TaleSpin (1990) s01e50 Episode Script

Louie's Last Stand

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Walters' turn. Speak.
Yes, Mr. Khan.
I'm investing my $20,000 budget
in petroleum.
What with planes and automobiles,
a definite growth industry.
What are you doing
with your money, Harmond?
Electronics, sir.
Telephones, radios, phonographs.
The wave of the future.
To be sure.
And Benson?
[clears throat] I plan to invest
in glow in the dark sunglasses.
They're easy to find
during a power failure.
Fascinating, Benson.
And then once you've found them,
you wear them in the dark?
Stop laughing.
Think harder, Benson.
Good day, gentlemen.
Oh, I made a total fool of myself.
Aw, it happens, Dougie.
You need a break, cowboy.
Let me take you somewhere really fun.
[engine roars]
[upbeat music playing]
So, is this place great, or what?
I've got to find a way
to impress Mr. Khan.
[scat singing]
[scat singing]
- [music stops]
- [cheers and applause]
Maybe a hot investment
or a new product.
All right!
Hit it, Montgomery!
[playing upbeat song]
[crowd applauds]
Hey, what's with the flamin' pastry?
To celebrate the fifth anniversary
of this run-down shack
you call a nightclub.
[all cheering]
Has it been five years already?
Five years ago, right here,
I downed my first fruit juice.
Ha! I bet you didn't pay me
for that one, either!
How about a hot business to take over?
Cats and kittens,
I remember when I left Cape Suzette and
moved out to this deserted hunk of rock.
Everybody said I'd fail.
But you fly boys
stuck with me like a bad habit.
And I just want you to know
I really do appreciate your money!
Hold on. This is it, Walters.
- I'll invest right here.
- What?
You! Ape!
The name's Louie, three piece.
Listen, I want to buy
your little place here.
I can offer you, say, 5,000 dollars.
[chuckles] Hey, catch this, folks.
This little wheeze wants my place
for five G's.
Well? What do you say?
I say K-N-O-W. No.
How about, uh, nine? Ten?
A big fat hen.
OK. Twenty thousand.
That's my final offer.
Well, here's my final answer.
No sale?
A pleasure not doing
business with ya, cousin.
Stop laughing!
That ape tried to make me look foolish.
I think you beat him to the punch.
[woman] Well, actually,
he has a squatter's deed.
What's that mean?
Well, it renews itself each year
so long as this Louie remains
on the island property.
It expires tomorrow night.
What if he leaves?
Well, then, anyone
who puts up a building on the land
could inherit the deed.
Yes! Ooh!
Don't laugh.
[elevator bell dings]
Mr. Khan? Mr. Khan?
I'll show that ape.
Ah, Khan's stationery.
"Do whatever Mr. Benson asks."
Signed "Shere Khan."
I never knew
I had so many friends, Baloo.
Look at these gifts.
Uh, excuse us, Louie.
We forgot something in the Sea Duck.
Oh, yeah, yeah.
Be right back.
Don't let the party die. [laughs]
Oh, say, junior, no hard feelings
about last night, huh?
No. I don't want
to buy your island anymore.
Well, then, that's just fine.
I'm going to take it.
Man, you don't give up.
If you're off this island
tonight at midnight,
you lose your lease.
Well, that may be, cuz,
but I'm not going anywhere.
Oh? You will when my friends get here.
[laughs] You hear that?
This little sprout's
gonna throw me out.
Stop laughing! I'll do it.
Right. You and whose army?
Shere Khan.
His Elite Pilot Force
will be here at high noon.
Will you look at the time?
[coughs] I think I'm getting a cold.
I've got a vacation coming, Louie.
See? No one is stupid enough
to risk the wrath of Khan.
Hey hey!
Happy anniversary, Louie.
Say, what'd you do to the party?
Can you imagine?
Everyone just took off
on account of because Khan is sending
some goons to take over my place.
- We'll stick with ya.
- OK.
We got two hours.
Let's think up a plan.
OK, what do we do?
Give up?
Maybe we can make
some defenses or something.
If you're smart,
you'll make tracks.
Look who's laughing now. [laughs]
No, junior.
Look who's leaving now.
I wonder why Khan suddenly
wants you out of business.
Hey, the guy's just ruthless.
Yeah, but ugly Dougly
is right about my deed, though.
If those goons throw me off the island
before midnight, I lose it all.
- I gotta stop 'em, man.
- Then let's get cracking, Jack.
Thirty-eight, 39, 40.
Ooh. Khan wants you out bad.
Well, we're ready for him.
Listen up.
This letter puts me in charge.
Now I have two goals.
One, erect a headquarters over there.
And two, evict the three people
inside that building.
Follow me.
Stop laughing!
You! You go first.
That does it. Forward!
I thought you said
there were only three of them.
[Benson] I don't get it.
Well?! Get them!
All clear sir.
It's over, Louie. We have you.
[Louie] No, cuz.
We have you.
[both] Whoa!
Whoa! Hey! Whoa! Whoa!
[Baloo] Kid, the balcony, quick!
- What now?
- Grab some tree and follow me.
Climb. Climb. We've got them.
They're still coming.
To the penthouse!
[grunts] Walk on your own feet, fella.
Give up! I've got more pilots
than you have furniture.
He's right, pal.
We're up a tree without a paddle.
It's over.
Well, it's over. Surrender.
I have not yet begun to bite.
- You a swinger, Baloo?
- The swingingest.
Then take it, fuzzy.
Adios, bye-bye.
