Rocky tells Hugo to take Bugs "for a ride". Bugs, apparently misunderstanding the common mobster-slang for being killed and dumped somewhere instead enthusiastically jumps in the car (wearing an old-fashioned driver's suit and goggles no less) and asks if they can stop somewhere and get a hamburger. The car drives ominously off into the horizon, only for BUGS to drive back later with no sign of Hugo. In fact, he isn't mentioned or seen for the rest of the short.
Rocky: Did you get rid of him? Bugs: Yeah, he won't bother us anymore. Rocky: Good work, Hugo! Good night.
Rocky sleeps with a cigar in his mouth and a gun on his shoulder holster.
Rocky repeatedly threatens Bugs, while asking him for his clothes. Bugs even orders him to hold still while he properly fixes his bow tie.
Bugs: There! You're pretty as a picture. Rocky: You can't do that to Rocky and get away with it! (pulls out his gun)
Rocky demands Bugs give him "The dough!" Rocky, of course, means money. Bugs has, other ideas.
Just all of "Yankee Doodle Daffy".
From Haredevil Hare where Bugs is shot to the moon aboard a rocket.
A "Fasten Seatbelts" sign illuminates briefly, right before the rocket crash-lands in a heap
Bugs tries to call for help on his ship's radio, but only manages to tune in to a random radio station playing an ad jingle for cereal that includes the line "Serve them to unwanted guests! Stuff the mattress with the rest!"
And finally, after meeting Marvin Martian, and blowing most of the satellite to bits, he gets a call from mission control informing him that the press back on Earth would like a statement. Bugs' reaction: "Well, yes, I have prepared a statement, GET ME OUT OF HERE!!!"
The "pronoun trouble" scene from "Rabbit Seasoning" that culminates in Daffy screaming "He does so have to shoot me now! I demand that you shoot me now!" at Elmer Fudd is very possibly the funniest thing ever to happen in the history of animation. And if you don't think so, there is something seriously wrong with you. The fact that Elmer glanced at the audience as though to say, "You heard that too, right?" before shooting him ties it all together.
"Ah-HA! That's it! Hold it right there! Pronoun trouble. It's not "He doesn't have to shoot you now", it's "He doesn't have to shoot me now." Well, I say he does have to shoot me now!"
When Daffy discovers that he has been tricked and he looks at the audience saying in a small voice, "Not again..."
After a few unsuccessful gambits, he raises a finger to Bugs, opens his mouth to speak...and freezes. Bugs: "...eeeyesss?"
At the end, they revisit the original question, but Bugs changes it to "Would you like to shoot him here, or wait 'till you get home?" Daffy finally finds the problem: "Oh no you don't. Not this time, wait 'till you get home". 20 seconds of going home, BAM!, 20 seconds of Daffy walking back to Bugs..."You're dethpicable!"
At the beginning, Daffy watches as Elmer hunts for Bugs Bunny... only for him to have a polite conversation with him and saying he hadn't seen any rabbits at all. Daffy has the greatest expression of "Is he that stupid?" before storming over yelling at him to shoot Bugs.
In Rabbit Fire: "WABBIT SEASON.""DUCK SEASON.""WABBIT SEASON!""DUCK SEASON!""WABBIT SEASON!!""DUCK SEASON!!' "WABBIT SEASON!""WABBIT SEASON!" "I say it's DUCK SEASON, and I say FIRE!"
Not to mention one of the most random scenes of that short; Bugs scolding Elmer for hunting them with an elephant gun.
Elmer: Ewephant gun?
Bugs: That's right, Doc. So why don't you go shoot yourself an elephant? (sinks down back to his hole)
Elephant: (standing behind Elmer) You do and I'll give ya SUCH a PINCH! (hammers Elmer to the ground neck high before storming off)
Daffy:(wearing a tennis player uniform) Anyone for tennis? [Elmer shoots him; Bugs stands besides him like giving Daffy a disapproving look] Daffy: Nice game.
And to cap off the trilogy, the Running Gag from "Duck! Rabbit! Duck!":
Daffy: If he's dead, then I'm a mongoose!
(Bugs holds up a sign reading MONGOOSE SEASON OPEN, Daffy gets shot)
And just to clinch that scene, the rest of it is just shot from the waist down as Daffy takes Elmer away:
Elmer: More bweefing?
Daffy: More briefing.
