TaleSpin (1990) s01e47 Episode Script

Bringing Down Babyface

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[airplane whirring]
Hey, Kit, how about
handing me my shades?
Whoa! Holy cow, Baloo,
these are parking tickets.
Aren't you scared
the police will get you?
The cops have got
better things to do
than bother upstanding citizens
like me.
You call taking parking laws
sitting down upstanding?
Small potatoes, Little Britches.
You see, I don't break any big laws.
The cops want real criminals,
gangsters involved in bank robberies,
high-speed chases, bombings.
I've got to admit,
you've never done any of that stuff.
Yeah, and I probably never will.
You won't catch me rubbing elbows
with any gangster types.
Babyface Half-Nelson?!
You just have to fly him from
Prison Island to Cape Suzette for trial.
But he's a big gangster.
He cracks safes with his head.
Oh, don't be such a baby.
He'll be handcuffed to an armed guard.
Well OK.
But how will I know which one is him?
He'll be wearing stripes, silly.
Now, I want you to do whatever
it takes to spring my Babyface,
and get him safely to our hideout.
I sure do miss him.
But, we ain't never
seen your son, Mrs. Half-Nelson.
What's he look like?
He'll have a twinkle in his eye
and the sweetest smile
you ever did see.
And he'll be wearing stripes,
you chuckleheads!
Now don't forget,
this is a big surprise for his birthday.
He doesn't know you're coming,
so don't blow it!
[tires screech]
Comb your hair, Half-Nelson.
You're going to trial.
Only Ma tells me
when to comb my hair, flatfoot.
Now behave yourself, fella.
Our ride's here.
Hey, I got something in my shoe,
do you mind?
OK, but don't try anything funny.
[muffled cries]
Good thing I don't wash my socks.
Time for some redecorating.
Hiya, officer.
Say, what happened to Half-Nelson?
He tried to escape,
so I subdued him.
In front of a prison?
Gangsters must be
pretty stupid, huh?
Let's get this show on the road, bud.
Yes, sir, officer,
I was just telling my little buddy, Kit,
the importance of obeying the law.
Obeying the law, huh?
Well, most of them.
I mean, you're not interested
in small fries like me, right, officer?
Where is that lousy handcuff key?
I mean, parking violations
are just small potatoes,
right, officer?
You're not saying much.
Does that mean they're
big potatoes, officer?
Just shut your trap, motor mouth.
I got official police business
to worry about back here!
Why you
Hey, big mouth,
give me a hand back here!
Anything you say, officer.
I mean, I scratch your back
and you scratch mine, right?
[both grunting]
The gun! Grab the gun!
You idiot!
Use the sock! The sock!
Hey, now that's some sock!
Looks like a bald head
wasn't all he was hiding.
He's not only a safe cracker,
but he's a pickpocket, too.
Upholding law and order
kind of makes me thirsty.
Watch him while I go get a soda.
But, officer, if he wakes up
he'll mangle me.
You want me to forget about
those parking tickets, don't you?
Stay asleep, stay asleep
Just at least till he gets back
[humming tune]
Who the heck are you?!
Me? Nobody.
Matter of fact, I was just leaving.
Help! Police!
Take it easy, will ya?
Help! Police!
[police siren]
I got him!
You're under arrest.
But I just subdued a dangerous criminal.
Wrong. You just subdued
Officer Malarkey.
Gee, it's a good thing I didn't tell
them about the parking tickets.
[police siren]
[Baloo] It was an honest mistake.
I keep my nose clean.
I pay my taxes.
In fact, this year,
I'll even pay twice.
[Malarkey] Well, you don't
look like the sort
that would run with
Half-Nelson's gang.
Not me, officer.
[officers crying]
[both] Tear gas!
He ain't wearing stripes!
It's him!
[both] Happy birthday!
Hey, what's going on?
We can't say.
Your ma said it's a surprise.
[both] Happy birthday.
[machine gun fire]
[tires squealing]
Calling all cars!
Calling all cars!
Be on the lookout
for a late-model jalopy.
Suspects are armed, dangerous
and wearing festive party hats.
Who's this joker?
Your son.
This isn't my son!
I told you he has a nice smile.
Hey, what's wrong with my smile?
Ma, I asked you not to do that
in front of the guys.
The cops are after me.
You're the only one who can help.
Why should I help you?
Because you got me into this mess!
I mean, because you're a swell guy?
You wouldn't mind going to the station
to help me clear my name?
Sure when pigs fly.
That means no, I bet.
Now he knows where our hideout is,
I guess we'll have to
clean his clock then.
No sense in staying
around here anymore.
I don't even know
where here is, anyway.
Cancel him.
[guns cock]
Hey, hey!
No roughhousing in the hideout.
I just waxed the floor.
- Hoo, boy.
- Cancel him outside.
You got anything to say
before I cream you?
Please don't cream me?
[Ma] Junior!
Ma, I'm working out here.
Hey, is that a spot on your shirt?
Hey, it is. Thanks.
That's what I call taking out the trash.
- Get him!
- [gunfire]
Bad time to be without my Sea Duck.
