1 Carl Fredricksen; 2 Charles F. Muntz; 3 Russell; 4 Dug; 5 Ellie; 6 Dialogue; 7 Pete Docter on Up ( I have just met you and I love you! [The dogs are searching in the forest for Kevin]: Gamma: Hang on, I–I picked up the bird's scent!. Feb 24, pixar up carl and ellie chairs | carl-and-ellie-chairs-Up. A young Carl Fredrickson meets a young adventure-spirited girl named Ellie. Kelly Smith. Carl and Ellie grow up, get married and live in the restored house. They then meet a Golden Retriever named Dug, who wears a special collar that allows him .
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But it's fun or, maybe the right word is depressing? Actually, here's almost the exact opposite take: It was his lifelong dream to go with his wife and be with her there. What was he going to do there?
Hunt his food and clean his own water, in his age? Carl was planning to die at Paradise Falls. That way he'd be with his wife again. When he chose to leave the Falls he chose to live. He's tired of the new generation sweeping him under the rug. He takes whatever he has and flies his house halfway across the world in an effort to finish what he'd always dreamed of.
Much like, say, an American senior citizen cashing in on their k.
However, his whole plan goes awry when a selfish, obese, and poorly educated child tags along Russell, a young Wilderness Explorer who visited Carl in his effort to earn his final merit badge, for assisting the elderly, becomes an accidental stowaway. After surviving a thunderstorm, the flying house lands on a tepui opposite Paradise Falls.
Carl and Russell harness themselves to the still-buoyant house and begin to walk it across the mesa, hoping to reach the falls before the balloons deflate. Russell encounters a tall, colorful flightless bird, known as the mythical "Snipe", whom he names "Kevin".
They then meet a Golden Retriever named Dug, who wears a special collar that allows him to speak and who vows to take the bird to his master. The next day, they encounter a pack of aggressive dogs led by Alpha, a Doberman Pinscher, and are taken to their master, who turns out to be Charles Muntz.
Muntz invites Carl and Russell aboard his dirigible, where he explains to them that he is searching for a giant bird. When Russell notes the bird's similarity to Kevin, Muntz becomes hostile, believing they are attempting to capture the bird themselves. Carl flees with Kevin and Dug, but Muntz captures Kevin and starts a fire beneath Carl's house, forcing him to choose between saving it or Kevin. After Carl saves the house, he and Russell eventually reach the falls, though Russell is upset at Carl for abandoning Kevin.
Carl looks through Ellie's childhood scrapbook and is surprised to find that she has filled in the blank pages with photos of their marriage, along with a note thanking him for the "adventure" and encouraging him to go have a new one. The repentant Carl goes outside, only to see Russell sailing off with some balloons and the propulsive leaf blower to try to rescue Kevin.
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By throwing out his furniture and keepsakes, Carl manages to lighten the house enough to follow. I could help you cross your porch. Well, I gotta help you cross something. What're you doing up here, kid? I found the snipe, and I followed it under your porch, but this snipe had a long tail and looked more like a large mouse.
Let's play a game. My mom loves that game! Hang on, I—I picked up the bird's scent! What do you think? Wait a minute, what's this? I'm getting prunes and denture cream! Oh, man, Master will not be pleased. We better tell him someone took the bird.
Soon enough the bird will be ours yet again. Find the scent, my compadres, and you too shall have much rewarding from Master for the toil factor you wage. You must have bumped it. Your voice sounds funny! But maybe Dug would. You might wanna ask him.
I wonder if he's found the bird on his 'very special mission'. Do not mention Dug to me at this time. His fool's errand will keep him most occupied. Do you not agree with that which I am saying to you now?
Sure, but the second Master finds out you sent Dug out by himself, none of us will get a treat. Hey, your voice sounds funny. Have you seen the bird?! The bird is my prisoner now. Come tomorrow, I will have the bird, and then you will like me.
Who are you talking to?
Why's he with that small mailman?! Wait, aren't you super wilderness guy C—Can I tell you a secret? There, I said it!