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adaption of popular Saturday morning kids cartoon series where in the town of Bluffington, a twelve-year-old boy, Doug Funnie, the main character of the movie, with Skeeter, his best pal, discover a monster that lives in the toxically polluted Lucky Duck Lake. At first, the two boys are scared, but later on, they find him to be nice and name him Herman Melville. In the midst of all this, the school dance is coming up and Doug has to compete with a snobby upperclassman named Guy Grahamor for the attentions of Patti Mayonnaise. With the aide of Mayor Tippi Dink, Doug and Skeeter do what they can to save the monster from Bluff's armed men, all while Doug tries to win back Patti at the same time.

Intro lines

NED: Oh man!
BOOMER: I'm freezing!
WILLIE: Say Rog, do you really think this is such a good day to go fishing?
ROGER KLOTZ: Maybe you guys would rather go home and cut Valentines out of construction paper and doilies?
BOOMER: Well yeah!
NED: Sounds enjoyable Rog!
WILLIE: I'll make hot chocolate!
 
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Movie transcript with snapshot pictures part 1

ROGER KLOTZ: Let's go over this one more time. We're not here for fish you goons. We're here to bag a couple of losers! Oh can it, here they come! DOUG FUNNIE: 145 hours, 38 min. SKEETER: You're not counting down to that Valentines dance again, are you man? DOUG FUNNIE: No! Yes. ROGER KLOTZ: Hey! Are you dufuses still hunting for that lake monsterstill hunting for that lake monster? DOUG FUNNIE: Yes! Except for the part about being dufuses. SKEETER: When Doug and I get our monster picture Roger, you'll see! ROGER KLOTZ: Hey, I know where you can find a whole bunch of monster pictures! DOUG AND SKEETER: Huh? ROGER KLOTZ: You're family album! BOOMER: Good one! NED: Family album. WILLIE: I don't get it. SKEETER: Go ahead and laugh Roger, we're gonna find that monster! ROGER KLOTZ: He, he, he, sooner than you think! BOOMER: Hey, what are we all nudging each other for? ROGER KLOTZ: You're pushing my buttons, Bledsoe. Let's get going. Move it, move it. DOUG FUNNIE: I wonder if I need some new shoes. SKEETER: Yeah, something fast, in case we get chased by that monster. DOUG FUNNIE: No, for the dance. SKEETER: Oh, whoops, what the... We better leave the bikes here. DOUG FUNNIE: I guess I could wear these ones. I don't want to look too: Hey I'm wearing new shoes! at least not... SKEETER: Shhhhh! You hear that? DOUG FUNNIE: Yeah, I'll go this way, you go that way. SKEETER: OK. ROGER KLOTZ: Spread out! BOOMER: Gee Roger, don't you think this is kinda mean? ROGER KLOTZ: How many times do I gotta explain that it's unhealthy for me to bottle up my natural child like spontaneity. Do you want me to get an ulcer? NED: A dude's gotta keep his chi flowin' man. ROGER KLOTZ: Exactly. You want to stay healthy, you gotta keep in balance with naturestay healthy, you gotta keep in balance with nature. Now let's go scare the who-ha out of blue boy. DOUG FUNNIE: Hold it monster. You're not going anywhere. ROGER KLOTZ: Yeah? Who's gonna stop us Funnie? DOUG FUNNIE: Man! SKEETER: Hmmm, never been here before. What a mess. Whoa! Camera. Oh man where it? It's in here somewhere. Huh? ROGER KLOTZ: Oh, my eyes! SKEETER: Very funny you guys, hardy har, oh very believable too, did you rent it or did you make it your self. Well you had your fun now you can go home. Roger? ROGER KLOTZ: Monster. SKEETER: Roger? There's something bad behind me isn't there? DOUG FUNNIE: Roll it Porkchop! That's me! Porkchop! DOUG FUNNIE (NARRATING): Dear Journal, it's me Doug Funnie. I've lived at 21 Jumbo Street for the last year and a half and I've seen a lot of weird things. But what happened last week was probably the weirdest. I guess it all started right before Valentines Day. That means at school people have just one thing on their mindat school people have just one thing on their mind. BEEBE BLUFF: A Valentine's dance! Let's go shopping. AV NERD: Aww, isn't it romantic? ELMO: A Valentine's dance, how delightful. CHALKY: A Valentines! LARRY: A Valentines! CONNIE: Dance? SKEETER: The monster! I finally found it! DOUG FUNNIE: Well almost everybody was talking about the Valentines Day dance. It was all I was thinking about. PATTI MAYONNAISE: Can anyone tell me how Ancient Egypt ultimately became a Roman province. DOUG FUNNIE: Well and one other thing too! PATTI MAYONNAISE: Miss Mayonnaise. It was Mark Antoni's eternal love for Cleopatra that inspired the great battle of Actium. DOUG FUNNIE: There's only been one Valentine for me. One person who I've shared my happiest moments with. And a couple not so happy ones. We've gone through the same hard-ships. Like my sister Judy. JUDY FUNNIE: Leonardo, Mona, you're supposed to be 16th Century lovers. Now kiss her like you mean it. DOUG FUNNIE: For all those reasons, I knew I had to find a way to make this dance really perfect. BEEBE BLUFF: This dance is gonna really stink. DOUG FUNNIE: Huh? How can it stink? CONNIE: The student council's supposed to pick to people to coordinate the dance, but nobody signed up. BEEBE BLUFF: People are soooo selfish. Sure, everybody wants to go to the dance. But to they want to lift a finger to help? Noooooo. DOUG FUNNIE: Why don't you help Beebe? BEEBE BLUFF: You expect me, to put my mouth on balloons? Touch streamers? Ugh, no way. CONNIE: We have less than a week left. Who ever we get is gonna have to work day and night to get ready. DOUG FUNNIE: Day and night? DOUG FUNNIE: Right, pay close attention Miss. Mayonnaise. We mass the streamers over here. Flank with the punch bowl maneuver the record player into position and we hit 'em right in the middle with a big heart shaped mirror ball. Bang! PATTI MAYONNAISE: Oh Doug, you're so dance plannery. DOUG FUNNIE: Indeed. Still it's not quite there. We need something, a theme! PATTI MAYONNAISE: How about something simple like true love? DOUG FUNNIE: True love? PATTI MAYONNAISE: True love! You know, when two people love each other truly! DOUG FUNNIE: Oh that true love! DOUG FUNNIE: I know two people perfect for the job Beebe! PATTI MAYONNAISE: Do you really think I'd be good at organizing a dance? I've never done anything like that. DOUG FUNNIE: I think you'd be great at whatever you wanted to do Patti. I think if you worked on this dance, it would be the best dance ever! PATTI MAYONNAISE: Really? Not much competition, looks like I'm the only one crazy enough to. GUY GRAHAM: OK people work, work, work. I'm outta here. PATTI MAYONNAISE: Whoa ahhh! GUY GRAHAM: Hey why don't you watch where, oh hey, looking for me? DOUG FUNNIE: Not exact GUY GRAHAM: I think I know. Heart day just around the corner. Do you want to talk in priveto?

