1955 film by Chuck Jones
Knight-mare Hare is a 1955 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies theatrical cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and written by Tedd Pierce and starring Bugs Bunny. In the short, an apple falls on Bugs' head, transporting him back to King Arthur's England.
- Eh, what's up, Duke?
- Well, why not? After all, they've laughed at the man when he discovered penicillin.
- Sir O of K: Surrender, varlet. Thou art the prisoner of me lance.
- Bugs Bunny: I art? And whomsoever art thou, in thy cast-iron tuxedo?
- Sir O of K: I, knave, am Sir O of K, Earl of Watercress, Sir Osis of the Liver, Knight of the Garter, and Baron of Wooster-cester-shister-shyster-schuster-shuster-shister-shire... shire.
- Bugs Bunny: My, he's a big one! Hey, look, pressure cooker. I bet you know a lot of my friends. Ooh! Like, uh, Duke of Ellington, Count of Basie, Earl of Hines, Cab of Calloway, Satchmo of Armstrong.
- Sir O of K: Upstarts and rogues. Never heard of them.
- Bugs Bunny: Rogues, eh? Upstarts, eh? Look, Sir Rup of Figs, don't go around insulting my friends, or I shall get me a can opener and open thee up like a can of solid pack tomatoes.
- Sir O of K: What? Wouldst tilt with me?
- Bugs Bunny: Tilt with thee I will, and I won't wilt. Just lend me a weapon, that's all. That's all.
- Sir O of K: Very well, thou stupid scoundrel. Prepare to meet thy fate.