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(1967)

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[Davy accidentally knocks over a statue in a museum]

Mike: That thing was over a thousand years old!

Peter: Oh, well, thank goodness it wasn't new.

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Duce: Did you draw this picture?

Peter: Yes I did.

Duce: You're a very talented boy.

Peter: Thank you. I play bass, too.

Duce: An artist and a musician!

Chuche: We should kill 'em both!

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Duce: [Peter has painted a copy of The Laughing Cavalier, but has included Mike's wool hat] What's with the hat? The hat's not needed.

Peter: It's Mike's hat. It's knitted.

Duce: I know it's knitted, but it's not needed.

Peter: How did you know it was knitted?

Duce: I can tell it's knitted, but it's not needed.

Peter: Oh, for a minute I thought you knew Mike.

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Mike: What are we doing eating breakfast with Mr. Schneider?

Davy: Well, Peter's not here, and we got lonely.

Mike: Peter's not - You mean he's not back from the museum yet?

Micky: Maybe he's in trouble.

Davy: Heh! How much trouble can you get into in a museum?

Micky: He's in trouble.

Davy: He's in trouble.

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Micky: Excuse me, but I want to...

Artist: To be an artist? Heh! You could never be an artist. You have no beard.

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Duce: Peter, what's the most important thing for an artist?

Peter: Paint.

Chuche: He's got a point.

Peter: Paint.

Duce: Shut up!

Duce: The most important thing for an artist is to suffer.

Chuche: [Chuche starts to tie up Peter in his chair] Hey, I'm suffering already.

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Mike: Okay men, Mission: Ridiculous.

Mike: [narrating] Gathering our team of experts from the four corners of the earth, we'll be a taskforce of deadliness, efficiency and teamwork.

Mike: [Davy is seen climbing onto a rooftop] The Manchester Marauder.

Davy: [a duffelbag is thrown onto his head] Gee, thanks, Peter, I really needed that.

Peter: [of screen] That's ok, Davy, any time.

[Davy bumps into a pole, then grabs an antenna and gets a shock of electricity]

Mike: [resuming his narration] The Conneticut Counterspy combines nerves of steel, cool-eyed perseption and some fancy footwork.

Davy: [Peter knocks over a potted plant as he climbs on the roof] Peter, watch the pla- oh, it's not real anyway.

[Davy throws the fake plant over the railing]

Micky: [off screen] Ouch!

Mike: [still narrating] Their ability to make quick, irriversible decisions show why they were picked for this group.

[Peter bumps into the pole]

Mike: [Mike climbs up on the roof as his narration continues] The modest but towering Texan needs no introduction. His stoiclike ability to endure pain...

Mike: [Mike bumps into the pole] ... prove why he is a leader among men.

[Mike grabs the electricity pole but does not feel a thing]

Mike: Last, but not least, is the Los Angeles Leopard, known in Peoria as The Panther Man.

[Micky climbs onto the rooftop carrying the painting]

Mike: And somewhat hampered by a low resistance to the night air.

[Micky sneezes as the other three team members run up to him and shush]

Mike: He is the only weak link in our chain.

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Peter: [masculin voice] He's in for a lot of trouble!

Micky: [also puttin on a manly voice] Why, cause we're switching the paintings?

Peter: No, because I put hot mustard on those sandwiches.

PeterMicky: Ha. Ha.

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