BoltBlu-ray Disc - 2009 | Blu-ray version.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
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Bolt (to the cats): "I would super-bark you both out of here, but I need you alive so you can take a message to the green-eyed man. You tell him...."
Cat: "Is it long?"
Bolt: "Is what long?"
Cat: "The message. Is it long? I have a horrible memory."
Bolt: "I'll make it brief, ok? You tell the green-eyed man that I will not...."
Cat: "Wait, wait, wait, here's an idea." (says to the other cat) "you remember the first half of the message, and I'll remember the second half, and then we can give it to the green-eyed man together."
Bolt: "Look, I don't care how the message is given. Just tell him that I will not rest, nor sleep until my Penny is safe from his evil clutches. You tell him....."
Cat: "Wow, wow, wow, way too many words. First I was like, What? then I was like, Huh??? And then, I got a little bored. Something about clutches?? Anyway, I'll do my best. Chow!"
Mittens: I'm getting a little worried about the number of lunatics on this trip. My limit is one.
Mittens: How do you say 'there's no way I'm doing this' in crazy!!!!!!!!
(Rhino) IT'S A GOOD DAY TO DIE!!!! (Mittens) Not on MY watch, rodent!
Rhino (to himself): Ring Ring! Who is it? Destiny! I've been expecting your call!
Bolt: What is this red liquid coming from my paw?
Mittens: It's called blood, hero!
Bolt: Do I need it?
Mittens: Yes, so if you want to keep it inside your body, where it belongs, you should stop jumping off trucks doing eighty on the interstate!
Bolt: Okay. So what we do here is we give the target a quick flyover, we adjust the trajectory, and then land dead center. Am I missing anything, Rhino?
Rhino: Just the knowledge that every minute spent in your company becomes the new greatest minute of my life!
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All Bolt has ever known is danger, bad guys, and his adoring owner, Penny.... until he enters the real world. He travels across the country to rescue Penny from the evil Dr. Calico, but in the process he meets Mittens the alley cat and Rhino the adventure-crazy hamster (well, technically his heritage isn't all hamster. 1/16 wolf, a little wolverine in there somewhere.... anyway). Is he too late... or is Penny even in danger?