Is the phrase "Well, Just You Wait!" used to ask a person, who hurt you or you want to hurt him, to wait before you punish him?
I found that phrase in Wiki which is the title a a Russian film about a hare and a wolf.
The wolf tried to catch the hare but the hare always escaped and hut the wolf so badly that the wolf said "Well, Just You Wait!" at the end of the film.
Similar to "Tom and Jerry"
I am not sure if we can say "wait there!" or "wait for me!" or something like that