Ducktales (1987) s01e62 Episode Script

Spies in Their Eyes

- Life is like a hurricane - Here in Duckburg - Racecars, lasers, airplanes - it's a duck-blur - Might solve a mystery - Or rewrite history - DuckTales Ooh-woo-ooh - Every day they're out there making - DuckTales Ooh-woo-ooh - Tales of derring-do Bad and good luck tales - D-d-d-danger - Watch behind you - There's a stranger out to find you - What to do? Just grab on to some - DuckTales Ooh-woo-ooh - Every day they're out there making - DuckTales Ooh-woo-ooh - Tales of derring-do Bad and good luck tales - Ooh-woo-ooh Not ponytails or cotton tails, no - DuckTales Ooh-woo-ooh - - DuckTales Ooh-woo-ooh - [man] The target should be in range any time now, Mr.
It's such a wonderful day to make something go "kablooey.
" [Humming] - A sailor's life for me "Attack Periscope Experimental.
" That's my baby.
[Man] All hands, battle stations! - [Alarm ringing] - Battle stations! - Stand by to dive! - [Indistinct chatter] - Attack sonar engaged.
- Attack computers engaged.
Dive, dive, dive! Activate the Attack Periscope Experimental.
Ow! Aah! Target range 1-5-double O, Admiral Grimitz.
Bring her to 100 feet, slow to one third.
- Prepare to launch guided torpedoes.
- [Crashing] Target destroyed, admiral.
[Chuckles] I just love it when things go kablooey.
The Navy's gonna want McDuck Industries to build a lot of these secret submarines.
Tell the carrier she can pick us up.
Now remember, men, this mission is top secret.
A big hush-hush on this one.
'Cause we know what loose lips do, don't we? [All] Sink ships, sir! [Grimitz] That's right.
So when you're on shore leave in Singapore, say nothing to no one, no how.
[All] Aye-aye, sir! [Man] Spices! Fresh spices from India, Africa, and China.
Spices! [Dewey] Won't Uncle Donald be surprised to find us waiting for him in Singapore? Aye, lad.
Especially since he's here on a secret mission for the Navy.
A secret mission? Uncle Donald? Wowee! If it's a secret, then how did you find out about it, Uncle Scrooge? That's a secret, too.
Oh, boy.
Secret missions, Singapore, spies around every corner [all] Yeah! [Scrooge] Now, lads, don't let your imaginations run away with you.
[German accent] I love spying! Spying is my life.
And he's the one that I want.
The one in charge of the experimental periscope.
Are you for sure you can make him do it? [Foreign accent] Remove those sunglasses, Victor, and I will prove it.
Ha! No way.
Even the sharpest mind, the strongest will powers cannot resist the eyes of Cinnamon Teal.
Say "cheese!" Or say "worms in the water.
" [Nephews] Uncle Donald! I don't believe it! Boys! What are you doing here? Surprising you! Aye, we thought we'd spend your shore leave with you.
This wouldn't have anything to do with a certain secret submarine, would it Uncle Scrooge? - Oops.
- Secret submarine? Now that you mention it, Donald, my boy, how did Admiral Grimitz like my submarine? - Your submarine? - Forget it, Uncle Scrooge.
That mission is a big hush-hush.
I know.
Loose beaks cause leaks.
But I built that blasted submarine.
I need those Navy contracts to get back my investment.
- Aw, come on, Uncle Scrooge - Stop talking business.
Yeah, let's have fun.
[All] Yeah, fun.
But talking business is how I have fun.
We will wait until he is alone.
Good night, Uncle Donald.
Bye, Uncle Donald.
Good night, boys.
Good night.
Be up in a minute, laddies.
- Now, about my submarine - Uh-uh.
That's a secret, Uncle Scrooge.
I know, I know.
What I want to say is, well I am proud of you, Donald.
It takes a real man to keep a secret.
Especially from me.
That's a real compliment, Uncle Scrooge.
Especially from you.
See you, Uncle Scrooge.
- See you, sailor.
- [Humming] - A sailor's life for me The Navy's made Donald into quite a lad.
I'll have to speak to Admiral Grimitz about the fine job he's doing.
First thing in the morning.
Oh, boy, Singapore.
- The night is young and i'm old enough [Cinnamon] Hello, sailor.
Hiya, toots.
Look into my eyes.
What are you trying to do? Hypnoti - [Cinnamon] Get in, darling.
- Your wish is my command, toots.
