Jinnie Sue McAllister: We saw the way that man treated you. Taking charge of your mom.
Hanky Royce: He's her new boyfriend.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Boyfriend?
Hanky Royce: My folks are divorced.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Well, how come you don't live with your dad?
Hanky Royce: Grandpa gave him his choice: Money or me. He took the money.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Well, a single parent's better than none. My mom's long gone up to heaven. And look at this poor piglet, he's lost his whole family.
Cousin Jake: Shoot, Luke! Jinnie Sue ain't got no family life like other kids. She needs a pet.
Luke MacAllister: Well, why did she have to pick a pig?
Cousin Jake: 'Cause pigs are intelligent animals, and this one is real smart. Boy, I bet his I.Q. is as high as mine!
Luke MacAllister: Poor thing!
Cousin Jake: Come on, Luke. Let her keep him. We can use a mascot.
Luke MacAllister: I gotta admit. He's the best looking member of the band.
Gilbert Sipes: Goodbye, Hero Pig!
[Sipes then has an increasingly sinister look as his face is superimposed over scenes showing the package being mailed, sorted, and processed]
Jessica Royce: Gilbert, you promised to help me. How can you even ask me to compete with a pig?
Vinnie: [answering Hanky's call ordering him to close the factory] Come on, gimme a break, sweet pants, Vinnie's gotta make smoky links.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Hi there! Are you hungry?
Jinnie Sue McAllister: [hands Gordy's mother some lettuce]
Jinnie Sue McAllister: There you go. What are guys doing out here?
Narrator: Nestled in the heartland of America, there's a place called Meadow Brook Farm. And on this farm, there lived a happy pig family. A father pig, a mother pig, and six little pigs.
Luke MacAllister: Did you say your prayers?
Jinnie Sue McAllister: I surely did. Well, good night, daddy.
Luke MacAllister: What are you wiggling for?
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Oh, I'm not wiggling. I'm snuggling.
Luke MacAllister: Why don't you sleep tight because we're gonna drive all night. We're booked to mark the governor's fundraiser.
Gilbert Sipes: How's our little guy?
Jessica Royce: Much better. Thank heaven.
Gilbert Sipes: The place is crawling with reporters. They all want interviews for the morning shows... with the pig.
Hanky Royce: Where is he?
Jessica Royce: Hanky keeps asking for the pig.
Gilbert Sipes: Oh, I just saw them in the hallway. The pig, the father, the little girl. I told them Hanky wasn't to be disturbed.
Hanky Royce: I'd like to see him, please.
Luke MacAllister: [to Hanky while listening to the radio] Wait a minute. Is he saying that your mom doesn't know where you're at? You got some explaining to do, Hanky. I'll tell you what we're gonna do. We're gonna call your mom and take you straight home.
Brinks: He's lovable.
Gilbert Sipes: Whose side are you on?
Brinks: My job is consumer research. I'm telling you why he sells. He gives people hope. If a pig can make it, anyone can.
Luke MacAllister: [as Jessica is reading a postcard] Dear Jessica, I hope everything's ok with you and Hanky as you can see we're back on the dusty trail. Jinnie really like meeting Hanky, but I think she's missing the pig. Hope he's not heating too much. Jinnie's doing great; I'm real proud of her. Boy don't kids grow up fast. I hope her path's crossing in soon. And we're thinking of you, Luke and Jinnie.
Brinks: [On the phone] Dietz, this is Brinks. What's going on? Mr. Sipes is waiting for a report.
Dietz: Yes, sir. Will you tell him that we're still at the park? And...
Gilbert Sipes: What's your problem, Dietz?
Dietz: Everything's fine, sir. Here, you can ask Krugman.
Gilbert Sipes: No, I don't want to talk to Krugman. Dietz. Dietz.
Krugman: Mission accomplished, Mr. Sipes. All locked up in the trunk of the limo
Brinks: What do you mean all?
Gilbert Sipes: You haven't snatched Hanky, have you?
Krugman: We had to sir. He wouldn't let go of the pig.
[Brinks and Gilbert we're devastated from what they heard. They both turn their backs and clenched their fists to their faces]
Gilbert Sipes: All right. I want you to keep him under wraps. And I want you to keep out of sight.
Krugman: Yes sir.
Brinks: Your empire, sir. Would you like me to read off the list?
Hanky Royce: Yes, please, Mr. Brinks.
Brinks: [he reads off the list] Hero pig Breakfast food division. Sweet pops, Sugar tarts, Fudgy flakes.
