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The Great Mouse Detective | 4

Full Quotes PROFESSOR RATIGAN: It was my fond hope to stay and witness your final scene, but you were 15 minutes late, and I do have an important engagement at Buckingham Palace. Now, you will remember to smile for the camera, won't you? Say, cheese. DAVID DAWSON: You fiend! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Sorry, chubby. You should' your friends more carefully. Adieu, auf wiedersehen, arrivederci, farewell. Bye, bye, Basil. DAVID DAWSON: What did he mean, an engagement at Buckingham Palace? BASIL: Haven't you figured it out yet, doctor? The queen's in danger, and the Empire's doomed. DAVID DAWSON: The queen? GUARD: Over here. Come on. Over here. THE MOUSE QUEEN: Hmm. Come in. GUARD: Begging Your Majesty's pardon. A present has arrived in honor of your jubilee. THE MOUSE QUEEN: A present? Oh, how wonderful! I just adore jubilees. FIDGET: Here you are, sweetheart.
THE MOUSE QUEEN: Have you been with us long? To our beloved queen, this gift we send as her 60 year reign comes to an end? How extraordinary! Goodness gracious! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Amazing likeness, isn't it, Your Majesty? THE MOUSE QUEEN: Professor Ratigan! Guards! Seize this despicable creature! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Guards, seize this... Despicable creature! THE MOUSE QUEEN: Oh, how dare you! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Take her away. THE MOUSE QUEEN: Let go of me, you ruffians! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Move along, honey! THE MOUSE QUEEN: You fiends! Traitors! DAVID DAWSON: Basil? Basil! BASIL: Oh, how could I have been so blind? DAVID DAWSON: We all make mistakes. We can't let that stop us. We have to. BASIL: Ratigan's proved he's more clever than I. He would never have walked into such an obvious trap. DAVID DAWSON: Oh, pull yourself together! You can stop that villain! BASIL: Why. DAVID DAWSON: Basil! The record! BASIL: Oh, it's finally happened. I've been outwitted. DAVID DAWSON: Basil, please! BASIL: Beaten! Duped! Made a fool of! Oh, ridiculed! Belittled! DAVID DAWSON: That's enough! Dash it all, Basil! The queen's in danger. Olivia's counting on us. We're about to be splattered, and all you can do is feel sorry for yourself. Well, I know you can save us. But if you've given up, then set it off now and be done with it. BASIL: Yes. We… We'll set the trap off now! DAVID DAWSON: Basil! Wait! I didn't mean that we ought. BASIL: Angle of the trajectory, multiplied by the square root of an isosceles triangle, dividing Guttermeg's principle of opposing forces in motion, and adjusting for the difference in equilibrium... Dawson, at the exact moment I tell you, we must release the triggering mechanism. DAVID DAWSON: What? BASIL: Get ready, Dawson. Steady. Now! Thank you, Dawson. Smile everyone! DOLL THE MOUSE QUEEN: On this most august occasion, we are gathered here not only to commemorate my 60 years as queen, but to honor one... HIRAM FLAVERSHAM: Of truly noble stature. I present to you a statesman among mice. A gifted leader... A crusader for justice... FIDGET: Over here, fatty. You're a ton, toots. Here kitty, kitty. DOLL THE MOUSE QUEEN: Time for mouse chow. A majestic mountain of humility, and my new royal consort, Professor Ratigan. BASIL: Toby! The game's afoot, Toby. Our queen is in mortal danger. To Buckingham Palace! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Thank you, Your Majesty. And now, as your new royal consort, I have a few slight suggestions. Item one… THE MOUSE QUEEN: Stop it! FIDGET: Open wide. Bye-bye. Down, kitty! Down! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Item 96… A heavy tax shall be levied against all parasites and sponges, such as the elderly, the infirm, and especia CITIZEN: That's ridiculous. You're insane. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Perhaps I haven't made myself clear. I have the power! DOLL: Of course you do. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: I am supreme. DOLL: Only you. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: This is my kingdom! That is, of course, with Your Highness' Permission. Most assuredly, you insidious fiend. DOLL: What? You're not my royal consort. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: What a sense of humor. DOLL: You're a cheap fraud and impostor. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Flaversham! DOLL: A corrupt, vicious, demented, low-life scoundrel. BASIL: There's no evil scheme you wouldn't concoct. No depravity you wouldn't commit. You, professor, are none other than a foul, stenchus rodentus, commonly known as a. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Don't say it! BASIL: Sewer rat! Arrest that fiend! FIDGET: The girl! The girl! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Stay where you are, or the girl dies! BASIL: Hurry, Dawson! There he goes! Dawson! Flaversham! Gather up those balloons. OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Just wait! Basil's smarter than you! He's going to put you in jail. He's not afraid of a big old, ugly rat like you. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Would you kindly sit down and shut up! BASIL: Let her go, chaps! FIDGET: We have to lighten the load. PROFESSOR RATIGAN: Oh, you want to lighten the load? Excellent idea. FIDGET: No! Not me! I can't fly! I can't fly! BASIL: Steady! OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Basil, look out! BASIL: Closer, Dawson! Closer! OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Daddy, I can't reach! I can't reach! DAVID DAWSON Basil! Over here! PROFESSOR RATIGAN: There's no escape this time, Basil! I've won! BASIL: On the contrary! The game's not over yet! OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Oh! Hooray! Hooray! It's Basil! Good fellow! Jolly good! DAVID DAWSON: To be thanked by the queen herself. Oh, how very thrilling. Hey, Basil? BASIL: All in a day's work, doctor. OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Oh, Dr. Dawson, you were wonderful. HIRAM FLAVERSHAM: Indeed. Oh, my, we're late to catch our train. Come along, Olivia. OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Yes, Father. Goodbye, Basil. I'll never forget you. BASIL: Nor I you, Miss Miss Flangerhanger. DAVID DAWSON: Whatever. OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Goodbye, Dr. Dawson. DAVID DAWSON: Goodbye, my dear. OLIVIA FLAVERSHAM: Goodbye. BASIL: Well, not a bad little girl, actually. DAVID DAWSON: Not at all. Well, it's time I was on my way, too. BASIL: But I thought. DAVID DAWSON: Well, the case is over. Perhaps it's... Well, perhaps it's best I found my own living quarters. BASIL: But. Now who can that be? LADY MOUSE: Is this the home of the famous Basil of Baker Street? DAVID DAWSON: Indeed it is, miss. You look as if you're in some trouble. LADY MOUSE: Oh, I am! I am! DAVID DAWSON: Then, you've come to precisely the right place. BASIL: Allow me to introduce my trusted associate, Dr. Dawson, with whom I do all my cases. Isn't that right, doctor? DAVID DAWSON: Wha. What? Yes, yes! By all means. BASIL: As you can see, this young lady has just arrived from the Hampstead District, and is troubled about the disappearance of an emerald ring, missing from the third finger of her right hand. Now, tell me your story, and pray, be precise. DAVID DAWSON: From that time on, Basil and I were a close team and over the years, we had But I shall always look back on that first with the most fondness. My introduction to Basil of Baker Street, the great mouse detective.
The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
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