The Aristocats

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The Aristocats is a 1970 animated feature produced and released by Walt Disney Productions. The story revolves around a family of aristocratic cats, and how an alley cat acquaintance helps them after their butler kidnapped them to gain his mistress' fortune which was meant to go to the cats.

Directed by Wolfgang Reitherman. Written by Ken Anderson.


[as the kittens try to get through their pet door]
Berlioz: Wait for me! Wait for me!
Marie: Me first! Me first!
Toulouse: Why should you be first?
Marie: 'Cause I'm a lady. That's why.
Toulouse: [scoffs] You're not a lady.
Berlioz: [grabs Marie's tail] You're nothin' but a sister!
Marie: I'll show you if I'm a lady or not.

Edgar: [sings as he puts sleeping pills in the cat's cream]
Rock-a-bye kitties. Bye-bye you go. [looks at the instructions on the bottle, then casually throws in more pills]
La la la la, and I'm in the dough!
Oh, Edgar, you sly old fox!
[hums as he finishes the cream]

[Duchess and her kittens are trapped]
Toulouse: I told you it was Edgar.
Berlioz: Aw, shut up, Toulouse!

Lafayette: I still say it was a li'l old cricket bug.
Napoleon: I'm the leader! I'll decide what it was! [pause] It was a li'l old cricket bug.

Napoleon: Now you go for the tires, and I'll go right for the seat of the problem.
Lafayette: Now, how come you always get the tender part? [He stumbles on his own ear]
Napoleon: Because I outrank you, that's why. Now stop beating your gums and sound the attack!
[Lafayette barks several times]
Napoleon: No, that's mess call!
Lafeyette: Ha ha, makin' a mess of it huh?
Napoleon: YOU can be REPLACED, you know.

[Roquefort arrives in the alley where Scat Cat and his gang hang out; Scat Cat snatches him and holds him up.]
Scat Cat: What's a little swinger like you doin' on our side of town?
Roquefort: Oh, please, I was sent here for help! By a cat!
Scat Cat: Why this is outrageous! It's crazy!
Roquefort: Honest! He told me just to mention his name!
Billy Boss: So? Start mentioning names, rodent!
Roquefort: Oh, now, wait a minute. D-don't rush me. His name is- O'Toole.
Scat Cat: I don't dig him. Strike one.
Roquefort: O... O'Brien!
Scat Cat: Strike two.
Roquefort: Oh, boy. You believe me, don't you?
Hit Cat: Keep talkin', Mousy.
Roquefort: How about... O... Grady?
Scat Cat: Mousy, you just struck out. [points a claw at Roquefort] Any last words?
Roquefort: Oh, why did I listen to that O'Malley cat?!

Lafeyette: D-D-D-D-Did y' see him?
Napoleon: No, no, he sneaked up behind me and tailgated me.
Lafeyette: Well he didn't hurt me; he hit me on the head!

O'Malley: Ya know something? I like Uncle Waldo.
Duchess: Especially when he's marinated.

Napoleon: SHH. Listen. Sounds a one-wheeled old....
Lafeyette: A one-wheeled what?
Napoleon: You're not gonna believe this, but it's a one-wheeled haystack! And there it goes!

[last lines]
Lafayette: Hey, Napoleon, that sounds like the end.
Napoleon: Wait a minute. I'm the leader. I'll say when it's the end.
[the words "The End" hit him on the head]
Napoleon: It's the end.

[During "Ev'rybody Wants to be a Cat" Berlioz and Shun Gon play the piano. The latter plays an East Asian riff using two pairs of chopsticks]
Shun Gon: Shanghai Hong Kong egg foo young! [giggles] Fortune Cookie always wrong! [giggles again and looks at Berlioz] Oh, what a hard one!


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