DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp Quotes (1990)


DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp Quotes (1990)


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Genie: Hey, Pop! Give me a five! Get down! Get back! Get real! Get a haircut!


Huey: Do you think it might have the treasure of Collie Baba and his 40 thieves?

Scrooge McDuck: After all this time, I'm not getting my hopes up.


Scrooge McDuck: Since when does a hat have a mind of its own?


Dijon: Is there a doctor in da pyramid?


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: Quick, get back in the lamp!

Genie: No! Not the lamp! Put me in a dog house, a madhouse, even a house of pancakes! Anywhere but the lamp!


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!


Genie: Finally, room to stretch! My foot's been asleep for six centuries.


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.


Genie: Shabooey!


Merlock: Now, give it to me.

Dijon: Give? What give?

Merlock: The map, give it to me.

Dijon: De map, dat specific map right here right now?

Merlock: [grabbing Dijon by the collar in fury] You didn't steal it?

Dijon: Too many people, Merlock. Only one Dijon, but look what I did steal... several billfolds... dis handy pocket watch... floss... a date nut bar... and two tickets to the feta cheese festival. For you master.

[Merlock drops him]

Dijon: Maybe you do not want the floss?


Louie: Quackarooney!


Merlock: Where is the lamp?


Genie: [looks in a fridge] Whoo, cold food closet! Where do you hang the chickens?


Scrooge McDuck: Blow me bagpipes! He's a genie!

Mrs. Beakley: Does his mother know about this?


Merlock: Are you sure this is where Scrooge lives?

Dijon: Oh, yes. I am positive, Master. Oh, but if Scrooge catches me here, he'll kill me!

Merlock: Then stay behind, if you wish. I'll try very hard to remember you at reward time.


Huey, Dewey, Louie: Faster, Launch Pad, faster!

Scrooge McDuck: Slower, Launch Pad, slower!


Scrooge McDuck: I wouldn't miss this for all the scones in Scotland!


Mrs. Beakley: It's in here, Mr. McDuck!

[gasp]

Mrs. Beakley: It's gone!

Scrooge McDuck: Mrs. Beakley, is this a ploy to get some vacation time?

Mrs. Beakley: It was here! Honest! An elephant, wearing a big pink bow!... You think I'm crazy, don't you?

Scrooge McDuck: [sees a chair moving away] Maybe not.


Huey: How about a small speedboat?

Genie: Oh, sure. You want that with or without an ocean?

Huey: A little much, huh?

Genie: Well, just a tad.


Scrooge McDuck: I wouldn't miss this for all the scones in Scotland!


Genie: Wish them back, please!

Webby: I can't! That was my last wish!

Genie: I wish you hadn't said that!


Genie: You call these party animals? They're lifeless!


Scrooge McDuck: I told you, I'm not going to the ball!

Duckworth: But sir, I've already arranged for Launchpad to take you to the society's mountain lodge...

Scrooge McDuck: So cancel Launchpad! I'll not only save face, but my life as well!


Scrooge McDuck: Don't bother landing! I don't have time for any more disasters!


Huey: Dijon has everything - the mansion, the factories...

Duckworth: Even your spat collection, sir.


Dijon: Master, all this flip-flapping - maybe we take the bus back?


[Merlock, as a hawk, flies over Scrooge's estate carrying Dijon]

Dijon: There it is, Merlock, there it is! You can drop me off anywhere along here...

[over a briar patch]

Dijon: B-but not there! Not there! Ahhhh!


Launchpad: Either the water's getting higher or the roof is getting lower!


Genie: Do you have to yell at me all the time?

Scrooge McDuck: If it weren't for you, I wouldn't be in this mess. Thanks to you, I've got this crazy animal act on my tail.

Genie: That's it, blame the genie. I was basically saving your life.


Mrs. Beakley: Here ratty, ratty, come to nanny...

[sees a bunch of sentient toys]

Mrs. Beakley: Ahhhh! This isn't a house, it's a zoo!


Scrooge McDuck: I wish me, and my family, and the bin were back in Duckburg, right now!


Duckworth: Oh dear, Launchpad isn't answering. He must be on his way. Won't you go, sir?

Scrooge McDuck: Aye, to work! Tell Launchpad he can take YOU to the ball!


Scrooge McDuck: You maniac! I'll teach you not to mess with my vault!

Genie: Uh-oh! Bad move! Bad!

[runs to Merlock]

Genie: Please, Merlock. He's had a lousy day. Maybe a hot bath and a warm glass of goats milk oughta do...

