Tex Avery made several cartoons involving noise and escaping it so someone doesn’t hear it. There’s Rock-a-bye Bear, Deputy Droopy and, in a variation on the theme, The Legend of Rock-a-bye Point. All of them zip along with one gag flowing into the next.
Here’s one from Rock-a-bye Bear. The conniving little dog gets Spike caught in a dining room table. He puts a stick of dynamite on Spike’s tongue. Anyone who knows the format of these cartoons can figure out what happens next. But Tex twists things by adding a piece of action after the tongue zooms back into the house and Spike’s mouth. The tongue slaps Spike across the face.
Both Rich Hogan and Heck Allen get story credits in this 1952 release. As far as I know, Hogan left MGM when Avery took some time off around May 1950 and was replaced by Dick Lundy. So it could be that the story stage of the cartoon was started before Avery left and completed when he came back.