Gordy: Hey, Hanky. Why don't we make natural foods? They're better bound for people's health.
Hanky Royce: He says change it to natural foods.
Brinks: He says?
Hanky Royce: The boss says he wants fresh foods. Wheat, oats and fruit. Get rid of all the chemicals and artificial junk.
[Brinks takes notes]
Brinks: Yes, sir.
Hanky Royce: What else is he in charge of?
Brinks: Hero Pig snack factories. Sofa Potato chips, Creamy dream cookies.
Gordy: Seem junk. Can't we change to something more wholesome?
Hanky Royce: The boss says he wants fresh foods like a real fruit drink and natural vitamins.
Brinks: This calls for a massive organization. I'll get a copy to Mr. Sipes, he'll get on it right away.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Well, hey there, sleepy face. What are you doing under there? You must've fallen off the hog truck. So... I'm gonna take care of you.
Gordy: I'm trying to find my mamma.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: That's funny. I could've sworn I heard you say mamma.
Gordy: People can understand animals if you take the time to listen. My name is Gordy.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: [chuckles] Come on.
[She picks Gordy up and carries him in her arms]
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Now, what am I gonna call you? I know. Pinky!
Cousin Jake: Well, you sure have come up for the world, Mr. Hero Pig. We've been seeing your smilin' face all over the map.
Luke MacAllister: What are you doing out here all alone?
Hanky Royce: We're heading north looking for Gordy's folks.
Gordy: Hanky's grandpa says you should always do what's right.
Cousin Jake: That's right, Hanky. Always mind your grandpa.
Hanky Royce: Hey, Cousin Jake, you understand piggy talk.
Cousin Jake: I kinda guess at what he's oinking.
Gordy: It's hard to tell if Cousin Jake's pure in heart or simple minded.
Hanky Royce: We've been waiting to ask you a favor, Grandpa. It's about his family. They're lost and he's worried sick. And he wants desperately to go look for them.
Father Pig: [flashback] I love you, Gordy!
Henry Royce: Gordy wants to go? Well, he can't. He's becoming a nation institution. People have taken Gordy into their hearts.
Gordy: Tell him I only wanted to do what's right.
Hanky Royce: He doesn't want to let anyone down, Grandpa. He only wants to do what's right.
Henry Royce: So it's all settled. Say no more about it.
Gilbert Sipes: I want both sets of tests shipped right away.
Camera Assistant: Don't you want to see them first?
Gilbert Sipes: I want them sent rush to all the test markets. I want 30 second spots, prime time TV, and every major city in America. And I want it rush, urgent, now.
Camera Assistant: Hai!
Hanky Royce: She's really not that fat.
Gilbert Sipes: I demand a retest!
Henry Royce: Sorry, Sipes. The public has spoken. We'll sign Gordy to a lifetime contract.
Gilbert Sipes: Well, you think he looks cute now, but he'll grow into a hog before you know it. You think those pictures of Jessica look fat? We're talking lard city.
Henry Royce: I regret to say this, Sipes but my confidence in you is shaken. From now on, I'll supervise Gordy's publicity build up personally. We found our new image, Ladies and Gentlemen. From now on, Hero Pig brands is us.
Dietz: There's 2 kids in the back. One of them looks like a pig.
[Dietz & Krugman look at each other. Then they looked harder. Hanky and Gordy hide]
Hanky Royce: They're still following us.
Gordy: Then we have to get out of here!
Hanky Royce: They'll grab us as soon as we get off. I don't know about you, but I'm getting kind of... scared.
Gordy: Don't worry, Hanky. We'll find a way.
Luke MacAllister: Gimmie a good night kiss.
[Gordy kisses Luke in the cheek]
Luke MacAllister: That was a sweet kiss.
Jessica Royce: Don't worry, Hanky. We'll find him.
Gilbert Sipes: I'm telling you, he's run away.
Jessica Royce: How do you know?
Hanky Royce: Gordy will never do that.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Hank's right.
Gilbert Sipes: Hanky's wrong and it's about time he woke up. Your mother agrees with me.
Jessica Royce: I do not agree.
Gilbert Sipes: Forget Gordy. He's history.
Cousin Jake: [On the phone in front of the audience] Hello, this is Cousin Jake.
President Clinton: Hey there, Cousin Jake. This is the president calling from the oval office. Hillary and I heard about Gordy day there in Branson and we want to join in the celebrations.
Cousin Jake: Yes, sir, Mr. President. Just a minute. Gordy's right here.