Ah, my future's so bright,
I've got to wear shades.
Shoddy workmanship.
They don't make things
like they used to.
What are you looking at?
After them! After them!
Rebuild it
and sturdier this time.
What a poindexter.
We lost them for now.
Hey, skyjackers, over here!
What'd you do that for?
I built a super-duper trap
up there years ago.
If we can get to it,
these bozos will never win.
Come on.
What's this doing out here?
My sightseeing railroad.
Never finished it.
Oh, yeah, just what the doctor ordered.
- Oh, no, man, leave it.
- Huh?
There they go.
And they even left us transportation.
Get them!
[Baloo] Why should they ride
while we go on foot?
[Louie laughs] You'll see.
One of these days
I'm gonna have to put in that tunnel.
Oh, man, somebody in this basket
could go on a diet.
And his initials are "Baloo."
Hey, I'm just big for my age.
Yeah, right.
Must be the Stone Age.
I am not that heavy.
[Kit grunts]
One, two, one, two.
- Hoo boy, we'd better skedaddle.
- Just a second.
We've got them now.
One, two, one, two,
one, two, one
[wheels squeaking]
Two, one, two, one,
two, one, two, one
Don't just stand there.
Re-splice the line.
Look, we're getting a little tired
taking your lumps.
So, splice it yourself, Dougie.
[all laugh]
Ever since I was five years old,
people have laughed at me.
"Little Dougie, what a nobody."
[mock laughter]
Well, I'm somebody now.
'Cause I've got this.
So if you jokers
want to keep your pathetic jobs,
you'll do what I say.
Got it?
Yes, sir.
Miss Greeley,
send for my Elite Pilot Squad.
[woman] Sir, they're still on that
special mission you requested.
I requested?
[panting] I don't know
how much farther I can go, Louie.
Well, let's rest a sec, cuz.
[Kit] Man, those guys don't quit.
Yeah. [sighs]
Maybe we should.
I agree.
Sorry, sport fans. No can do.
Everything I love is here.
Good music, good times, good friends.
I'm not giving it up, man.
Not even to Shere Khan.
But we can't run anymore.
- Don't have to. We're here.
- Where?
My super-duper trap.
A whole lot of loggin'
to knock their noggins.
All I got to do
is give this little thing a jerk,
and those jerks go bye-bye.
Then do it, my man.
[wheels squeaking]
This is your super-duper trap?
OK, so it's rusty.
Hey, relax.
Just give me a boost.
Oh, no!
[all shouting]
Hey, hey!
Nice shot, Little Britches.
[Kit] But not nice enough.
That's it. No more Mr. Nice Doug.
Send up the fighter planes.
I want those clowns shot.
[panting] Maybe they won't
find us in the dark.
[electricity buzzing]
Hey, it's on a timer.
[bullets ricochet]
Give it up, Louie!
You're mine!
- Never.
- Give it up, Louie.
He's got us.
Just one more hour, Baloo, and I win.
Don't be crazy, Louie.
[electrical buzzing]
One more time.
[Louie grunting]
OK, OK, you win.
Call them off.
You did it!
You did it, Dougie boy!
[clears throat] I mean, Douglas.
[electricity buzzing]
[buzzing stops]
[clock ticking]
I'm sure gonna miss this place.
It's five minutes to midnight.
You three, into the boat, now.
Yeah, yeah, OK.
You mind if I take a few mementos?
Fine. Just be quick about it.
Well, I guess I'll take the juicer.
My Tiki mask.
- Oh, yeah, and
- Louie, don't forget your grass mat.
No, I don't want that, man.
Your lucky grass mat, Louie?
Oh, right. My lucky mat.
I'll give you a hand.
Let's make like a tree
and get out of here.
It's one minute to midnight.
They'll never catch us.
- [Benson] Stop!
- No way, Monet. We're home free.
Maybe you are,
but your club isn't!
Huh? My club?
I took the opportunity
of dynamiting your beloved dump.
Forget it, Louie.
It's just a building.
No, kid, it's Louie's whole life.
[singsong] Thirty seconds.
All right, Doug-lips.
I'll leave.
- Just promise not to hurt my club.
- Deal.
I built that place by hand, you know?
- From bits and pieces I found.
- Yeah, yeah.
On the other hand,
you have been quite a nuisance.
I think I'll blow up the club
anyway! [laughs]
No, no!
No boom-boom?
[stammers] Mr. Khan, sir.
Quelle surprise.
What happened to my pilots?
They did it, sir.
Just the two of them?
- The kid helped.
- I'm impressed.
Explain yourself, Benson.
I acquired this money-making island
for you, sir.
No, you forged my name,
misused employees,
broke a verbal deal
and your suit is not up to standard.
All done with your best interests
in mind, Mr. Khan.
In my best interest, Benson,
you are terminated.
[studders] Terminated?
I apologize
for young Benson's excess zeal.
Hey, Khany, nothing we couldn't handle.
Fire me? Humiliate me?
Laugh at me?
I'll show them.
Khan? Louie?
Get out here!
Pay attention, you toads.
Tonight, Douglas Benson
gets the last laugh.
- Not again.
- Duck!
Too late!
- What happened?
- I sort of moved the dynamite.
[both laugh]
[bird laughing]
Stop laughing.
Ha ha ha!
Hit it, shortstop.
[electricity buzzing]
You see, Baloo?
Light does make right.
[men vocalizing]
Another tale to spin
Another tale to spin
[men vocalizing]
[man chuckling]
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