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Louie Duck (Character)
from "DuckTales" (1987)

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DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990)
Huey, Dewey, Louie: Faster, Launch Pad, faster!
Scrooge McDuck: Slower, Launch Pad, slower!

Louie: Quackarooney!

Louie: [Scrooge has opened a chest stolen by Collie Baba and discovers it to be full of clothes] He stole clothes?
Scrooge McDuck: Ah, nothing but old robes. 40 years of searching, and all I end up with is Collie Baba's dirty laundry!
Webby: Well, at least the box is pretty, Uncle Scrooge.

Dewey: [referring to Merlock] He can't still be alive.
Louie: He'd be ancient.
Huey: Yeah, older than Uncle Scrooge, even.
Genie: Yes, except his first wish was to live for ever.
Huey: Oh! Good wisher!
Genie: [bursts into tears] No, BAD wisher! You don't know! He made me do the worst things!
Dewey: Like what?
Genie: Did you ever hear of Atlantis? It was everybody's favorite resort until Merlock couldn't make any reservations! Then down she went!... And poor Pompei! Mount Vesuvius would never had blown its top if Merlock hadn't blown his!
Louie: But what are you worried about? He used up all his wishes.
Genie: But that's just it - Merlock has unlimited wishes, because he has a magic talisman. It's what gives him all his powers... and when he puts it on the lamp, he gets as many wishes as he wants! Now you see why I'm a little jumpy?
Louie: Well, maybe we should wish for the talisman?
Genie: No, that's the one wish I can't do. You'll have to steal it from him yourself, and good luck!
Louie: Well, don't worry about that mean old master now.
Dewey: Yeah, he has no idea you're here with us.
Huey: And that's the way it's going to stay.

Genie: First, you have to hold the lamp...
Louie: Yeah?
Genie: Then, say, "I wish."
Huey: Yeah?
Genie: Then wish for something.
Huey: That's all?
Dewey: Boy! It's even user-friendly!

Louie: It's a genie, isn't it?
Dewey: It's not the tooth fairy.

Dewey: Webby! What did you do this time?
Webby: I'm sorry. Just make them stop!
Louie: But I've only got one wish left!
Scrooge McDuck: Boys! What is going on?
Huey: Uh-oh. Looks like the jig is up. Go ahead, Louie.

Louie: I'm going to wish for a million wishes!
Genie: Get serious! That never works!

Louie: Where are you going to keep all this treasure, Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: I won't keep it all, Louie. Most of these artifacts will go to museums.
Louie: That doesn't sound like Uncle Scrooge.
Scrooge McDuck: That way, I can enjoy a healthy tax break!
Huey: That does!

Dewey: What a ride!
Louie: Yeah, I wouldn't mind doing it again now that I know that you can live through it!

Huey: You read the whole encyclopedia?
Genie: Cover to cover to cover... what's this? Baseball? Bowling ball? Cinderella's ball?
Huey: No, it's a globe of the Earth.
Genie: Get back. You mean the Earth isn't flat? I must have missed that part.
Louie: Boy, he HAS been in that lamp for a long time!

[for her first wish, Webby wished for a baby elephant and the genie grants it against his will; a baby elephant appears in the room]
Genie: Now look what you've gone and done!
Webby: What's wrong? She's cute.
Genie: And big! Big wishes always big trouble! The bigger the wish, the bigger the trouble!
Louie: He's right. One look at that elephant, and Uncle Scrooge will want to know what's up.
Genie: Everyone who sees it will, and pretty soon, everyone will be fighting over me, the wishes will get out of control, and I'll end up being in the lamp for another thousand years!
Louie: Jeepers! I hadn't thought of that!
Genie: So please, please! Make small wishes!

Louie: At least we still have each other. Think of poor Genie.
Dewey: If only there was a way we could sneak in and get back the lamp.
Huey: But there are so many alarms.
Scrooge McDuck: Aye, hundreds... and 14, 657 ways to trigger them.
Dewey: And you know each and every one, don't you, Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: Aye.
Louie: Maybe the way to shut them off?
Scrooge McDuck: Aye! Come lads! Something tells me we should plan a full-scale invasion!

Genie: How can I ever thank you, Master?
Scrooge McDuck: I'm not your master anymore!
Genie: That's right! Can I call you "Uncle Scrooge"?
Scrooge McDuck: You're a sweet kid, but don't press your luck.
Dewey: So, what do you want to do as your first day as a boy?
Genie: Well, let me put it this way... you'll never catch me, coppers!
Huey: Quackarooney!
Louie: Oh boy!
Dewey: I'm gonna get you!
Webby: Are you coming with us, Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: You go ahead, Webby dear. We quad-zillionaires have our own ideas of fun.

