Here is the transcript for Littlefoot and The Phantom of the Opera.


Littlefoot: What is this place?

Cera: I don't know. Maybe it's an art cavern. Something is strange in there.

Ducky the Dinosaur: Oh, Spike, I haven't been here before, have you?

Spike the Dinosaur: Nuh-uh.

Ducky: Then this is my first time ever as well! Yep, yep, yep.

Petrie: Me too! And me looking forward to that.

Ruby the Dinosaur: I was about to say the same thing.

Chomper: My nose is telling me there might be any meats somewhere.

Kimberly AJ (me): Well, dino kids, I might want to tell you that the place you're in is the Radio City Music Hall. It's one of America's amphitheaters in New York where Broadway sits.

Petrie: Really?

Cera: Boy, you sure are right, Kimberly, I can't wait to show my family about this.

Littlefoot: Can I just sit with you, my human friend?

Kimberly: Of course, Littlefoot, you sure are a lucky dinosaur. If Chomper is mentioning meat, then I bet there might be hotdogs and cheeseburgers in his case.

Meowth: Fluff my whiskers! I really love Broadway~!

Elmo: So does Elmo!

Yoshi: Come on, Mario, I want a cookie!

Mario: Okey-dokey, Yoshi, I'll get it for you.

Shiny Luminous: I can't wait to see beautiful characters with such angelic voices, Cure Peach.

Cure Peach: Me neither, Luminous, I wish I could add special effects for love scenes.

Glitter/Cure Heart: All it needs is a dash of Doki-Doki.

Cure Flora: Time for me to add some flowers for the stage.

Cure Miracle: Well, I just have to unwind as one of the good witches.

Bugs Bunny: Looney Toons, this is the first time for everything and I have my date with me.

Lola Bunny: You tell 'em, Bugsy~!

Princess Peach: My dear beloved Mario will have to sit next to me.

Princess Daisy: After a snack for Yoshi? Well, I expect Luigi to do the same for me.

Monophanie: I haven't heard any songs in all my life, daddy, how many do you think there are? I bet the main star would be given my flowers.

Monokuma: Hmm, I haven't either, my sweet girl. Come to think of it, watching this makes me want to switch sides literally.

Princess Dot: Hey, big guy, I'm Princess Dot. This is my big sister Atta, our mom, and my best idol Flik. They also have assorted bugs as our friends.

Princess Atta: Hi, it's my pleasure to see you for the first time~

Gypsy the Moth: I'm Gypsy and my husband next to me is Manny.

Manny the Mantis: Greetings, sir!

Queen of Ant Island: My privilege to meet you.

Gonta Gokuhara: You bugs can talk? Oh, wow, Gonta didn't expect bugs that talk and are sized with humans.

Korekiyo Shinguji: Speaking of humans, I've heard that some had founded Broadway somewhere in the 20th century. *takes his hat off* If my sister were here with me, she would see this place.

Minnie Mouse: I wonder how thrilling this event would be.

Mickey Mouse: Yeah, I'm starting to feel the same thing.

Bowser Jr.: This is gonna be a creepy show, huh, papa?

Bowser: Sure, Junior, I'm so crazy at creepy. *chuckling*

(indistinct chattering from the rest of the excited characters)

Mike the Microphone: Welcome, characters of all species! I am your announcer Mike the Talking Microphone. Today, this theater will entertain you with the longest Broadway musical you haven't heard of; British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber was inspired by a story originated by French author Gaston Leroux and Lloyd Webber himself made this musical out of it. So females and males of all species and ages, the Radio City Music Hall presents... the Phantom of the Opera~!

(audience of characters cheering with an applause)

THE STAGE OF THE PARIS OPERA, 1905 (The contents of the opera house is being auctioned off. An AUCTIONEER, PORTERS, BIDDERS, and RAOUL, seventy now, but still bright of eye. The action commences with a blow from the AUCTlONEER's gavel)

Auctioneer: Sold. Your number, sir? Thank you.

Lot 663, then, ladies and gentlemen: a poster for this house's production of "Hannibal" by Chalumeau.

Porter: Showing here.

Auctioneer: Do I have ten francs? Five then. Five I am bid. Six, seven. Against you, sir, seven. Eight. Eight once. Selling twice. Sold, to Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny.

Lot 664: a wooden pistol and three human skulls from the 1831 production of "Robert le Diable" by Meyerbeer. Ten francs for this. Ten, thank you. Ten francs still. Fifteen, thank you, sir. Fifteen I am bid. Going at fifteen. Your number, sir?

665, ladies and gentlemen: a papier-mache musical box, in the shape of a barrel-organ. Attached, the figure of a monkey in Persian robes playing the cymbals. This item, discovered in the vaults of the theater, still in working order.

Porter (holding it up): Showing here. (He sets it in motion)

Auctioneer: May I start at twenty francs? Fifteen, then? Fifteen I am bid.

(the bidding continues. Raoul eventually buys the box for thirty francs)

Sold, for thirty francs to the Vicomte de Chagny. Thank you, sir.

(The box is handed across to Raoul. He studies it, as attention focuses on him for a moment)


A collector's piece indeed...
every detail exactly as she said...
She often spoke of you, my friend....
Your velvet lining, and your figurine of lead...
Will you still play,
when all the rest of us are dead?

Auctioneer: Lot 666, then: a chandelier in pieces. Some of you may recall the strange affair of the Phantom of the Opera: a mystery never fully explained. We are told ladies and gentlemen, that this is the very chandelier which figures in the famous disaster. Our workshops have restored it and fitted up parts of it with wiring for the new electric light, so that we may get a hint of what it may look like when reassembled. Perhaps we may frighten away the ghost of so many years ago with a little illumination, gentlemen?

(He switches on the chandelier. There is an enormous flash, and the OVERTURE begins. During the overture the opera house is restored to its earlier grandeur. With the audience of the Great Crossover exclaiming in amazement, the chandelier immense and glittering, rises magically from the stage, finally hovering high above the stalls)

Princess Peach: I see how this begins.

Yoshi: Yep.

Act I


(We have reached the great choral scene in which HANNIBAL and his army return to save Carthage from the Roman invasion under Scipio. HANNIBAL is UBALDO PIANGI; ELISSA, Queen of Carthage (his mistress) is CARLOTTA GUIDICELLI. The two leading SLAVE GIRLS are played by MEG GIRY and CHRISTINE DAAE. MME. GIRY is the ballet mistress. M. REYER, the repetiteur, is in charge.

We join the opera towards the end of ELISSA's (CARLOTTA's) great aria. She is alone, holding a pre. from the approaching HANNIBAL, a bleeding severed head)


This trophy~
from our saviors,

Monophanie: How gory! BLRGHBLRGHBLRGHBLRGHBLRGH! *gags*

[Carlotta] From our saviors~

Monotaro: Oh, my god! Monophanie!


From the enslaving force
of Rome~!

Monosuke: Here, sis, this bucket will catch your puke.

[Female stage chorus]

With feasting and dancing and song,
tonight in celebration
we greet the victorious throng,
returned to bring salvation!

Act II

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