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A Little Princess (1995 film) Quotes

A Little Princess (1995 film) is a TV program that first aired in 1970 . A Little Princess ended in 1970.

It features Mark Johnson (producer) as producer, Patrick Doyle in charge of musical score, and Emmanuel Lubezki as head of cinematography.

A Little Princess (1995 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of A Little Princess (1995 film) is 97 minutes long. A Little Princess (1995 film) is distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

The cast includes: Eleanor Bron as Miss Minchin, Liesel Matthews as Sara Crewe, Arthur Malet as Charles Randolph, Eleanor Bron as Amelia Minchin, Kelsey Mulrooney as Lottie, Taylor Fry as Lavinia, Vanessa Lee Chester as Becky, Lauren Blumenfeld as Rosemary, Lomax Study as Monsieur Dufarge, Errol Sitahal as Ram Dass, Heather DeLoach as Ermengarde, Rachael Bella as Betsy, and Alexandra Rea-Baum as Gertrude.

A Little Princess (1995 film) Quotes

Liesel Matthews as Sara Crewe

  • (Capt. Crewe) "Whenever you're afraid, or miss me terribly -- just tell Emily. And she'll get the message to me, wherever I am. And I'll send one back right away -- so that when you hug her -- you'll really be getting a hug from me."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "-- It's alright, Papa. I'm going to be fine."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa? Maya told me that all girls are princesses."
  • (Capt. Crewe) "Maya -- is a very wise woman."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Then it's true?"
  • (Capt. Crewe) "You can be anything you want to be, my love, as long as you believe."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "What do you believe?"
  • (Capt. Crewe) "I believe that you are -- and always will be -- my little princess."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "What are you doing here?"
  • (Heather DeLoach) "We brought you something."
  • (Heather DeLoach) "Princess Sara, we'd like to present you with something we rescued."
  • (Rachael Bella) "In a most dangerous adventure."
  • (Alexandra Rea-Baum) "Our very own crusade."
  • (Lauren Blumenfeld) "Risking all our lives."
  • (Kelsey Mulrooney) "And mine too."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "I; I don't know what to say. You all are the best friends anyone could ever ask for."
  • (Capt. Crewe) "What is it? Why are you crying? Please tell me. I won't hurt you. Won't you tell me your name?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Sara."
  • (Capt. Crewe) "'Sara' -- that's such a pretty name. Sara --"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa --"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa --"
  • (Capt. Crewe) "What did you say?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa --"
  • (Capt. Crewe) "I'm sorry --"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa, it's me. It's Sara."
  • (Capt. Crewe) "Sara, do you know me?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Oh, God, papa, don't you remember me?"
  • (Eleanor Bron) "She must be in here."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa, please. You've got to know me. It's Sara, remember? Remember India and Maya? Remember the Ramayana -- and Emily? And the locket with Mama's picture in it?"
  • (Capt. Crewe) "No --"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Oh, God, papa, please."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Sara."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa, please."
  • (Arthur Malet) "Do you know this man?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Papa, tell them."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "This child has no father. Take her away."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "No. No. Papa."
  • (Capt. Crewe) "I'm so sorry --"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Don't cry, Becky."
  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "I'm scared. If Minchin throws me out, I got no place to go."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "That's not true. I'm here with you. I've always thought of us as sisters."
  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "You have?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Let's make a promise right now: to always look out for each other."
  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "It's a promise."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Thank you."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Sara, there's no talking at the table."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Doesn't seem natural."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "I won't say it again."
  • (Capt. Crewe) "You know, dolls make the very best friends. Just because they can't speak doesn't mean they don't listen. And did you know that when we leave them alone in our room, they come to life?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "They do?"
  • (Capt. Crewe) "Yes. But before we walk in and catch them, they return to their place as quick as lightning."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Why don't they come to life in front of us so we can see them?"
  • (Capt. Crewe) "Because it's magic. Magic has to be believed. It's the only way it's real."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "One knock means, "I'm here." Two knocks means, "All is well." Three knocks means, "The coast is clear; the demon Minchinweed is asleep.""
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Look. Just what we ordered."
  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "I'm a little scared about all of this."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Me, too. Do you think we shouldn't eat it?"
  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "I'm not that scared."

