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The Mouse on 57th Street (1961)

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A mouse in a yellow hat helps himself to what he thinks is a huge lump of cheese in a bakery but, after chewing a hole straight through it, realizes that it is really rum cake, which has ... See full summary »

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Mouse / Cops / Spiffany's Man / Muldoon (voice)
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A mouse in a yellow hat helps himself to what he thinks is a huge lump of cheese in a bakery but, after chewing a hole straight through it, realizes that it is really rum cake, which has made him more than a little drunk. The mouse staggers away, hiccupping. The next morning, he has a severe hangover, and sounds of drilling at a nearby construction site give him excruciating pain. He grabs the nearest piece of ice he can find to apply to his head, and again he has made a mistake. The ice is the Sunflame Diamond, and two policemen, one of them a lunkhead, are assigned to investigate the "theft" of the jewel. They bungle all their attempts to catch the mouse, who has the jewel tied to his head. Written by Kevin McCorry <mmccorry@nb.sympatico.ca>

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[repeated line]
Sergeant Muldoon: Oh, da boy, da diamond!
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Spoofs The House on 56th Street (1933) See more »

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Show Me the Way to Go Home
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Music by James Campbell and Reginald Connelly
Plays when the drunk mouse walks home.
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