Merlock: [shouts] Silence! I wish you'd cast him out of my house!

Genie: What? But... I can't.

Merlock: [shouts] Do it!

Genie: I have no choice!

Scrooge McDuck: I... I understand.

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.


Launchpad: I've got the bin at 12:00 high, Mr. McD... give or take 10 minutes.


Genie: Shouldn't we be bird watching?

Dijon: Don't worry about Merlock. He would not dare to confront the great and powerful Dijon!... Anyway, I don't think he knows about me yet.


Genie: It's not my fault Merlock's after me. I don't just want to be Mr. Popularity. All I wanted was a life of my own... like your nephews. My own bike, stack of comic books, a sled, maybe some ski equipment, a CD player, my own home video entertainment system...

Scrooge McDuck: All right! All right!


Genie: Oh no! It's Merlock! Hide me! Hide me!

Scrooge McDuck: I've got to get you to my vault. It's the only safe place. Time to go back.

Genie: But you saw what a dump it is.

Scrooge McDuck: Sorry, Genie, but the party's over.

Genie: [sighs] And just when we were getting to be buddies.


Scrooge McDuck: Dijon!

Dijon: [about to grab the lamp, but quickly stops] What? What? I am not touching a thing! I am clean! Innocent like a little baby goat! Yes.

Scrooge McDuck: Go get our sacks.

Dijon: Sacks? Oh, yes, sacks! Right away. Anything you say, Scrooge, sir. I do for you.


Scrooge McDuck: Launchpad, get me out of here fast!

Launchpad: Dull party, eh, Mr. McD?

Scrooge McDuck: Just go!


Genie: Why give him the lamp?

Dijon: Because the master wants it so badly.

Genie: Why don't you be the big chief? The grand puba? The most powerful person on Earth? Oh, great master!

Dijon: Master? Master? Master Dijon? Oh, I like it! I really like it!


Mrs. Featherby: You've been invited to the annual banquet for your journey.

Scrooge McDuck: There's no way I can face those people. Every year, I tell them, "I'll find Collie Baba's treasure," and every time, I come back empty-handed.

Mrs. Featherby: But you did have it for a little while.

Scrooge McDuck: Does everyone have to remind me?

Mrs. Featherby: Sorry.


Genie: You call these party animals? They're lifeless!


Mrs. Featherby: There's a call for you, Mr. Scrooge.

Scrooge McDuck: What do they want?

Mrs. Featherby: They want to ask you about the treasure.

Scrooge McDuck: [picks up the phone and shouts into it] None of your business!

[slams the phone]


Dewey: What is that? A Mexican Jumping Lamp?


Louie: It's a genie, isn't it?

Dewey: It's not the tooth fairy.


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.


Launchpad: Please put your seats back in an upright position.

Scrooge McDuck: Just put the plane up in an upright position!


Huey: Can't he stay with us, Uncle Scrooge?

Dewey: Yeah.

Scrooge McDuck: Oh no! I'm not letting this oppurtunity slip from my fingers!

Dewey: But he's our friend.

Scrooge McDuck: Nonsense! A genie isn't a person! A genie is a... a thing!


Dijon: Where is everybody?

Merlock: They have vanished!

Dijon: But how?

Merlock: [shouts] With the lamp, you fool! And you will help me get it back...

[shows Dijon a group of giant scorpions]

Merlock: ...or their sting will seem like a tickle compared to mine.


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: Do you think we'll see a mummy?

Dijon: That reminds me, my mummy's expecting me. It's time for my nap.


Louie: I'm going to wish for a million wishes!

Genie: Get serious! That never works!


Huey: Wait a second. What about our wishes?

Genie: Wishes? Do I look like a birthday cake?

Huey: Oh, come on! You can't fool us! A genie is supposed to grant wishes.

Webby: That's three wishes for every master.

Genie: Oh, geez! Everyone remembers that part.


[last lines]

[Dijon makes his escape from Scrooge, his pants loaded to beyond capacity with what he could carry from the money bin]

Scrooge McDuck: Somebody stop those pants!


Launchpad: Forward, ho!

[They crash]

Launchpad: Reverse, ho!

Scrooge McDuck: If you don't stop crashing, I'll give you the heave ho!


Genie: I don't hear anything. I think they're gone.

Scrooge McDuck: Where are we?

Genie: Well, it's not exactly the Ritz...

Scrooge McDuck: Not the lamp?