Mrs. Beakley: Children, I think your uncle has something to say to you.
Scrooge McDuck: Aye... Welcome home! Can I get you and Gene anything? Cookies? Milk? Ice cream?
Huey: Oh, no thank you, Uncle Scrooge.
Louie: Yeah, we're kind of full.
Webby: And sleepy.
Scrooge McDuck: That's because it's past your bedtime. Now, scoot along, little ones.
Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby: Good night, Uncle Scrooge.
Genie: Nighty-night.
Scrooge McDuck: Sleep tight.
Duckworth: That's telling them, Sir.


"DuckTales: Nothing to Fear (#1.9)" (1987)
Scrooge McDuck: I don't owe you money, do I?
Louie Duck: Of course not.
Scrooge McDuck: Wha - what happened to those bill collectors?
Huey Duck: What bill collectors?
Scrooge McDuck: Boys, something strange *is* going on here.

Doofus Drake: I was afraid you were a big banana!
Huey Duck: Or Commander Gander, terror of the universe!
Duckworth: [sticks his head out of the closet] Or the limo-monster.
Scrooge McDuck: [examining himself] Not last time I checked... Nope. I'm just a plain old filthy-rich duck who wants to know... WHAT'S GOIN' ON AROUND HERE?

Louie Duck: We'll look upstairs.
Doofus Drake: I'll take the kitchen.
Duckworth: [extending his hands out of the closet to offer Scrooge's hat and cabe] I'll search the closets, sir.

Louie Duck: Whose idea was it not to do our homework?
Huey Duck, Dewey Duck: Yours!
Louie Duck: Whose idea was it to LISTEN to my idea?

Huey Duck: That raincloud. It's following us.
Scrooge McDuck: Stranger things have happened. Most of them earlier today.

Louie Duck: This is frisbee-flingin' weather if I ever saw it!
Huey Duck: Well, according to Mrs. Quackenbush, it's homework weather.
Dewey Duck: And we gotta have a report on gravity ready to drop on her by tomorrow morning.
Louie Duck: Well, what better way to study gravity, than by seeing how long our frisbees can stay up, in the air!

Huey Duck: [Flash Mallard is zapped by the villain from his video game and vanishes] Poor Flash went flash!
Huey Duck: I think that means he lost!
Commander Gander: Correction. You all lost!

Dewey Duck: It's almost as if someone knows what our worst fears are, and is usin' 'em against us.
Huey Duck: But - who would know that much about us?
Dewey Duck, Huey Duck, Louie Duck: [a noise like the door banging open makes them turn to it] Uncle Scrooge!
Scrooge McDuck: Figured it out, did ya? Well, *my* worst fears came true when I got you three little television-leaver-oners. I never wanted you here. But that no-good Donald dumped ya on me.
[tosses the photo of him across the room; the nephews gasp and stare]
Scrooge McDuck: I've been doing all this, to scare you out of my life!
Louie Duck: B-But how could you *do* all those things?
Scrooge McDuck: I'm rich. I can do *anything*! And I'll be even richer when you're *out* of here!
Louie Duck: Uncle Scrooge!
Dewey Duck: Uncle...
Scrooge McDuck: [talking over him then Louie] Don't call me that! I don't want to be your uncle anymore!

Scrooge McDuck: Ahh, I knew it. I *knew* it. I was never cut out to raise three boys. I've failed.
[covers his face and sobs]
Huey Duck, Dewey Duck, Louie Duck: [come out shouldering sacks on poles] Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: Lads?
Louie Duck: We're leavin, Uncle Scrooge. Jus tlike you wanted.
Scrooge McDuck: Leavin'?
Huey Duck: Yeah. You still wanna get rid of us, don't'cha?
Scrooge McDuck: Get rid of ya? Why, of *course* not. You're the apples o'my eye. I - I-I thought you wanted to get rid of *me*. You said I was an old fuddy-duddy...
[looks away]
Dewey Duck: We'd *never* say that, Uncle Scrooge.
[they run to each other and hug]
Scrooge McDuck: Why - Why, of *course* you wouldn't.

Huey Duck: [the fear-cloud takes on the form of a threatening creature] We're gonna grow up to be some kind o'troubled teenagers, Uncle Scrooge.
Scrooge McDuck: I won't let that happen.

Scrooge McDuck: We've been running from our fears long enough, lads. It's time to face them.
[swallows]
Huey Duck, Dewey Duck, Louie Duck: [flee to his back] We're behind ya, Uncle Scrooge.
Huey Duck: [peering around his shoulder] *Way* behind.