Characters with description, picture, actor (actress) voice and quotes

Mosquito Skeeter Valentine is Doug's best friend and its goal is to find the Lucky Duck Monster
Mosquito Skeeter Valentine is Doug's best friend and its goal is to find the Lucky Duck Monster
(Fred Newman) "I got a funny feeling about this"
  Doug Funnie, a shy, insecure, somewhat clumsy 12 year old boy with a wild imagination and a big heart
Doug Funnie, a shy, insecure, somewhat clumsy 12 year old boy with a wild imagination and a big heart
(Thomas McHugh) "I had to make the hardest decision of my life"
  Patti Mayonnaise, one of the friendliest girls in school  and the object of Doug's affections
Patti Mayonnaise, one of the friendliest girls in school and the object of Doug's affections
(Constance Shulman) "Whatever you found must be important"
  Mr. Bill Bluff, wealthy,  Beebe's elitist father, often puts money before other values, which makes him a villain in certain situation
Mr. Bill Bluff, wealthy, Beebe's elitist father, often puts money before other values, which makes him a villain in certain situation
(Doug Preis) "I have friends at your school"
 
Mayor Tippi Dink, Bud's sarcastic but generally well-intentioned and friendly wife, is the mayor of town
Mayor Tippi Dink, Bud's sarcastic but generally well-intentioned and friendly wife, is the mayor of town
(Doris Belack) "just have to do that right thing"
  Beebe Bluff, richest and very snobby,  is popular with the girls in school and become Skeeter's girlfriend
Beebe Bluff, richest and very snobby, is popular with the girls in school and become Skeeter's girlfriend
(Alice Playten) "I was just doing a little shopping"
  Guy Graham, an upperclassman, head of the school paper  and Doug's rival for Patti
Guy Graham, an upperclassman, head of the school paper and Doug's rival for Patti
(Guy Hadley) "I can't believe you dragged me to this joke"
Herman Melville, a shy, but friendly blue monster of Lucky Duck Lake, rescued by Doug and Skeeter
Herman Melville, a shy, but friendly blue monster of Lucky Duck Lake, rescued by Doug and Skeeter
(Frank Welker)
  Roger Klotz, is the school brawler,  tough, cocky, somewhat kind, brash
Roger Klotz, is the school brawler, tough, cocky, somewhat kind, brash
(Chris Phillips) "Money is no object, gentlemen you have exactly twenty four hours"
  Mr.Bud Dink, a retired neighbor of the Funnies, enjoys investing in expensive new inventions and gadgets
Mr.Bud Dink, a retired neighbor of the Funnies, enjoys investing in expensive new inventions and gadgets
(Fred Newman) "in time to see something absolutely fantastic"

