Emmet Otter comparison
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ITEMDESCRIPTIONEDIT AB) JH LEGACYEDIT A) HBO '78 / CBC '77 / MHV 1983EDIT B) ABC 1980 / ColTri 2001EDIT B1) HIT DVD 2005EDIT AB1) ABC Family 2015
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1Disclaimer00:00XXXX
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2Jim Henson Home Entertainment logoXX00:00XX
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3Intro with Kermit & Riverbottom gang00:1800:0000:07X00:00
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4Opening titles01:3901:2201:2800:0001:16
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5Fade out / fade in02:1201:5602:0200:34X
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6Beginning of act 102:1301:5702:0300:3601:48
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7Kermit's narration02:1902:01XXX
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8Long, long ago, there lived a lady
...up until...
She was known even more for the bathing suit she wore.
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9Once a pirate tried to steal it, it was rumored he was gonna use it for a pirate sail.
"I'm innocent of such an act," he cried, "The fact is, that's a perfect diaper for a baby whale."
Sweet Grandma's eyes, how they could charm you.
Five generations of loving friends she made.
All the children enjoyed her in many ways. Some days,
When the sun was their scorcher, Grandma Otter was their shade.
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10Even so it was her bathing suit that made her famous ...
… till end of "Bathing Suit"
EMMET: Say, Ma, that sounded pretty nice.
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11MA: Nice? I should say it did, Emmet. Why, you can hear the fish applaudin'.
EMMET: I think you're right. Maybe I should pass the hat.
MA: Pa used to say, "If you pass the hat to fish, all you get is a wet hat!" (they laugh) Still, I suppose the fish have just about as much money as any of us this year.
EMMET: Couldn't have much less. … Ma?
MA: Hmm?
EMMET: What are we gonna do about Christmas this year?
MA: Ohh —
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12MA: Better lean into that starboard oar. There's old Gretchen Fox ...
… up until ...
GRETCHEN: Remind me of that when I pay you next week.
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13GRETCHEN: Ta.05:1805:0004:4103:13
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14MA: Well, I've got the bill right he-here. And since it's three days till Christmas, I'd really appreciate it if---05:2005:0204:3503:06
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15MA: — you'd … fall off the dock.
EMMET: Ha ha ha, way to go, Ma.
MA: (laughs) Yeah, well, sometimes you gotta talk tough to these people.
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16WILL: Yup, that's tellin' her, Alice.
MA: Mornin', Will Possum.
… up until …
EMMET: Well, Pa should've gotten rich on snake oil, but "there just aren't enough people…"
BOTH: "…who want to oil a snake!" ( laughing )
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17EMMETT: Oh, Pa used to always say that when business was bad.
MA: Yep, he said it a lot.
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18EMMET: Wait now... Would ya look at that.
… up until …
EMMET: Well, at least there ain't no hole in the washtub.
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19MA: Oh, "Ain't No Hole in the Washtub"! That's what you call your basic "keep warm while you're rowin' home" kind of song.
EMMET: I'm rowin'. Where's the singin'?
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20MA: Head full of good thoughts, belly full of grub,
Money in your pocket when there ain't no hole in the washtub.
EMMET: Sweet as honeysuckle on the vine, Ma.
BOTH: Your nails won't break and your toes won't stub,
You never get a fever when there ain't no hole in the washtub.
If you look to the good side, falling down's a free ride
Slipping and a-sliding in the mud.
MA: If your back is hurtin', I can say for certain
I'll be there to treat you to a soothing back rub.
EMMET: When there ain't no hole in the washtub.
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21MA: Lunch with the upper crust, dinner at the club,
High on the hog when there ain't no hole in the washtub.
EMMET: Watermelon garden, berries on the shrub,
Cookies in the kitchen when there ain't no hole in the washtub.
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22WENDELL: Hey, Emmet. Look what I caught!
… until end of "Washtub"
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23Fade out / fade in12:5512:1411:5510:26
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24Beginning of Act 212:5712:1511:5710:29
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25Kermit's narration13:0212:20XX
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26EMMET: Phew! Boy, it's cold this morning.
… up until …
MA: Hmm. Hattie Muskrat, you stop trying to sweet-talk me into this!
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27EMMET: This is the fence we're supposed to mend?
WENDELL: Well... yeah.
EMMET: That's not repairing, that's rebuilding.
MRS. POSSUM: Don't just stand around, boys. Ya got work to do.
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28MA: ( thinking ) Just once, I'd like to give a fine store-bought present to Emmet for Christmas. And with $50...
… up until …
EMMET: We would make a good jug-band... but to put a hole in Ma's washtub…
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29MA: He sure would like that guitar.
EMMET: Nothin' would make her happier than having a good ol' piano again.
MA: I just don't know...
EMMET: ( sigh! ) I just can't decide…
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30EMMET: Ma... I'm home! I cut the Christmas branch.
… till end of "River Meets"
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31Fade out / fade in24:2223:0923:2221:55
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32beginning of act 3
… up until …
WENDELL: What was that all about?
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33fade to blackXX28:5027:22
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34Piano music marks beginning of talent contest scene29:5028:3628:5127:23
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35Kermit's narration29:5528:42XX
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36HARRISON: Uh, contestants! Contestants!
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YANCY: ( sings "Barbecue" ) ( applause ) Thank you!
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37(Will closes the curtain)
WILL: Better fill, Harrison. We're off to a shaky start.
(music button and fade to black)
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38Fade up from blackX32:00XX
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39HARRISON: Welcome, if you will, George and Melissa Rabbit!
( can-can tune )
WILL: ( sigh! ) Well, it's going to be a long night.
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40HARRISON: You there. Aren't you in this contest?
…up until…
( jug-band plays in Riverside Rest )
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41Pan over to Kermit at table, fade to black48:2646:48XX
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42Fade up from black48:4247:05XX
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43MA: I sure enjoyed our first night's work.
…up until…
In our hearts we'll understand …
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44ALL: When the river meets the sea. (Meets the sea.)
Patience, my brothers, and patience, my sons.
…up until…
And in time he'll understand…
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45ALL: When the river meets the sea.
… up until end credits
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46Legacy credit51:56XXX
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