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We're flying now!
What else should we wish for?
LOUIE: I'd like a small steamboat.
GENIE: Sure. You want that with or without an ocean?
HUEY: A little much?
GENIE: Just a tad.
HUEY: I know. I wish for
the world's biggest ice cream sundae.
But not too big.
GENIE: Ice cream sundae, come on down. Gotta watch out for that wind shear.
WEBBY: I'm starving.
LOUIE: That's cos it's getting late.
HUEY: Betcha Uncle Scrooge'll wonder why we missed dinner.
LOUIE: Maybe we should go now.
ALL CHILDREN: Nah.
MRS BEAKLEY: Oh, dear. No sign of them yet. Should I call the police?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Aye, to hold me back when those rascals finally get home. They'll be grounded for a month. No video games, no television and no more friends spending the night.
ALL CHILDREN: We're back.
MRS BEAKLEY: Children, I think your uncle has something to say to you.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Aye. Welcome home. Can I get you and Gene anything? Cookies? Milk? Ice cream?
LOUIE: No, thanks. We're kind of full.
WEBBY: And sleepy.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: That's because it's past your bedtime. Scoot along, my wee ones.
ALL CHILDREN: Good night, Uncle Scrooge.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Sleep tight.
DUCKWORTH: That's telling them, sir.
GENIE: So this is how it feels to be one of the guys.
It's all I've ever wished for.
HUEY: How many wishes do we have left?
LOUIE: Just my last one. And Webby's.
DEWEY: We'd better make sure they're special.
GENIE: It's him! Hide me! Hurry! Chase him away!
HUEY: But it's just an old owl.
GENIE: An owl?
DEWEY: He comes around here every night.
GENIE: I thought it was my meanest master, the one Collie Baba stole the lamp from.
HUEY: Your master was a bird?
GENIE: He could change into anything. He's an evil sorcerer.
DEWEY: But he can't still be alive.
LOUIE: He'd be ancient.
HUEY: Yeah. Older than Uncle Scrooge even.
GENIE: Except his first wish was to live for ever.
HUEY: Good wisher.
GENIE: No. Bad wisher. You don't know. He made me do the worst things.
DEWEY: Like what?
GENIE: Do you ever hear of Atlantis? It was everybody's favourite resort until Merlock couldn't get reservations. Then down she went. And poor Pompeii. Mount Vesuvius would have never blown its top if Merlock hadn't blown his.
LOUIE: But what are you worried about? He used up his wishes.
GENIE: That's just it. Merlock has unlimited wishes because he has a magic talisman. It's what gives him all his powers. And when he puts it on the lamp,
he gets as many wishes as he wants.
Now do you see why I'm a little jumpy?
LOUIE: Maybe we should wish for the talisman. GENIE: That's the one wish I can't do. You'd have to steal it from him yourself, and good luck. LOUIE: Don't worry about that mean old master now.
DEWEY: He has no idea you're with us. And that's the way it's gonna stay.
DIJON: There it is. You can drop me off anywhere along here. But not there. That's going to leave a nasty mark.
MERLOCK: Are you certain this is where Scrooge lives?
DIJON: This time I'm very sure. I think.
MERLOCK: Then we begin our search.
DIJON: In light? But I am not a popular favourite in that house. Scrooge find me, he kill me.
MERLOCK: Then stay behind if you wish. I'll try very hard to remember you at reward time. HUEY: There's the robber.
DEWEY: Catch him!
GENIE: Come on, rug, giddy-up! Gid-up! Upsie-daisy!
LOUIE: Reach for the chandelier!
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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