Plot

Once he gets there, Patti is nowhere to be seen. He asks Mr. Swirly if he's seen her, and he says the she was here for a while and looked very upset, and then left with a guy who kept talking about his big plans for a dance. When Doug heard this, he knew that this guy was no one else but Guy Graham, a snobby upper class man who wants Patti. Meanwhile, Roger and the AV nerds are building a robot to kidnap Herman, but when they build the robot it acts like Roger's babysitter, much to his dismay and annoyance. Doug then rushes to the Funky Town night club, where Guy and Patti are working on the dance. He apologizes to Patti there and she accepts his apology, but Guy cuts in and says that Doug is "just a stupid little kid." Doug, very angry now, says that he has proof that Bluff is evil and is polluting the lake. Guy then calls Doug a liar. Doug then invites them both to the report that is being held in front of Mr. Dink's house about Herman and the pollution. Doug then leaves, but the picture of the monster falls out of his pocket without him knowing. Guy picks up the picture and realizes that Doug was telling the truth; however, he calls Bluff, with whom he has connections to. At the reporting, Doug sees that a news reporters camera is inflatable. He then realizes that the news company is a fake, that it is supporting Bluff, and trying to compensate the monster. Doug then has to tell everyone that there has been a mistake, Patti gets mad at him, thinks that he is a liar and walks away with Guy. That night, Bluff finds the boys with Herman and kidnaps the monster. The next morning, Doug knows that this is his last chance to save Herman. He goes to the school newspaper room, hoping to find Guy who can lead him to Bluff. Guy isn't in the room, but Doug sees a newspaper article that says that Bluff and his men blast a monster to smithereens at a school dance. Doug is at first sad and believes that Herman has died, but he then realizes that the school dance isn't until tonight and this is what is being planned to happen, so Doug and Skeeter call Roger and The Sleech twins to help. At the school dance, Doug has to make the biggest choice of his life: going after Patti or saving Herman. When he does the latter, Bluff catches Doug and Skeeter in front of Crystal Lake after Herman escapes into it and plans to enslave them, but is stopped by his daughter, Beebe, and Mrs. Dink. Beebe forces Bluff off of the scene to defend her friends, while Mrs. Dink hints at Bluff facing the wrath of the federal government if he does not clean up Lucky Duck Lake. Doug then finds Patti in front of the woods and Doug tries to tell her he is in love with her, but is interrupted by Herman. With the return of Herman and a copy of the newspaper, Patti sees that Doug had been telling her the truth all along and dumps Guy. Also, Skeeter gives Herman the Moby Dick book for something to eat in the lake and Herman also gives Doug a flower to give to Porkchop to which Porkchop comes running out of the woods into Herman's arms. The kids say goodbye to Herman. After Herman jumps back into the lake, Doug tells Patti he likes her and Roger almost becomes friends with Doug, but is interrupted by the robot. Doug starts dancing with Patti and Skeeter dances with Beebe as the music continues in the background, ending the film.

Main Crew

Directed by Maurice Joyce; produced by David Campbell, Melanie Grisanti, Jim Jinkins, Bruce Knapp, Jack Spillum; written by Ken Scarborough; based on Doug by Jim Jinkins; music by Mark Watters; edited by Alysha Cohen, Christopher Gee.

Soundtracks

Deep Deep Water ; written & Performed by Dan Sawyer, Kristyn Osborn & Linda Garvey; performed by Dan Sawyer (band version), SHeDAISY (end title version)
Someone Like Me ; written by William Squier & Jeffrey Lodin; performed by Michael Africk
Mona Mo ; written by Dan Sawyer & Fred Newman; performed by Dan Sawyer & Fred Newman
Disney's Doug: Original Theme ; written by Dan Sawyer; additional Vocalization by Fred Newman

Trivia

Beebe Bluff tell's her chaffeur Jinkins to drive her home. Jim Jinkins is the creator of Doug.
The movie takes place over a period of 4 days and 5 nights, from February 11 to February 15.

Watch other parts of movie

Doug's 1st Movie (1999)
Doug's 1st Movie (1999)
  2 going to the dance
2 going to the dance
  3 can you get that
3 can you get that
  4 have big news
4 have big news
 
5 right thing to do
5 right thing to do
  6 welcome to our school
6 welcome to our school
  7 know where to get
7 know where to get
  8 like your new home
8 like your new home

References

Doug's 1st Movie (Wikipedia)        Doug's 1st Movie - Full Cast & Crew (IMDB)