One Hour in Wonderland (1950 TV Special)
Kathryn Beaumont: Mortimer, you musn't be afraid of people. Goodness, I'm only a girl.
Mortimer Snerd: That's the worst kind.
Charlie McCarthy: [as Walt summons the Slave in the Magic Mirror] How hammy can you get? Do you girls know this character, Disney?
Diane Disney: Yes.
Sharon Disney: He's our father.
Charlie McCarthy: Eh... oh.
Charlie McCarthy: Okay, magic boy, let's see who you really are.
Slave in the Magic Mirror: What is it, son of the sapling?
Charlie McCarthy: I'll ignore that.
Edgar Bergen: I've never told you the story of Alice in Wonderland, have I?
Charlie McCarthy: No, I've been lucky so far.
Edgar Bergen: Well, once upon a time...
Charlie McCarthy: Here we go...
Edgar Bergen: There was a child named Alice. She was a little girl.
Charlie McCarthy: Say, you have done research, haven't you?
Edgar Bergen: One summer day, she was seated on a riverbank, and she began to feel drowsy.
Charlie McCarthy: Well, she should have watched where she was sitting. Or did you say drowsy?
Charlie McCarthy: [about the Magic Mirror] That's probably some kind of a hopped-up television set.
Slave in the Magic Mirror: Television?
Slave in the Magic Mirror: TELEVISION?
[Thunder crashes and lightning flashes inside the mirror; everyone gasps]
Walt Disney: Whoa! Steady, old boy! Take it easy.
Slave in the Magic Mirror: Television, ha! I have never been so insulted in all my unborn days.
Charlie McCarthy: [as they prepare to go to the Disney Studios] Now, now, now look, Bergy, can't this clambake wait? I have an important meeting with the junior hot rodders.
Edgar Bergen: Well, we've been invited to a tea party at the Walt Disney Studios.
Charlie McCarthy: A tea party?
Edgar Bergen: Yes.
Charlie McCarthy: Holy mackerel. I thought that stuff went out with the bustle.