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All Dogs Go to Heaven part 4 Giving money to the poor

Quotes with pictures CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Robin Hood says to Little John, "This sheriff is a bimbo.
Let's knock him off and take the gold. We'll give it to the poor suckers who got took in the first place." ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Hey, BOSS! Where do you get that stuff? What kind of hood gives dough to the poor without taking his cutgives dough to the poor without taking his cut? ANNE-MARIE: I like this story, mr. Itchy. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: You would. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Shut up! I'm trying to get the brat to sleep. ANNE-MARIE: Then what happens? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Well, then, uh uh. Give me that. All the poor people was happy because they wasn't poor now. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: But this hood guy's out 50%. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: So what? His doll loved him all the more. ANNE-MARIE: Was she pretty? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ha ha! She was to die for! ANNE-MARIE: Ah! CHARLIE B. BARKIN: But the whole gang wondered, would maid Marian marry him? And she did. Ha! Now go to sleep, huh? Mr. Itchy and I got to talk some business. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Boss, let's get something straight about the kid. ANNE-MARIE: Good night, mr. Itchy! ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Good night, kid! I don't like this. We're reading fairy tales to a little time bomb like she was bo peep and... ohh! We could stash her at the old church. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ha ha! Would you relax? Carface ain't gonna look for her here. He thinks I'm dead, remember? Now, get some sleep, pal. Tomorrow we take this little time bomb To the horse track, and we make ourselves a fortune! ANNE-MARIE: Horsies? Ha ha ha! CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Now look what you've done! Eight o'clock! ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Ok, boss, eight. I'll be there. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Here. Now go to sleep, huh? ANNE-MARIE: Charlie, would you please tuck me in? Please? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ha. Yeah. ANNE-MARIE: Charlie, may I please have a good night kissmay I please have a good night kiss? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: What? Oh! Sure. Yuck! Blech! Yuck! ANNE-MARIE: Thank you for rescuing me. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ah. Ha ha. Sure. It was, it was nothing, kid. Hey, squeaker, knock it off. ANNE-MARIE: I'm sorry. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ohwahh! ANNE-MARIE: Charlie, your front seat hurts me. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Oh, yeah? Ahem. All right. All right. All right. Dames. ANNE-MARIE: Thank you, Charlie. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Uh-Huh. Now, uh, go to sleep, huh? ANNE-MARIE: Dear god... CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Oh, no! ANNE-MARIE: Thank you so much for my new best friend Charlie. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Oh! ANNE-MARIE: And thank you for sending him to rescue me. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Psst! Hey! ANNE-MARIE: God bless mr. Itchy. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Yeah, bless Itchy. ANNE-MARIE: And god bless Charlie. Amen. Oh, and please help me find a mommy and daddyplease help me find a mommy and daddy. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Uh! Whoo! ANNE-MARIE: Charlie? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: What? ANNE-MARIE: Do you think you could help me find a mommy and daddy? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Kid, I'll help you find the lost city of Atlantis! Just please, please go to sleep! ANNE-MARIE: Charlie? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: What? ANNE-MARIE: I have to go to the bathroom. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ha ha. Of course. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Anne-Marie, cupcake, sweetheart. Please, just talk to the horsiePlease, just talk to the horsie, huh? Talk to mr. Horsie. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Boss, maybe she only talks to rats. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: She talked to me, didn't she? ITCHY ITCHIFORD: She talk to you that makes you a rat! Ha ha ha! CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ha ha ha! ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Ok! Ok! Maybe horses is too stupid to talk. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Aha! What did she say? ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Hey, listen, try that again, you, and you are glue! CHARLIE B. BARKIN: What did she say? ANNE-MARIE: You sound just like mr. Carface. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: What? He's a criminal. D- D-D-Did he read you stories? Did he give you a comfortable bed? Did he kiss you good night? I rescued you. Besides, we're giving the money to the poorwe're giving the money to the poor. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Boss! CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Sharing it with the poor. ANNE-MARIE: Like Robin Hood? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Just like in the story. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Just like in the story. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: And another thing, if you're serious about this mommy and daddy business, you're going to need dough of your own, new dresses, new shoes. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: I know these things. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Nobody wants a scrawny little doll in rags. ANNE-MARIE: Promise you'll help me find a mommy and daddy? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: I promise. ANNE-MARIE: Oh, Charlie! ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Good shape for a little kid. ANNE-MARIE: Isn't that wonderful? ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Don't pick me up. Put me down. ANNE-MARIE: Excuse me. Could you tell me which one of you is going to win today's race? We'll give the money to the poor and buy me a new dress so I can get some parents. Who? Oh, how nice. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Well, what is it? ANNE-MARIE: It's the Grand Chawhee's birthday. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Chee haw who? ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Huh? Cha who? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Chee. Chee haw. ANNE-MARIE: No. Chawhee! It's his birthday. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Who do you think is going to win? ANNE-MARIE: He is. But you mustn't tell. It's a surprise. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: I'll say! Can we trust this horse? Ok, ok! The Grand Chawhee, Choo Haw, Chaw hee hee, hoo haw by surprise. Let's go place the bet. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: With what dough, boss? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Itchy! Let's see here. All we need is a couple of bucksa couple of bucks. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: A couple of bucks, a couple of bucks. ANNE-MARIE: A couple, a couple. Mmm! Yeah! A mom and dad! CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Yeah, right. Sure, kid. Nope! Too thin! ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Too fat. Hee hee hee! ANNE-MARIE: Oh, look! Charlie! They're perfect! CHARLIE B. BARKIN: You know, kid, I think you're right. Wait right here. Itchy. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Boss, a number 17? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: No, no, Itchy. A number 3. ITCHY ITCHIFORD: A number 3? The lame dog? Ha ha ha! Oh, boss! My feet is killing me! KATE: Hey! Oh, Harold! The poor little thing. HAROLD: Cute little fella. What's wrong, boy? ANNE-MARIE: Itchy! Itchy! Are you ok? KATE: Oh! Is this your dog? ANNE-MARIE: Well, kind of. Itchy, what's the matter? ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Oh! Oh! ANNE-MARIE: Itchy! ITCHY ITCHIFORD: Boss, what do I do? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Ham it up more. We almost got it. ANNE-MARIE: Let me see your paw. HAROLD: Oh, he's ok. CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Hey, I got it! Let's go! ANNE-MARIE: Itchy! HAROLD: Seems to be just fine. KATE: What's your name, little girl? ANNE-MARIE: Anne-Marie. Pleased to meet you. I'm getting a new dress. KATE: That's nice, dear. Where are your parents? CHARLIE B. BARKIN: Squeaker, let's go. ANNE-MARIE: But I want to talk... CHARLIE B. BARKIN: We'll miss Chawhee's birthday.


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All Dogs Go to Heaven part 1
  2 Business partner
2 Business partner
  3 Come back
3 Come back
  4 Giving money to the poor
4 Giving money to the poor
 
5 Grand Chawhee to win
5 Grand Chawhee to win
  6 Stolen wallet
6 Stolen wallet
  7 Little girl need a doctor
7 Little girl need a doctor
  8 Something for squeaker
8 Something for squeaker