Give him his instructions.
Listen carefully, you will return to your ship.
[Victor] Not yet, there's more.
[Cinnamon] Speak to no one.
Boy, you must've had a good time tonight.
Speechless, huh? You did have a good time.
[chuckling] Go to the secret submarine hidden within your ship.
Slip unnoticed into the submarine's control room.
Use your clearance code numbers to remove the master computer link from the secret periscope.
Hide it under your hat.
Under your hat, stupid.
Now, return to the city.
[Beeping] Back for more, huh, big guy? [Cinnamon] Go to the Cloak and Dagger Club on the street of the retching camel and deliver the computer link to me.
Secrets, effendi, your choice.
Only 50 dollars American.
Tomorrow night, the Kaldevian Embassy.
Tell no one.
The seagull perches on the steeple in the rain.
- Hiya, toots.
- Well done, sailor.
Well done.
- Thanks, toots.
- [Victor] Get rid of him.
Quickly! Once you step outside, you will come out of your trance and you will remember nothing.
- Now go.
- See ya, toots.
Give me the computer link.
Not so fast, Victor Loser.
First, the documents.
Yes, of course, my dear Cinnamon.
Evidence that would put you in prison in exchange for the device that would put me in the espionage hall of fame.
Now, leave by the back door like the rest of the garbage.
See you around, Cinnamon.
Keep an eye out for me.
Ooh What's happened? What am I doing here? Hope I had fun.
- [Man] There he is! - Hey, what's the big idea? [Footsteps approaching] - You're under arrest, pal.
- What? What for? Espionage and high treason.
Bang, bang, kaboom! [laughs] Kablooey.
[Making gunfire noises] Kablooey, kablooey, kablooey! Good morning, Admiral Grimitz.
Huh Mr.
Civilian McDuck.
Just practicing maneuvers.
- Wow, toys! - Yeah! All right! I got the blue ones! Dive, dive! Target away! - Ha! You missed! - [Groans] At ease, little sailors.
This isn't a game.
These are my Pentagon-issued naval battle simulators.
Leave the admiral's toys alone, lads.
So, Admiral Grimitz, has the Navy decided to buy my sub? No, the Navy's decided to court martial your nephew.
Court martial Donald? Why? He stole the secret computer link to your secret submarine.
If the other side gets a hold of it, your ship building contracts go kablooey.
Uncle Donald didn't do it! - Yeah! - Yeah! No way! Sorry, little sailors, but we have photographic evidence.
Caught him red-handed in black and white on the surveillance camera.
- [Scrooge] He looks strange, somehow.
- I've always thought so, too.
Ooh Woe is me.
Woe is me.
Ooh - [Scrooge] Donald! - [Boys] Uncle Donald! Uncle Scrooge, boys! I didn't do it! We know you're innocent.
You may be a blabbermouth, but not a blabbermouth that'd sell out his country or his favorite uncle.
You'd never be a spy, would you, Uncle Donald? Of course not! All I remember is looking into a beautiful woman's eyes.
Next thing I knew, I was arrested.
That he was.
Coming out of the Cloak and Dagger Club of all places.
You say you looked into a woman's eyes, then don't remember anything? - [Donald] Uh-huh.
- I'd say you've been hypnotized.
Ha! That's a good one.
Hypnosis? Bibbidi-bobbidi-boo! [laughs] Hypnosis? It's when you walk around in a daze and don't know what you're doing.
That sounds like Uncle Donald, all right.
Don't worry, Donald, we'll get to the bottom of this.
Hurry, Uncle Scrooge.
They're going to court martial me at noon.
I'm afraid your nephew's career in the Navy is, well, kablooey, if you know what I mean.
- [Indistinct chatter] - The Cloak and Dagger Club.
Never a more despicable den of spies in the entire world.
Secrets, effendi.
Only 50 dollars American.
Do you know about the secret submarine? The master computer link was stolen last night.
Mmm That is a secret worth knowing.
That'll be 50 bucks.
Certainly, effendi.
A most reasonable price.
Gee! This spy business is all right.
Tomorrow night, the Kaldevian Embassy.
Tell no one.
The seagull perches on the steeple in the rain.
And frogs fly in the wind.
Very good.
What do you wish to know, chum? What do you know of a beautiful woman with hypnotic eyes? That could only be Miss Cinnamon Teal.
You stay here, boys.
A-ha! How dare you burst in on me that way! It's a bit difficult to knock on a beaded curtain.
