“Sleeping Beauty” quotes(1959)
Plot – When the witch Maleficent is not invited to the christening of the newborn princess Aurora, she curses her, promising her death before her 16th birthday. Aurora's three fairy godmothers take the little girl away from her parents and have her spend a safe happy childhood in the woods of the kingdom. Despite their efforts, Maleficent manages to find the girl on her sixteenth birthday and put her diabolical plan into action.
All actors – Mary Costa, Bill Shirley, Eleanor Audley, Verna Felton, Barbara Luddy, Barbara Jo Allen, Taylor Holmes, Bill Thompson, Bill Amsbery, Candy Candido, Pinto Colvig, Dal McKennon, Marvin Miller, Thurl Ravenscroftshow all
“Sleeping Beauty” Quotes 16 quotes
“- Fauna: Now, one tsp. Tsp?
- Merryweather: One teaspoon.
- Fauna: One teaspoon, of course!”
“She is indeed, most wondrous fair. Gold of sunshine in her hair, lips that shame the red red rose.”
“Maleficent doesn't know anything about love or kindness or the joy of helping others. You know, sometimes I think she isn't very happy.”
“He's tall and handsome, and... and so romantic. Oh, we walk together, and talk together, and just before we say goodbye, he takes me in his arms, and then... I wake up. Yes, it's only in my dreams. But they say if you dream a thing more than once, it's sure to come true, and I've seen him so many times.”
“A daughter was born, and they called her Aurora. Yes, they named her after the dawn, for she filled their lives with sunshine.”
“- Merryweather: It's pink!
- Flora: Oh, lovely shade, isn't it?
- Merryweather: But I wanted it blue.”
“Sweet princess, if through this wicked witches trick a spindle should your finger prick, a ray of hope there still may be in this, the gift I give at thee. Not in death but just in sleep the fateful prophecy you'll keep, and from this slumber you shall wake when true love's kiss the spell shall break.”
“You're living in the past, Father! This is the 14th century!”
“Sword of Truth, fly swift and sure, that evil die and good endure!”
“- Merryweather: It looks awful.
- Flora: That's because it's on you, dear.”
“- Merryweather: I'd like to turn her into a fat old hop toad.
- Fauna: Now, dear, that isn't a very nice thing to say.
- Flora: Besides, we can't. You know our magic doesn't work that way.
- Fauna: It can only do good, dear, to bring joy and happiness.
- Merryweather: Well, that would make me happy.”
“Now shall you deal with me, o Prince, and all the powers of hell!”