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: Where's the kid? Tito
: [coughs after nearly getting barbecued
] He must still be in the car, man!
[everyone watches as the limo departs
: Oh, that poor little kid. Dodger
: You were supposed to keep an eye on him, Tito! Tito
] Yeah. Well, it's hard to watch anything when you're getting barbecued, man!
[after stealing the hot dogs
: So when are we gonna eat? Dodger
: We? Oliver
: Yeah. I'm starvin'. Dodger
: Listen, kid. I hate to break it to ya, but the dynamic duo is now the dynamic *uno*. Oliver
: What do ya mean? Dodger
: What I mean is, our partnership is herewith dissolved. Oliver
: But, wait! Wait. You're not being fair! Dodger
: Fares are for tourists, kid. Consider it a free lesson in street savoir faire from New York's coolest quadruped.
: Absitively posolutely!
: You wanna leave? Fine! There's the door. Einstein
: But he just got here. Dodger
: Go on. No one's stoppin' ya.
: Whoa! Chill out, man. I don't eat cats. It's too much fur.
: Picture the city. 8th and Broadway. The crowd's hustling. The traffic's roaring. The hot dogs are sizzling. Einstein
: I love a story with food in it. Dodger
: Enter Dodger, one bad puppy. Not just out for himself, but community minded. But he's not alone. Enter the opposition. A vicious, ugly, psychotic monster. Gleaming claws, dripping fangs, and nine lives, all of them hungry. He came at me, his eyes burning. I knew my time had come. Suddenly...
[Oliver falls from the roof, spooking everyone
: Roscoe, Roscoe. Is this us losing our sense of humor? Roscoe
: Nah, I ain't lost my sense of humor.
[Kicks over the TV
: See? I find that funny.
: Don't you come any closer! I knew this would happen someday. Dodger
: Oh, you've barking up the wrong tree, sister. It's not you we're after. Georgette
: It's not?
: It's *not*? Well *why* not? What's the problem, Spot? Not good enough for you? I mean, do you even know who I am? 56 blue ribbons. 14 regional trophies. Six-time national champion! Dodger
: Oh, and we're all very impressed. Right, guys? Tito
: Very impressed!
: You're all right, kid, for a cat. We'll keep a spot open in the gang for ya. Vice president, uptown chapter.
: Hey, keep it down, guys. The game's on. Tito
: Oh boy, Dodger. Tough dog have to get help from a CAT! Dodger
: Hey, Tito, uh, cool it, man. Tito
: Come on, let's see this big, bad kitty fight in action! Dodger
: Hey Tito, LOOK!
[Tito looks away, Dodger jumps on him
: All right, you guys. If Mr. Sykes don't see some cold, hard cash, we are Doberman chow.
: This city's got a beat, and you gotta hook into it. And once you get the beat, you can do anything.
: Yo, Tito, hot wire! Tito
: Hey, no way, man! I've been barbecued too many times! Georgette
: Good luck, Alonzo. I'll be waiting. Tito
] Heigh ho, heigh ho, it's off to work we go...
] Why should I worry? Why should I care? I may not have a dime, but I've got street savoir-faire. Why should I worry? Why should I care? It's just be-bopulation, but I've got street savoir-faire.
: And you Dodger, you're my friend. The Artful Dodger
: Huh! A friend's just an enemy in disguise. You can't trust nobody.
: Dodger, it's not a game anymore. The Artful Dodger
] It never was a game, mate. You just thought it was.
: What happens if you get caught? The Artful Dodger
: Fagin's boys don't get caught. Thief Boy
: Jimmy Peach got himself caught. Oliver
: What happened to him? The Artful Dodger
: He was transported to one of the finest institutions for higher learning in the country. Thief Boy
: Got himself thrown in jail.
The Artful Dodger
: What's to happen to the likes of me? Just trying to make a dishonest living for himself.
