Gyro Gearloose and Flintheart Glomgold
Mrs. Crackshell (voice)
Voice of Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webby
Fenton Cracksell and Gizoduck
When Mrs. Beakley fainted, she lost her glasses but when she got up, her glasses are still on her eyes.
When Scrooge realizes that Dijon has stolen the Genie from him, Dijon says, "Good Morning, Scrooge, sir." Is it supposed to be after midnight at this time?([i]Reply: It could be where he's from, and that's the time system he's using.[/1])
When the genie gets transformed into a boy, he grows up a few inches. Was that intended?
While Scrooge's bin was being transformed, there was an alarm going off in the room the boys and Webby were in. Didn't they shut off all the alarms?
When Scrooge's family came to visit him in prison, the piggy bank that Webby had just suddenly appeared in her hands, and then later, it just disappeared out of thin air!
Okay, this bugs me, the fact that Scrooge is in the prison cell all alone. He should really have a cellmate (at least I didn't see one).
How did Dijon get to Scrooge's vault that quickly?
When Scrooge realizes that Dijon has stolen the Genie from him, Dijon says, "Good Morning, Scrooge, sir." Is it supposed to be after midnight at this time?
Since when is Dijon obsessed over kitchenware?
When Scrooge leaves to go to the ball, Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webby are chasing after him begging to let the Genie stay, but why are Mrs. Beakley and Duckworth following them?
During the bed scene pay attention to Huey's shirt. In one scene, it's a different shade of red.
How did the boys manage to have an extra set of pajamas for Genie?
Where did that chocolate landing pad come from? (The one that the ice cream sundae landed on)
The lamp was not seen at the first couple of glances at the treasure when Scrooge and the gang found it, neither was that crown that Scrooge found.
It could not be possible for those guys to dig up that pyramid in one day. It would have taken them several days, maybe even months.
How can moths survive being locked in a treasure box?
How come the torch in the pyarimid (spelt wrong!) didn't turn to dust? It had only been there for HOW many centruies?
Merlock: At last, after all these centuries, the lamp will be mine again!
Dijon: Yes, yes! You will be more powerful than locomotives! More faster than speedy bulls! You will leap tall buildings in a single bound!
Genie: [after being transformed into a real boy] How can I ever thank you, Master?
Scrooge: I'm not your master anymore.
Genie: That's it. Can I call you, "Uncle Scrooge"?
Scrooge: You're a sweet kid, but don't press your luck.
Dijon: Whoever said, "Money cannot buy peace of mind," must have had the brains of a garbanzo bean.
Launchpad: I've got the bin at 12:00 high, Mr. McD...give or take 10 minutes.
Dijon: Everything smells delicious when you're rich! [smells his cape] Even me!
Genie: What's more important? Your fortune or your life?
Genie: Hey, this isn't exactly a trick question!
Scrooge: [putting the genie in a little plant] You can watch the ball from here. Otherwise, you go back in the lamp!
Genie: But what if I win the door prize?
Scrooge: I could wish for the world's biggest diamond! No, the entire diamond mine! No, no, ALL the diamond mines! No, the entire mining industry!...I can see why this can take some careful thought.
Genie: You call these "party animals"? They're lifeless!
Webby: Genie, you're going to love playing Tea Party.
Genie: I know. I read all about it. Can I be the guy who dresses like an Indian and throws the tea off the boat?
Webby: No! No, no, no, silly! Not a Boston Tea Party!
Louie: What should we wish for next?
Huey: How about a giant tug boat?
Genie: Oh sure. You want that with or without an ocean.
Huey: A little much, huh?
Genie: Well, just a tad.
Genie: Put me in a dog house! A mad house! Even a house of pancakes! Anywhere but the lamp!
Huey: I guess one of us should wish for peace and happiness all over the world.
Genie: Hey, these are wishes, not miracles!
Huey: What about our wishes?
Genie: Wishes? Do I look like a birthday cake?
Genie: Finally room to stretch! My foot's been asleep for six centuries.
Scrooge: I'm going home.
Mrs. Featherby: But what about your lunch?
Scrooge: Sell it!
Merlock: [referring to the giant scorpions] Their sting will seem like a tickle compared to mine!
Dewey: What a ride!
Louie: Yeah! I wouldn't mind doing it again now that I know that you can live through it!
Launchpad: Forward Ho! [crashes] Reverse Ho!
Scrooge: If you don't stop crashing, I'll give you the Heave Ho!
Louie: Where are you going to keep all this treasure, Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge: I won't keep it all, Louie. Most of these artifacts will go to museums.
Louie: That doesn't sound like Uncle Scrooge.
Scrooge: That way, I could enjoy a healthy tax break!
Huey: THAT does!
Dijon: Is there a doctor in the pyramid?
Huey: Do you think we'll see a mummy?
Dijon: That reminds me, my mummy's expecting me. It's time for my nap.
Huey: I don't see anything, Uncle Scrooge.
Dewey: Not even a mirage.
Launchpad: Maybe we made a wrong turn at that last sand dune.
Scrooge: Nothing but old robes! 40 years of searching, and all I end up with is Collie Baba's dirty laundry!
Scrooge: Launchpad! Look what you did to these ancient ruins!
Launchpad: Could have been worse. It could have been something new.
This movie made its Toon Disney premiere on March 12, 2005.
Merlock also appears in the Donald Duck: Goin' Qu@ckers! video game.
A doll of Zummi Gummi from "Adventures of the Gummi Bears" can be seen in Webby's room.
Merlock's counterpart, Dijon, is the same Dijon from the 2-part "Golden Goose" episode.
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