Eventually climaxing in Daffy having a nervous breakdown after getting shot in the face one time too many:
Daffy: Shoot me again! I enjoy it! I love the smell of burnt feathers, and gunpowder, and cordite! I'm an elk! Shoot me, go on! It's elk season! I'm a fiddler crab! Why don't you shoot me?! It's fiddler crab season!!!
Daffy sees Bugs putting on a duck disguise, and shouts "Shoot the duck! Shoot the duck!" without realizing Elmer is standing right next to him. And that's what led to his nervous breakdown above.
Elmer: Oh, Mister Game Warden, I hope you can help me. I've been told I can shoot wabbits and goats and pigeons and mongooses and dirty skunks and fiddler crabs and ducks. Could you tell me what season it weawwy is?
Bugs: Well certainly my boy! It's Baseball season!
At which point, Elmer snaps and gleefully shoots the baseball all over the field.
(Multiple hunters come out of nowhere and shoot Daffy at once)
Would you believe Daffy was the first one to do the Rabbit Season Duck Season gag? "Duck Soup To Nuts" comes a couple years before the "Daffy, Bugs and Elmer" trilogy and "Baseball Bugs," and it's still just as hilarious when Daffy does it to Porky.
Porky: I'm an eagle, and I'll prove it!
[After trying to fly from a tree branch and fell] Porky: I... I told you I was a pig.
Also this dialogue in "Duck Soup To Nuts":
Daffy: I can tell the future by feeling the bumps on your head. Porky:(rubbing his head) But-but I have no bumps on my head. [Daffy hits his head with a stick, giving him bumps, then shows him the mirror] Daffy: You have now, chubby!
The hilariously fixed Daffy-Elmer boxing match in "To Duck... or not to Duck."
Duck Referee: "In this corner. The challenger. Elmer (spits on the ground) Fudd."
Entirely Duck Filled Audience: "BOO!"
Elmer's Dog Laramore: "HOORAY!" * gets pelted with garbage*
Duck Referee: "And in this corner, a person who needs no introduction. That paragon of fine sportsmanship, that champion of champions, our own, our beloved, (cradles up to Daffy) Daffy "good to his mother" Duck.
Duck Audience: "HOORAY"
Elmer's Dog Laramore: "BOO!" * gets pelted with garbage*
Duck Referee: "None of this... or this... or like so..."
Robin Hood Daffy. "Yoiks, and away!" Like "High-Diving Hare" above, they couldn't even show the whole thing to us, because it would have been TOO funny.
From the same episode: "HO! HA HA! GUARD! TURN! PARRY! DODGE! SPIN! HA! THRUST!"
And Friar Porky beats the spin with a twig.
When Daffy got out of the river, he pulled his pants up and all the water went into his shoes. This troper calls them "sausage feet".
"Actually, it's a Buck-and-a-Quarter quarterstaff, but I'm not tellin' HIM that!"
"I don't know how I could have ever doubted you. Shall we spend the gold all in one place?"
Robot Rabbit. Bugs, singing and dancing with Elmer after Elmer thought he did away with him via robot exterminator: "The wab-bit kicked the buuu-cket! The wab-bit kicked the buuu-cket! The buuu-cket kicked the buuu-cket! The wab-bit kicked the wab-bit! The buc-ket kicked the buuuucket!"
The look on Elmer's face halfway through the song, and he stopped dancing.
The robot somehow mistakes Elmer's mule for a rabbit, and blasts him. Even funnier is the Mule's confused reaction:
Mule: What'd I do? What'd I do?
Bugs tricks the robot to chase him around the sprinklers, and ends up getting rusted.
Elmer:(bringing the oil) Ooooohh, that doggone wabbit!
Daffy Duck and Egghead. Daffy's first solo(ish) cartoon, which created the Screwy Squirrel genre. The whole thing is one crowning moment, but, a couple that are particularly funny are Egghead shooting an audience member (in the vein of a theatre short) who keeps interrupting the show, Daffy sticking a "Blind" sign on Egghead, and the entire ending.
"My name is Daffy Duck, I worked on the merry-go-round, The job was swell I ate my fill 'till the merry-go-round broke down!"
Daffy Dilly: "And stay on the straight and narrow!"
There were a lot of great moment in the "The Stupor Salesman," particularly the part where Daffy sells the bad guy a tommy gun. When the crook discovers there's no bullets, Daffy gladly gives him some free of charge. At first it looks like Daffy's just stupidly screwed himself over, until the bandit starts shooting and Daffy reveals he's wearing a limited time offer bulletproof vest. "Guaranteed to get your money back if it fails to work!" Also, the ending.
