Funny / Classic Disney Shorts

  • Mickey Mouse, of all characters, threatening Donald Duck with a gun in "Symphony Hour"!
  • Pretty much the entirety of Der Fuehrer's Face. It helps that it was intended to be a Take That to the Nazi regime.
  • The ferocious climax of the Goofy cartoon "Hockey Homicide", which throws in rapid-fire images from past Disney cartoons (many of them sports-themed), including a brief appearance by Monstro the whale from Pinocchio!
    • The Running Gag involving Icebox Bertino and Fearless Ferguson, the star players of their respective teams that continually get into a fight (strangling one another and beating one another with their hockey sticks), getting sent to the penalty box, then getting right back into a fight once they are released.
    Sportscaster: Here come Bertino and Ferguson out of the penalty box...
    (fight commences between them; referee blows whistle and sends them back into penalty box)
    Sportscaster: ...and there go Bertino and Ferguson back into the penalty box.
  • Two instances occur in the Wartime Cartoon "The Vanishing Private":
    • The priceless expression on the general's face when he shakes his head no after Pete asks him if he has seen "a little guy [Donald] that you can't see".
    • At the very end, Pete is in a cell, wearing a straitjacket, with the now-visible Donald guarding him!
    Pete: I ain't crazy! You know I ain't crazy! Go tell the general that I ain't crazy.
    Donald: Do you think I'm crazy?
  • In "Pluto's Party", Pluto opens the gate only to be trampled on my a horde of mice children who knock the front gate down. When the leave near the end, the gate stands back up on its own.
  • Nearly all of Goofy Gymnastics.
  • In The Plowboy, we see a pig, chicken and goat running Horace and the runaway plow from as they crash into a tree and get combined into some weird hybrid creature.
  • A lot of moments in Get a Horse!, but special mention goes to the scene where a CGI Horace walks up on the stage wearing modern t-shirt (themed to Marvel, which Disney had only recently bought!) while eating popcorn.
    • Also Mickey finding a smartphone Horace took, with a guy on the other end shouting "Give me back my phone!".
  • In Hawaiian Holiday, when Goofy finally succeeds in surfing a recalcitrant wave, after he shouts triumphantly, "Hey, look! I made it!", a voice is heard saying, "Oh yeah?", before the wave throws Goofy off again. It's possible that it was the wave itself that said this line.
  • Pete's unintelligible babbling as he announces the train stops in Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip.
  • The flypaper sequence in Playful Pluto. There's a reason it was used on Sullivan's Travels to show the power of laughter.