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Lady and the Tramp 7 What a dog

LADY: My license? But what's wrong with it? PEG: There ain't nothin' wrong with it, dearie. BORIS: Confidential. Is not one dog here would not give left hind leg for such a knick-knack. PEG: That's your passport to freedom, honey. Without it... TOUGHY: Hey. youse guys, look. Poor Nutsy is takin' the long walk. LADY: Where is he taking him? TOUGHY: Through the one-way door, sister. LADY: You, you mean he's... BULLDOG: Oh, oh, well, a short life and a merry one. TOUGHY: Yep, that's what the Tramp always says. LADY: The Tramp? BULLDOG: There now, there's a bloke what never gets caught. TOUGHY: He's given the slip to every dog catcher in this burg. PEG: You won't believe this, dearie, but no matter how tight a jam he's in... that Tramp always finds some way out. LADY: I can quite easily believe that. BORIS: Ah, but remember, my friends. Even Tramp has his Achilles heel. PEDRO: Pardon me, amigo. What is this chili deal? BORIS: Achilles heel, Pedro. This is meaning his, uh, weaknesses. TOUGHY: Oh! Oh, the dames. Yeah. BULLDOG: He has an eye for a well-turned paw, he has. Let's see, there's been Lulu... TOUGHY: Yeah, and Trixie... DACHSIE: Und Fifi...


 
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PEDRO: And my sister, Rosita Chiquita Juanita Chihuahua. I think. PEG: What a dog! TOUGHY: Yeah! Tell us about it, Peg. BULLDOG: Peg used to be in the Dog and Pony Follies. PEG: He's a Tramp BORIS: Ah, but some day he is meeting someone different... some delicate, fragile creature... who is giving him a wish to shelter and protect. BULLDOG: Like Miss Park Avenue here, eh, matey? BORIS: Mmm, could be. But when he does... PEG: Yeah, I'm way ahead of ya. Under the spell of true love... BULLDOG: The poor chump grows careless. BORIS: The Cossacks are picking him up. TOUGHY: And it's curtains for the Tramp. DOGCATCHER: It's the little cocker, Bill, in number four. BILL: Okay. All right, baby, they've come to take you home. You're too nice a girl to be in this place. JOCK: Courage, man. Courage. TRUSTY: But I've never even considered matrimony. JOCK: Nor I, but no matter which of us she accepts... we'll always be the best of friends. Now remember, not a word about her unfortunate experience. You don't want to hurt her feelings. TRUSTY: Ah, yeah, yeah, yeah. JOCK: Lassie. TRUSTY: Miss Lady, ma'am. LADY: Please, I don't want to see anybody. JOCK: Now, now, lassie, Do not feel that way about it. TRUSTY: Of course not, Miss Lady. Why, some of the finest people I ever tracked down were jail birds. JOCK: Quiet, you great loony! Uh, please, lassie, uh, we've come... with a proposition for helping' ya. LADY: Help me? What do you mean? JOCK: Well, now, you see, lassie... neither of us is as young as we used to be. TRUSTY: But we're still in the prime of life. JOCK: Aye, and we've both got very comfortable homes. TRUSTY: That's right. Where we know you'll be welcome and appreciated, Miss Lady. JOCK: So, so to come directly to the point... TRUSTY: If you could, uh, find it possible... to, uh, to, uh, to, uh... LADY: You're both very kind, and I do appreciate it, but... TRAMP: Oh, Pigeon! Oh, Pige... Oh! Hi, boys. Anything new in the kennel club set? Little something I picked up for ya, Pige. Looks like I'm the one that's in the doghouse. TRUSTY: If this person is annoyin' you, Miss Lady... JOCK: We'll gladly throw the rascal out! LADY: That won't be necessary. Thank you. TRUSTY: Very well, ma'am. JOCK: You, you mongrel! TRAMP: Ah, come on, Pige. It wasn't my fault. I thought you were right behind me. Honest! When I heard they'd taken you to the pound... LADY: Oh! Don't even mention that horrible place. I was so embarrassed and, and frightened. TRAMP: Oh, now, now, now. Who could ever harm a cute little trick like you? LADY: Trick? Trick! That reminds me. Who is Trixie? TRAMP: Trixie? LADY: And Lulu? And Fifi? And Rosita Chiquita ww-whatever her name is? TRAMP: Chiquita ch-chOh! Oh, yes, well, I can explain... LADY: As far as I'm concerned, you needn't worry about your old heel. TRAMP: My heel? LADY: I don't need you to shelter and protect me. TRAMP: Yes, but, but, but... LADY: If you grow careless, don't blame me. And I don't care if the Cossacks do pick up you. Goodbye! And take this with you! AUNT SARAH: Stop that! Hush now! Hush! Stop that racket! TRAMP: What's wrong, Pige? LADY: A rat! TRAMP: Where? LADY: Upstairs, in the baby's room. TRAMP: How do I get in? LADY: The little door on the porch.

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Peg used to be in the Dog and Pony Follies
Peg used to be in the Dog and Pony Follies
  We'll gladly throw the rascal out
We'll gladly throw the rascal out
 
What's wrong, Pige? A rat!
What's wrong, Pige? A rat!
  Lady and the Tramp part 7 picture
Lady and the Tramp part 7 picture