- 1. Stand back, musketeers.
They shall sample my blade. Touché!
- 2. Musketeers? Hmm? En garde?
- 3. Hey. Psst!
- 4. Whoever's in charge here.
- 5. The scenery. Where's the scenery?
- 6. Stand back, musketeers.
They shall sample...
- 7. my blade? Huh?
- 8. Okay, have it your way.
- 9. Daffy Duck, he had a farm
- 10. And on this farm he had an igloo
- 11. Would it be too much to ask
if we could make up our minds? Hmm?
- 12. Dashing through the snow
- 13. Through the fields we go
Laughing all the way
- 14. Farewell to thee, farewell to thee
- 15. The wind will carry back our sad refrain
- 16. One last embrace
Before we say—
- 17. Uh. Eesh.
- 18. Buster, it may come
as a complete surprise to you...
- 19. to find that this
is an animated cartoon.
- 20. And that in animated cartoons
they have scenery.
- 21. And in all the years I've—
- 22. All right, wise guy, where am I?
- 23. And I've never been so humiliated
in all my life!
- 24. Look, Mac,
just what's going on around here?
- 25. Let's get organized, hm?
- 26. How about some scenery?
- 27. That's dandy. Ho, ho. That's rich, I'll say.
- 28. Now how about some color, stupid?
- 29. Hey!
- 30. Not me, you slop artist!
- 31. Well, where's the rest of me?
- 32. It isn't as though I haven't lived up
to my contract, goodness knows.
- 33. And it isn't as though I haven't
kept myself trim, goodness knows.
- 34. I've done that.
- 35. That's strange. All of a sudden,
I don't quite feel like myself.
- 36. I feel all right. And yet, I— I... Eek!
- 37. You know better than that!
- 38. Well?
- 39. Hmm. Sea picture, eh?
I always wanted to do a sea epic.
- 40. Now, Mr. Rembrandt, if you'll kindly
oblige with a little appropriate scenery.
- 41. Over the sea
Let's go men
- 42. We're shoving right off
We're shoving right off—
- 43. Again?
- 44. Hey, come here. Come here.
Give me a close-up. A close-up.
- 45. This is a close-up?
- 46. A close-up, you jerk! A close-up!
- 47. Thanks for the sour persimmons,
- 48. Now look, buster,
let's have an understanding.
- 49. Now what?
- 50. Brother, what a way to run a railroad.
- 51. Now, as I was saying—
- 52. All right, let's get this picture started.
- 53. No! No!
- 54. Listen, pal,
let's discuss this thing sanely, huh?
- 55. Look, I tell you what.
- 56. You go your way and I'll go mine.
- 57. Live and let live, right? Right.
- 58. Ladies and gentlemen,
there will be no further delays...
- 59. so I shall attempt to entertain you
in my own inimitable fashion.
- 60. - Now what?
- What are you doing down there?
- 61. Down here? What are you doing up there?
- 62. Listen, bud, if you wasn't me,
I'd smack you right in the puss.
- 63. - Don't let that bother you, Jack.
- Okay, buddy, you asked for it.
- 64. Oh, brother, I'm a buzz-boy.
- 65. Uh-oh. Time to hit the old silk.
- 66. Under a spreading chestnut tree
The village smithy stands
- 67. The smith, a mighty good man is he
With strong and sinewy
- 68. Hands
- 69. All right, enough is enough.
- 70. This is the final,
the very, very last straw.
- 71. Who is responsible for this?
- 72. I demand that you show yourself.
Who are you?
- 73. Ain't I a stinker?