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for you. Pardon the expression, but you look like something the cat dragged in, you know? Hey, you all right?
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: Yeah, I guess so.
TONY TOPONI: Listen, you go running off like that and you're gonna get yourself seriously lost.
Stick with me, okay? Hey, hey, hey. Hey! What, we engaged or something?
TANYA: Why can't we try to find Fievel, Papa?
TANYA: Just try! I know, Papa. Play your violin. Play Fievel's song.
PAPA: Oy, Tanya.
TANYA: Maybe he'll hear it.
PAPA: You can't find what's not there.
TONY TOPONI: Okay, okay. I got it all figured out. We'll start looking for your family over in.
BRIDGET: This is America. Don't be afraid. Are you going to let those cats push you around?
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: Tony?
Hey Tony, where you going?
BRIDGET: I ask you this. Are we going to stand by and let cats wreck our homes, our businesses and our lives? If we all got together, we could do something about the cats!
TONY TOPONI: Yeah. We should all get together.
BRIDGET: This is America.
We have free speech.
You can say "cat" here. Cat, cat, cat! And double cat!
MOUSE: Shh! Not so loud. Shh. Please, not that word.
BRIDGET: Wait a minute. Come back! Where are you going? Oh. So, if we all got together, we could do something about the cats.
TONY TOPONI: Yeah. Cat. Ca.
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: Tony? Tony, what's wrong with you?
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: But
there are no cats in America
MOUSE 1: That does it. I'm getting out of here!
MOUSE 2: Mmm-hmm, me too.
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: What are you all afraid of? Cats, cats, cats, cats. Papa told me. Everyone knows it. There are no cats.
TONY TOPONI: Hey, you all right? I mean, you ain't hurt or nothing, are you?
BRIDGET: No. No, I'm okay. Thank you. No, really, I'm all right. Really, I am. How about you?
TONY TOPONI: Nah! Who do those cats think they are? I'll show them a thing or two next time. Hey, where's Fillie?
BRIDGET: Fillie? Who's Fillie?
TONY TOPONI: Oh, I gotta find him. He's just a kid. Fillie!
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: Tony!
TONY TOPONI: Whoa! Phew! Hmm. Some scrap, huh?
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: There are cats here. Wait till I tell Papa! If I find him.
TONY TOPONI: You see,
he's looking for his family.
BRIDGET: Aw, the poor darling. Wait a minute! Honest John, at Tammany Hall. He'll know where your family is.
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: He will?
BRIDGET: Tony, he knows every mouse in the city!
TONY TOPONI: Ha! Told you to stick with me, yeah?
BRIDGET: Come on.
MAMA: Well, Mr. There Are No Whats in America? Mmm?
HONEST JOHN: It's me third wake today, and I'm not finished.
MOUSE COP: We've got to do something about them cats.
HONEST JOHN: Besides paying Warren T. Rat for no protection. Oh, oh, poor lad. So young. He never had a chance to vote. Well,
he'll vote from now on.
I'll see to that.
GUSSIE MAUSHEIMER: Honest John.
MOUSE: It's Gussie Mausheimer!
HONEST JOHN: Oh.
TONY TOPONI: Ooh-whee,
the richest and most powerful mouse in New York.
What's she doing slumming in this part of town?
GUSSIE MAUSHEIMER: There's a dead mouse on that table.
HONEST JOHN: It's an Irish custom, Gussie. The cats got him today.
GUSSIE MAUSHEIMER: Precisely why I am here to see you.
HONEST JOHN: Would you care for a wee drop of the creature?
GUSSIE MAUSHEIMER: Today was the worst ever. Those cats are killing everyone!
They don't even know the difference between rich and poor.
HONEST JOHN: Oh, shameful!
GUSSIE MAUSHEIMER: As you know,
I have dedicated my life to helping those less fortunate than myself.
Uh, that's everyone. And now I want you to help me. We must have a wawwy.
HONEST JOHN: A wawwy? What's a wawwy?
GUSSIE MAUSHEIMER: You know, a wawwy. A large gathering of mice for a reason.
HONEST JOHN: Oh, a rally!
GUSSIE MAUSHEIMER: That's what I said, a wawwy. Tomorrow at Mausheimer Park, we will all decide what to do. I'll bring the uptown mice and you bring the mice from downtown.
HONEST JOHN: Madam, you can count on Honest John.
BRIDGET: At last, we're all getting together about the cats.
FIEVEL MOUSEKEWITZ: Bridget.
BRIDGET: Oh, Fillie. Honest John, he's lost his family. By any chance, do you know the Mousekewitzes?
HONEST JOHN: Oh, hmm. Are they registered to vote?
BRIDGET: They just got off the boat.
HONEST JOHN: Oh. Sorry, don't know them yet.
BRIDGET: That's my mother and father. The cats got them two years ago November. Now, don't you worry. Yours are all right. And they're out there somewhere. Now. Get some sleep.
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An American Tail (1986)
2 a little immigrant
3 find your family
4 where you going
5 freedom from cats
6 what I really like
7 release the secret
8 see you again