[hands phone over to Gordy. He speaks through the phone speaking piggy talk. Audience laughs]
Cousin Jake: I'm sorry, Mr. President. He's speaking piggy talk.
President Clinton: I understand him fine, Jake. By the way, Gordy, we have surprise for you.
[Jake raises the phone toward the audience]
President Clinton: On behalf of the American people, it gives me great pleasure to unveil in your honor your very own postage stamp.
[postage stamp lowers. Cousin Jake hands microphone to Hanky]
Hanky Royce: Gordy says it's an honor, Mr. President. Thank you, sir.
President Clinton: First lady joins me and say good luck, God bless and so long for now.
Cousin Jake: So long, Mr. President.
Gilbert Sipes: Isn't it time for us to go backstage?
Jessica Royce: We can't leave in the middle of Luke's song.
Gilbert Sipes: Why? You've heard one hillbilly, you've heard them all.
Jessica Royce: Let's stay awhile. I think I'm falling in love with country music.
Cousin Jake: Meadowbrook farm. I guess we'll be saying goodbye.
Hanky Royce: Do we have to go, mom? Now that we've given Gordy his farm, he's inviting us to stay. Can't we, mom? Please?
Gordy: Please stay. There's nothing better than a happy family. Come on, say yes.
Luke MacAllister: If you say yes, I'll sure say yes.
Jessica Royce: Yes.
[Luke and Jessica kiss]
Hanky Royce: You deserve a reward, Gordy. If you can have anything in the world, what would you wish for?
Gordy: [Gordy was thinking about what Father pig told him] To find my family.
Hanky Royce: Where are they?
Gordy: They went somewhere pigs don't come back from. It's call up north.
Hanky Royce: Up north?
Gordy: What's that thing?
Hanky Royce: It's a map of the world?
Gordy: World? It looks more like a pumpkin.
Hanky Royce: Here's the United States of America.
[points at United States]
Hanky Royce: And here's where we are.
[points at where they're at]
Gordy: Pretty colors. Can you see where my folks are?
Hanky Royce: Don't worry, Gordy. We'll find them. We have a big day tomorrow.
Hanky Royce: But we're not running away when your family's in danger. You've got no choice. Besides, as soon as we find them, we can come back.
Gordy: But finding my folks is my problem, Hanky. Are you sure you wanna come with me?
Hanky Royce: What are friends for.
Gilbert Sipes: I think I helped discover the little weenie. You know, he's right on the verge of taking over. Hanky, Jessica, Royce, the whole company. Well, he's not gonna stand in my way. Hero Pig has got to go.
Brinks: What do you want us to do?
Gilbert Sipes: Kidnap Gordy.
Hanky Royce: Is that your pig?
Jinnie Sue McAllister: His name is Pinky.
[Gordy squeals, Hanky and Jinnie Sue chuckle]
Jinnie Sue McAllister: I get the feeling, he's not too crazy about his name. What's yours?
Hanky Royce: Henry R. Royce. People call me Hanky.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Please to meet you, Hanky. I'm Jinnie Sue McAllister.
[They shake hands]
Jessica Royce: Hanky, honey! Hanky!
Hanky Royce: I enjoyed our conversation. Hope I see you again, Pinky.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Bye.
Brinks: Hero pig outsold the competition 100 to 1.
Gilbert Sipes: But Jessica had to win!
Henry Royce: I'm sorry, my dear. People just can't resist a baby animal.
Vinnie: [on the phone] Maybe take you bowling. Oh, how about a movie?
Vinnie: Maybe invite me to your place?
Jessica Royce: Wait, I remember your grandpa once told me that we own a processing plant in Omaha.
Hanky Royce: You mean a sausage factory?
Gilbert Sipes: I think you're mistaken, Jessica. There is no such plant. Mr. Brinks has the inventory sheet.
Gilbert Sipes: Show them.
Cousin Jake: What about this?
[takes folder from Brinks and hands it to Jessica]
Jessica Royce: [Looking at folder] Royce processing plant. 6 Colfax St. Omaha.
[Gilbert takes folder from her hands]
Jessica Royce: What are you doing?
Gilbert Sipes: This has nothing to do with Hanky's inheritance.
Cousin Jake: [to Gilbert] You don't have to raise your voice in front of the youngin'!
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Hey there, Hanky. We came to cheer you up.
Cousin Jake: Hiya, Hanky.
Hanky Royce: I'm sure glad to see you.
Luke MacAllister: Hi, I'm Jinnie Sue's dad. Well, she wants me to ask y'all if it'll be alright if Hanky has a pet.
Jessica Royce: A pet? Are you saying you want to give your pig to Hanky?
