Movie: The Honey-Mousers [1956] Movie: The Honey-Mousers [1956]

Movie: The Honey-Mousers [1956] Movie: The Honey-Mousers [1956]

[Ralph is hiding in a can to elude the cat]



Alice Crumden:
Oh, don't tell me there's a market for canned slob?



Ralph Crumden:
Very funny, Alice! Veeeery funny!

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Alice Crumden:
Ralph, like I've been trying to tell you; Why don't you just get rid of the cat?



Ralph Crumden:
Hey, Morton. Why don't we just get rid of the cat?



Ned Morton:
Hey, yeah, Ralph. Why don't we just get rid of the cat?



Ralph Crumden:
Oh, I ought to...

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[Ralph and Morton load food onto the "Trojan Dog"]



Ralph Crumden:
All right, Morton. Get with it. One sardines.



Ned Morton:
One sardines.



Ralph Crumden:
One ice cream.



Ned Morton:
One ice cream. Fish à la mode.



Ralph Crumden:
Where's them olives, Morton?



Ned Morton:
Here's a pimento as a memento.



Ralph Crumden:
Oh, great. I'll press it in a book.


[Meanwhile, the cat sneaks into the dog]



Ralph Crumden:
Pickles and rice.



Ned Morton:
Pickles and rice, all very nice! Voo-voo-voo-voom! Heh-hey!



Ralph Crumden:
Okay, Morton. We've got enough chow for a week. Well, we've better get going.


[They get inside]



Ralph Crumden:
Contact!



Ned Morton:
Contact!


[Cat growls]



Ned Morton:
Hey, Ralph. We've got company.


[the cat starts thrashing them inside the Trojan Dog]

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