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The Prince and the Pauper (1990)

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based on Mark Twain story with the same name INTRO LINES NARRATOR: For many years, England was ruled by a wise and good king and the people flourished and were very happyEngland was ruled by a wise and good king and the people flourished and were very happy. But by and by, the good king became ill. And a darkness fell over the countryside. As the king grew weaker, his Captain of the Guard saw his chance to rob and terrorise the people of England. And worst of all, in the king's name. It seemed that no one could save the kingdom of England from the thieving captain and his ruthless henchmen. Until one day...

Pictures of characters with cast as voices

Mickey Mouse as The Prince with never moment to himself
Mickey Mouse as The Prince with never moment to himself
(Wayne Allwine) "if I could take your place for just one day"
  Mickey Mouse as The Pauper who would love to live just like a king
Mickey Mouse as The Pauper who would love to live just like a king
(Wayne Allwine) "Well, how do I act? What do I say?"
  Captain Pete, a ruthless and greedy man, an insolent scoundrel
Captain Pete, a ruthless and greedy man, an insolent scoundrel
(Arthur Burghardt) "So it was the prince I booted out"
  Goofy, Mickey's best friend
Goofy, Mickey's best friend
(Bill Farmer) "You really are the prince, ain't ya? Sire, your wish is my command."
Horace Horsecollar
Horace Horsecollar, prince's teacher
(Bill Farmer) "Surely His Highness has not forgotten his royal duties"
  Donald Duck as a royal valet
Donald Duck as a royal valet
(Tony Anselmo) "I'm always getting in trouble for that stupid prince"
  Pluto
Pluto as one of three beggars trying to get money for some food
(Bill Farmer)
Archbishop who don't know which to crown as King of England
Archbishop who don't know which to crown as King of England
(Frank Welker) "Your Highness, you're such a sport"
  Pig Driver
Pig Driver
(Charlie Adler) "Out of the way, you slugs! Make way for the Royal Provisioner."
  Clarabelle Cow robbed by Captain's guards
Clarabelle Cow robbed by Captain's guards
(Elvia Allman) "But it's all we have. Somebody help me!"
 

Full quotes part 1

MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Kindling. Kindling. Fresh kindling. Why, you can't cook dinner without a fire, can you, sir? Sir? Oh, I know fella. I'm hungry, too. GOOFY: Snow cones! All kinds, sir. We got plain and rock and twig. MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Hiya, Goof. How's business? GOOFY: Gosh, Mickey, if I don't get a customer soon, I'm gonna have to eat 'em myselfif I don't get a customer soon, I'm gonna have to eat 'em myself. MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Aw, don't feel bad, guys. Come on, fellas. Secret handshake. GOOFY: Boola-boola-boola-boola. Bring it up! MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Why, one of these days we'll be eatin' just like the king! With lots of turkey and ham and potatoes and corn. GOOFY: Oh, yeah. And ice cream and cookies and pie. MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Fruit tarts and cobblers piled this high! GOOFY: Give me a suckling pig to make my belly big. MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER [singing]: I'm just a little guy, give me a pizza pie. GOOFY: I'd have a happy face next to the fireplace. MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: I'd like a hat to wear GOOFY: And thermal underwear. MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER [singing]: It would be appealing. GOOFY: To have that royal feeling. BOTH: Doing everything! A little bit like a king! GOOFY: Like a king! MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Like a king! BOTH: Just a little bit like a kingJust a little bit like a king! MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: I... GOOFY: Just a little bit like just a little bit, little bit, little bit like MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: ... would love to live just like a king. GUARDS [singing]: Captain Pete, Captain Pete Captain Pete, Captain Pete, Captain Pete! He never met a man, he didn't cheat, cheat, cheat, cheat. He's the vilest villain that... MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Pluto, no! Pluto! Pluto, no! No! No! Pluto! Pluto? Pluto... GUARD: Who goes there and what do you want? MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Oh, gosh. I just wanna get my dog back. He ran in before I could catch him. GUARD: Your Majesty? Oh! Do come in, sire. MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Oh. Ha-ha. Thanks. GUARD: I didn't know it was you. Please forgive me, sire. Phew. Oh! CAPTAIN PETE: What do you think this is? Open house? GUARD: But, Captain, that was the prince. CAPTAIN PETE: Then who's that, numbskull? HORACE HORSECOLLAR: Now to review, sire. All triangles have three sides, and the relations between these sides are known as ratios. Trigonometry is the branch of mathematics that deals...Trigonometry is the branch of mathematics that deals... Sire? If you could give me your full attention? Name the three secondary trigonometric ratios. You may begin. MICKEY MOUSE THE PRINCE: Tangent. DONALD DUCK: What the heck was thatWhat the heck was that? MICKEY MOUSE THE PRINCE: Secant. DONALD DUCK: Who did that? MICKEY MOUSE THE PRINCE: What is it, what is it? HORACE HORSECOLLAR: Yes, yes... MICKEY MOUSE THE PRINCE: Cosecant. HORACE HORSECOLLAR: Sire, we've been through this time and time again. It's hypotenuse. Hypoten... use! Now, Donald, I'll have you know that I don't find your behaviour amusing at all. If the prince is to assume the royal duties that... DONALD DUCK: But he started it. HORACE HORSECOLLAR: Donald! DONALD DUCK: Ah, phooey. I'm always getting in trouble for that stupid prince. HORACE HORSECOLLAR: And as for you, Your Highness, you know that your father is ill and requires rest and quiet. Now, sire... CAPTAIN PETE: Beat it, you dumb mutt. Get out of here. MICKEY MOUSE THE PRINCE: Captain? I say, Captain. What's the meaning of this uproar? CAPTAIN PETE: Just some local riffraff, sire. MICKEY MOUSE THE PRINCE: Even the lowliest subjects of this kingdom deserve respect. Have him brought to me at once! CAPTAIN PETE: Oh. The prince wishes to see you. Allow me! MICKEY MOUSE THE PAUPER: Hey, put me down! I'm a citizen. NOTE: To watch the pictures in high resolution, click on them

Trivia

The film was released on November 16, 1990, before The Rescuers Down Under. It was Disney's final use of the Xerox process which the studio had used for three decades

Production

Directed by George Scribner; screenplay by Gerrit Graham, Sam Graham, Chris Hubbell; produced by Dan Rounds; narrated by Roy Dotrice; music by Nicholas Pike; film Editing by H. Lee Peterson; art direction by Thom Enriquez.

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The Prince and the Pauper part 1
The Prince and the Pauper part 1
  2 know what it's like to be
2 know what it's like to be
  3 you will be king
3 you will be king
  4 now let me see here
4 now let me see here