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Yes, ma'am. They seem to take it to each other. And Hanky told me he sometimes gets lonely and I'm sure a nice pig could cheer him up. Me and my dad, we're always on the move; playing all the time. You folks got the means to provide Pinky a nice home. I just want everyone to be happy.
Hanky Royce: Please, mom. I'll take good care of him.
Jessica Royce: I just don't know how to thank you, Jinnie Sue.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: You hear that? Your mom says it's ok.
Jinnie Sue McAllister: [to Gordy] I'll miss you, Pinky. Take good care of Hanky.
[hands Gordy to Hanky]
Jinnie Sue McAllister: Here you go. Now that he's yours, you can change his name if you want to. By, Hanky. I hope I'll see you again.
Hanky Royce: Thanks, Jinnie Sue.
Hanky Royce: Mom, we're back!
Jessica Royce: Hanky!
[rushes to Hanky and gives him a hug]
Jessica Royce: Hanky. Oh, baby, I've been so worried about you.
Brinks: Congratulations, Hanky. Consumer research is at your service.
Attorney: Congratulations, young man.
Gilbert Sipes: Oh, thank heaven. Our search has been successful. Hanky and Gordy safe and sound.
Gilbert Sipes: Your orders were to kidnap Gordy, tie him in the sack and toss him in the river.
Andrea Jenkins: [On TV] Tragedy was narrowly reported by the heroic actions of a brave little pig.
[Man grabs Gordy and Jinnie Sue grabbed him into her arms]
Andrea Jenkins: With no one around to help, the pig apparently jumped into the swimming pool,
[Henry is carrying Hanky and Jessica is right at this side as they head inside]
Andrea Jenkins: pushing an inflatable pool toy, swam to the boy and saved his life.
[Henry, Hanky and Jessica are sitting down watching the news]
Gilbert Sipes: [to reporters] He needs some rest right now.
[Shuts door and reporters leave]
Andrea Jenkins: We've been told that the young Royce is going to be okay. He's expected to make a complete recovery. We've just been talking with a spokesman for the family. He says that Henry Royce and other members of the family are inside with the boy now. We've been told that ceremonies to honor the pig are now being planned by the governor. This is Andrea Jenkins live at the Huntington Estate in Compton county.
[Henry turns off TV]
Hanky Royce: Gordy. Where are you, Gordy? Gordy.
[finds Gordy hiding in the costumes]
Hanky Royce: There you are.
Gordy: You know that thing in front of the camera? Mr. Sipes made him change it.
Hanky Royce: Change the lens? Why?
Gordy: I don't know, Hanky. But I think something funny is gonna happen.
Hanky Royce: Maybe we better change it back. Come on.
Governor: [to Hanky] Hey there, Hanky. You're growing like a beanstalk, boy.
Gilbert Sipes: Listen carefully. I want Kokoyaki to concentrate on Jessica while you take care of the pig and I want you to use
[unveils camera lens]
Gilbert Sipes: this.
Camera Assistant: This is a wide angle lens. Why would you want to shoot anybody with this?
Gilbert Sipes: Do as I tell you.
Camera Assistant: [to Cameraman] Get those piggy eyes. I love those piggy eyes.
Gilbert Sipes: Sickening. Hero Pig label puts on one CD and it goes platinum? How do you account for it?
Attorney: [reading the will] My dear relatives and friends, under ordinary circumstances, my beloved daughter Jessica will inherit my industrial empire. However, rather than devote her energy's incorporate business, Jessica has chosen a personal career. With that in mind, Jessica will not be next in line to inherit Royce industries.
[Jessica felt heartbroken and leaned against Gilbert. Brinks crosses out something from a notepad]
Attorney: In her place, I leave all of my holdings to the person closest to her. He loves her and will continue to provide all finances and expenditures required for her well-being. My beloved grandson Hanky.
[Jessica was surprised. Brinks writes down notes]
Attorney: However, my grandson is still a minor and must wait until he is of age to come into the inheritance. Therefore, I leave my entire fortune in the care of one who has helped build my company into one of the most successful businesses in America. The trademark of Hero Pig brands: Gordy.
TV Anchorman: A great American is dead at 73. Family, friends and business associates are in mourning today at the news of the death of Henry Royce. Royce, one of the nation's most loved industrials and humanitarians died after suffering a heart attack. He was laid arrest in St. Louis in a private family ceremony. Meanwhile, the daughter of Henry Royce, Jessica is expected to be named in the Royce will as sole owner of the industrial empire.