The clip the cats arrive early from An American Tail (1986) with John Finnegan, Pat Musick
Tony, Bridget, help!
It's the cats!
Oh, they're early!
Wake up! Everybody, wake up!
The cats are here!
Release the secret weapon!
What? Release the... Oh, no!
Oh, no! Oh, no!
Oh, no! No!
Wait for the boat whistle!
Hold your fire.
It's that rat, Warren T.
He's not a rat. He's a cat.
He's their boss.
Pay no attention to that mouse.
Throw down your money and that kid.
I'll convince them to stop.
You're wrecking the plan!
It's not supposed to happen this way.
Throw down that kid!
Disregard the nose.
A nose by any other name...
would smell as sweet.
Great whiskers, it's a cat!
He's a cat!
Hey, who will you believe,
me or your own eyes?
Release the secret... No, no!
Hey, easy, easy!
Ok. I take it we can't do business.
The clip releasing the secret weapon Part 2 from An American Tail (1986) with John Finnegan, Will Ryan
Head for the pier!
We did it!
Ladies and gentlemen,
credit where it's due.
We owe it all to Fillie and his Mouse of Minsk!
# Now there are no cats in America... ##
Fillie. Who's Fillie?
Someday, Gussie Mausheimer, someday!
And you, too, Mousekewitz.
All of you! I hate mice!
I'm having a heart attack here.
Don't worry. There are plenty of mice in Hong Kong.
I'll have to learn to calculate in Chinese.
Hmm. Let me see.
The clip singing with tiger Part 2 from An American Tail (1986) with John Finnegan, Dom DeLuise
#We're friends, and that's what friends are for #
#We're a duo #
#A duo #
#A pair of lonely ones #
#Who were meant to be a two-o #
#A duo #
# It's true-o #
# If we're ever in a stew #
#We know we can make it through #
# Cause you've got me #
#And I got you ##
Where did that come from?
Oh, stop it! Uh! Oh!
Tiger, how did he get away?
He overpowered me.
I never liked you,
and besides, your music stinks.
The clip meeting warren t. rat from An American Tail (1986) with Will Ryan, John Finnegan
Keep it moving, keep it moving.
Step off the boat and into prosperity!
Welcome, greenhorns! This is America!
Today's special, the Brooklyn Bridge,
just a dollar!
Golly, the Brooklyn Bridge!
Ticket to Chicago! Used only once!
Gee whiz! Only once, ma.
Get my apple while it lasts.
Hurry, it's going fast!
18, 19, 20, 21.
Please put out that filthy thing.
I'm suffocating down here.
You're not the only cockroach in New York.
Other roaches would love to work for Warren T. Rat.
Good! Fire me. I'm fed up...
with that smoke and this pocket!
I've seen cleaner kitchen stoves.
All right, Digit.
Hey, how much money did we make today?
Well, let's see.
7, 9, 4, carry 1, drop 2.
5 down, 7 up, 98.6...
And 2 plus 2 is 22.
What's the boodle?
So far, we have collected $89 and...
and 13 cents.
We'll get another 17 from Moe.
That's 50 cents less than yesterday.
What? 50 cents!
I hate to lose money.
Where can I find an extra 50 cents?
Au revoir, my little immigrant!
The clip meeting warren t. rat Part 2 from An American Tail (1986) with Phillip Glasser, John Finnegan
Hey, boss, a kid.
Moe can always use an extra kid...
at 50 cents a day.
Well, well, well!
Rat's the name, Warren T. Rat.
What can I do you for?
I'm looking for my family.
You come to the right fella.
I know exactly where they are.
Henri said I'd find them here.
Remember what Shakespeare said...
And I quote...
"Opportunity knocks but, uh... but, uh... "
"Taken at the tide, t'will lead to fortune.
If denied, t'will never return. "
You really know where my family is?
Heh heh heh heh.
Trust me. Hey, trust me.
The clip captured by cats Part 2 from An American Tail (1986) with John Finnegan
Gentlemen, cat's out of the bag!
Get me that mouse!
Let me at him!
I'll kill him! Get out of my way!
You just stepped on my tail!
Come here, you little runt!
The clip shaw-on-the-stand from JFK (1991) with Kevin Costner, John Finnegan. Powered by: Anyclip. any moment from any film.
- Oswald? - No, I did not.
- Ever call Dean Andrews? - No, I did not.
Have you ever met David Ferrie?
Wouldn't even know what he looked like if I hadn't seen pictures.
Did you ever use the alias, Clay Bertrand?
No, I did not.
Thank you, Mr. Shaw.
A very great actor has just given us a great performance.
But we are nowhere closer to the truth.
My office is charging Clay Shaw with outright perjury...
...on 15 answers he's given today, not one word being true.
You're out of order! Now, sit down!
That's the man right there.
The clip captured by cats from An American Tail (1986) with Dom DeLuise, Will Ryan
All right, ante up, boys.
Hey, no cheating.
I got it! I got it!
I got it!
Tiger, for the hundredth time,
we're playing poker.
I knew that. I knew that.
But who can concentrate with all that noise?
when the boss plays, it's culture.
I think it sounds, uh, melodious.
"If music be the food of love,
play on, McDuff, play on. "
I don't know what's worse,
the music or the Shakespeare.
Rats! This nose keeps interfering!
You could stop playing.
Hey, that's funny.
I've never known a cockroach with good taste,
but I've known plenty that taste... good.
Play! Play! Play!
You're not a rat!
You're a cat!
How did you get in? Come here!
Deep Rising is a 1998 American action horror film directed by Stephen Sommers and starring Treat Williams, Famke Janssen and Anthony Heald. It was distributed by Hollywood Pictures and Cinergi Pictures and released on January 30, 1998. Stephen Sommers began writing the script to Deep Rising, then called Tentacle, when he worked at Hollywood Pictures in the mid-1990s. Claire Forlani was originally cast as Trillian St. James, but dropped out after just three days, due to creative differences with Sommers, and Famke Janssen was subsequently cast. Janssen almost didn't get the part because the producers felt she was too recognizable from GoldenEye, but they relented. Harrison Ford turned down the role of John Finnegan, which later went to Treat Williams, and the film's budget was later downsized. On its opening weekend the film made $4,737,793 (42% of its total gross), ranking #8.