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MANY COUNTRIES
MIGHT DISPUTE THIS FACT;  BUT
WE FRENCH KNOW THE TRUTH: 
THE BEST FOOD IN THE WORLD
IS MADE IN FRANCE. 

  ...
IN THE FRENCH COUNTRYSIDE
LIVES A RAT WITH A HIGHLY
DEVELOPED SENSE OF SMELL. 
HIS NAME'S RE/ WY. ..

HIS SENSE OF SMELL
I...
BUT IT'S IMPOSSIBLE
To REsIsT!  THERE ARE so
MANY GOOD THINGS IN
THE KITCHEN. ..

 BUT IT DOESN'T
COME WITHOUT
ITS DANGERS...
/,  HEY;  EMILE. ’ I FOUND A
;4~».  . MUSHROOM. ’ HELP ME

THE ONLY ONE FIND A GOOD PLACE
WHO KNOWS IS To pu-r -n. u5_I

H...
A SHORT
WHILE LATER.  ON
THE ROOF. ..

THE SECRET
IS TO KEEP
TURNING

'7' GAsP!  THAT

STORM IS GETTING
CLOSER. ’ DON'T
YO...
I'VE BEEN HERE
A MILLION TIMEs. ..
sHE TuRNs ON THE
COOKING CHANNEL, 
THEN sHE FALLs
AsLEEP! 

SAFFRON .  . . 
GUSTEAU
SWE...
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LOOK. .. THAT's
GusTEAu! 

 
  
  
 

  

YOU MUST BE
IMAGINATIVE;  AND TRY
THINGS THAT ARE DARING
AND ORIGINAL. ’

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AND SUDDENLY T’ V
THE CEILING CAVES IN;  - ‘

REVEALING
THE RATS’ sECRET
HIDING PLACE! 

SOUND T. ‘/E ALARM’
EVACUATE Tl/ ...
REMY DRIFTS TOWARDS
TWO TUNNELS AND; 
UNFORTUNATELY;  CHOOSES
THE WRONG ONE. ..

  

. ..THE ONE THAT
DOESN'T LEAD HIM TO
...
SO;  REMY GOT
SEPARATED AND ENDED
UP ALONE. ..

WHAT ARE
YOU MOPING
ABOUT? 

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MY FAMILY;  MY 0

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‘ ‘ HEY. ’ YOU ARE
I___ Go UP AND AND IN FACT REMY BETTER THAN THAT! 

LOOK AROuND! '' , , , .  _ F'N91?O5s°T“E‘§L3“EA° CO...
MEANWHILE; 

IN GUSTEAU'S OLD
RESTAURANT A YOUNG
FELLOW BY THE NAME OF
£/ NGU/ N/ TALKS TO HEAD
CHEF SA’/ NNER. ..

MY MOT...
“NOW;  WHO

“A GARBAGE
BOY. ’ HE TAKES OUT
THE GARBAGE.  HE

DOESN'T COOK. ’ "

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DO I ALwAYs
SAY?  ANYONE
CAN...
, E _ wHAT ARE You
Now REMY's REALLY ' ’ ' «,  wAITING FOR?  You KNOw

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ATTENTION. ..

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A LITTLE WHILE

LATER;  ON THE

BANKS OF THE
SEINE. ..

CAN YOU DO
IT AGAIN? 

THAT EVENING; 
LINGUINI TAKES IN
REMY AND T...
THEY GO TO
WORK TOGETHER: 
STAYING OUT OF

TROUBLE. ..

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THE NEXT DAY
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SLICING VE-
GETABLEG! 

   

MEANWHILE; 
COLETTE TEACHES

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THEY LIKE LINGUINI'S
COOKING. ’ . 

  
 

LINGUI...
REMY GUIDES

LINGUINI INTO / 
PREPARING A < 2 
GOOD 0'9“!  . "5" h ‘ ' wHA-r Age you poms; -'>_I N0.’ THE RECIPE 
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LINGUINI BRINGS , ;.~’
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MEANWHILE;  REMY IS

CELEBRATING WITH A

NICE PIECE OF CHEESE
WHEN. ..

BELIEVE IT! 
you'RE ALIVE. ’
you MADE
/77

TO THE ...
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IT WOULDN'T HURT
TO VISIT. .. , 

 
 
   

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BuT. .. wHAT ARE wE DOING? 
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IN THE
MEANTIMEI
REMY IS BACK
AT HOME. ..

     
 
   
    
  

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HAS RETUR-
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YOU
ARE NOT
STAYI NG ? 

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B| RD'S GOTTA
LEAVE THE

V wE'RE NoT
BIRDs,  wE'RE RATS. ’

MAyBE THAT's A GooD THIN...
THE WORLD WE LIVE
IN BELONGS TO THE
ENEMY. ..

YOU'RE
TELLING ME -
THAT THE FUTU-  "
RE CAN ONLY __ 
BE MORE OF

CHANGE / ...
THE FoLLowING ‘ “ N.  ' " ”' I
M§§T'fl§S’E§E1'. ‘g'; |'g5  AND LINGuINI.  AFTER
NEW LIFE,  uNDER 9”E"'°""G ‘W0 I
THE CHEFIQ...
WHEN I ADDED THE
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 AT THE SAME INSTANT: 
IN THE HOME OF POWERFUL
FOOD CRITIC ANTON EGO; 
THERE IS D/ SBEL/ EF. ..