[glass shattering]
Sorry, we're closed.
[Malarkey grunts]
Sweet mother.
Boy, am I glad to see you guys.
We're glad to see you, too.
But I keep telling you,
I'm not a criminal!
Then why'd you sit on me again?
To break my fall?
Look, I've got to clear my name.
Just come with me, I'll show you
Half-Nelson's secret hideout!
OK, but this is your last chance, Baloo.
Uh-oh, Mrs. Half-Nelson's
not gonna like this.
Oh, now we gotta destroy the evidence
before the cops get here.
[Ma] This place needed
a good spring cleaning, anyhow.
[fuses sizzling]
It sounds like bacon on a griddle.
I can't see a thing.
[Baloo] Wait a minute.
Here's some matches.
About clearing my name never mind.
[radio announcer] Do not attempt
to apprehend Baloo the desperado,
as he is armed and dangerous.
Police have orders to shoot to kill.
- Aah!
- Aaah!
Shhh, it's me.
Oh, Baloo, how did you get yourself
into such trouble
over some parking tickets?
Becky! This has nothing to do
with parking tickets.
Then why'd they
impound the Sea Duck?
For evidence.
The cops think I helped
Babyface Half-Nelson escape!
- Did you?
- Of course not!
Well, why don't you just
tell the police the truth?
Because the last time I tried,
they kind of blew up.
Babyface is the only one
who can clear my name.
And I guess it's up to me to
find him.
[Kit] But where?
"Tiny's Grill."
Team, I've got a plan.
Say, bub, I'm looking for Half-Nelson.
The name's Tiny.
And I ain't never heard of him.
I said, "I'm looking for Half-Nelson!"
[clamoring, crashing]
I said, "I am looking for Half-Nelson!"
[all] He's out back!
How'd you stop him?
I didn't.
A truck hit him.
Oh, you sure there isn't
an easier way to clear your name?
A dead end!
We've been duped!
[both] Baloo!
Me and Ma don't like uninvited guests.
And me with my hair all a mess.
I'm going down.
Just who do you think you are
busting in here?
[clears throat]
This here mug is Mickey the Mangler,
and the dollface is Roxy.
And they call me, Pretty Boy Lloyd.
You don't look so pretty to me.
Yeah, well, Reasonably Attractive Lloyd
didn't have the same ring to it.
So, I hear you crack safes.
With my head.
What's it to you?
We got a big bank job coming up.
You want in?
If the job's big enough.
It's bigger than you think.
Now here's the address of the bank.
Be there at 10:00.
"Cape Suzette Nationel Bank."
Shouldn't there be two As
in "national," Baloo?
I was in a hurry.
Nail it good and tight.
Babyface is gonna walk into that police
station and get himself arrested.
And we'll collect the reward money.
Did somebody say money?
[clears throat]
Babyface, here's the plan.
You go in there and crack the safe.
What are you gonna do?
Wait out here and watch,
'cause I'm the boss, see?
[both gasp]
I give the orders.
You're just the help, see?
[Kit] Pssst Baloo!
[Becky] Pssst!
I-I-I'm so tough,
my moustache is scared of me.
You're no mobster.
You're that pilot clown.
[gun cocking]
[bullet ricochets]
Hey, hey,
What's the racket?
There he is, get him!
It's Baloo the desperado!
[bullets ricocheting]
- That was close.
- We need those guys!
We've gotta lead them
to Half-Nelson's hideout!
I'll try and wake them up.
You go get the Sea Duck.
Oh, wake up.
Oh, please, you gotta wake up!
[engines starting]
Free donuts!
It's him!
This time we stop him for good.
[police siren]
We gotta get Half-Nelson
before he gets his ma and skips town.
[Becky] We'll never catch him.
He's in the sewer.
Oh yeah? Watch this.
He just flew in the sewer.
It's a dirty job,
but somebody's got to do it.
Calling all cars!
Calling all cars!
Suspect headed toward
Fifth and Sewer under Main.
Attempt to intercept.
What's that up ahead?
It's not a welcoming committee.
[ding, ding]
Red means stop!
For cars, Becky.
We're in a plane.
[Malarkey bellowing]
Look out for that birch!
- [birds screeching]
- [officers shouting]
That was close.
Maybe we should turn ourselves in.
Oh, lighten up, Becky.
There's nothing left.
They've thrown everything
but the kitchen sink.
Look out!
I really wish you hadn't said that.
Could've been a bathtub.
Will you be quiet?!
I'm almost home, Ma!
Ah, ha ha!
So long, suckers!
[all shout]
[police siren approaching]
[Babyface screams]
Ooh, I just swept this place.
We got 'em, fellas!
Here's your reward for the capture
of Babyface Half-Nelson
and his gang.
Thanks, officer.
I told you I wasn't a criminal.
Hey! My reward money.
Right, which should just about cover
your parking tickets.
OK, you got me.
I'll never break another small potato
law for as long as I live.
Because you learned that little crimes
are real crimes, too?
No, because it's too expensive.
[men vocalizing]
Another tale to spin
Another tale to spin
[men vocalizing]
[man chuckling]
TaleSpin ♪
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