: If you're good, good things will happen to you. The Artful Dodger
] Where'd you learn that, the workhouse?
: [to Oliver
] Charmed! Dodger
: Oh yes! We're all ladies and gentlemen around here. We're all quality. Nancy
: Now don't you take no notice of them, just because you got manners and they ain't!
] Once a villain, you're a villain to the end!
] Can somebody change? It's possible - maybe it's strange, but it's possible. All my dearest companions and treasures, I've left them behind/ I'll turn a leaf over/ and who can tell what I may find?
[he starts to walk towards London Bridge when Dodger appears behind a post-box
: Yes? Young man? And do I have the honor of your acquaintance?
[Dodger shows him a wallet he has just stolen
: Lined? Dodger
: Only the best. Lovely workmanship, ain't it?
[Fagin takes the wallet, looks inside and smiles
] I'm reviewing/ the situation... Dodger
: Once the villain, you're a villain to THE END! Fagin
: Your light fingers. Dodger
: Your inspiration. Fagin
: What a team! Dodger
: Am I your partner? Fagin
: More a friend. For your talents are employable/ so make your life enjoyable/ a world with pockets open wide/ awaits your whim to grope inside... Dodger
: Collections undetectable... Fagin
: We might retire respectable! Dodger
: Together till our dying day! Fagin
: The living proof that crime can pay! Fagin
: I think we'll have to think it out again! Hey!
: Consider yourself... at home / Consider yourself... one of the family / We've taken to you... so strong / It's clear... we're... going to get along! / Consider yourself... well in / Consider yourself... part of the furniture / There isn't a lot... to spare / Who cares? What... ever we've got we share! / If it should chance to be / We should see some harder days / Empty larder days... Why grouse? / Always a chance we'll meet somebody / To foot the bill / Then the drinks are on the house! / Consider yourself... our mate / We don't want to have... no fuss / For after some consideration we can state... Consider yourself - one of us!
: [to Oliver
] Delighted to see you looking so well my Dear! The Dodger will give you another suit for fear you will spoil that Sunday one! Dodger
: [Finding Oliver's money
] Cor! Look at this! Fagin
: [to Oliver after taking the money
] I'll bank it for ya. Bill Sikes
: What's that? That's mine Fagin! Fagin
: Oh no my Dear. Mine! Ours! You shall have the books. Bill Sikes
: You hand it over you old skeleton!
[Fagin reluctantly Bill the money
] Bill Sikes
: . That's for our share of the trouble. You keep the books. Start a library.
: You may start by jappaning my trotter case. In plain English, clean my boots.
: There's two of yer! Who's he? Artful Dodger
: New pal. Nicky
: Where's he from? Artful Dodger
: I suppose you've been walkin so long on the beak's order? Oliver Twist
: What's that? Artful Dodger
: Don't you know what a beak is? Oliver Twist
: It's a bird's mouth isn't it? Artful Dodger
] You are green. A beak's a magistrate, where have you been all your life?
: You know what a prig is, don'tcha? Oliver Twist
: I think I do. It's a - thief. You're one, are you not? Artful Dodger
: I am. So's Charley. So's Bet. So we all are, down to the dog. And he's the downiest one of the lot. Charley Bates
: And the least given to peaching.
: What's become of the boy? Speak or I'll throttle you! Dodger
: The traps have got him, and that's all about it!
: Now now, Mr Bucket. You can't just go pointing the finger. Last time you accused me of filching a diamond ring I'd come by through entirely honest means. Inspector Bucket
: My wallet, if you please, and now! Else we can let the the Old Bailey decide the matter. Fagin
: Dodger! Might you know anything of this gentleman's wallet, my dear? Dodger
: What a coincidence! I come by it in the gutter not half hour ago.
[Dodger hands the wallet back to Inspector Bucket
: Perhaps the boy deserves a finder's fee, do you not, Mr Bucket? Inspector Bucket
: I'm quite sure he's had one.