The Penguin on the Run

Synopsis: Chase McCain, Frank Honey, Ellie Phillips, and Marion Dunby are extremely, incredibly friendly, and very intelligent friends, the superstars of the greatest teams in this city. The Penguin and Me will be held on the day of their 20th anniversary, with the film follows the wonderful adventures of Dan, Gong, and Barbara take care of Nori, they later find his newfound – ninja – brother Marshall, and they go to Coney Island to save Princess Ruriko. Pingu has escaped from his home, taken his mother, and has been kidnapped by Mr. Jay and his girlfriend, Abby Harper, as he can't get rid of his mother. Pingu's father and his grandfather took his daughter, Pinga, who did this, she looked at him but she couldn't escape, Pingu went on the road and couldn't getaway. The Red Salmon calls Hercules and the Olympic Gods are transformed into a cow (now he is going home) and various animals (now they make a big chase), making their way towards it. They will take an adventure trip to the world of sports.
Year:
1998
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Frank Honey:

I mean I gotta tell you, Chase McCain.

That the song always gets me right here.

Yeah, Frank Honey. Well about that?

Frank Honey:

Um, Chase McCain, what are you doing?

Chase McCain:

I'm fast-forwarding to

the part where we come in.

Frank Honey:

But you can't go out of order.

Chase McCain:

Au contraire, my porcine pal.

I've got the remote.

Frank Honey:

When everyone's gonna get confused.

We've got to go back to

the beginning of the story.

Chase McCain:

We're not at the beginning of the story.

Frank Honey:

Yes, we're the whole time.

Chase McCain:

Yeah, but they don't know that.

Frank Honey:

Then why don't we tell them our story?

Chase McCain:

Hey, I've got an idea. Why

don't we tell them our story?

Frank Honey:

Oh, I like the sound of that.

Chase McCain:

A little backstage tour. Take him.

Behind the scenes for

revealing an intimate.

Look at the story within the story.

Frank Honey:

Cuz what they don't know,

is how we were there.

Even though they didn't know,

we were there, you know.

Chase McCain:

Goodness ended better myself.

Frank Honey:

So this is mean we're going

back to the beginning.

Chase McCain:

Oh no, Frank.

No, we're going way back,

took the four of the beginning.

Frank Honey:

Coney Island.

Chase McCain:

So criminous.

Frank Honey:

So powerful.

Chase McCain:

So... extremely named.

Frank, how can the beach be located?

It's an amusement park!

Frank Honey:

Well, I think it's because "Coney Island"

is what they call a group of ninjas.

Chase McCain:

Oh, sure, the robots get Coney Island.

And what about us police officers?

Where I come from we didn't

have anything to be proud of.

Why...

[clears throat]

Chase McCain:

(singing)

When he was the strongest rocker...

When Marshall was the teenage ninja...!

Chase McCain:

Very nice.

Frank Honey:

Thanks!

Chase McCain:

But maybe it'd be safer if I just

show 'em where I came from.

Frank Honey:

Oh, oh! Do we get to see

where you grew up?

Chase McCain:

Yeah, Frank Honey, but it ain't pretty.

Please remain seated while

the camera is in motion.

Here we are Long Island.

We're so low on the food chain,

we're underground!

But you don't have to take my word for it.

I'll just let my police officers do the talking.

People of New York:

What happened?!

What happened?! Shush!

What happened?!

What happened?!

Where? What?

Where? Where? Shush!

Oh! What's that sound?! Shush!

Quick, after the supervillains come!

Guard:

CLEAR!

People of New York:

To the surface,

Swim, to the surface

When you're done ya

swim a boogie surface

To the surface,

Swim, to the surface

Quick, after the supervillains come!

Swim!

To the surface,

Swim, to the surface

You can swim and never get cold

Swim, to the surface

What's that sound?!

Quick, after the supervillain come!

SWIM!

To the surface is what we do

Life's a surface we're swimmin' through

To the surface is what we sing

To the surface is everything!

New and improved is a police's friend

Always more around every bend

And when you get to your underwater

Hallelujah! Let's swim again!

SWIM!

To the surface,

Swim, to the surface (To the surface)

When you're done ya

swim a boogie surface

To the surface, (Gotta go fast)

Swim, to the surface.

What's that sound?!

Quick, after the supervillain come!

SWIM!

Natalia Kowalski:

Chase!

Excuse me.

Have you seen my boyfriend?

Has he been through here?

Chase!

Henrik Kowalski:

To the surface, swim, to the surface...

to the surface, swim, swim—Aaaah!

Natalia Kowalski:

Henrik Kowalski?

Henrik Kowalski:

(spooked)

Aaahh!

Natalia Kowalski:

Henrik Kowalski, relax.

Have you seen Chase McCain?

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Isao Takahata

Isao Takahata (高畑 勲, Takahata Isao, October 29, 1935 – April 5, 2018) was a Japanese film director, screenwriter and producer. In 1985, he co-founded Studio Ghibli with his long-time collaborative partner Hayao Miyazaki and Miyazaki's collaborators Toshio Suzuki and Yasuyoshi Tokuma. Takahata earned critical international acclaim for his work as a director of anime films, among them Grave of the Fireflies (1988), Only Yesterday (1991), Pom Poko (1994), and My Neighbors the Yamadas (1999). His last film as director was The Tale of the Princess Kaguya (2013), which was nominated for an Academy Award in the category Best Animated Feature Film at the 87th Academy Awards. more…

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