Napoleon and Samantha

Synopsis: 11-year old Napoleon lives with his grandfather. He has a good friend who is a clown at a circus. When the clown returns to Europe, Napoleon takes care of lion Major. But the grandfather dies and Napoleon runs off with the lion and his friend Samantha.
Genre: Adventure, Drama
Director(s): Bernard McEveety
Production: Walt Disney Productions
92 min

all over your dress?

- [Sam] Is horse hair.

- [Gertrude] Horse hair!

Grandpa, I'm home!

I'm home, Grandpa!

- Hi, Grandpa.

- Ahoy, there, mate.

Hey, you're late.

You been behaving yourself?

I'm glad to hear that.

We've got to keep things

ship-shape around here.

- Permission to speak, sir.

- [Seth] Permission granted.

All the other kids are going

to the movies. Can we go?

Well, now, that depends.

Depends on what?

On whether or not you're going to give

your grandpa's aching back a rub.


- Go on now, get the liniment.

- OK.

[Seth chuckles]

Did Captain Morgan really die

in a Spanish prison?

Not on your life. There wasn't

a prison in the world could hold him.

There's nothing as tough

as an old sea dog.

You think I could ever do

all the things you did, Grandpa?

Well, if you eat your vittles,

keep your curiosity up

and your wits about you, you will.

[Flute music]

- What is it, Grandpa?

- Well, darned if I know.

[Music continues]

Step right up.

Join the celebration.

Is a real live lion!


What are you celebrating?

We are celebrating an ending,

my dear friends.

An ending? To what?

To a lifelong partnership.

Yes, and two glorious careers.

Oh, permit me.

Dimetri. The clown.

- [Drum roll]

- Da dah!

- I'm Seth Wilson.

- And I'm Napoleon.

And Major, the king of beasts.

[Dimetri] Won't you join us?

Please, I beg of you.

- Are you sure he won't object?

- Oh, no. He won't object.

He's the most kind and gentle

king of beasts.

- Would you do the honors, please?

- The honors? Oh, yes.

[Dimetri] Have you seen such a thing?

[Dimetri laughs loudly]

So, you're retiring?

Dimetri is finally going home.

To Europe.

Is the lion going with you?

Well, that is the predicament.

- That is the sadness.

- [Seth] Why?

[Napoleon] Whas the matter?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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