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Disney Quotes; "Up" Style

Disney's movie "Up" features an elderly man, a small boy, and a talking dog. While many claim it to be their favorite, how well do you really know the movie?


 

Quiz ID:#31462
Fun:*** (2.27)
Difficulty:** (1.83)
Category:Movies > Quotes
Created By:christiangrltus*****

 

 

 



#1   Who said "I can smell you"?

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#2   Who said "Don't worry! I will stop the dogs"?

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#3   Who said "Hey, let's play a game. It's called 'see who can be quiet the longest'"?

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#4   Who said "GP what"?

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#5   Who said "Can we keep him? Please? Please? Please? ... But it's a TALKING DOG"?

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#6   Who said "You'd better get up, Russell. Or else, the tigers will come and eat you"?

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#7   Who said "I was hiding under your porch because I love you. Can I stay?"

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#8   Who said "I like you temporarily"?







#9   Who said "Hi kid! I got somethin' to show ya"?







#10   Who said "I do not like the cone of shame"?







#11   Who said "Waa"?







#12   Who said "Mayhaps you desire to - SQUIRREL"?







#13   Who said "That might sound boring, but I think the boring stuff is the stuff I remember the most"?

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#14   Who said "Grey one"?

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