Alvin & the Chipmunks

Season 1 Episode 3

Uncle Harry

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Aired Saturday 10:30 AM Sep 24, 1983 on NBC
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Uncle Harry
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A charaltan chipmunk named Harry claims to be Alvin, Simon and Theodore's long lost uncle and says that he will have them see their mother as soon as they make enough money. The Chipmunks later not only find out that Harry is not their uncle, but the money he has them making is for a carnival strongman who he has owed for a long time.moreless

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    Nancy Cartwright

    Nancy Cartwright

    Additional Voices

    Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    Additional Voices

    Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

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    Dody Goodman

    Dody Goodman

    Miss Beatrice Miller (1986-1990)

    Ross Bagdasarian, Jr.

    Ross Bagdasarian, Jr.

    Alvin / Simon / David Seville

    Janice Karman

    Janice Karman

    Theodore / Brittany / Jeanette / Eleanor

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    • QUOTES (2)

      • (Luke grabs the ferris wheel operator while the Chipmunks and Harry are riding on it)
        Luke: Why don't you take a little break? I'll take over here.
        Operator: Uh, sure, Luke. Sure!
        (Luke drops him)
        Luke: Enjoy the ride, Harry.
        (he pulls the lever, thus causing the wheel to go into hyperspeed)
        Harry: (looks down) Uh-oh! Luke!
        Alvin: We seem to be spinning faster than normal.
        Simon: The increased velocity could cause us to...
        (all Chipmunks fly off)
        Alvin, Simon, and Theodore: FLY OFF!!!

      • Luke: I want that money ya owe me tomorrow, Harry!
        Harry: Uh, uh, uh, come on, Luke! You know Harry's not gonna skip ya.
        Luke: No more excuses, or I'll hafta get mean! Tomorrow, Harry!

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