(Giant Explosion) (to the audience) "I got him now! I got him now!" (yelling up at the sky) HEY, BUB! YOU NEED A HOUSE TO GO WITH THIS DOORKNOB!"
Similar to the tommy gun, Daffy sells the crook some brass knuckles, cheerfully saying "Boy, I'd sure hate to get socked with these babies!" just before getting grabbed by the neck.
Also, from The Ducksters, where Daffy is a villainous game show host.
Daffy: Don't be a sucker chum, the next question's a snap!"
"This is a closeup? A CLOSEUP YA JERK! A CLOSEUP!"
Daffy's expression the first time he tries to speak when the sound is being messed with (when he opens his mouth but we hear a rooster crow).
And then Daffy getting angry with his eyes turning red before he screams and jumps around, before yelling, "AND I'VE NEVER BEEN SO HUMILIATED IN ALL MY LIFE!"
And when the animator turns out to be Bugs Bunny. This revelation is the absolute cherry on the cake.
Bugs Bunny: (snickers) Ain't I a stinker?
More Robin Hood parodies:
Bugs Bunny (disguised as king): Sheriff of Nottingham, in gratitude for your faithful service, I shall knight thee.
Sheriff of Nottingham: You're most gracious, Majesty.
Bugs Bunny: In the name of My Most Royal Majesty, I knight thee. <clobbers the sheriff on the head with the scepter> Arise, Sir Loin of Beef. <clobber> Arise, Earl of Cloves. <clobber> Arise, Duke of Brittingham. <clobber> Arise, Baron of Münchhausen. <clobber> Arise, Essence of Myrrh, <clobber> Milk of Magnesia, <clobber> Quarter of Ten.
Sheriff of Nottingham: You are too kind, Your Majesty.
Sheriff of Nottingham: London Bridge is falling down...
<Bugs runs off to get a stove and baking materials, makes a cake>
Sheriff of Nottingham: ...falling down, falling down, London Bridge is falling down... falling down, falling down... London Bridge is falling down... <falls forward onto the cake that Bugs moved into place at the last moment>
"Don't you worry, never fear, Robin Hood will soon be here."
Bugs tricks the Sheriff into buying the King's royal garden. Later he starts building his dream house, he's nearly half done when he realizes what happened. He gets angry, crushing the nails between his teeth. He starts banging his head with a hammer.
Sheriff of Nottingham: Oooohhhhh, I hate myself! I do! *bang* I do! *bang* I do! *bang* I do...
At the very end, Bugs is fed up with the Running Gag...
Little John: Don't you worry, never fear-
Bugs: Yeah, yeah I know, "Robin Hood will soon be here. He robs from the rich and gives to the poor, with a hey nonnony and a hachacha!" Yeah, you've been sayin' that all through the picture! So where is he?!
Little John: Duh, you should not talk mean to me, 'cause there he is!
As Ralph Wolf, he's in a great extended scene where he obscures Sam Sheepdog's vision with hair-growth tonic. Spending a very long time checking if the dog can see him, going from super cautious to super confident, he heads down to the meadow, slowly reaches out for a sheep while hiding behind a shrub, and the dog streaks down from the bluff and pummels him like a speed bag! Then the 5:00 whistle blows, and they peaceably clock out and go home.
Carrotblanca. The scene where Bugs and Daffy takes shots of carrot juice never fails to crack me up. Especially when Daffy takes three shots at once.
That's from 1949's "For Scent-imental Reasons," the only Pepe cartoon to win an Oscar. Unfortunately, that scene has been edited on TV (on ABC, some British channel called ITV, and Cartoon Network [which aired that cartoon uncut until 2003] due to the part where Pepe fakes his suicide).
"Wild Over You" (1953; Jones) is one of those cartoons that becomes funnier when you're older and learn what sadomasochism is.
So long, Dracula! If I never see you again, it'll be too soon!
In "Draftee Daffy", he locks the "little man from the draft board" inside a safe and laughs evilly, turning into a devil.
And in "Falling Hare", the gremlin is attempting to trigger the bomb that Bugs is sitting on by whacking it with a large mallet. Bugs then offers to hit it, and he prepares himself to deliver a huge blow - when he stops himself at the very last second. "WHAT AM I DOING?!"