Eleanor Bron as Miss Minchin

  • (Eleanor Bron) "UGH. Soot all over the place. You clumsy fool, GET OUT. Get out of my house this instant."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "And you can forget being paid this week. Ungrateful little wretch."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "No, you don't. I told you, I wouldn't tolerate this life of any soot in this house. And there; just look at my boot. IT'S FILTHY."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Get out; OUT."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "And take this ridiculous-looking thing with you."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "A child from the school has escaped into your house."
  • (Arthur Malet) "Ram Dass, what's going on here?"
  • (Eleanor Bron) "I'm sorry to bother you, but there's a child hiding in your house unlawfully."
  • (Arthur Malet) "What?"
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Search the rooms upstairs."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "And you will perform all here chores in addition to your own without breakfast, lunch, OR dinner. It's time you learn, Sara Crewe, that real life has nothing to do with your little fantasy games. It's a cruel, nasty world out there and it's our duty to make the best of it; not to indulge in ridiculous dreams, but to be productive and useful. Do you understand what I'm saying?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Yes, ma'am."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Good."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "But I don't believe in it."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Don't tell me you still fancy yourself a princess."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Good God, child, look around you. Or better yet, look in the mirror."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "I am a princess."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Oh."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "All girls are. Even if they live in tiny old attics, even if they dress in rags, even if they aren't pretty, or smart, or young, they're still princesses; all of us. Didn't your father ever tell you that? Didn't he?"
  • (Eleanor Bron) "If I find you up here with any of the girls again, I WILL THROW YOU OUT INTO THE STREET."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Sara, this is Monsieur Dufarge. You will begin French lessons with him this afternoon."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "Do I have to?"
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Sara. You most certainly do. Now apologize to Monsieur this instant for your rudeness."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "But I didn't mean to be rude."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "Now."
  • (Lomax Study) "This child doesn't need to learn French, she practically is French. Says she learned it from her father."
  • (Eleanor Bron) "I understood perfectly well what she said, Monsieur."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "I'm sorry, but we tried to tell you."
  • (Lomax Study) "Well, perhaps she can tutor the younger children, and she might just be able to help you with your pronunciation, Miss Minchin."
  • (Lomax Study) "Are those sausages I smell? Oh --"

Vanessa Lee Chester as Becky

  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "Sara, you'll fall."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "I can do it. I'll come back for you. I promise."
  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "Sara -- why don't you tell your stories anymore?"
  • (Liesel Matthews) "They're just make-believe. They don't mean anything."
  • (Vanessa Lee Chester) "Oh, but they've always meant something to me. There were days I thought I would die, until I heard you talk about the magic."
  • (Liesel Matthews) "There is no magic, Becky."

Arthur Malet as Charles Randolph

  • (Arthur Malet) "All the hoping -- you must think me a fool."
  • (Errol Sitahal) "Is it your wish to be wise, sahib?"
  • (Arthur Malet) "I don't know. I suppose a wise man wouldn't have come here at all."
  • (Errol Sitahal) "But if he had, he would have looked more closely upon the soldier's face."
  • (Arthur Malet) "And what would he have seen?"
  • (Errol Sitahal) "Pain, sahib. He needs to be cared for."
  • (Arthur Malet) "He's not my responsibility."
  • (Errol Sitahal) "A wise man would remember that this soldier was in John's regiment. If his memory returns -- he might tell sahib what happened to his son. Perhaps sahib would learn that John is in British hospital now wishing a kind man would take him home -- away from his pain."

Lauren Blumenfeld as Rosemary

  • (Lauren Blumenfeld) "That's it. I can't take it anymore. I don't care what you say about Sara's stories. They've got to be more fun than watching your hair being combed."
  • (Taylor Fry) "If anyone else feels the same way, I think she should leave, too."

Kelsey Mulrooney as Lottie

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