The Rescuers Down Under (1990)watch the 29th movie in Disney Animated Classics series, in which The Rescue Aid Society agents race to Australia; was the first traditionally-animated film to completely use computerized process. is a sequel to the 1977 animated film The Rescuers. Bianca and Bernard, go to save a boy and a rare golden eagle from a murderous poacher. The movie uses CGI elements throughout such as the field of flowers in the opening sequence, McLeach's truck, and perspective shots of Wilbur flying above Sydney Opera House and New York City.
Full script with picturesRADIO ANNOUNCER: Thundershowers are expected in the Crocodile Falls area and some of the surrounding gullies. MOTHER: Cody! CODY: Yeah, Mom? MOTHER:What about your breakfast?
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CODY: I've got some sandwiches in my pack.
MOTHER: Be home for supper.
CODY: No worries, Mom. I know! I'm coming. Hustle up, Nelson. Faloo is sounding the call! Come on, little wombats! Hurry! Who's caught this time?
FALOO: You don't know her, Cody. Her name is Marahute, the great golden eagle.
CODY: Where is she?
FALOO: She's caught, high on a cliff in a poacher's trap. You're the only one who can reach her.
CODY: I'll get her loose.
FALOO: Righto! Hop on! No time to lose. She's up on top of that ridge. Be careful, little friend.
CODY: Marahute! Calm down,
calm down, I'm not gonna hurt you.
That's a girl. Stay still. It's okay. Whoa! Wait! I'm gonna help you! Easy, easy! You're free! No! Higher! Whoa! Whoa! Wow! You're a mom! They're very warm. Are they gonna hatch soon? Where's the daddy eagle? Oh. My dad's gone too. Hey, little fella, what happened to you?
MOUSE: Oh, no! Get away! Get away! It's a trap! It's a trap! Be careful! No! Don't worry, I'll get you lose.
MCLEACH: Whoa! Got one!
MOUSE: Are you all right?
CODY: Yeah, I think so.
CODY: Wait! Hey, come back!
MOUSE: Here you go. Grab on.
CODY: That's great! Just a little more, a little further.
MCLEACH: There, I got it! Yikes! Well, Joanna, what'd we get today? A dingo, a fat old razorback or a nice big boy? Joanna, you been diggin' holes out here again? Dumb lizards. Always tryin' to bury squirrels out here.
CODY: It's a trap, and poachin's against the law.
MCLEACH: Trap? Where'd you get an idea like that, boy? I think you've been down in that hole for too long. Well, come on, grab a hold. We'll get you out of this little old lizard hole, and you can just run along home.
CODY: This is a poacher's trap, and you're a poacher!
MCLEACH: Let go!
CODY: Hey, get off of me!
MCLEACH: I'm gonna kill her. I'm gonna kill that dumb, slimy egg-suckin' salamander!
CODY: Cut it out! Get off!
MCLEACH: Good girl, Joanna. Say, where'd you get this pretty feather, boy?
CODY: It was a present.
MCLEACH: Oh, that's real nice. Who gave it to you?
CODY: It's a secret.
MCLEACH: That's no secret, boy. You see, I already got the father. Now you just tell me where Mama and those little eggs are.
MCLEACH: Joanna, sic him! You're comin' with me, boy.
CODY: My mom will call the Rangers!
MCLEACH: Oh, no! Not the Rangers! What'll I do? What'll I do? Don't let your ma call the Rangers, please! My poor baby boy got eaten by the crocodiles! Let's go, boy.
CODY: Help! Help! Help, help, help!
MOUSE: Send for help! McLeach took a boy! He took a little boy! Send for help!
RADIO ANNOUNCER: A code red! A code red!
Attention all Rescue Aid Society delegates!
All delegates please report immediately to the main assembly hall! This is an emergency meeting! I repeat, this is a code red emergency meeting!
CHAIRMAN: Order! Order! Yes, yes, I know it's late, but I'm Oh, really! Pajamas! Hello, hello, Frank. How are you? Nice to see you. And, Esmeralda, there you are. All right, quiet now, please. Everyone pay attention. There has been a kidnapping in Australia! A young boy needs our help. This is a mission requiring our very finest. And I know we are all thinking of the same two mice. What's this? Gone? We must find Bernard and Miss Bianca at once!
MISS BIANCA: To my dear Bernard and our wonderful partnership.
BERNARD: Uh, yeah, yeah. Wonderful.
MISS BIANCA: You've been very quiet this evening. Is there something on your mind?
BERNARD: Well, um, actually, I, uh I was wondering
MISS BIANCA: Yes, darling?
BERNARD: Miss Bianca, would you excuse me for a minute?
FRANCOIS: Pardonnez-moi, Mademoiselle Bianca. I have important news.
MISS BIANCA: Yes, Francois? What is it?
FRANCOIS: You and Bernard have been asked to accept a dangerous mission to Australia.
MISS BIANCA: Oh, the poor boy. This is dreadful. Now where is Bernard? I must tell him at once.
FRANCOIS: Allow me, madam. I will tell him immediately.
BERNARD: Miss Bianca, will you marry me?
FRANCOIS: Quickly, Monsieur Bernard! I must speak with you.
BERNARD: Miss Bianca, will you please marry me? Not now, Francois! I'm busy!
FRANCOIS: No, no, no, no, monsieur! You don't...
MISS BIANCA: Bernard, did you talk to Francois?
Characters with description, picture, actor (actress) voice
Bernard, a male grey mouse, the United States representative of the Rescue Aid Society (Bob Newhart)
Cody, a young boy able to converse with most animals (Adam Ryen)
Miss Bianca, a female white mouse (Eva Gabor)
Wilbur, a comical albatross (John Candy)
Percival C. McLeach, a local poacher (George C. Scott)
Marahute, a giant Haast's Eagle (Frank Welker)
Chairmouse, the chairman of the Rescue Aid Society (Bernard Fox)
Faloo, a female red kangaroo (Carla Meyer)
Main crewDirected by Hendel Butoy, Mike Gabriel; produced by Thomas Schumacher; animation screenplay by Jim Cox, Karey Kirkpatrick, Byron Simpson, Joe Ranft; music by Bruce Broughton; edited by Michael Kelly.
ProductionThe Rescuers Down Under was the first animated film for which the entire final film elements were assembled and completed within a digital environment. The film was the second released during the Disney Renaissance (1989–1999) era, which had begun the year prior with The Little Mermaid (1989)
Soundtracks"Black Slacks", "Waltzing Matilda"
TriviaA third Rescuers movie was planned for 1996, but after the death of Eva Gabor, this and all future Rescuers movies were scrapped.
When Joanna tries to bite into the "eagle eggs" the first time, she very briefly has three pairs of eyes when her head comes down.
In the original Rescuers film, the albatross Orville was voiced by Jim Jordan.
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The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
2 need a flight to Australia
3 give you eagle eggs
4 rarest bird in the world