"Plane Daffy". "I'll do the job! I'm a woman-hater! She won't get to first base, this Hatta Mari tomater!" (Delivered by Daffy, with his chest puffed out, his head in the air and his eyebrows going up and down repeatedly.)
The recent "Blooper Bunny" has some funny moments:
Bugs(sarcastically as record gets stuck during the filming of a dance scene): "What's UP, doc?(walks off stage, record's still stuck) Monotonous, isn't it?"
Daffy also gets in a Take That against Disney at one point.
Daffy: The next thing you know, they'll stick with me with three snot-nosed little nephews. I wouldn't put it past them.
"Long Haired Hare," right after the three times Giovanni Jones beats Bugs up for ruining his opera practice.
In "Beanstalk Bunny" Bugs and Daffy end up in the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. Daffy is Jack, and Elmer is the Giant. Daffy tries to deny being Jack. "It's a lie! It's a lie! My name is, uh... Aloysius! His name is Jack! JACK RABBIT!" But Bugs just keeps denying it until the Giant decides "I guess I'll just open with a pair of Jacks."
The scene where Daffy tries to get Bugs' attention as they face potential death, while Bugs is just standing still nonchalantly. Visual acting at it's finest.
This dialogue (also the look Bugs makes while Daffy was talking):
Bugs:(waking up) Eh, what's up, Doc? Daffy: Ha! You very well know what's up! It's gold and jewels, that's what's up! And there ain't enough for the two of us. So... (kicks Bugs's bed off) Off you go!
Alongside beanstalk episodes, one featured Sylvester and Tweety. Near the end of it, the giant catches Sylvester in the act of trying to steal Tweety and bellows "FEE, FI, FO, FAT! I TAWT I TAW A PUDDY TAT!" Sylvester pales and flees the giant's castle for his life.
Pick any cartoon that has Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam in it and it's sure to be funny. Among the best examples,
"Rabbit Every Monday", which climaxes with Bugs convincing Sam there's a party going on in a pot-bellied stove, only for there to actually be a party going on.
Bugs: I don't ask questions, I just have fun!
"Hare Trimmed," where it ends with them almost getting married and leaving Granny locked in her room.
Don't get this troper started on how hard she was laughing during that scene including the two times that Sam fell down into the moat, screaming and cussing all the way.
And the ending where Sam finally cures himself of his anger and lets his servants beat him up to prove it. As this happens, Bugs tells the audience that he doesn't have the heart to tell him he lost all the money.
Bugs Bunny Rides Again has many of the quintessential Bugs/Sam gags.
Sam: This town ain't big enough for the two of us. Bugs: It ain't? Pardon me, Mac. [Runs offscreen and builds a city]Now is it big enough?
The "number-shooter" guns.
Sam making Bugs dance and then vice-versa.
Bugs: Poor little moroon. So trusting. So naive.
"I dare you to step over this line."
Sam chases after Bugs on horseback - Bugs races through a tunnel, Sam heads through, Bugs bricks up the tunnel's end...WHAP.
Bugs replacing alien Sam's rocket pack with a dynamite stick in "Lighter Than Hare".
"High-Diving Hare" involves Bugs repeatedly tricking Yosemite Sam into falling off an incredibly tall high-diving board. Eventually the film shows Sam climbing back up out of frame, then falling back down a couple of times without bothering to show us what Bugs did.
Also when Sam falls down but instead of landing in the tub rises back up, says "Ah hate you," and then falls all the way.
"One Froggy Evening," by critical and fan consensus one of the greatest Looney Tunes ever, if not one of the greatest cartoon shorts, period. The whole cartoon is a Crowning Moment of Funny, but this troper's favourite bit is where the frog's hapless manager experiments with different signs to draw patrons to the act, without success. The clincher? "FREE BEER," which produces an instant stampede of patrons, trampling the manager.
And you can guess the reaction of said audience lured in by that sign when, besides the frog not performing, there's no free beer...
"Easter Yeggs", where Bugs takes over for the Easter Bunny and tries to deliver Easter Eggs to the world's brattiest kid. After the first visit to the kid's house results in Bugs being beaten up by the kid, and then fleeing under a hail of gunfire the following ensues:
Easter Bunny: But you can't quit now, you'll give the Easter Bunny a bad name!
Bugs: I already have a bad name for the Easter Bunny!
