Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure

2006 animated adventure film directed by Dominique Monféry

Franklin and the Turtle Lake Treasure is a children's animated adventure drama film released on September 6, 2006, direct-to-video based on the TV series Franklin. It was the first Franklin movie shown in theaters in Canada and France.


Aunt Lucy: Why don't you come over tomorrow and we can out together?
Franklin: Is she going to be there?
Aunt Lucy: Sam? I imagine so. But I promise, she won't bite. We turtles don't have teeth, you know. [chuckles]

Bear: We're going on a treasure hunt.
Samantha: [yawns loudly]
Aunt Lucy: [speaking in a pirate brogue] Not one to join us, Missy? You'll walk the plank if you don't.
Samantha: Guess I'll take my chances with the sharks.
Franklin: So what do you want to do?
Samantha: Not play some dumb kids game.

Mr. Turtle: [regarding Turtle Lake] It's nice you're getting the chance to go up there. [regarding Sam and Franklin] And even nicer to see you two on friendly terms.
Samantha: Actually, we're more like fellow adventurers than friends. Oh, and thank you for the flowers, Mr. Turtle. They were lovely.

[last lines]
Samantha: Granny's map? But I couldn't.
Franklin: It's okay. Aunt Lucy said I could give it to you. You know, to remember your summer by.
Samantha: I won't ever forget this summer.
[Samantha gives him a small smooch]
Bear: Ahem.
Aunt Lucy: Well, what do you know? Life is just full of surprises, isn't it?