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I believe they
want to ask what happened with the treasure.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: None of your business. Whenever I get my mind off the treasure, the press presses me about it again.
I have some news to cheer you up.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: What's that?
MRS FEATHERBY: You've finally received your invitation to the Archaeological Society ball.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I cannot face those old fossils again. Every year I tell them "I'll find Collie Baba's treasure." And every year I come back empty-handed.
MRS FEATHERBY: But you did have it for a little while.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Does everyone have to remind me?
MRS FEATHERBY: Sorry.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: I can't work, Mrs Featherby. I'm going home.
MRS BEAKLEY: But what about your lunch?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Sell it.
MRS BEAKLEY: Here's the polish, Webbigail.
WEBBY: Thanks, Grammy. As soon as I'm done polishing my teapot, we can have a tea party with my dollies.
HUEY: Thanks for the warning.
DUCKWORTH: Excuse me, ma'am. But I've been summoned to pick up Mr McDuck. Apparently, he's having another one of his chipper days.
MRS BEAKLEY: Oh, dear.
HUEY: Maybe we'd better play outside today.
WEBBY: It shook. See?
HUEY: Well, there's nothing in it.
DEWEY: What is it, a Mexican jumping lamp?
GENIE: Wonder of wonders! I'm free at last. Shabooey!
It's a genie, isn't it?
DEWEY: It's not the tooth fairy.
LOUIE: What the?
GENIE: Who are you? Where's Collie Baba? Did Rome fall yet?
We rubbed the lamp.
We're sorry if we did anything bad.
GENIE: My new masters. I am eternally grateful. Finally, there's room to stretch. My foot's been asleep for six centuries. Cool kasbah. Mind if I look around? Cold food closet. Where do you hang the chicken? Don't tell me. A rug beater?
HUEY: Egg beater.
GENIE: Yes, I see. Back, you foul eggs. Back I say. Shabooey, it's alive!
HUEY: Wait! Come back!
LOUIE: Where'd he go?
DEWEY: What do you know?
GENIE: Las Vegas must be some place if Caesar moved his palace there.
LOUIE: What are you doing?
GENIE: Catching up on the 20th century.
HUEY: You read the whole encyclopaedia?
GENIE: From cover to cover to cover to cover to... What's this? A baseball? A bowling ball? Cinderella's ball?
it's a globe of the earth.
GENIE: Get back. The earth isn't flat? I must have missed that part.
LOUIE: He has been in that lamp a long time.
GENIE: I gotta check this out.
HUEY: Wait a second. What about our wishes?
GENIE: Wishes? Do I look like a birthday cake?
LOUIE: Come on, you can't fool us.
DEWEY: A genie's supposed to grant wishes.
WEBBY: Yeah, three wishes for every master.
GENIE: Darn. Everybody remembers that part.
HUEY: How does it work?
LOUIE: How does it work?
GENIE: OK! First you have to hold the lamp. Then say "I wish."
GENIE: Then wish for something.
DEWEY: That's all? Jeepers. It's even user-friendly.
LOUIE: I know the first wish. I'm going to wish for a million wishes.
GENIE: Get serious. That never works.
HUEY: I guess one of us oughta wish for peace and happiness all over the world.
GENIE: These are wishes, not miracles.
WEBBY: What if we wish for a pet?
GENIE: That's more like it.
WEBBY: I know what I've always wanted. I wish for a baby elephant.
GENIE: Oh, no! Please. Shabooey! Now look what you've gone and done.
WEBBY: What's wrong? She's cute.
GENIE: And big. Big wishes spell big trouble. The bigger the wish, the bigger the trouble.
LOUIE: He's right. One look at that and Uncle Scrooge'll want to know what's up.
GENIE: Everyone who sees it will, and they'll all be fighting over me, and the wishes'll get out of control and I'll be buried for another 1,000 years.
LOUIE: Ah, jeepers. I hadn't thought of that.
GENIE: So, please, make small wishes.
HUEY: It's our nanny.
LOUIE: Hurry. Hide the elephant.
DEWEY: Like where?
GENIE: Shabooey! I'm in trouble already.
DEWEY: We all are.
MRS BEAKLEY: Elephant! Pink! Hurry!
WEBBY: Down, girl! Please!
HUEY: Here, Louie, you wish Pinky away.
LOUIE: I'm not wasting one of my wishes. You do it.
HUEY: No way.
GENIE: Will somebody do something?
HUEY: Here. I wish Webby never made her stupid wish.
LOUIE: Let's get outta here before anybody sees Genie.
MRS BEAKLEY: In here, Mr McDuck. It's gone.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Mrs Beakley, is this a ploy to get some vacation time?
MRS BEAKLEY: It was here. Honest.
An elephant wearing a big pink bow.
You think I'm crazy, don't you?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Maybe not.
LOUIE: I think he saw us.
DEWEY: Quick. Get back in the lamp.
GENIE: Not the lamp. The dog house, a madhouse, even a house of pancakes. Anywhere but the lamp.
HUEY: In here.
ALL BOYS: Hello, Uncle Scrooge.
WEBBY: Hello, Uncle Scrooge.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Don't you "hello" me. What kind of trick are you kids playing on Mrs Beakley?
DEWEY: Who, us?
WEBBY: Not us, Uncle Scrooge.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Then what's going on?
HUEY: Not much. Nope, not a thing.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: What was that?
DEWEY: The crash in the closet?
LOUIE: We didn't hear it.
GENIE: Give me five. Get down, get bad, get real, get a haircut.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Who is this?
DEWEY: G... Er... Gene.
LOUIE: Yeah, G.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: You're new around here?
GENIE: Kinda. I pop up every now and then.
HUEY: He just came over to visit. For the night.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: The night? You mean, sleep over?
HUEY: Yeah. Can he? DEWEY: Please.
LOUIE: We'll be good Junior Woodchucks.
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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