The way Bugs sings "I'm the Easter Rabbit, horray!" in a grumpy tone, hopping along with his arm holding the basket in a death-grip that just oozes sarcasm before fading to the next scene.
Said bratty kid also is a bit of a Brick Joke. Later in the cartoon, Bugs is on the run from Elmer and looking for refuge. He opens the door to a random house only to find the bratty kid inside, demanding an Easter Egg, to which Bugs can only shove the door shut in his face while yelling "OhNooooooo!". However, Bugs is able to rid himself of both of them by painting Elmer's head like an easter egg, attracting the attention (and hammer) of the kid.
The kid's only line of dialogue, repeated ad nauseum at a hundred miles an hour for the whole cartoon? "I WANNA EASTAEGG!" "I WANNA EASTAEGG!" "I WANNA EASTAEGG!" It's strangely funny on it's own. His only other line was "THE BAD WABBIT BROOK MY WITTLE ARM!!" when Bugs grabs his arm and tries to give him a piece of his mind.
Hitler: Stoupnegel Hamburger mit der Frankfurter und der Sauerkrauten (Deeply inhales) Mit der Zoot Suit, mit der Reet Pleat, Zoot! (Salutes, crowd cheers, then inhales again) Schtunk Friz Freleng, mit der Heinrich Binder, und der What's Cookin' Doc! (Inhales) Pumpernickel mit Sauerkrauten from der Delicatessen, mit Liverwurst, Hassenpfeffer, und der Chattanoga Choo-Choo! Gesundheit!
After his speech...
Hitler: Ve vill bomben der Moscow! Bomben Stalin! Bomb dat Irish General Timoshenko! (Weeps) That Okshenko! (Confidently) To bomb Moscow, I vill send ze best pilot in the Reich! Ze greatest superman of all time!
German Citizen: Who's dat? You, Fuhrer?
Hitler:(Without the accent) Myeeeeeeh, who else?
Any time Mel Blanc voices Hitler, you know you're in for a laugh. Another example is from Daffy the Commando where he has Hitler spouting hilarious stuff before Daffy hits him with a mallet.
Hitler: Ach du lieber, mein leir, mein poopkin, mein vilt, mein heinechi-(Slam) SCHUUUUUUUULTZ!
Also the scene where Bugs tricks the dog into squeezing a tomato in his paw, making the dog think he's crushed Bugs. He then has a My God, What Have I Done? moment, and leaves flowers at Bugs' rabbit hole. Bugs comes out, takes the flowers and gives him a Take That Kiss.
Porky the Wrestler: Porky is hitchhiking. A car stops.
Man in car: Where are you headed, son?
Porky: W-w-why I'm g-g-goin' to the wr-wr-wrestling match.
Man in car: So am I! (drives off without him)
The joke makes a return in Thumb Fun, where Daffy tries to hitchhike south for the winter. He sticks out his thumb and an old man in a jalopy promptly stops:
You just know the writers had been itching for an excuse to use that gag.
Along the same lines, once or twice Bugs greeted Daffy with "Ehh, what's up, Duck?"
Also, Bugs playing manicurist to escape the monster (he pulled a similar gag as a hair-dresser in Water Water Every Hare): "My stars, I bet you monsters lead interesting lives. I was just saying to my girlfriend the other day, Gee, I'll bet monsters are interesting, the places you go and the things you must see, my stars..."
Gossamer (the monster) is chasing Bugs, he inexplicably stops mid-chase to look at himself in a mirror. Apparently, Gossamer is so terrifying, that it causes his own reflection to scream and run away. What really sells the bit is that he looks directly at the audience and shrugs, as if to say, "I don't get what just happened either."
Bugs is actually having so much fun running from Gossamer that when he does manage to lose him, he actually doubles-back and taunts the monster with "Hey, Frankenstein!" to resume the chase.
"Don't go up there! It's dark!"
The (now-banned) 1959 short "China Jones" has Daffy as the title character looking for a case. He runs afoul of a Dragon Lady.
From Hare Do: Elmer walks up to these theater doors when suddenly the sign above flashes "Intermission" and the audience comes out and tramples him. Just as Elmer gets up, the sign flashes "Curtain" and the audience runs back inside, trampling him again. This repeats a few more times as we see Bugs is pulling the switch that's triggering the sign.
The Rabbit Of Seville: Bugs making a fruit salad on Elmer's head is arguably the funniest visual non-sequitur ever.