AND AS FOR SKINNER?...
ACTuALLy,  IT
LOOKS As IF
REMy's ALREADy
IN TRouBLE! 

TOLD THEM? 
THAT'S EXACTLY
WHAT I SAID NOT

THEY'RE MY
FRIENDS. .. ...
AND REMy HAs TO
SKINNER .   RuN AwAy WITH THE
AI2RIVE9--- DoCuMENTs TIGHTLy

BUT I '
SUDDENLY J ‘ I
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' THERAT!  
IT's GE...
SOON THE WHOLE
CITY KNOWS WHO
LINGUINI IS. ..

BuT AT THE
REsTAuRANT _

- LINGuINI HAS ‘—,  
TO FACE A NEw. .. . .I -g. 

...
LINGUINI IS
OVER-CONFIDENT
AND REMY
DISAPPROVES THE
BEHAVIOR. ..

THAT EVENING; 

IN THE KITCHEN; 
LINGUINI WANTS

TO MAKE...
HERE YOU ARE. ..
LOOK;  I DON'T
WANT TO

 

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V ‘ ~ — FAILED ME, ANDI...
wHAT ARE you
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REsTAuRANT's
HOURS?  IT'S NoT
SAFE. ’

JUST CAN'T
LEAVE IT ALONE; 
CAN YOU? 

oH.  No!  WHA...
BUT DuANGo Is coMING
TO THE RESCUE:  THE RATs
ARE PUSHING A GARGoyLE , 

OFF THE ROOF. .. 3

 
 

I KNOW wHo I

AM!  wHy D...
MEANWHILE;  AT THE
RESTAURANT;  EGO IS
ALREADY SITTING AT HIS
TABLE. ’ AND LINGUINI'S
IN HOT WATER. ..

HOW

ECIPE? 

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I KNOW THIS SOUNDS

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TELL Us wHAT To 95. ,1. DONE. .. ,   I I-IN...
COLETTE?  OH: 
YOU CAME

DO/ V’ 7' SAY
A WORD. ’ -JUST
TELL ME WHAT THE
RAT WANTS TO

RATATOUILLEP 11-us DISH
IS HUMBLE. ....
S

 SO HE DEMANDS
TO MEET THE MYSTERY CHEF. ’
COLETTE AND LINGUINI AGREE: 
BUT ONLY IF EGO WAITS UNTIL
THE OTHER DINERS HA...
“LAST NIGHT I EXPERIENCED
SOMETHING NEW,  AN
EXTRAORDINARY MEAL
FROM AN EXTRAORDINARY
SOURcE! "

“ANYONE CAN
COOK. .. ONLY...
I “. .. THE TRUTH IS;  THE ONLY THING
' PREDICTABLE IN LIFE IS THAT IT'S

UNRREDICTABLEI"
'9‘ -
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‘I
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HERE ENDS THE STORY
OF REMY. ’ BUT IT'S dUST
THE BEGINNING FOR A NEW
RESTAURANT IN TOWN. ..

