without notice] ELOISE!
[Eloise stops as Goliath II plays with a butterfly]
Goliath II's Mother: Why don't you watch where you're going, you - you clumsy ox!
Eloise: [furiously] Now, don't you 'clumsy ox' me! I can't watch out for your precious little brat; that's your worry. If you think I'm going to pussyfoot around the rest of my life just because...
Goliath II's Mother: [seeing that Goliath II is about to be eaten up by a crocodile] Goliath! GOLIATH!
[Goliath's mother snatches him by the tail saving him as the crocodile chomps into nothing]
Goliath II's Mother: [worried] Oh, Goliath, what on earth will I ever do?
Goliath II's Mother: [worried, after saving Goliath II from Raja] Goliath, Goliath! How many times have I told you not to wander off that way?
[she places her son on a nest]
Goliath II's Mother: [now angry] Now you stay right here! You getting to be a terrible nusiance - now stop being a pest!
[Goliath II goes stunned at that comment as he sees the other elephants glaring at him]
Narrator: Goliath was very tired of being treated like a baby. He was nine years old. At least, he would be in eight months. And he could take care of himself. And if he was nothing but a pest, well, then, all right, he'd run away, that's what he'd do. At the very first chance, too.
[that night, while the other elephants are asleep, Goliath II leaves the nest and walks out on the other elephants]
Goliath II: [determinedly] And I'm never coming back, either - never, never, never!
[Goliath II decides to run away from the elephant herd, but he is captured by Raja, but Goliath's mother grabs the tiger by the tail and throws him into the mouth of a crocodile]
Narrator: Well, that was the end of old Raja.
[a dazed Raja climbs out of the crocodile's mouth and runs off]
Narrator: At least, he was never seen again.
[the next day, Goliath II's mother angrily spanks Goliath for running away]
Narrator: But it wasn't the end of Goliath's troubles. No, not by any means.
[Goliath II looks up as the other elephants look scornfully at him, especially his father, Goliath I; Goliath II sobs]
Narrator: You see, according to the elephant law, deserting the herd is a major offense. And the deserter is branded a scoundrel, a rogue elephant, a traitor to that high and imperial order of pompous pachyderms. But worst of all, he had disgraced his great father.