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MOWGLI: What's the matter, old papa bear?
BALOO: Look Mowgli, I've been trying to tell you, I've been trying all morning
to tell you, I've got to take you back to the man-village!
MOWGLI: The man-village??
BALOO: Now look, kid, I can explain.
MOWGLI: But you said we were partners
BALOO: Now believe me, kid, I, I...
MOWGLI: You're just like old Bagheera
BALOO: Now just a minute, that's going too far
Hey, Mowgli, where are you going? Wait a minute! Stop! Wait! Wait!
Listen to ol' Baloo. Mowgli? Mowgli? Mowgli! Mowgli? Mowgli?
BAGHEERA: Now what's happened?
BALOO: You're not going to believe me, Bagheera, but look, now I used the
same words you did, and he ran out on me.
BAGHEERA: Why, don't just stand there. Let's separate. We've got to find him
BALOO: Oh, if anything happens to that little guy, I'll never forgive myself.
I've got to find him. Mowgli? Mowgli?
ELEPHANTS: Hup, two, three, four
Hup, two, three, four
Keep it up, two, three, four.
SHERE KHAN: What beastly luck. Confound that ridiculous colonel Hathi.
COLONEL HATHI: Comany, sound off!
ELEPHANTS: Oh we march from here to there
ELEPHANT: And it doesn't matter where
ELEPHANTS: You can hear us push
Through the deepest bush
Hup, two, three, four
COLONEL HATHI: With a military air!
ELEPHANTS: With a military air.
BAGHEERA: The jungle patrol.
ELEPHANTS: We're a crackerjack bridage
On a pachyderm parade
But we'd rather stroll
To a water hole
JUNIOR: Hup, two, three, four
ELEPHANTS: For a furlough in the shade
Wait a minute. Halt!
COLONEL HATHI: Who said "Halt"? I give the commands around here. Now speak up, who
BAGHEERA: Oh, it was me, colonel.
COLONEL HATHI: What do you mean, taking over my command? Highly irregular you know.
BAGHEERA: Colonel, I am sorry, but-but I need your help.
COLONEL HATHI: Impossible. We're on a cross-country march.
BAGHEERA: It's an emergency, colonel. The man-cub must be found.
COLONEL HATHI: What man-cub?
SHERE KHAN: How interesting...
BAGHEERA: The one I was taking to the man-village.
COLONEL HATHI: It's where he belongs. Now sir, if you don't mind, we'd like to get on
with the march.
BAGHEERA: No, no, you don't understand, Hathi. He's lost. He ran away.
SHERE KHAN: How delightful.
COLONEL HATHI: Well, serves the young wippersnapper right.
BAGHEERA: But-but Shere Khan, the tiger, he's sure to pick up the man-cub's
COLONEL HATHI: Ha, ha. Shere Khan. Nonsense, old boy. Shere Khan isn't within miles of here.
Sorry Bagheera. Fortunes of war and all that sort of thing you know.
WINIFRED: This has gone far enough.. Now just a minute, you
pompous old windbag!
COLONEL HATHI: Winifred? What are you doing out of ranks?
WINIFRED: Never mind. How would you like our boy lost and alone in the jungle?
COLONEL HATHI: Our son? But Winifred, old girl, that's an entirely different matter.
COLONEL HATHI: Different. Entirely.
WINIFRED: That boy no differnet than our own son. Now you help find him or I'm
taking over command.
COLONEL HATHI: What? A female leading my herd? Utterly preposterous.
JUNIOR: Pop, the man-cub and I are friends. He'll get hurt if we don't find
him. Please, Pop? Sir? Please?
COLONEL HATHI: Now, don't you worry, son. You father had a plan in mind all the time.
WINIFRED: Huh. Sure you did.
COLONEL HATHI: Troopers, Company, left face! Volunteers for a special mission will
step one pace forward.
COLONEL HATHI: Ha, ha. That's what I like to see. Devotion to duty. You volunteers
will find the lost man-cub.
BAGHEERA: Thank you colonel. Now there's no time to lose.
COLONEL HATHI: Yes, well. Good luck. When the man-cub is sighted you will sound your trumpet 3 times
ELEPHANT: Yes sir.
COLONEL HATHI: Shh. Not now soldier.
ELEPHANT: Sorry, sir.
COLONEL HATHI: Leutenant, our strategy shall be the element of
surprise. You will take one squad and cover the right flank
ELEPHANT: Yes sir.
COLONEL HATHI: And I shall take the other squad on the left flank
Company!!! Forward... March!
SHERE KHAN: Element of surprise? I say. Ha, ha, ha. And now for my rendezvous
with the lost man-cub.
Mowgli, don't you realize that you're a human
The Jungle Book part 5
Colonel Hathi 'A female leading my herd?'