A VERY SPECIAL
RESTAURANT.  W...
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  1. 1. iosnep - PIXAR ‘ (rat at too ee) ; . Ag‘: .. v-—- -7 ‘ ‘p ’W~ 5. 7 « 3. m P. ‘ % G) I: .‘L’ D ‘ ©
  2. 2. MANY COUNTRIES MIGHT DISPUTE THIS FACT; BUT WE FRENCH KNOW THE TRUTH: THE BEST FOOD IN THE WORLD IS MADE IN FRANCE. AND THE BEST FOOD IN FRANCE IS MADE IN PAR/ S’ THE BEST FOOD IN PARIS; SOME SAY: IS MADE BY CHEF AUGUSTE GUSTEAU. AMUSING TITLE, ANYONE CA/ V cook! WHAT'S EVEN MoI2E AMUSING IS THAT GUSTEAU ACTUALLY SEEMS TO BELIEVE IT! GUSTEAU’S RESTAURANT IS THE TOAST OF PARIS. HIS COOKBOOK, “ANYONE CAN COOK. ”’: IS A BESTSELLER.
  3. 3. IN THE FRENCH COUNTRYSIDE LIVES A RAT WITH A HIGHLY DEVELOPED SENSE OF SMELL. HIS NAME'S RE/ WY. .. HIS SENSE OF SMELL IS so I<EEN THAT HE CAN TELL wHEN Eooa HAS BEEN PO/ SONED. ’ AFTER REMY HAS CHECKED ALL THE Eooo, THE RATS GATHEI2 IN THE ATTIC OF THE HOUSE NEARBY To EAT! BUT REMY HAS wHy Don’-r THIS IS Dc/ AA/ GO, V ,7 ,5N. T MUCH MORE RE- we was me HIS FATHER! HE'S YOU'VE QTEALING H; No FINED TASTES. .. pagan poop PROUD OF HIS HELPED A ONE WANTE I= ;2oM THE SON. .. cNpfiJBsLEE, I1-___ KITCHEN? ’ STAY OUT OF THE KITCHEN NOBLE? . AND AWAY FROM WE'RE THIEVES; ’ THE HUMANS. ’ IT'S DAD. AND WHAT DA/ VGEROI/3’ WE'RE STEALING IS GARBA-
  4. 4. BUT IT'S IMPOSSIBLE To REsIsT! THERE ARE so MANY GOOD THINGS IN THE KITCHEN. .. BUT IT DOESN'T COME WITHOUT ITS DANGERS. ’ so REMY HAs A sECRET LIFE FULL op DANGERS. ’
  5. 5. /, HEY; EMILE. ’ I FOUND A ;4~». . MUSHROOM. ’ HELP ME THE ONLY ONE FIND A GOOD PLACE WHO KNOWS IS To pu-r -n. u5_I HIS BROTHER EMILE. WHY ARE ' I'M HANDLING FOOD. I YOU WALKING DON'T WANT TO TASTE LIKE THAT? ‘ ~ EVERYWHERE MY PAWS HAVE BEEN. CHEESE’ THAT WOULD Go . . BEAuTIFuLLY WIT, H MY « , ~ I MUSHROOM. I DON'T V A - REALLY KNow. .. ‘ LEE YOU'RE BUT WE HAVE RIGHT. WE'VE TO RETURN GoTTA CooK *4
  6. 6. A SHORT WHILE LATER. ON THE ROOF. .. THE SECRET IS TO KEEP TURNING '7' GAsP! THAT STORM IS GETTING CLOSER. ’ DON'T YOU THINK WE SHOULD. .. OHHH. .. MUNCH. .. TASTY. ’ YOU GOTTA TASTE THIS! NOT sMOKY. NOT 5562.. . WHAT WOULD YOU CALL THAT FLAVOR? WHAT THIS STILL NEEDS NOW SOMETHING THAT MUST BE FOUND IN THE KITCHEN. .. 9AF"'2°"'-’ HMM. .. WHERE CAN IT BE? LIKE IT. ’ SHE'S GONNA WAKE
  7. 7. I'VE BEEN HERE A MILLION TIMEs. .. sHE TuRNs ON THE COOKING CHANNEL, THEN sHE FALLs AsLEEP! SAFFRON . . . GUSTEAU SWEARS BY IT! , ‘ WAIT A MINUTE. .. YOU . JusT THE GREATEsT CHEF IN THE wORLD! AND HE wROTE THIS COOKBOOK! YOU COULD FILL A BOOK WITH THE THINGS DAD DOESN'T DOES DAD KNOW?
  8. 8. HEY. LOOK. .. THAT's GusTEAu! YOU MUST BE IMAGINATIVE; AND TRY THINGS THAT ARE DARING AND ORIGINAL. ’ GOuRMET COOKING IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART! ANYONE CAN COOK; BUT ONLY THE FEARLESS CAN BE GREAT. THOSE WERE THE WORDS OF THE LATE AUGUST GUSTEAU. .. GUSTEAU'S RESTAURANT RE- CENTLY LOST ONE OF ITS FIVE STARS; A BLOW TO THE MASTER CHEF THAT. .. ‘ G-GusTEAu Is DEAD? !
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  10. 10. AND SUDDENLY T’ V THE CEILING CAVES IN; - ‘ REVEALING THE RATS’ sECRET HIDING PLACE! SOUND T. ‘/E ALARM’ EVACUATE Tl/ E COLONX’ REMY TURNED BACK TO GET SOMETHING