Genie: I'm sorry about the mess. But you'll get used to it after a couple of thousand years. Could you move your elbow, please?

Scrooge McDuck: GET ME OUT OF HERE!


Scrooge McDuck: Launchpad! Look what you've done to these ancient ruins!

Launchpad: Well, it could've been worse - it could've been something new.


Huey: Gee, I guess one of us has got to wish for peace and happiness all over the world.

Genie: Hey. These are wishes, not miracles.


Huey: This is Geni... Gene, yeah, Gene.

Scrooge McDuck: You're new around here?

Genie: Yeah, kinda. I pretty much pop up every now and then.


[Upon Merlock's arrival, a bear's claw comes smashing through the door]

Scrooge McDuck: He's got a bear?

Genie: He IS the bear!


Scrooge McDuck: I cannot work, Mrs. Featherby. I'm going home.

Mrs. Featherby: But... wh-what about your lunch?

Scrooge McDuck: Sell it!

[slams door]


[during Launchpad's flight in the opening scene]

Scrooge McDuck: Launchpad, is this a stunt you learned in flight school?

Launchpad: Flight school?

Scrooge McDuck: You mean you never took flying lessons?

Launchpad: [lunkishly] Well, I took a crash course.

Scrooge McDuck: Now he tells me.


Genie: What's more important - a fortune or your life?

Scrooge McDuck: [thinking] Well...

Genie: Hey! It's not exactly a trick question.


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!


Merlock: You remember our magnificent old home?

Genie: Yeah, Casa De Coo-Coo.


Dijon: Whoever said money cannot buy peace of mind must have had the brain of a garbonzo bean.


Dijon: Everything smells delicious when you're rich!

[smells his cape]

Dijon: Even me!


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!


Scrooge McDuck: Genie, get ready to grant my last wish... and yours too. I wish... the genie... would turn into... a real boy.


Genie: I'm a boy! I'm a real boy! Now I can do all the things real boys do! Run through fields, play catch, roll over... wait, that's a dog.


Huey: I don't see anything, Uncle Scrooge.

Dewey: Not even a mirage.

Launchpad: Maybe we made a wrong turn at that last sand dune.


Merlock: At last, after all these centuries, the lamp will be mine again!

Dijon: Yes, yes! You will be more powerful than, than... locomotive! More faster than speeding bull! You will leap all buildings in a single town!


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.


Scrooge McDuck: Wiped out with a wish. If I ever get my money back, I promise I'll never make another wish for myself again.


Dijon: Good morning, Scrooge sir.

Scrooge McDuck: What's going on?

Dijon: At the urging of MY Genie, I have decided to seek my fortune.

Genie: I-I never thought he'd wish for your fortune, Mr. McDuck, I swear!

Scrooge McDuck: [looks at his lamp] But th-the lamp?... Gravy?

Dijon: [holds up the real lamp] That's right! I get the loot, you get the boot!


[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!


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!


Webby: After I'm done polishing my teapot, we can have a tea party with all my dollies.

Huey: Thanks for the warning.


Huey: I wish for the world's biggest ice cream sundae. Uh, but not too big.

Genie: Ice cream sundae, come on down!

[Ice cream and whipped cream fall from the sky and land in the kiddie pool, but a giant cherry lands on Huey's head]

Genie: Better watch out for that wind sheer.


Webby: Genie, you're gonna love playing tea party.

Genie: I know. I read all about it. Can I be the guy who dresses like an Indian and throws the tea off the boat?

Webby: No silly, not a Boston Tea Party.


Genie: Music! Food! Guacamole! It's a party! Gotta boogie! Gotta Bingo! I gotta get out of this lamp!

Scrooge McDuck: Can you keep quiet at all?

Genie: If you let me out, I'll be as quiet as a mouse and just as small.

Scrooge McDuck: Oh, all right!

[lets the genie out]

Genie: Hey! Look at that! A couple of single guys out on the town!

Scrooge McDuck: Guess again.

[puts genie in a little plant]

Scrooge McDuck: You can watch the ball from here. Otherwise, you go back in the lamp.

Genie: But what if I win the door prize? <


Scrooge McDuck: I can wish for the world's biggest diamond... no, the biggest diamond mine... no, no, all the diamond mines... no, the entire mining industry! I can see why this can take some careful thought.


Mrs. Beakley: If there's one thing I hate more than elephants in the house, it's rats!


Genie: [looks through an encyclopedia] Las Vegas must be some place if Caesar built his palace there!



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