King Leonardo and His Short Subjects - Catch Phrases

Catch Phrases

  • King Leonardo - "Confound it, that's the most unheard of thing I ever heard of!"
  • Odie Cologne - "Ah, Sire!"
  • Biggie Rat - "Ya dig?"
  • Itchy Brother - "Uh, yeah, Big, I dig."
  • The Hunter - "Have Nose, Will Hunt" and "That's a joke, son."
  • Tooter Turtle - "Please, Mr. Wizard; it's what I want to be" and "Help, Mr. Wizard!"
  • Mr. Wizard - "Drizzle, Drazzle, Druzzle, Drome; time for zis one to come home" and "Be just vhat you is, not vhat you is not. Folks vhat do zis are ze happiest lot."

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