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DUKE: Where the heck am I? Come on, baby.
They should have been back by now.
I knew it. They're in trouble.
JENNA: Please, Mel, don't get started. The plane.
MEL: It's gonna win? Oh, brother.
JENNA: Well, where is it?
DIPSY: Wait. What happened?
JENNA: Wait a minute. That's the sawmill.
MEL: Not the plane?
JENNA: Balto. Balto! They won!
DIPSY: They did it?
MEL: I don't believe it.
SIMPSON: Easy, easy.
Did we beat the plane,
MR. CONNER: Congratulations, Mr. Simpson. You've done it. You're the winners.
KODI: Yeah, we beat that plane. Kicked its tail. Yeah! If this doesn't prove
us dogs rule, what does? Thanks for saving our jobs, Dad.
BALTO: For the time being.
KODI: What do you mean?
BALTO: I don't think that's the last of the bush planes, son. Their day is coming.
KODI: How can you say that? We beat him.
BALTO: This time, Kodi. But I've seen them. We can't do this every time.
KODI: You're just wrong.
BALTO: It's what I think.
You know how much this job means to him.
BALTO: Yeah, I know. Where's Boris? I thought Mr. Positive would be here
celebrating with us.
JENNA: Maybe he made up with his new girlfriend.
BALTO: Probably. You know, I don't get it. Duke should be here by now.
KIRBY: A little bad weather and that yellow-bellied plane flies south for winter.
He'll show up with his tail between his wings.
RALPH: I know what's wrong. He's a sore loser.
DUSTY: What could be wrong? We still have our jobs.
KODI: Yeah. Yeah, we do. And we're gonna keep them. Come on, let's go.
JENNA: What are you doing out here? The party's on the beach.
BORIS: I'm just wondering what happened to Duke.
JENNA: Are you really worried?
MUK: Balto! Balto! It was awful. It was terrible. Did I say it was awful?
There we were, fishing the river, just minding or own business when it attacked!
BALTO: What attacked?
MUK: The monster.
BALTO: Wait a minute. A monster?
MUK: We could barely see it through the fog but we could hear it getting closer and closer. We didn't stick around to introduce ourselves. We bolted!
But it chased us, growling and snarling,
until finally, it pounced out of the sky.
If Luk hadn't yanked me out of the way, we would have been crushed.
JENNA: Where's this monster now?
MUK: Out there. Stuck in the snow. That's how we escaped.
BALTO: It pounced out of the sky? And the snarling, was it really loud?
MUK: Loud? It was louder than a wild-eyed grizzly.
BALTO AND JENNA: The bush plane.
BORIS: Ay! Ow! Oh! I must get help. Oh!
KIRBY: Balto, you don't even know the plane is out there. Your sources are
a couple of mentally challenged polar bears talking about a monster. Need I say more?
BALTO: I just have a hunch. It's worth finding out, right?
DUSTY: I don't get it.
We won the race, fair and square,
and now you want us to help the enemy?
BALTO: He's not the enemy. He's a man. A nice one.
KODI: But Dad, he is the enemy. He wants to take away our jobs.
KIRBY: It's not our fault that plane's unreliable.
RALPH: Not to mention loud and smelly.
KIRBY: Yeah, kinda like you, Ralphy boy.
BALTO: This is serious. That plane is out there somewhere.
We're the only ones who can help.
KIRBY: That just proves our point. The difference between a dog and a machine is dogs are tough and reliable.
BALTO: I thought the difference is only one has a heart. I'm not gonna let Duke freeze to death. Who's coming with me? Kodi?
KODI: I don't even think he's out there. But my job is to deliver the mail.
BALTO: I'm sorry you see it that way.
KODI: Dad, wait.
STELLA: Balto the trouble dog, right?
BALTO: Hey, Stella. Sorry, but I'm kinda busy. Tell Boris that I'll be gone for a while.
STELLA: But Boris is why I'm coming to see you. Not that I'm interested but did you see the bum come back?
BALTO: Come back? Where'd he go? I thought he was with you.
STELLA: Let's say
he took an unscheduled flight on that bush plane.
Served him right, the stinker.
BALTO: Boris was on the plane?
STELLA: I saw him get packed on myself. Don't ask.
BALTO: Stella, I think. Well, I think the plane crashed.
BALTO: As fast as you can, boys. It's gonna be a cold night.
MUK: Er, you're positive when we get back there the monster won't get us?
BALTO: Trust me.
STELLA: I don't even know why I'm going on this rescue operation, that lying, untrustworthy ball of feathers.
You know, he's nuts about you.
STELLA: Really? Did he say something?
BALTO: He only said that you were more beautiful than a wild rose and more luminous than the northern lights.
STELLA: He didn't say that.
BALTO: No, he didn't, but I know it's what he thought.
STELLA: And how do you know so much?
BALTO: I've known Boris since I was a pup. He may be a pain in the butt but he's. He's the dad I never had.
STELLA: Yeah, a pain. That's what he is, all right. I wish I'd never laid eyes on that lying beak of his or that little cute waddle when he walks or that feather that sticks out in that funny way on his neck, you know? I was the one who chased him onto that plane. If anything happens to him, I'll never forgive myself. At this rate, we won't get there till next spring. Say, fellas, why don't you tell me where the plane went down so I can fly there?
BALTO: Good idea.
MUK: Let's see. The frightening monster ran amok at. I mean, the bush plane
attacked us by Bear Claw Rock, just past Falcon's Peak.
STELLA: Got it. Bear Rock, Falcon's Peak. Wish me luck, boys.
MUK: Good one, Luk. Got beat by the spring snow. There's gotta be soft patches all over the...
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Come On Up and Fly (Stella's song)
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Balto III Wings of Change (2004)
2 I would flying if I could
3 Mail dogs against the bush plane
4 Good luck hero
5 The race is only half over
6 Team dog won the race
7 Something's happened to the plane
8 You talkin' to me