The lyrics Bugs added to "The Barber of Seville" were hilariously ingenious as well.
In "8-Ball Bunny" (the name has nothing to do with the toon, besides the title card), Bugs agrees to take a penguin back to his natural habitat. When he sees that this natural habitat is the South Pole, he looks at the screen, shocked, and says in a funny pose and black preacher voice:
Bugs Bunny: Oooooh, I'm dyyyyyyyyyyyin'!
Then, upon reaching the South Pole, the penguin reveals he was raised in captivity, and his "home" is really Hoboken, New Jersey.
Bugs bunny: Oooooh, I'm dyyyyyyyyyyyin' again!
"Bugs and Thugs": all of it, but specifically this scene.
"Shut up shuttin' up!"
Anytime the Mynah bird makes an appearance (you know, the hopping, teleporting bird always accompanied by his leitmotif), much to the confusion of the others.
Hot Cross Bunny - Bugs mistakes a surgical amphitheater full of doctors for a vaudeville stage and tries out a number of acts. When nobody laughs, Bugs remarks "tough crowd", unaware that said doctors are only there to see Bugs get his brain implanted into a chicken. Once he figures it out, Hilarity Ensues.
"I don't wanna be noooo chicken!" "Yes you do!"
Later, when Bugs tries his hand at chemistry:
Bugs: HALT! One more step and I'll blow ya up! This contains manganese, nitrate, phosphorous, lactic acid and dextrose! Scientist: Ha, ha, ha, ha, that is the formula for a chocolate malted! Bugs (looks at the beaker, takes a sip): Yum yum! I'm a better scientist than I thought!
Bugs is doused with laughing gas and becomes incapacitated with laughter. As he's walked past a table containing some nasty-looking surgical instruments, he briefly snaps out of it, but then goes right back to maniacal laughter again as if nothing happened.
Bugs keeps pushing the scientist away while trying to impress the audience.
"Go away, Doc! You're bothering me!"
"Porky Pig's Feat" when Daffy shoves his head straight into the hotel manager's face.
Daffy: Hey look, a Dick Tracy character. Prune Face.
Especially the scene where Daffy yanks the rug out from the hotel manager's feet, sending him falling down the stairs all the way to the bottom floor. This troper can't even begin to describe how hard she was laughing during that scene.
At the end, Porky and Daffy get placed in the hotel prison chamber and call Bugs Bunny for help. Turns out he's in the next cell.
Anything featuring this troper's favorite Looney Tunes character, Charlie Dog.
From "Often An Orphan":
Charlie: But mostly I'm all Labrador Retriever!
Porky Pig: Oh, you are not a Labrador Retriever.
Charlie: I'm not?
Porky Pig: No!
Charlie: Look, if you doubt my word, get me a Labrador, and I'll retrieve it for you. That's fair, isn't it?
'Awful Orphan'. Porky Pig finally gives in and lets Charlie stay, but Charlie changes his mind and decides to leave because of Porky always fighting with his neighbors, but then Porky begins laughing evilly and tells Charlie, "You're gonna stay alright! I'm gettin' to like you!" and walks towards Charlie with a Slasher Smile, kind of counting as Nightmare Fuel. Moments later, Porky begins barking and snarling like a dog when Charlie tries to leave while Porky is sleeping at his feet at the end of the cartoon.
From the same cartoon, Porky shipping Charlie over to Siberia. Moments later, Charlie returns in a Russian outfit:
Charlie: *in Russian accent* How do YA DO? Oh, da places I've been and da things I've seen, such singin', such dancin' *performs the Siberian Steps while kicking Porky in his rear*
From "Big-House Bunny," Sam has just locked Bugs in a jail cell:
Bugs: Gee, I don't get it, Doc. Why'd you lock me outside?
Sam: Outside? Why, you're inside!
Bugs (laughing): Oh no I'm not, I'm outside. YOU'RE inside.
"We was in the house and everything was flying! The furniture was goin' in the door and out the window! What a time! One guy was swingin' from the chandelier! You'd 'a thought he was a monkey! Come to think of it, he WAS a monkey!"
In "The Daffy Doc", Daffy is an assistant to one "Dr. Quack". After kicking Daffy out of the operating room for acting too crazy, Dr. Quack is seen with a needle and thread, stitching and muttering, "That crazy duck! He does not realize the seriousness of this situation." It's then revealed that he's been stitching up a football, and he kicks it around, laughing maniacally. The rest of the animals gathered to watch the operation look at each other, then pull out pennants and start cheering.
