Near the end of the 2007 Alvin and the Chipmunks movie, the Theodore doll speaks Spanish (I think), and I still haven't been able to figure out what he says after watching the movie 30 times. I've worked out that Alvin's doll says "Hello, my name is Alvin, I want a hula-hoop" and Simon's says "My name is Simon". Do any Spanish speaking people know what Theodore says?
Theodore speaks Japanese. He should say something like that:
Konbanwa Watashi Wa Theodore desu
that means "Good evening my name is Theodore". It's not pronounced very clearly, and most subtitles wrote Alvin desu, but listening to the voice it seems most likely to be Theodore. Maybe it's a Japanese name translation.
Well, Watashi Wa means "I" in Japanese, Kon means "Good" while the second part would refer to the time of day like good morning, good afternoon, good evening, ext.. As far as des goes it's actually "Desu" and that's how you would end a sentence.
It is definitely Japanese.
Mata Ne (Bye/see you soon!)