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* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. [[UndyingLoyalty They in turn clearly enjoy working for the Rich family.]]

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* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. [[UndyingLoyalty They in turn clearly enjoy working for the Rich family.]]]] He also attacks Reginald for verbally abusing a waiter.

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* Cadbury and Richie's relationship, particularly after his parents disappear.


* In one comic book story, Richie's having a hard time coming up with something to get as birthday gift for his dad, especially considering his dad is someone who, quite literally, has ''everything''--in the end, Richie invites his dad to come with him to a baseball game. In the final frame, Richie hears his father on the phone with a friend. His father is breaking down crying, telling the friend that his son gave him the best birthday gift he could imagine.
* In another comic book story, Richie caught measles, so the doctor places him and everyone else at Rich Manor in quarantine for the following week to prevent the disease from spreading and that includes Freckles and Pee Wee Friendly, who were visiting Richie when the doctor gave his diagnosis. As the week passes, Mr. and Mrs. Friendly become afraid that, after one week with the luxuries of Rich Manor, their sons will rather stay there than return to their home once the quarantine time is over. Fortunately, once the kids return, they're too happy upon seeing their parents again to care about luxuries.

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* In one comic book story, story where Richie's having a hard time dad's birthday is coming up with something but Richie can't think of what to get as birthday gift for his dad, him, especially considering since his dad father is someone who, quite literally, has ''everything''--in the end, Richie invites decides to take his dad to come with him to a baseball game.game with him. In the final frame, Richie hears his father on the phone with a friend. His father is breaking down crying, telling the friend that his son gave him the best birthday gift he could imagine.
* In another comic book story, Richie caught the measles, so the doctor places him and everyone else at Rich Manor in quarantine for the following week to prevent the disease from spreading and spreading--and that includes Freckles and Pee Wee Pee-Wee Friendly, who were happened to be visiting Richie when the doctor gave his diagnosis. As the week passes, Mr. and Mrs. Friendly become afraid that, after one week with the luxuries of Rich Manor, their sons will rather stay there than return to their home once the quarantine time is quarantine's over. Fortunately, once the kids return, they're too happy upon seeing their parents again to care about luxuries.


* Richard's sheer joy when he announces to his staff, "I have a son!"

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* Richard's sheer joy in the opening scene when he announces to his staff, "I have a son!"



* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. They in turn clearly enjoy working for the Rich family.

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* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. [[UndyingLoyalty They in turn clearly enjoy working for the Rich family.]]


* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. They in turn clearly enjoy for the Rich family.

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* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. They in turn clearly enjoy working for the Rich family.


* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. They in turn clearly enjoy for them.

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* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. They in turn clearly enjoy for them.the Rich family.


* Richard's sheer joy when he announces to his staff, "I have a son!"
* The mere existence of the Dad Link: no matter where Richard is in the world, Richie knows that he can contact his dad and he will respond to him, even if it's just to tell him that they'll talk about things later. This is a man who clearly values his family and, most importantly, his son.
* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect. They in turn clearly enjoy for them.



* The mere existence of the Dad Link: no matter where Richard is in the world, Richie knows that he can contact his dad and he will respond to him, even if it's just to tell him that they'll talk about things later. This is a man who clearly values his family and, most importantly, his son.
* Throughout the film, Richie and his family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect.



* Richard's sheer joy when he announces to his staff, "I have a son!"

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* Richard's sheer joy when he announces to his staff, "I have a son!"


-->'''Van Dough''': Are you kidding me? You mean to tell me that there isn't a single gold bar, or emerald, or thousand-dollar bill in this entire mountain?!
-->'''Mr. Rich''': Well, I'm sorry to disappoint you, Lawrence, but that's not what we treasure.

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-->'''Van Dough''': Dough:''' Are you kidding me? You mean to tell me that there isn't a single gold bar, or emerald, or thousand-dollar bill in this entire mountain?!
-->'''Mr. Rich''':
mountain?!\\
'''Regina Rich:'''
Well, I'm sorry to disappoint you, Lawrence, but that's not what we treasure.



* The mere existence of the Dad Link: no matter where Richard is in the world, Richie knows that he can contact his dad and he will respond to him, even if it's just to tell him that they'll talk about things later. This is a man who clearly values his family and more importantly, his son.
* Throughout the film, Richie (and his family) are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter towards every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect.

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* The mere existence of the Dad Link: no matter where Richard is in the world, Richie knows that he can contact his dad and he will respond to him, even if it's just to tell him that they'll talk about things later. This is a man who clearly values his family and more and, most importantly, his son.
* Throughout the film, Richie (and and his family) family are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter towards toward every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect.


* The end where Richie is playing baseball with his new friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world because he's finally got something that money ''can't'' buy: real friends.

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* The end ending where Richie is playing baseball with his new friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world because he's finally got something that money ''can't'' buy: real friends.


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* The end where Richie is playing baseball with his new friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world because he's finally got something that money ''can't'' buy: real friends.

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* The end where Richie is playing baseball with his new friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world because he's finally got something that money ''can't'' buy: real friends.friends.
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* The mere existence of the Dad Link: no matter where Richard is in the world, Richie knows that he can contact his dad and he will respond to him, even if it's just to tell him that they'll talk about things later. This is a man who clearly values his family and more importantly, his son.
* Throughout the film, Richie (and his family) are shown to be nothing but NiceToTheWaiter towards every single one of their servants. An early scene with young Richie shows him saying "thank you" to his butler and treating Cadbury and the others with absolute respect.


* In one comic book story, Richie is trying to think of a birthday gift for his father, but he can't think of anything for the man who literally has ''everything''. Finally, he goes to his dad and invites him to go to a baseball game. In the final frame, Richie hears his father on the phone with a friend. His father is breaking down crying, telling the friend that his son gave him the best birthday gift he could imagine.

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* In one comic book story, Richie is trying Richie's having a hard time coming up with something to think of a get as birthday gift for his father, but he can't think of anything for the man who literally has ''everything''. Finally, he goes to dad, especially considering his dad and is someone who, quite literally, has ''everything''--in the end, Richie invites his dad to come with him to go to a baseball game. In the final frame, Richie hears his father on the phone with a friend. His father is breaking down crying, telling the friend that his son gave him the best birthday gift he could imagine.



** To enter the vault, Richard and Regina have to sing a duet in harmony, and the song they use they know by heart.
*** Better yet: The song is "Side by Side", which is about loving someone no matter how poor you are.
* The end where Richie is playing baseball with his friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world because he's finally got something that money ''can't'' buy: real friends.

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** To enter the vault, Richard and Regina have to sing a duet in harmony, and the song they use is something they know by heart.
*** Better yet: The song is "Side by Side", Side," which is about loving someone no matter how poor you are.
* The end where Richie is playing baseball with his new friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world because he's finally got something that money ''can't'' buy: real friends.


* The end where Richie is playing baseball with his friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world.

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* The end where Richie is playing baseball with his friends, and his parents call him truly the richest boy in the world.world because he's finally got something that money ''can't'' buy: real friends.

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