"Daffy Duck in Hollywood" is one of his best early shorts, climaxing with a frankly amazing film he puts together by adding a new soundtrack to goofily-edited live-action Warner Bros. stock footage. For example, not only is there a new lion at the Central Park Zoo, it informs us in clumsily-dubbed speech that "Motion pictures...are...your best...entertainment!"
Bugsy and Mugsy, in where Bugs Bunny plays psychological warfare on Rocky and Mugsy, leading the former to believe the latter is plotting to kill him. Even after Rocky has beaten Mugsy near-unconscious and left him hog-tied outside of the room, Bugs still manages to make him think Mugsy is to blame, leading to the memorable line:
Rocky: I don't know how ya's done it, BUT I KNOW YA'S DONE IT!!!
Before that, Bugs tricks Mugsy into blowing up Rocky with a stick of dynamite by having him light it up like a cigar.
Bugs:(imitating Rocky) Hey, Mugsy! Come 'ere! Gimme a light! Mugsy: Okay, boss! Gee, I'm glad yer not mad at me no more! (BOOM!) Awwww, now you're mad at me again!!
Rabbit's Kin with Pete Puma is a laugh riot. Pete's probably the least threatening and densest antagonist Bugs ever met, and boy does it show.
Bugs Bunny: There's nothing as sociable as a nice cup of tea, I always say. How many lumps do you want?
Pete Puma: Oh, threenote pronounced as "tree" or four.
Bugs Bunny: [whacks Pete on the head with a mallet 5 times and 5 lumps appear on his head] Oh dear, I gave you one too many. Well we can fix that. [whacks the 5th lump back in his head]
Pete Puma: [Takes out a coffee pot] Coffee! Eeeeee!
Then at the end:
Bugs Bunny: Uh, by the way, how many lumps do you want?
Pete Puma: Oh, better get me a lot of lumps. A whole lotta lumps!
[Realizes it's Bugs; grabs the mallet]
Pete Puma: Oh, no, you don't! I'll help myself! [Starts hitting himself on head with mallet]
Bugs Bunny: We better go, he's much too smart for us! Eeeeeeeee!
"What's Up, Doc?" is one of this troper's favorite shorts. It's full of funny moments:
Bugs, as a baby, playing the "Hungarian Rhapsody" on his toy piano.
Older Bugs. He ultimately took up ballet.
Bugs as a chorus boy:
Bugs Bunny + Three Other Men: "Oh, we're the boy of the chorus, we hope you like our show, we know you're rootin' for us, but now we have to gooooooooo!"
In "The Hypo-chondri-cat", the mice trick Claude into thinking he's very sick.
Hubie:(in a serious tone) Look, he's toining green! [Claude panics] Bertie:What do you mean Hubie? He ain't toining green! Hubie:(slaps Bertie) Quiet, stupid! I said he's toining green! Bertie: I get it! I get it! Yeah, he is toining green! [Claude turns green] Hubie: Look at him now! He's toining poiple! [Claude turns purple] Bertie: Ooh, let me pick a color! Hubie: Okay, okay. Bertie: Now let's see here. He's toining... he's toining... he-he-he's toining plaid! [Claude turns plaid] Hubie:(whispers) Don't overdo it.
When Sam tries to shoot Bugs for knowing about his treasure.
Sam: Say your prayers, varmint. Dead rabbits tell no tales.
Bugs: No, you got it all wrong. It's "Dead men tell no tales."
(Sam realizes he's been tricked and clenches his teeth so hard that they break)
The scene where Bugs pretends to be Captain Bligh to boss Sam around.
The climax where Bugs keeps throwing a lit match into the gun powder room, with Sam shouting a Big "NO!" when he does. Soon, Sam says that the next time he does it, he won't go after it. Bugs does, and Sam nervously tries to keep himself occupied by playing with a yo-yo and jacks, until he gives in and goes in...only for the ship to get blown to bits and the platform the two were on lands in the island, with Sam still in running position.
Bugs: Eh...Didn't make it?
Sam takes his sword out:
Bugs: What? Sword again? [Sam swings his sword at Bugs, only to get it stuck on the mast. He tries to get it out.] What a nasty disposition! [Sam finally gets the sword out and swings it at Bugs again]