Russi Taylor: Huey, Dewey, Louie, Webby
Dewey : [referring to Merlock] He can't still be alive.
Louie : He'd be ancient.
Huey : Yeah, older than Uncle Scrooge, even.
Genie : Yes, except his first wish was to live for ever.
Huey : Oh! Good wisher!
Genie : [bursts into tears] No, BAD wisher! You don't know! He made me do the worst things!
Dewey : Like what?
Genie : Did you ever hear of Atlantis? It was everybody's favorite resort until Merlock couldn't make any reservations! Then down she went!... And poor Pompei! Mount Vesuvius would never had blown its top if Merlock hadn't blown his!
Louie : But what are you worried about? He used up all his wishes.
Genie : But that's just it - Merlock has unlimited wishes, because he has a magic talisman. It's what gives him all his powers... and when he puts it on the lamp, he gets as many wishes as he wants! Now you see why I'm a little jumpy?
Louie : Well, maybe we should wish for the talisman?
Genie : No, that's the one wish I can't do. You'll have to steal it from him yourself, and good luck!
Louie : Well, don't worry about that mean old master now.
Dewey : Yeah, he has no idea you're here with us.
Huey : And that's the way it's going to stay.
Huey : Can't he stay with us, Uncle Scrooge?
Dewey : Yeah.
Scrooge McDuck : Oh no! I'm not letting this wee gold mine out of my sight!
Dewey : But he's our friend.
Scrooge McDuck : Nonsense! A genie's not a person! A genie is a-a-a... a thing!
[holds up lamp]
Scrooge McDuck : Inside.
Genie : Bye, guys. It was great while it lasted.
[for her first wish, Webby wished for a baby elephant and the genie grants it against his will; a baby elephant appears in the room]
Genie : Now look what you've gone and done!
Webby : What's wrong? She's cute.
Genie : And big! Big wishes always big trouble! The bigger the wish, the bigger the trouble!
Louie : He's right. One look at that elephant, and Uncle Scrooge will want to know what's up.
Genie : Everyone who sees it will, and pretty soon, everyone will be fighting over me, the wishes will get out of control, and I'll end up being in the lamp for another thousand years!
Louie : Jeepers! I hadn't thought of that!
Genie : So please, please! Make small wishes!
Louie : At least we still have each other. Think of poor Genie.
Dewey : If only there was a way we could sneak in and get back the lamp.
Huey : But there are so many alarms.
Scrooge McDuck : Aye, hundreds... and 14, 657 ways to trigger them.
Dewey : And you know each and every one, don't you, Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck : Aye.
Louie : Maybe the way to shut them off?
Scrooge McDuck : Aye! Come lads! Something tells me we should plan a full-scale invasion!
Mrs. Beakley : Children, I think your uncle has something to say to you.
Scrooge McDuck : Aye... Welcome home! Can I get you and Gene anything? Cookies? Milk? Ice cream?
Huey : Oh, no thank you, Uncle Scrooge.
Louie : Yeah, we're kind of full.
Webby : And sleepy.
Scrooge McDuck : That's because it's past your bedtime. Now, scoot along, little ones.
Genie : Nighty-night.
Scrooge McDuck : Sleep tight.
Duckworth : That's telling them, Sir.
Louie : Quackarooney!
Huey : You read the whole encyclopedia?
Genie : Cover to cover to cover... what's this? Baseball? Bowling ball? Cinderella's ball?
Huey : No, it's a globe of the Earth.
Genie : Get back. You mean the Earth isn't flat? I must have missed that part.
Louie : Boy, he HAS been in that lamp for a long time!
Genie : How can I ever thank you, Master?
Scrooge McDuck : I'm not your master anymore!
Genie : That's right! Can I call you "Uncle Scrooge"?
Scrooge McDuck : You're a sweet kid, but don't press your luck.
Dewey : So, what do you want to do as your first day as a boy?
Genie : Well, let me put it this way... you'll never catch me, coppers!
Huey : Quackarooney!
Louie : Oh boy!
Dewey : I'm gonna get you!
Webby : Are you coming with us, Uncle Scrooge?
Scrooge McDuck : You go ahead, Webby dear. We quad-zillionaires have our own ideas of fun.
Dewey : What is that? A Mexican Jumping Lamp?
Huey : Huey: Your master was a bird?
Genie : Genie: Bird, dragon, wolf. He can change into anything. He's an evil sorcerer.
Dewey : Dewey: But he can't still be alive.
Louie : Louie: He'd be ancient.
Huey : Huey: Yeah. Older than Uncle Scrooge, even.
Genie : Genie: Yeah, except his first wish was to live forever.
Huey : Huey: Ooh! Good wisher!
Genie : Genie: No, bad wisher. You don't know! He made me do the worst things.
Dewey : Dewey: Like what?
Genie : Genie: Did you ever hear of Atlantis? It was everybody's favourite resort until Merlock couldn't get reservations, then down she went! And poor Pompei! Mount Vesuvius would have never blown its top if Merlock hadn't blown his!
Louie : Louie: But what are you worried about? He used up his wishes.
Genie : Genie: Well, that's just it. Merlock has unlimited wishes because he has a magic talisman. It's what gives him all his powers. And when he puts it on the lamp, he gets as many wishes as he wants! Now do you see why I'm a little jumpy?
Louie : Louie: Well, maybe we should wish for the talisman.
Genie : Genie: Oh, that's the one wish I can't do. You'd have to steal it from him yourself, and good luck!
Louie : Louie: Oh, don't worry about that mean old master now.
Dewey : Dewey: Yeah. He has no idea you're with us, and that's the way it's gonna stay.