  11. 11. REMY DRIFTS TOWARDS TWO TUNNELS AND; UNFORTUNATELY; CHOOSES THE WRONG ONE. .. . ..THE ONE THAT DOESN'T LEAD HIM TO HIS FAMILY BUT. .. . ..TO A GIANT WATERFALL THAT HE CAN'T EsCAPE!
  12. 12. SO; REMY GOT SEPARATED AND ENDED UP ALONE. .. WHAT ARE YOU MOPING ABOUT? 1 , I ' I'VE LOsT ’ MY FAMILY; MY 0 1, ‘_ FRIENDs. .. — 'L 8 I I . '.~‘j' 1 BUT. ..YOU ARE AN ' AH BUT THAT IS NO ILLUSTRATION. .. WHY gg, ‘LlJ_'FE MATCH FOR WISHFUL AM I TALKING ' TO YOU? YOU ARE LONELY. . .
  13. 13. ‘ ‘ HEY. ’ YOU ARE I___ Go UP AND AND IN FACT REMY BETTER THAN THAT! LOOK AROuND! '' , , , . _ F'N91?O5s°T“E‘§L3“EA° COOKs MAKE! THIEVEs I ‘ TAKE! YOU ARE NOT A THIEF. .. § HERE'S A PARTY UP THERE. ’ MAYBE I'LL FIND SOMETHING FOOD WILL COME! FOOD ALwAYs cOMEs TO THOsE wHO LOVE TO COOK. .. THE SEARCH CONTINUES. .. PARIs? ALL THIs TIME I'VE BEEN UNDERNEATH PARIS? ! AND. .. AND. .. YOU'VE LED ME TO YOuR REsTAuRANT! YES. .. REMY HAS AN EXTRAORDINARY NEW FRIEND! PERHAPS IT'S ONLY HIS IMAGINATION; BUT WHAT DOES IT MATTER? HE DOESN'T FEEL SO LONELY ANYMORE. ..
  14. 14. MEANWHILE; IN GUSTEAU'S OLD RESTAURANT A YOUNG FELLOW BY THE NAME OF £/ NGU/ N/ TALKS TO HEAD CHEF SA’/ NNER. .. MY MOTHER RENATA LEFT THIs FOR You. .. I THINK sHE HOPED IT wOuLD _. _ HELP ME GET * wE'VE ALREADY HIRED HIM. ’ WELL; WE COULD FILE WITHOUT MY WE NEEDED PERMISSION? A GARBAGE HOW DARE I CAN'T BELIEVE IT! ~ g . A REAL GOURMET ~ ~ . sé"$i<. ”EL§rEGZ “s'EE KITCHEN ANT’ ‘ I How MuCH YOU ' GET TO ‘ " . KNOW! wHICH - ONE Is THE HEAD You ARE A CLEVER RAT!
  15. 15. “NOW; WHO “A GARBAGE BOY. ’ HE TAKES OUT THE GARBAGE. HE DOESN'T COOK. ’ " COULD. ’ WHAT DO I ALwAYs SAY? ANYONE CAN COOK! IT DOESN'T MEAN THAT HE SHOULD. .. HE'S RUINING THE
  16. 16. , E _ wHAT ARE You Now REMY's REALLY ' ’ ' «, wAITING FOR? You KNOw IN TROuBLE! wHAT To ' ’ How TO FIx IT! THIs Is DO? HIGHTAIL IT? OR. .. I T ~ E . . YOuR CHANCE! wHERE's THE SOUP. .. You ARE COOKING? !
  17. 17. HOW DARE you I cook IN MY » KITCHEN? E » ~~ NO. ’ STOP THAT SOUP. ’ LINGUINI, YOU'RE F/ RED. ’ BUT A / FAMOUS FOOD CRITIC TASTES THE SOUP. .. LECLAIRE LIKED IT. ’ I HOW CAN wE F IF sI-IE wEI2E TO WRITE I ¢"o"2°E7C; § A POSITIVE REVIEW AND 1,| fé—‘m4r; |'E°‘: )RF'5g1fJEs’-= *_r_EE'; {"L'J gems; Is cows To FIND our THAT you THAT? IF WE DON'T UPHOLD HIS MOST CHERISHED BELIEF? FIRED THE COOK LINGUINVS ‘I
  18. 18. YOU A EITHER LUCKY UN . YOU WILL KE THE UP AG AND THIS TIME I'LL PAYING VERY CLOSE ATTENTION. .. RAT. ’ Av /7.’ Q] ‘ 247/ _‘ GET . J ‘ IT. ’ IF ANYONE S OUT WE'VE GOT A RAT IN THE KITCHEN; THEY'LL CLOSE US DOWN. ’
  19. 19. A LITTLE WHILE LATER; ON THE BANKS OF THE SEINE. .. CAN YOU DO IT AGAIN? THAT EVENING; LINGUINI TAKES IN REMY AND THE MORNING AFTER. .. THEY EXPECT ME TO COOK IT AGAIN! I DON'T KNOW HOW TO COOK, BUT you CAN. ’ RIGHT? WE'RE TOGE- ‘I; HIS, | 1' 3! THER ON RIGHT X /
