Szaffi (1984) is a feature length animated movie based on a novel written by famous 19th century Hungarian author, Jókai Mór. Fun fact: Johann Strauss wrote an operetta titled The Gypsy Baron, based on the same novel - the cartoon, in turn, based its music on Strauss'. It is one of the most memorable film scores in Hungarian animation.
Temesvár, held by Ahmed pasha. When the pasha sees that all is lost, he sneaks out of the castle with his baby daughter and all his treasures, and runs to his Hungarian friend, Botsinkay Gáspár, who has a little son (the two kids are engages from birth). They bury the treasure and run - the Hungarian nobleman also has to flee since the Emperor will punish everyone who lived in friendship with the Turks. As they flee, they lose the baby in a flood. She is fished out by a kind, wise old woman.
Some quotable moments:
Knight: "Now you go after him, and stab him in the back!"
Assassin: "Oh no, no, no! I'm an intellectual. Forgery, poisoning, counterfeit money, movie reviews, but murder?! Nooo, I can't look at blood..."
Jónás flees from the dungeons dressed in a dead bear's skin, and helped by the bear's keeper, who is a Gypsy friend of his. A guard finds the discarded bear skin, and goes to report to the Knight:
Knight: "What the devil is that in your hands?"
Guard: "A bear skin, sir. As far as I can tell, it's Goliath's."
Knight: "Whaaat? And where is the bear's keeper? The Gypsy?"
Guard: "He took Goliath for a walk."
Knight: "WITHOUT HIS SKIN?!"
Guard: "Well, um, it's very hot outside, I thought..."
You can watch the movie (in Hungarian) here. It is also possible to find English subtitles for it on some subtitle websites.