[last lines]
Louie Duck: We won!
Scrooge McDuck: Aye, lads. And from now on we'll always face our fears, no matter how scary they are.
Louie Duck: I was afraid you'd say that!... Only kiddin', Uncle Scrooge!
[laughs as he lifts him onto his shoulder]
Louie Duck: Only kiddin'!


DuckTales: Remastered (2013) (VG)
Bouncer Beagle: Not so fast, McDuck. We're running things around here, now!
Scrooge McDuck: Curse me kilts! One false move, and I'm a roast duck!
Louie: [in a cage] Leave me, Unca Scrooge! It's not worth it!
Scrooge McDuck: Nonsense, me boy!

Huey: Do you think Magica will keep out of our way now, Unca Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: It's hard to say, lad. Folks like her have a habit of popping up at the most inconvenient moments.
Louie: Well, when it comes to Magica, there's no such thing as a convenient moment!

Louie: [about the mine] You mean there weren't any ghosts down there?
Scrooge McDuck: That's right! As I've told you boys, there's a rational explanation for everything!
Louie: Yeah, a whole kingdom of underground creatures who cause earthquakes as part of a game is a completely rational explanation.
Scrooge McDuck: Uh, aye... never mind, boys. The point is, we made it back with the Giant Diamond of the Inner-Earth, and gained an entire diamond mine in the process!

Scrooge McDuck: Now, you boys stay put and look after wee Webbigail. I'll be back with the treasure in no time.
Huey: Aww, nuts! We want to come with you, Unca Scrooge!
Scrooge McDuck: Dinnae worry, I'll be back with the treasure before you can say "e pluribus unum"!
Huey: E purple-bus whoo-um?
Louie: Yeah, I'm not sure that's as fast as you think it is...
Dewey: Besides, we should we have to stay here just because Webby's a big chicken?
Huey, Louie: Yeah!
Louie: We're not afraid of... whatever's hiding out there... are we?
Webby: You boys are so mean! I'll show you who's not afraid of the dark!

[Webby wants to go to the Himalayas]
Scrooge McDuck: Not this time, Webby darling, I need you here looking after the boys. Otherwise, who knows what kind of actual trouble they could get into?
Webby: Oh... that's very smart.
[leaves]
Huey, Dewey, Louie: Unca Scrooge!
Scrooge McDuck: Indulge me, lads, the last thing this expedition needs is a wee lass about, and I'm gonna have enough trouble looking after Launchpad...

Scrooge McDuck: The Lost Crown of Genghis Khan is mine, lads! All it took was a bit of tenacity and perseverance!
Webby: And a little kindness and patience, right Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: Right you are, Webby darling. Now, where's Bubba run off to?
Huey: Yeah, where is he? He was here a minute ago...
Bubba: [offscreen] Why dolls no answer Bubba?
Louie: He's over there, having a tea party with Webby's toys.
Bubba: No? Bubba smash!
Dewey: Uh-oh, Webby, sounds like Bubba's not getting along so good with your Quacky Patch dolls...
Webby: [runs offscreen] HEY! You keep away from my dolls, mister!
Scrooge McDuck: Er, remember, kindness and patience, Webigail! Set a good example for the lad!

Scrooge McDuck: Me Number One Dime, returned safe and sound!
Huey: But Unca Scrooge, what about the treasure?
Dewey: Yeah, we had it and we lost it.
Huey: Sorry, Unca Scrooge.
Scrooge McDuck: Come on now, boys. We may not have gotten to keep the treasure, but we had the adventure of a lifetime! And best of all, we got to share it together! You, Webigail, Launchpad...
Huey: And Duckworth too!
Dewey: Don't forget Mrs Beakley!
Louie: And Bubba and Gyro and Fenton, they helped us too!
Scrooge McDuck: Indeed they did, lads! Now come on, let's head for home!

[last lines]
Scrooge McDuck: Come on, lads, let's head to the ice cream shop!
Huey, Dewey, Louie: Woohoo!
Dewey: Hey, can we each get our own cone this time, Unca Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: Ah, why not, I'm in a generous mood today! In f act, each of ye can even get a cone with ice cream in it!


Donald's Snow Fight (1942)
Huey, Dewey, Louie: [showing a new snowman that makes fun of Donald and his overcoat] That's Unca Donald! That's Unca Donald!
Donald Duck: Oh, yeah?
[he rams into it with his sled revealing it to be a large rock]

Donald Duck: [singing] Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle - uh-oh!
Huey, Dewey, Louie: [building a snowman] For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, quack quack quack quack quack quack quack. Quack quack quack quack quack quack quack, quack quack quack quack quack quack quack. For he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, for he's a jolly good fellow, quack quack quack quack quack quack quack.
Donald Duck: [laughs] Now it's time to have some fun.

