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Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) quotes

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The Dwarfs


View Quote Don't touch it, you fools!  Might be poison.~ Grumpy on the food   cooking in their kitchen [the dwarves inspect their newly cleaned kitchen]
Happy: Our windows been washed.
Bashful: Gosh. Our cobwebs is missing.
Doc: Why, the whole place is clean.
Grumpy: There's dirty work afoot.
Sneezy: Sink's empty. Hey! Someone stole our dishes!
Happy: They ain't stole. They're hid in the cupboard.
Bashful: My cup's been washed. Sugar's gone!
Happy: [sees a pot cooking over the fireplace] Something's cookin'. [sniffs] Smells good!
[he and Dopey walk towards it; Grumpy jumps in front of them]
Grumpy: [jumps in front of them] Don't touch it, you fools! Might be poison!
[the pot hisses; the three dwarves jump back]
Grumpy: See? It's witch's brew.
View Quote He was so romantic.  I could not resist.~ Snow White on the Prince Snow White: [tells the dwarfs a story] Once there was a princess.
Doc: Was the princess you?
Snow White: And she fell in love.
Sneezy: Was it hard to do?
Snow White: Oh, it was very easy. Anyone could see that the prince was charming. The only one for me.
Doc: Was he, um, strong and handsome?
Sneezy: And was he big and tall?
Snow White: There's nobody like him anywhere at all.
Bashful: Did he say he loved ya?
Happy: Did he steal a kiss?
Snow White: [sings] He was so romantic. I could not resist.
View Quote Queen: Magic Mirror on the wall, who now is the fairest one of all?
Magic Mirror: Over the seven jewelled hills, beyond the seventh fall, in the cottage of the seven dwarfs, dwells Snow White, fairest one of all.
Queen: Snow White lies dead in the forest.  The huntsman has brought me proof. [holds up her opened box] Behold, her heart.
Magic Mirror: Snow White still lives, the fairest in the land. 'Tis the heart of a pig you hold in your hand.
Queen: [repulsed] The heart of a pig?! Then I've been tricked!
View Quote Queen: Slave in the magic mirror, come from the farthest space, through wind and darkness I summon thee. Speak! Let me see thy face.
[the face in the Magic Mirror appears before the queen]
Magic Mirror: What wouldst thou know, my Queen?
Queen: Magic Mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?
Magic Mirror: Famed is thy beauty, Majesty. But hold, a lovely maid I see. Rags cannot hide her gentle grace. Alas, she is more fair than thee.
Queen: Alas for her. Reveal her name.
Magic Mirror: Lips red as the rose. Hair black as ebony. Skin white as snow.
Queen: Snow White!
View Quote Queen: Take her far into the forest. Find some secluded glade where she can pick wildflowers.
Huntsman: Yes, Your Majesty.
Queen: And there, my faithful huntsman, you will kill her!
Huntsman: But, Your Majesty, the little princess!
Queen: Silence! You know the penalty if you fail.
Huntsman: Yes, your Majesty.
Queen: But to make doubly sure you do not fail,... [holds up an empty box] ...bring back her heart in this.
View Quote [disguised as a witch] When she breaks the tender peel, to taste the apple in my hand, her breath will still, her blood congeal. Then I'll be fairest in the land! [cackles, then pauses] But wait! There may be an antidote. Nothing must be overlooked. [looks through her book] Ah! Here it is! [reads the antidote aloud] "The victim of the Sleeping Death can be revived only by Love's First Kiss." [to herself] "Love's First Kiss…" [slams book shut] Bah! No fear of that. The dwarfs will think she's dead. She'll be buried alive! Cited in: Steve Zimmerman, Food in the Movies, 2d ed., 2009, p. 244
View Quote Heigh ho, heigh ho,It's home from/off to work we go!
View Quote Now, a formula to transform my beauty into ugliness, change my queenly raiment to a peddler's cloak. [finds the 'Peddler's Disguise Formula' in her book] "Mummy dust to make me old. To shroud my clothes, the black of night. To age my voice, an old hag's cackle. To whiten my hair, a scream of fright. A blast of wind, to fan my hate! A thunderbolt, to mix it well. Now, begin thy magic spell.
View Quote Oh, what adorable little beds!  And look, they have their names carved on them.  "Doc", "Happy", "Sneezy", "Dopey"—[laughs]  What funny names for children!  …"Grumpy", "Bashful", and "Sleepy".  I'm a little sleepy myself.  [yawns, lies across three of the beds]