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Babes in Toyland (1934 film) Quotes

Babes in Toyland (1934 film) is a television show that was first aired in 1970 . Babes in Toyland stopped airing in 1970.

It features Hal Roach as producer, Victor Herbert in charge of musical score, and Francis Corby as head of cinematography.

Babes in Toyland (1934 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Babes in Toyland (1934 film) is 77 minutes long. Babes in Toyland (1934 film) is distributed by Loews Cineplex Entertainment.

The cast includes: Oliver Hardy as Ollie Dee, Stan Laurel as Stannie Dum, Henry Brandon as Barnaby, Ferdinand Munier as Santa Claus, and Kewpie Morgan as Old King Cole.

Babes in Toyland (1934 film) Quotes

Oliver Hardy as Ollie Dee

  • (Oliver Hardy) "Why should you worry? You and he are just like THAT."
  • (Stan Laurel) "But that was before we were married."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "So far so good."
  • (Stan Laurel) "It wasn't so far. We just came across the street."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Now, you may kiss the bride."
  • (Henry Brandon) "What's the meaning of this?"
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Big bait catches big rat."
  • (Henry Brandon) "The king shall hear of this."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Now, ya see, if you hadn't said, "good night, Ollie", this wouldn't have happened."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Me and The Toymaker are just like that."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Which one's you?"
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Good night, Ollie. Mmmm"
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Goodbye Stannie."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Well aren't I going with you?"
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Why no. You've got to stay here with Barnaby. You're married to him."
  • (Stan Laurel) "I don't want to stay here with him."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Why not?"
  • (Stan Laurel) "I don't love him."

Kewpie Morgan as Old King Cole

  • (Kewpie Morgan) "I'll give 50,000 guinneas for the capture of that scoundrel, dead or alive."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Dead or alive?"
  • (Kewpie Morgan) "Dead or alive."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Can't you make up your mind how you want him?"
  • (Kewpie Morgan) "What's all the commotion out here? Have you no reverence for my beauty sleep?"

Henry Brandon as Barnaby

  • (Henry Brandon) "Big bait catches big rat."
  • (Henry Brandon) "You may go."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Thank you, sir."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Does that mean we're free?"
  • (Henry Brandon) "Yes. From now on, you and I are going to be very close friends."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Does that mean he doesn't have to be dunked?"
  • (Henry Brandon) "Yes."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Isn't that nice?"
  • (Oliver Hardy) "What?"
  • (Stan Laurel) "He and I are just like that. And I don't have to get wet."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Oh, is that so?"

Stan Laurel as Stannie Dum

  • (Stan Laurel) "You better come up dead or alive."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Now, how can he come up dead when he's alive?"
  • (Stan Laurel) "Let's drop a rock on him. That'll make him dead when he's alive."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Now you're talkin' sense."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Look out."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Don't tell him to look out."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Well, it might'a hit 'im."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "That's what we want it to do."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Did it hit ya?"
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Not a sound."
  • (Stan Laurel) "It musta got 'im."
  • (Stan Laurel) "It doesn't taste like pig sausage to me, it tastes like pork."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "Why this isn't pig nor pork. It's beef. I smell a rat."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Well, you see, Ollie and I are sorry for what happened this afternoon, and just to show you that we're not mad at you, we brought you a little Christmas present. From me and from Ollie."
  • (Henry Brandon) "A Christmas present in the middle of July?"
  • (Stan Laurel) "Oh, oh, yes, you see, we always do our Christmas shopping early."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Hurry. He'll die of ammonia."
  • (Stan Laurel) "Hey, Ollie, when you ask the Toymaker for the money, will you get a little extra for me?"
  • (Oliver Hardy) "What for?"
  • (Stan Laurel) "Well I, I lost me peewee --"
  • (Stan Laurel) "Her talking to Barnaby is a matter of pouring one ear into the other. Can't be done."
  • (Stan Laurel) "I borrowed it."
  • (Oliver Hardy) "I know you borrowed it. What I want to know is, what did you borrow it for?"
  • (Stan Laurel) "Well, I lost all me pee-wees playing with Little Jack Horner, and I had to get some more."

Ferdinand Munier as Santa Claus

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