The Rescuers Down Under
Release: November 16, 1990
Release: November 16, 1990

A sequel to the 1977 movie "The Rescuers". Bernard and Miss Bianca go to Australia to rescue a boy named Cody, who gets kidnapped by an evil poacher named Percival McLeach because of him knowing the whereabouts of a golden eagle named Marahute. With help from Wilbur the albatross and Jake the kangaroo mouse, they stop McLeach and save Cody and Marahute. Released in theaters on November 16th, 1990 and came to home video on September 1991.

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Quotes
McLeach: "(Faking Fear) Oh no, not the rangers! What'll I do? What'll I do? Don't let your ma call the rangers please! (Joanna laughs, McLeach then throws Cody's backpack in the water where the crocodiles attack the backpack) My poor baby got eaten by the crocodiles!! Boo-Hoo-Hoo!"
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Frank: "No!! No!! (Looks inside shotgun, gasps) Aah!!! (Johanna shoots gun, Frank breathes) Huh? Missed. (Cody attempts to unlock animals, but is ambushed by McLeach)"
McLeach: "Surprise! (Cody gasps) If I didn't know ya better, I didn't think you'd like it in here!"
Cody: "Lemme go! Let go! Let go! (McLeach sees Frank)"
McLeach: "HA! What are you doing out of your cage? (Frank runs back into his cage) Ugh... that's better. C'mon boy, heh heh. Say goodbye to your little friends. It's the last you'll ever see of em'. (Slams door)"
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McLeach: "No more Mister Nice Guy!!!!"
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McCleach: "You'll think twice, before messing with Personal C. McCleach! (yells in a funny voice) NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! (falls down a waterfall) -McCleach"
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Wilbur: "Wilbur: Oh, I feel like I got my head in a vice. [camera pulls back; his head is in a vice] Oh. -Wilbur"
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Frank: "I don't want to go as a *purse!* Please, please don't let him do it! -Frank"
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Wilbur: "Hey, you're kind of a cute little feller. Coochy coochy coo... [CHOMP] Ow! Whoa! Oohhhh! -Wilbur"
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Jake: "Has anyone considered trying "Open Sesame"? [the door opens] -Jake"
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Wilbur: "Kids should be free, free to run wild through the house on Saturday mornings, free to have cookies & milk, and get those little white mustaches, you know."
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Wilbur: "Throw another shrimp on the barbie, girls, 'cause here I come!"
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Bernard and Bianca: "Bernard: Will you marry me? Bianca: Why Bernard! Of course I will. -Bernard and Bianca"
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McLeach: "McLeach: I didn't make it all the way through third grade for nothing. -McLeach"
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McCleach: "These are not Joanna eggs!"
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McCleach: "Jooo-anna! Did you know...that there was a razorback in my truck? Did ya?...Did ya? THERE WAS A RAZORBACK IN MY TRUCK!! Now you quit playin' around and do your job, you four-legged python!! -McCleach"
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McCleach: "Dumb lizard's tryin' ta "burry" squirrels out here…"
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Comments
12 years, 7 months ago
This was a kick-ass movie!!!!
    12 years, 7 months ago
    I love Jake. Any character with an Australian accent rocks.
      12 years, 8 months ago
      cute movie!
        13 years, 6 months ago
        I watched this today with my seven year old cousin, she loved it! A couple of weeks ago my brother was like 'THESE are NOT Jo-Anna eggs!' and I laughed so hard. :P But its definately one of my nostalgic favorites.
          13 years, 7 months ago
          i like the two little mice from the rescuers. it's bernard and bianca! i love the rescuers down under. that's the full-length sequel into an animated film, in the original rescuers, bernard and bianca as they faced their foes to the dark waters of devil's bayou. i think i have the rescuers in 1977, and the rescuers down under in 1990. i see the images of "BERNARD ET BIANCA"!
            13 years, 8 months ago
            the two little mice were so cute!
              13 years, 8 months ago
              i see the rescuers down under in 1990. it released at theaters on november 16th, and came out on 1991 VHS. mommy and daddy bought these videos about six years ago.
                13 years, 9 months ago
                I have this movie on dvd.
                  13 years, 10 months ago
                  Aw man I remember this! Great movie, fun characters.
                    13 years, 10 months ago
                    I saw it was a double feature with some Mickey Mouse movie Prince and Pauper I believe? I was 4 who knows!
                      14 years, 3 months ago
                      TRDU did not get much due to home alone i think.
                        14 years, 4 months ago
                        I first saw this at the movie theater when I was five. It was released at the same time as "Home Alone" (which was on top at the box office). Good times, good times.
                          14 years, 5 months ago
                          Well I wouldn't say it's better than Beauty and the Beast, but I did like Aladdin more than Beauty and the Beast. XD

                          Anyway, I thought this was an excellent sequel. My favorite character was John Candy as Wilbur, who was downright hilarious! And watching Bernard try to propose to Bianca was sweet. ^_^
                            14 years, 8 months ago
                            TaranWanderer, to answer your question, people may not have had time to watch the movie in theaters. This one is good, and much better than Beauty and the Beast.
                              15 years, 1 month ago
                              I LOVED this movie. I think I wore the tape out a little from watching it so much. When I actually DID get to see the original '77 "Rescuers", I hated it! I know, I know. I was just so used to the sequel that I thought the original was boring. This film brings back some memories!
                                15 years, 9 months ago
                                One of the poorest Disney films to be released throughout the '90s, it isn't a wonder as to why this film bombed in theaters, it should have either never been made or released directly to video. It is obviously nothing but a test of the newly invented CAPS animation system and other than that, the film is unoriginal, bland and boring. It is, of course, nothing compared to the original 1977 masterpiece even if it did completely rip-off its story and transformed and reused the original's characters and simply changed them a little. The film does no justice to Margery Sharp's original novels, relies too much on cheap humor, the characters are uninteresting and the events seemed rushed.
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