Donald Duck: I'll huff and I'll puff, and blow you down.
Huey, Dewey, Louie: Nyah, nyah, nyah. Try it!
Donald Duck: Okay, you asked for it!

[Donald slips on ice, bumps into a tree, has a pile of snow and icicles poured onto him making him look like a rhinoceros in a cage]
Huey, Dewey, Louie: [singing and dancing] London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down.


Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (1999) (V)
Huey: What a great day.
Louie: We should do it more often.
Dewey: Yeah. Once a week should be enough.
Huey: It'll be another 365 days until we get more Christmas.

Huey: Looks like the end of the line!
Louie: Until tomorrow. When it happens all over again.
Huey: Y-You're right. Y-Yesterday's today, and today is tomorrow, and it's gonna be the same thing,
[snaps]
Huey: day in and day out, and day in and day out...
Dewey: Hey! What's wrong?
Louie: Get a grip!
Huey: I'm sorry, fellas.
Louie: That's okay. We know how you feel.
Dewey: If I see the same toys again, I'll go out of my mind!
Louie: Yeah, and I eat any more turkey, I'm gonna need new clothes!

Dewey: [the boys are pushing Donald's Dream Boat up a hill] The day after Christmas!
Donald Duck: Aw, I understand, boys. You wish it could be Christmas every day.
Huey, Dewey & Louie: [Sending Donald off] No-o!


"DuckTales: Lost Crown of Genghis Khan (#1.45)" (1987)
Launchpad McQuack: [being chased by an amorous Yeti] NO WAY!
[he can be heard from the very outside of the caves, where Scrooge and the nephews are]
Huey Duck: What was that?
Scrooge McDuck: I don't know...

[Standforth snowmobiles down a mountain with the Crown]
Huey Duck: Where are you going, Unca Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck: Standforth's taking the long way down. I'm taking the shortcut!
[drops from a cliff]

[Webby comes across the frozen nephews]
Huey Duck: We're all covered in ice, and she's eating an ice lolly?


Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue (1990) (TV)
Michael: I gotta get off of these drugs.
Huey: Drugs? Oh, bad news, Michael!
Dewey: Why don't you just say "no"?
Michael: Well, maybe it's because I don't want to.
Louie: Maybe it's because you don't know how.

[as Michael sees her future, he sees himself in a deathbed, with a terrifying look if he uses drugs too much]
Michael: That's- that's me. This is my future?
Daffy Duck: It is if you don't get so drugged!
[some cartoon characters visit and help Michael]
Gordon 'ALF' Shumway: You use, you lose!
Baby Piggy: Listen to us, Mikey! We care about you!
Bugs Bunny: What's up, doc, is your life! If you don't cut it out.
Kermit: There's nothing cool about a fool on drugs!
Huey, Dewey, Louie: [altogether] Just believe in yourself!
Michaelangelo: Yeah! You're excellent just the way you are! Without drugs!
Michael: [scared] HOW DO I GET OUT OF HERE?
[a door back to Michael's room appears in front of him and the characters]


Donald's Nephews (1938)
Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, Louie: [Donald, praying:] "...Yours truly, Donald Duck. Amen!"

Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey, Louie: [as he eats the mustard pie] Oh, yum, yum, yum, yum.


Mickey's Speedway USA (2000) (VG)
Louie: [at the race's start] On your mark; Get set, *go*!

Louie: [after hitting Donald] Watch your temper, Unca Donald!
Donald Duck: Ooof!


Good Scouts (1938)
Huey: Goodnight...
Dewey: ...Unca...
Louie: ...Donald.


"Quack Pack: Transmission: Impossible (#1.32)" (1996)
Cop: Okay, okay. You're free to go.
Louie Duck: Someone bailed us out?
Donald Duck: [walks towards the boys looking REALLY angry] Let me at them!
Louie Duck: [the boys goes back into their prison cell] I think jail might be safer.


Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (2004) (V)
Daisy Duck: Ready to go Donald?
Donald Duck: Where?
Daisy Duck: To the mall.
Huey, Dewey, Louie: Duh!
Dewey: Don't you want to see the Christmas window at Mousey's?
Huey: And smell all that greasy food at the food court?
Louie: And wander around aimlessly looking for the perfect gift?
Donald Duck: All I want, is peace and quiet. And my hot chocolate.
Daisy Duck: Don't be such a big old grump.
Donald Duck: [while Daisy slashes him with a chair] Whoa!