Pop Goes the Easel (1935)
Larry: [after Moe has whistled for he and Curley to come to his side] What's the matter?
Moe: How do you spell "chrysanthemum"?
Larry: [thinks for a moment, looking confused]
Moe: Oh, ignorant, eh?
[slaps Larry, turns to Curley]
Moe: How do you spell it?
Curley: [very quickly] C-h-r-y-s-a-n-t-h-e-m-u-m.
Moe: [pause] Why weren't you here a minute ago?
Curley: [looking up, after Moe has instructed an art student to pose as if she was looking at a group of grouse flying overhead] I don't see any grouse.
Moe: [kicks Curley] See any now?
Moe: [kicks Curley again] See any now?
Moe: [hits Curley on the top of the head]
Curley: Ah, look at the grouse!
[the remaining stooges look up]
French Art Student: Gentlemen
[Moe, Larry, and Curly turn around to look for the gentlemen]
French Art Student: I am an artiste!
Larry: I am an artiste too!
Curley: Oh, a pair of drawers, nyuk, nyuk, nyuk, nyuk.
Professor Fuller: Boys, to become great artists, you must start from the bottom up.
Professor Fuller: So you may begin by painting this floor.
Larry: [pointing at Curly] Say, if he thinks I'm gonna paint this floor, I hope you drop dead.
Curley: Mister, I haven't tasted food in three days.
Man Curly Asks for a Meal: Well I wouldn't worry about it, it still tastes the same.