  20. 20. THEY GO TO WORK TOGETHER: STAYING OUT OF TROUBLE. .. jl—-II“ WITH AN UNU- SUAL EXAMPLE or TEAMwoPI<! HOLD ON A SECOND. ’ ARE YOU THINKING WHAT I'M THINKING? SO: BACK AT LINGUINI'S APARTMENT; THEY DECIDE TO PRACTICE THEIR COOKING / , IN SECRET. .. A PERFECT PuPPETEEI2!
  21. 21. THE NEXT DAY SKINNER TASTES LINGUINI'S SOUP. .. '. I! ~ , ‘ ‘ I411; “7T, 'i . I I ‘ I{ I '. ".3: fl .5, ‘'0 ‘; ,,, LI'' " H .1 1’ CONGRATULATIONS. .. BUT YOU WILL NEED ‘ MORE THAN A SOUP TO SURVIVE IN MY CoLETrE wILL BE REEPONGIBLE FOR TEACHING you How wE oo THINGS ARouNP HERE! ? ~/ ou'o BETTER I<Now , 4 { I'M THE TOUGHEST « C Cook IN THIS ~ / KITCHEN! ’ ~ ' ' W v ‘ & I'VE woRI<Eo Too HARP k TO GET HERE To JEOPARDIZE IT ALL I= oR SOME GARBAGE Boy. I G07 /7'. -'-’
  22. 22. BuT SKINNEI2 IS IN FoR ANoTHER BURPRIBEI REMEMBER THE LETTER LINGuINI GAVE HIM? GUSTEAU'S WILL STATES THAT IF AFTER TWO YEARS NO I'M FULLY RIGHTFUL I/ E/R IS FOUND; AWARE OF THAT: THE RESTAURANT _ . .., TALOM’ WHAT I WANT “' TO KNOW IS WHETHER THIS LETTER CHANGES HE ARRIVES WITH A LETTER V ‘ :7 , I'LL N559 A QAMPLE FROM HIS MOTHEI2 CLAIMING , 2 r op 1145 sows pNA As GUSTEAU IS HIS FATHER. ’ AND *— j I . WELL. " A LIAIF2, HE DOESN'T KNOW. ’ HIGHLY , . * susPECT. '
  23. 23. SLICING. .. SLICING VE- GETABLEG! MEANWHILE; COLETTE TEACHES V T WHATARE‘/ OU I -. '7 A 'x' LINGuINI THE RoPEs. .. »(- "I NO. ’ Too ‘ »I_, ' , ‘ SLOW! YOU'RE / JUST WASTING KEEP youR sTATIoN CLEAR! KEEP YOUR SLEEVES HOW DO YOU TELL HOW GOOD BREAD IS WITHOUT TASTING IT? “RIGHT! you'RE 4 GETTING BETTER. L you'RE oNE oF THANK YOU. .. BY THE WAY. .. FOR ALL OF YOUR ADVICE ABOUT , AND LESSON AFTER LESSON. .. YOU FOR TAKING IT. ..
  24. 24. CUSTOMERS ARE ASKING WHAT YES. ’ THEY KNOW ALL THE OLD RECIPES. .. AND THEY LIKE LINGUINI'S COOKING. ’ . LINGUINI? THEY ARE ASKING FOR FOOD FROM LINGUINI? VERV WEN» TRY EOMETHING I. -. : ARE you SURE? THAT . . GU91’ THE woRTHy oF youR TALENT: I 1 I25cIp5 WAS A p[gAg1'ER_I ‘ CHALLENGE A “SWEETBREAD A LA GU5- I. ~. EVEN GusTEAu HIMSELF I ’ EUWING CHEF TEAU”! COLETTE WILL _ . I. gAIp go] HELP you! _.
  25. 25. REMY GUIDES LINGUINI INTO / PREPARING A < 2 GOOD 0'9“! . "5" h ‘ ' wHA-r Age you poms; -'>_I N0.’ THE RECIPE ' ’ "' ' WE A125 guppoggp To DOESN'T CALL FOR WHITE 7’ “V — V FOL 0 mg 9 575A TRUFFLE OIL. ’ YOU'RE _ _ '‘ wgEc| pg! U U / MPROV/ S/N@_/ . HUH? THIS IS THE RECIPE;
  26. 26. ‘ » , . . I A . I A : you DARE! ,' , ~ -. _>n 4 . r . _y__ ‘ " ~ I » LINGUINI BRINGS , ;.~’ OUT HIS FRIEND TO , CATCH A BREATH OF FRESH AIR. .. TAKE A BREAK LITTLE CHEF. ’ WE REALLY DID IT TONIGHT. .. LINGUINI RETURNS TO THE KITCHEN, WHERE SKINNER COMES DANGEROUSLY CLOSE TO FINDING OUT THEIR SECRET. .. AHEM. I'D LovE TO TALK WITH you IN MY oI= I=IcE! IJUST us COOKS. ’ HE WON'T BE COMING To you FOR ADvIcE ANyMoRE, coLETTE! HE'S GOTTEN ALL HE NEEDs. .. IT'S HARD To EXPLAIN. .. uH. .. I'M SORRY! BUT ONCE AGAIN. THE DISH IS A BIG SUCCESS. ’ DON'T REALLy. .. UH. .. euRE. oK!
  27. 27. MEANWHILE; REMY IS CELEBRATING WITH A NICE PIECE OF CHEESE WHEN. .. BELIEVE IT! you'RE ALIVE. ’ you MADE /77 TO THE FOOD J REMY GOES VAULT OF THE WHAT ARE YOU ~ YOU'RE IN PARIS, NOW. ’ EATING? AND NO BROTHER OF MINE IS ' ’ ' GoING TO EAT GARBAGE IN , ' RESTAURANT: DoN'T REALLy ' — KNow! I THINK ' I IT WAS SOME ’ SORT OF WRAPPER IT'S IJUST ‘I'HIS ONCE! IT'S FOR MY BROTHER. .. JUST THIS ONCE. ..
