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Wilbur (Character)
from The Rescuers Down Under (1990)

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The Rescuers Down Under -- Two mice race to Australia to save a boy and a rare golden eagle.
The Rescuers Down Under -- Clip: Wilbur Watches the Eggs
The Rescuers Down Under -- Clip: Between the Treads
The Rescuers Down Under -- Clip: Interrupting Snake
The Rescuers Down Under -- Clip: Australia Arrival

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  1. "Hewy's Animated Movie Reviews"
        - The Rescuers Down Under (2010) TV episode, Played by John Candy

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From The Rescuers Down Under (1990)
Wilbur: Wait a minute. What the heck are you doing up here?
Bernard: The kidnapper took the boy and Jake... and Miss Bianca.
Wilbur: Miss Bianca? Miss Bianca's in trouble? Oh, no! That's terrible! We gotta do something. I'm very disappointed in you, Bernard. Hiding under a nest while Bianca's in danger. Let me tell you something, buddy!
Bernard: Wilbur...
Wilbur: You-you-you start searchin' the desert for, and I-I-I'll scan the coastline. Yeah, that's what I'll do.
Bernard: Wilbur...
Wilbur: I'll ask the chicks on the beach to...
Bernard: Wilbur!
Wilbur: Huh? What?
Bernard: Listen. There are some chicks here that need your help.
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