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directed by Matthew O'Callaghan; story and screenplay by Chad Fiveash, James Patrick Stoteraux and Matthew O'Callaghan where Huey, Dewey and Louie started out selfish those rascally brothers but made Christmas magic by thinking of others.
Movie transcript with snapshot pictures
DONALD DUCK (SINGING): We wish you a merry Christmas,
/ We wish you a merry Christmas, /
We wish you a merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
DEWEY: Watch out below!
HUEY: Here we come!
DEWEY: It's time!
LOUIE: Hey, wait up!
DEWEY: There they are! Told ya!
HUEY: Let's see!
LOUIE: Smells great!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Oh, no, no!
DEWEY: Smells good!
DEWEY: Oh, boy!
HUEY: Come on, Uncle Scrooge.
Give us just one little cookie.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Oh, all right, boys. You may each take one after you eat a hearty and nutritious dinner.
DAISY: Well, that was delicious. Donald, say something.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Attention, everyone. Time for dessert. I just love that.
DONALD DUCK: Cookies!
DAISY: Get off the table! Where are your manners?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: My cookies! What happened to my scrumptious silver dollar chocolate chip cookies?
DONALD DUCK: Boys! How could you?
HUEY: Hey, aren't we innocent until proven guilty?
DONALD DUCK: No! You three march right upstairs... now!
DAISY: I'm sure the cookies were delicious, Uncle Scrooge.
HUEY: They were.
DONALD DUCK: Just let me at 'em!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Don't make a big deal out of nothing.
DONALD DUCK: Let me go!
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Listen, I'll go talk to them.
LOUIE: Come in.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Boys, I want to tell you something important.
DEWEY: That you made us more cookies? Nah, that might send the wrong message.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Listen, I don't want you three to make the same selfish choices that I made when I was your age.
LOUIE: But you turned out rich.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Rich because I was selfish.
ALL THREE: We want to be rich and selfish, too.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Ach. There's more to life than just money.
HUEY: There's owning a mansion with its own zip code.
DEWEY: And having a different private jet for every day of the week.
LOUIE: And an Olympic-size swimming pool with your own submarine.
SCROOGE MCDUCK: Yes, the submarine is a highlight. But you're missing the point. The one thing that I wanted more than anything else... I never got, because I never got on Santa's good list.
DEWEY: Well, why didn't you just buy it?
SCROOGE MCDUCK: You cannot buy being on Santa's list. Now, hear me out, lads, because I'm losing my patience. It's simple. If you don't clean up your act, you don't get on Santa's list. If you're not on the list, you don't get presents. A little food for thought. Night, night, boys. Pleasant dreams.
HUEY: Easy for you to say.
LOUIE: We made the good list, right?
DEWEY: Absolutely. We've been very good this year.
HUEY: I got it, I got it!
DEWEY: Hey, Uncle Donald,
we washed your car.
DONALD DUCK: Quack! Dum dum dum da-da-dum da da da!
DEWEY: Uncle Donald, come quick!
ALL THREE: We're doomed.
LOUIE: There's no way we're on Santa's good list this year.
HUEY: I guess it's too late to change.
LOUIE: Yeah. It's Christmas Eve. So, you want to put some frogs in Uncle Donald's bed?
DEWEY: Maybe later, but first I got a great idea. We'll write our own names on Santa's list.
LOUIE: But Santa lives way up at the North Pole.
HUEY: Yeah. How are we going to get there, migrate?
DEWEY: OK, feather head, what do you think is easier cleaning up our act by tomorrow or going to the North Pole?
HUEY: No contest.
North Pole, here we come.
DEWEY: Ready? Let's roll.
LOUIE: We made it.
HUEY: Whoa. Next time, we mail ourselves first class.
It's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen.
HUEY: Look at all these elves. We're never going to get away with this.
DEWEY: We need a disguise. Let's move!
HUEY: Oh, yeah, this'll fool 'em.
ELF 1: Hey, fellow elf, can you give me a hand here?
HUEY: Yeah, right. Be right with you. Well, Dewey? How are we going to find the list in this place?
DEWEY: I'm working on it.
LOUIE: I can't see anything with this map in the way.
DEWEY: A map?
HUEY: A map?
DEWEY: Good work, Louie. Look,
it says Santa's list right here.
HUEY: It's locked.
DEWEY: Find Santa, and we find the key. Back to the map. Santa's office right next to the food court. Let's go!
LOUIE: Wait. You're going to wake him.
DEWEY: We got to be super quiet.
HUEY: Oh, yeah, super quiet.
SANTA CLAUS: Oh, check list... feed reindeer...
DEWEY: There it is.
LOUIE: Next time, we draw straws.
DEWEY: Pull up!
LOUIE: Yuck! Hey, peppermint with just a hint of mocha.
SANTA CLAUS: Oh, that's the spot.
LOUIE: I got it. Hot, hot, hot! Whoa!
Nothing can wake that guy.
SANTA CLAUS: Huh? What?
HUEY: Except that.
LOUIE:It's for you.
SANTA CLAUS: Thank you.
LOUIE: You're welcome.
SANTA CLAUS: Hello?
SANTA'S WORKSHOP ANNOUNCER: Santa! Now, don't you go back to napping. I know when you've been sleeping. I know when you're awake.
SANTA CLAUS: Is it that time already? Hey, what are they cooking in the kitchen? Smells like roast duck.
SANTA'S WORKSHOP ANNOUNCER: Now, don't dilly-dally, you hear? You better kick it up a notch.
SANTA CLAUS: Yes, yes, of course. I'll be right down.
DEWEY: Give me that. Good list, here we come. Hey, careful, buddy.
HUEY: Don't drop that key.
DEWEY: Relax. What could happen?
SANTA'S WORKSHOP ANNOUNCER: Clean up in action figures. All available, please assist. Except for you, of course, Santa.
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