  28. 28. YES: BUT; WELL. .. IT WOULDN'T HURT TO VISIT. .. , wow, THIs Is REALLy GooD! BuT. .. wHAT ARE wE DOING? WE'VE GoT TO Go To THE coLoNy! VIsIT? ! you WON'T WANNA HAVE YOU EVER HAD T RAT? WORKED IN A LAB WITH RATS? YOU KNOW SOMETHING ABOUT MEANWHILE; SKINNER / /VVE57/GATES’ BUT I. LINGUINI DOESN'T CRACK EVEN IF HE'S TALKING NON-SENSE. .. uMRH! I GIVE uR! CLEAN EVERYTHING BEI= oRE you cLEAN UP? RooR LINGuINI WILL BE AT IT ALL NIGHT!
  29. 29. IN THE MEANTIMEI REMY IS BACK AT HOME. .. MY SON HAS RETUR- NED. ’ IT HAsN'T BEEN EAsy. .. FINDING soMEoNE To REPLACE you FOR POISON cHEcKER HAs BEEN A DIsAsTER! THE IMPORTANT THING ' IS YOU'RE HOME. ’ IT'S AND I'LL BE ABLE TO VISIT OFTEN. .. SURE. .. BUT . , I'VE FOUND A NICE ' SPOT NOT FAR I'M NoT A KID ANyMoRE. DAD! I CAN TAKE CARE OF MYSELF. ’ ~ L
  30. 30. YOU ARE NOT STAYI NG ? EVENTUALLY A B| RD'S GOTTA LEAVE THE V wE'RE NoT BIRDs, wE'RE RATS. ’ MAyBE THAT's A GooD THING! I'M TIRED OF TAKING! I wANT To MAKE THINGs! YOU DIDN'T THINK I WAS GOING TO STAY FOREVER; DID YOU? YOU'RE NOT A RAT AT ALL! NOT AS BAD AS OH: YEAH? COME WITH ME. .. THERE'S SOMETHING I WANT YOU TO SEE. ’
  31. 31. THE WORLD WE LIVE IN BELONGS TO THE ENEMY. .. YOU'RE TELLING ME - THAT THE FUTU- " RE CAN ONLY __ BE MORE OF CHANGE / S NATURE; DAD. ’ AND WE DECIDE WHEN IT STARTS. ’ TAKE A GooD. LoNG LooK, REMY! THIs Is wHAT HAPPENS wHEN A RAT GETs A LITTLE TOO coMI= oRTABLE ARouND HUMANS! ' THINGs ARE! YOU CAN'T
  32. 32. THE FoLLowING ‘ “ N. ' " ”' I M§§T'fl§S’E§E1'. ‘g'; |'g5 AND LINGuINI. AFTER NEW LIFE, uNDER 9”E"'°""G ‘W0 I THE CHEFIQ HAT___ , NIGHT CLEA G up. I SLEEP/ A/G, DEN T . # BEHINDAPAIR DARK suNGLAssEs! _ V C INVITED — ‘ yo NFoRA WHAT. . . WHAT YOU CAN'T TELL ME? OH; FORGIVE ME FOR INTRU G . . . SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP I THOUGHT YOU WERE DIFFERENT. ..
  33. 33. WHEN I ADDED THE I ; EXTRA INGREDIENT INsTEAD . i I oF FoLLowING THE RECIPE. .. - . THAT wAsN'T ME! . I YOU MrE/ gg? I J I , . . I you WANT TO KNow I‘ WHY I'M suCH A GREAT cooK? DoN'T LAuGH! Z I'M GoING TO sHow you { SO; THANKS TO A I KISS, THE SECRET IS SAFE. .. FOR NOW. ’ BUT. ..
  34. 34. x], AT THE SAME INSTANT: IN THE HOME OF POWERFUL FOOD CRITIC ANTON EGO; THERE IS D/ SBEL/ EF. .. AND AS FOR SKINNER? THERE'S A SURPRISE FOR HIM, TOO. .. GUSTEAU'S PLACE. .. IT'S COME BACK. IT'S POPULAR: MISTER EGO. ’ WHAT? MY LAST REVIEW CONDEMNED IT TO THE TOURIST ME. AMBRIsTER. .. How couLD IT BE “POPULAR”? THIs CAN'T ‘ uusT HARREN! . THE wHoLE THING BUT UNFORTUNATELY WE KNOW HE'S GOT SOMETHING UP HIS SLEEVE. .. TROUBLE FOR REMY COMING?
  35. 35. ACTuALLy, IT LOOKS As IF REMy's ALREADy IN TRouBLE! TOLD THEM? THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT I SAID NOT THEY'RE MY FRIENDS. .. I'M No. .. I wAIT HERE! JUST LET » ' ND sTAy ouT “'5 ‘NI AND , oF sIGHT! THE DOOR TO THE FOOD VAULT IS LOCKED. .. LINGuINI's ' KNOW THIs? OH; HERE IT IS. ’ LINGUINI. .. HE'S , REMY DECIDES TO FEED HEY. .. YOUR VV/ LL - YOUR SON? ! HOW EMILE'S FRIENDS BUT AND A LETTER FROM COULD YOU NOT I WHAT ARE YOU DOING I'M A FIGMENT oF YOUR IMAGINATION. ’ you DID NoT KNow. .. HOW couLD I? I sAID NoT To. BuT. .. ANywAy, THEy ARE HuNGRy AND I NEED THE KEY. ’
