An American Tail

An American Tail quotes

41 total quotes (ID: 805)

Bridget
Gussie Mausheimer
Henri
Honest John
Jake the Cat
Papa Mousekewitz
Tanya Mousekewitz
Tiger
Tony Toponi
Warren T. Rat


Gussie Mausheimer: [heavy accent] We must have a wally.
Honest John: A wally? What's a wally?
Gussie Mausheimer: [heavy accent] You know, a large gathewing of mice for a weason.
Honest John: Oh, a rally!
Gussie Mausheimer: [heavy accent] That's what I said, a wally.



Mama Mousekewitz: Oh, my little boy, back from the dead. America, what a place.
Papa Mousekewitz: My Fievel. I thought I would never see you again.
Fievel Mousekewitz: Never say never, Papa.
Papa Mousekewitz: Oh, I nearly forgot. Here, Fievel, your hat.
[the hat drops as before; Fievel adjusts the hat with his ears]:
Mama Mousekewitz: The hat, it fits!
Papa Mousekewitz: My son! Now, you are a mouse.


I'm your guard, Tiger. Don't make any sudden moves, 'cause I'm crafty and I'm quick. I've got the instincts of a cat. What am I saying? I am a cat!

You lost your family? Oh, dear. That's terrible. I lost my family, too. Years ago, I mean. [Starts sobbing] Eight brothers. Ten sisters! Three fathers!

Listen... I like mice-- [Fievel cries] Oh, no. Not like that! You see, I don't eat red meat at all. I'm a vegetarian. Oh, a little fish now and then, but what I really like is a nice piece of... shh... broccoli.

Stick with me, kid.

[Fievel holds on tightly to Tony's arm] Tony Toponi: Hey, hey, hey! What, are we engaged or something?

Heh heh, trust me, kid. Trust me.

Don't worry, gentlemen. There are plenty of mice in Hong Kong.

Hey, I wonder how you say "trust me" in Chinese.

Papa, why'd they change my name to Tilly?

Fievel, this is the last time I take you to America.

This is America! We have free speech! We can say "cat" here! Cat, cat, cat, and double-cat!

[Heavy German accent, cannot say "R" - spelling is intentional to show the sounds she makes] Today was the woist day evewr. Those cats are killing eveweone. They don't even know the diffewences between wich and poow. The wetches!

Money isn't evewething. I know because I have money, and I have evewething. But what awe they worth without fweedom?