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DIJON: Maybe one of the children might be wanting to hold the torch.
ALL CHILDREN: Look out!
DIJON: Do not be fearing. Dijon shall trip the trap. You see? Is there a doctor in the pyramid?
LAUNCHPAD: Gangway. Coming through.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Jump-start my heart!
HUEY: The treasure!
DEWEY: Race you to the rubies.
LAUNCHPAD: Look at those nuggets.
HUEY: Come on, Dijon!
LOUIE: Look at all that gold.
Collie Baba, you old dog, I've finally found it.
HUEY: Look at this.
DEWEY: What an eyeful.
LAUNCHPAD: What a mouthful.
DIJON: The money, the rubies, the diamonds. The lamp!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Pinch me, I'm in heaven.
LOUIE: I'll get it. Uncle Scrooge.
DIJON: Sumo-wrestling scorpions.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Don't worry. We're safe up here. Dijon!
DIJON: What? I am not touching a thing. I am clean, innocent, like a little baby goat.
Go get the sacks.
DIJON: Sacks? Oh, yes, sacks. Right away. Anything you say, sir, I do for you.
Where you going to keep all this treasure?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I won't keep it all. Most of these artefacts will go to museums.
LOUIE: That doesn't sound like Uncle Scrooge.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: That way I enjoy a hefty tax break.
HUEY: That does.
WEBBY: Looky. Looky. A teapot.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Just an old oil lamp. Hardly worth taking.
WEBBY: May I have it, Uncle Scrooge? I can use it for my tea set.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Well...
WEBBY: Course, this is pretty too.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Here. Don't say your Uncle Scrooge never gave you anything.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: That's the last of it.
HUEY: You think you can carry it, Launchpad?
LAUNCHPAD: No problemo.
DIJON: Don't lose it.
LAUNCHPAD: Thanks, Dijon.
DIJON: Here, I can handle it.
MERLOCK: Allow me.
DEWEY: Who's that guy?
MERLOCK: Just another tour guide. Let me light your path.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I smell a couple of desert rats.
LOUIE: Uncle Scrooge! Hurry!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: You thieving dogs! I've spent my life searching for that treasure.
MERLOCK: Poor fool. Too bad you will not live to know the real treasure you have found. Farewell.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I knew that weasel's prices were too good to be true.
DEWEY: What are we gonna do?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Cut the ropes, lads. Hurry, Louie.
WEBBY: Get away! Shoo!
LAUNCHPAD: It's turtle time. Forward, ho! Reverse, ho!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: If you don't stop crashing, I'll give you the heave-ho.
HUEY: Do you hear something?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Quick,
let's turn this over and make a boat.
WEBBY: Hurry, Uncle Scrooge.
HUEY: Here, Webby, you take this. Come on!
DIJON: It's here, master. I saw it. Wait till you see it. You will be pleased as pop.
MERLOCK: Well? Where is it?
DIJON: I do not understand. It must be here.
MERLOCK: You have it, don't you? Where is the lamp?
DIJON: They must have it. They must. Those dirty thieves. And such sweet children. I ask you, what is the world coming to?
You let them steal it from you, you pathetic pickpocket.
DIJON: Don't worry. I will help get it back. No trouble, you bet, here I come. Yes, right behind you. I mean, don't wait, Dijon is on the way. Mamma!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I'd sure like to know where this leads.
HUEY: I'm not so sure you do.
DEWEY: Boy, are we in trouble.
LAUNCHPAD: Either the water is getting higher or the roof is getting lower.
DEWEY: What a ride.
LOUIE: Yeah. I wouldn't mind doing it again. Now that I know you can live through it.
LAUNCHPAD: At least we're all OK.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Speak for yourself. I just lost the treasure of the century.
WEBBY: Here, Uncle Scrooge. You can have this back if it'll make you feel better.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: That's all right, dear. It took me 40 years to find that treasure and I plan to get it back, even if it takes another 40.
DIJON: Hello? Merlock? Scrooge? Where is everybody?
MERLOCK: They have vanished.
DIJON: But how?
MERLOCK: With the lamp, you fool. And you will help me get it back, or their sting will seem like a tickle compared with mine.
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DuckTales the Movie Treasure of the Lost Lamp part 1
2 going to keep all
3 have some news
4 should we wish
5 playing tea party
6 for your fortune
7 like old times
8 I'll be back for you