  36. 36. AND REMy HAs TO SKINNER . RuN AwAy WITH THE AI2RIVE9--- DoCuMENTs TIGHTLy BUT I ' SUDDENLY J ‘ I I ' THERAT! IT's GETTING * AFTER A LONG CHASE AROUND THE CITY; THE DOCUMENTS RETURN TO THE OFFICE. .. HE'S NOT IN YOUR BEFORE "— I‘ '~ I SKINNER ‘ _> V. _ ‘ oFFICE. YOUARE
  37. 37. SOON THE WHOLE CITY KNOWS WHO LINGUINI IS. .. BuT AT THE REsTAuRANT _ - LINGuINI HAS ‘—, TO FACE A NEw. .. . .I -g. ENEMy! PARDON ME FOR INTERRUPTING YOUR PREMATURE CELEBRATION. ’ BUT I THINK IT ONLY FAIR TO GIVE YOU A SPORTING CHANCE AS YOU ARE NEW TO THIS yEs! AND yOu'VE BEEN PLAyING WITHOUT AN OPPONENT. .. WHICH Is AGAINsT THE RuLEs! I WILL RETURN TOMORROW NIGHT WITH HIGH EXPECTA- TIONS. ’ PRAY you DON'T DISAPPOINT AND THE ONLY THING THAT SKINNER CAN DO IS TRY TO TAKE REVENGE. .. I WISH To REPORT A RAT INFESTATION. ’ IT's TAKEN OVER My REST. .. GusTEAu's REsTAuRANT!
  38. 38. LINGUINI IS OVER-CONFIDENT AND REMY DISAPPROVES THE BEHAVIOR. .. THAT EVENING; IN THE KITCHEN; LINGUINI WANTS TO MAKE UP. .. HE Is A CRITIC! THE 7'0/7 CRITIC! HE's GOING TO REVIEw us OH; wELL! BRING IT - ' » ON! HIs TAsTE BuDs WILL . BE BEGGING FOR MERCy wHEN wE'RE FINIsHED WITH HIM! YOU TAKE A BREAK; LITTLE A BUT DISCOVERS THAT REMY HAS LET DOZENS OF RATS INTO HIS KITCHEN. ’ ‘ A. . W ‘I, "'g. I I " max, ’ ' ' "I I 2 I ‘— LITTLE . . / ' CHEF? YOU'RE
  39. 39. HERE YOU ARE. .. LOOK; I DON'T WANT TO I :1 , AI V A KT, ‘-—. —’ ‘ V I V " ; : you'VE NEVER V ‘ ~ — FAILED ME, ANDI (P sHOuLD NEVER ~ '1 FORGET THAT. .. ' . , ‘. -. -, .‘ , WI-IA‘IE' ISTETHIS? ' youR s ALING , . I — FROM ME! ITHOuGHT YFZOA-'I' OR YOU WERE MY l V’ 1 I DON K, l . ; Z. ..‘ r: «. fig . . I . I.'. " l ' ‘ , _ 7‘ ‘ ' / ~~’ GET OUT? AND ALL YOU BUDDIES AN 'T COME BAC PESTS. ’ ‘ . . , 2 1» A H’ ‘ I " ' I I I — . Z I- ,4 . . . / , I ‘ J . , / /1 (VI I - I“ I‘ AND 3%: you ARE RIGHT , OUTI TH . , ' .4 I ' A *5!» 9A9.’ WHO AM I' ‘. _ KIDDING. .. I V I ‘ . Q . / . '-_ («(1. — WE ARE wHAT wE ARE! AND wE ARE RATS! you KNOW HOW To GET IN. .. sTEAL ALL you
  40. 40. wHAT ARE you DoING HERE DuRING REsTAuRANT's HOURS? IT'S NoT SAFE. ’ JUST CAN'T LEAVE IT ALONE; CAN YOU? oH. No! WHAT Do wE Do? I'LL Go GET DAD! . ..WHlLE REMy IS LocI<ED IN THE TRUNK OF HIS cAR! NO; I'M THE ONE IN A CAGE. ’ I'VE GIVEN UP. ’ YOU ARE FREE. .. I'M ONLY As FREE As you IMAGINE ME TO BE. ’ As you ARE. .. I'M HuNGRy! AND I DoN'T NEED THE INSIDE FOOD TO BE HAPPY. .. OBSERVE! No, IT'S oI<Ay! IT's JUST LINGuINI TRYING To MAKE A POINT! HE’LL LET ME Go ONCE HE. .. you MAY BE THE REAL CHEE. BUT you ARE STILL ONLY A RAT! LINGUINI'S DEFEAT. .. OH; PLEASE; I'M SICK OF PRETENDING. ’ I PRETEND TO BE A RAT FOR MY FATHER: AND I PRETEND TO BE HUMAN THROUGH LINGUINI. .. ONCE GOT RID OF REMY: SKINNER ENTERS IN THE RESTAURANT TO GLOAT OVER
