Rebel Rabbit (1949)
Southern Senator: Ah demands, ah say, ah demands a price on Bugs Bunny's head. Noggin, that is. That lowdown miserable good-for-nothing hare must die!
Bugs Bunny: Hare! Die! Hair dye! That's a joke son, ya missed it!
[smacks the senator around]
Bugs Bunny: Admit it, son, I'm too fast for ya!
[Bugs kisses him and runs off]
Bugs Bunny: [after filling up the Grand Canyon] Well, that fills up that hole.
Bugs Bunny: [after Bugs gives Manhattan back to the Indians] Eh, they wouldn't take it until I threw in a set of dishes.
Bugs Bunny: [after sawing off the state of Florida and the state floats out to sea] South America, take it away!
Bugs Bunny: [Bugs is surrounded by a ring of delayed-action shells] Eh, could it be that I carried this thing too far?
[the shells explode. When the smoke clears, we find Bugs at Alcatraz]
Bugs Bunny: Nyeh, could be.
Bugs Bunny: [Bugs casually strolls into the Game Commissioner's office, and grabs him by the throat] Eh, WHAT'S THE BIG IDEA OF RABBITS BEING ONLY WORTH 2 CENTS?
Game Commissioner: STOP STEAMING UP MY GLASSES!
Bugs Bunny: Never mind that. How come rabbits are only two cents? Huh?
Game Commissioner: Well, other animals are destructive, harmful, obnoxious to people. They do damage.
Bugs Bunny: Nyeh, tell me more, Doc.
Game Commissioner: Rabbits are sweet, furry little creatures. They wouldn't harm a hair on your head.
Bugs Bunny: Eh, get him. Hee hee. He don't know me very well, do he?
Game Commissioner: Rabbits are perfectly harmless, and the bounty stands at two cents!
Bugs Bunny: Oh yeah?
[Bugs grabs a pen, and sprays the Commissioner with ink. He then proceeds to repeatedly slash the pen across his face]
Bugs Bunny: Well, I'll show you a rabbit can be more obnoxious than anybody!
[Smashes the pen into the desk]
Bugs Bunny: You can't get away with it! You'll be hearing from me!
[Leaves the office, slamming the door so hard on his way out the window shatters]