What do you want, stranger? I've come to find out why you hypnotized my nephew into stealing that secret sub computer link.
Me? Why, I'm not a spy.
Just look into my innocent eyes.
Ha! You have to get up pretty early in the morning to put one over on old Scrooge McDuck.
I'm not putting one over on you.
I'm putting one under on you.
Whoa! If Cinnamon Teal thinks dumping me in the cellar is going to get rid of me, she Aah! could be right.
I'd better destroy the evidence against me before anyone else comes around.
What? He tricked me! These documents are fake! Victor Loser still has the real documents.
Uncle Scrooge? We all saw him go in here.
There must be another way out.
- Hey, look! - Pull it and see what happens.
Whoa! [Both screaming] Hey, wait for me! [Screaming] [Boys continue screaming] [Boys continue screaming] [All gasp] [Huey] Let go of my Uncle Scrooge! [All grunting, groaning] [Cinnamon] Stop it.
All of you.
Stranger, I need your help.
You have a mighty strange way of asking for it.
This is my cousin, Ho.
[All] Hi, Ho! We've already met.
In fact, we're very close.
Now, young lady, why should I help you? The one who has your computer link also has documents belonging to me.
If we trust each other, we can both get what we want.
Look me in the eye and say that.
No! Don't look me in the eye.
[Chuckling] Well, I suppose I'll just have to trust you.
[Grimitz] What a wonderful day for a court martial, Mr.
[Donald wails] Woe is me, woe is me.
[Grimitz] Seaman Donald Duck, you have been found guilty of high treason and espionage.
And for that, it's my sad duty to drum you out of the Navy.
I said, "Drum you out of the Navy.
" - [Drumming stops] - Turn in your duffel bag, traitor.
Ooh [wails] My stripes.
[Scrooge] Wait, Admiral Grimitz, I have proof that Donald is innocent.
Proof? What kind of proof? I brought the lass who hypnotized him.
Oh, I don't believe in that hocus pocus, Mr.
Look into my eyes, admiral.
Aw, nobody can be hypnoti Now, admiral, you are a dainty ballerina.
Your wish is my command.
[Chuckling] I love spying, and I'm not lying.
Stop dancing, my little ballerina, and awake.
- What's this? - Hypnosis, Admiral Grimitz.
And proof my nephew Donald was not responsible for his actions.
Unless, of course, you really are a ballerina.
- [Alarm ringing] - What's that? The secret submarine! - Someone's stealing it! - My kablooey machine! - What are your orders, admiral? - Somebody do something! I'll save it, Admiral Grimitz! [Shouts] Don't give up the ship, Seaman Duck.
Aye-aye, sir.
Come to papa, my secret sub.
Soon you will be mine.
[Cackling] And I will sell you to the highest bidder.
You boys stay on the carrier where it's safe.
Now a-sailing we will go.
[Chuckles] Dive, dive! Who am I talking to? I am the captain and the crew.
Hey, what's going on? Aah! So nice of you to drop in and tie yourself up, Seaman Dumkoff.
Let me out of this! What's the big idea? I like tying almost as much as I like spying.
Weigh anchor! We'll block the port with the carrier.
Nobody gets past me, little sailors.
The sub has to be close by.
[Scrooge] A-ha! It's coming up.
They think they can stop me with a carrier when I got the super torpedoes? You'll never get away with this.
And who is going to stop me? [Grunting] [Cinnamon] Victor is going to fire torpedoes at the aircraft carrier.
[Scrooge] My wee laddies are on that ship! I may fire when I'm ready.
And I'm ready! Torpedoes! [Speaking German] The torpedoes.
They're chasing us! Take a swim, lass.
It's safer than driving with me.
Well, there's plenty more where those came from.
Fire torpedoes.
[speaks German] Uh, what was I saying again? Say, what's going on here? Hiya, toots.
[Grimitz] Well, it's all over and nothing important went kablooey.
These must be your documents, Cinnamon.
Take him away.
I can't thank you enough, Scroogie.
Here's your court martial papers, Seaman Duck.
And here's the Navy contracts for 20 more submarines, Mr.
Just what I've been waiting for.
And this is what I've been waiting for.
And this is what I've been waiting for.
[Boys] Yey! [Clears throat] "Seaman Donald Duck, you have been found guilty of high treason, and" Hear! These aren't ship building contracts! You tore up my contracts! [Wailing and grumbling]