  41. 41. BUT DuANGo Is coMING TO THE RESCUE: THE RATs ARE PUSHING A GARGoyLE , OFF THE ROOF. .. 3 I KNOW wHo I AM! wHy Do AH. I NEED TO BUT you RRETEND? DoN'T. RE- V‘-‘"1 ' SOON REMY IS FREE. ’ BUT NOW WHAT? RUN OR. .. Q! ' ~' . ' f’ . ' ' V ' QUICK! To THE REsTAuRANT! It
  42. 42. MEANWHILE; AT THE RESTAURANT; EGO IS ALREADY SITTING AT HIS TABLE. ’ AND LINGUINI'S IN HOT WATER. .. HOW ECIPE? cAN you NoT ~ ‘_ _ youR owN I I. .. DIDN'T WRI T DOWN; IT JUST CAME
  43. 43. I KNOW THIS SOUNDS cRAzy. .. BUT THE = TRUTH Is cRAzy ‘ ‘ ; - C fizgfiwg 5°MET'ME5-' .1 3 ‘ ALL! BUT THIs RAT. .. - . HE Is THE REAL HE's BEEN CoNTRoLLING My AcTIoNs! THIs RAT; THIs BRILLIANT LITTLE CHEF; CAN LEAD WHADDYA SAY? YOU WITH NO; LINGUINI. ’ NO ONE CAN ACCEPT THE IDEA OF REMY COOKING. .. NOT EVEN BUT SOMEONE ELSE HAS DECIDED TO PUT HIS FAITH IN REMY. ’ ——»~. YOU'VE sTooD By HIM! I'M PROUD OF you! I V
  44. 44. Now. .. wE'RE NoT F TEAM THREE Cooks, our you AN, Wm 4, WILL BE HA~;9- I TELL Us wHAT To 95. ,1. DONE. .. , I I-ING FISH. ,, . Do. .. - ' ; _, : obi K’ I I’ I ‘ -H & ' I‘! I : V ‘ I/ I ' , - I - . f” _ _ " wE NEED soMEoNE To I. V . ‘ -I ‘ / N v . wAIT TABLEs. .. I‘ I -« ’ . i I ‘ ' ' "I" ‘t ' x . II II I V I AND LINGUINI UNDERsTANDs 'g‘EE, §’f, “.3‘{, $°V5E'. ‘,. "; - 2- '«: ’-- . T'1E, <", 'E’$§fl;2 HE'S THE ONE WHO CAN DO THIS. .. ~. .' - ‘I A LITTLE ggogz-r ' , 3’. I yo 5 wITH HIs ROLLER sI<ATEs! .~ -» ToNIGHT! ‘I’ TMEI UN
  45. 45. COLETTE? OH: YOU CAME DO/ V’ 7' SAY A WORD. ’ -JUST TELL ME WHAT THE RAT WANTS TO RATATOUILLEP 11-us DISH IS HUMBLE. .. EGO IS NOT. ’ ARE you sunze you WANT TO sews 11-us AT LAST; THE DISH ARRIVES AT EC-iO'S TABLE. .. YOU WANT TO PUT THOSE IN INSTEAD? RATATOU/ HEP THEY MUST BE -JOKINC-3!
  46. 46. S SO HE DEMANDS TO MEET THE MYSTERY CHEF. ’ COLETTE AND LINGUINI AGREE: BUT ONLY IF EGO WAITS UNTIL THE OTHER DINERS HAVE I'M JUST YOUR WAITERI TONIGHT. . . AND IS LITERALLY EA/7'/ /RAZLED. ’ WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR SUCH AN EXQUISITE DISH? T THENWHODOI H 9%“ THANKFORTHE .2 , __ L4 MEAL? ‘r 5;, A‘ ‘(Q . ‘ I I I S V ' I’ '4-‘ “THE FOLLOWING DAY, HIS REVIEW PPEAI2 I1
  47. 47. “LAST NIGHT I EXPERIENCED SOMETHING NEW, AN EXTRAORDINARY MEAL FROM AN EXTRAORDINARY SOURcE! " “ANYONE CAN COOK. .. ONLY NOW 00 I TRULY UNDERSTAND WHAT GUSTEAU MEANT. ..” “NOT EVERYONE CAN BECOME A GREAT ARTIST, BUT A GREAT ARTIST cAN COME FROM ANwvHERE! " IT WAS A GREAT NIGHT! THE HAPPIEST OF MY LIFE! “OF COURSE; SKINNER I REPORTED US TO THE HEALTH INSPECTOR: BUT. . . ”
  48. 48. I “. .. THE TRUTH IS; THE ONLY THING ' PREDICTABLE IN LIFE IS THAT IT'S UNRREDICTABLEI" '9‘ - ~. ' I ~ BUT. .. ‘I r. .., _ ‘ ‘ - GOTTA GO! DINNER I ' I I/ ’fl: ,.. , Ofrn ) >1 3 A , I LO 0. . 7 YOU KNOW I‘ I . _‘*f. ,O I HOwHE LIKES ‘ V : — 4}. IT” . V . I +554 . _ 9 . .. F ‘ T‘ 1 if Q» Aj —_ N CAN I INTEREST YOU IN A DESSERT, THIS EVENING?
  49. 49. HERE ENDS THE STORY OF REMY. ’ BUT IT'S dUST THE BEGINNING FOR A NEW RESTAURANT IN TOWN. .. A VERY SPECIAL RESTAURANT. WITH ONE HECI< OF A GREAT LITTLE CHEF! THAT STORY GETS EVEN BETTER wHEN I TELL IT!

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