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The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns Quotes

The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns is a TV show that debuted in 1970 . The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns ended its run in 1970.

It features Paul Lowin as producer, Richard Harvey in charge of musical score, and Clive Tickner as head of cinematography.

The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns is recorded in English and originally aired in United Kingdom. Each episode of The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns is 170 min. (2 parts) long. The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns is distributed by Lions Gate.

The cast includes: Tony Curran as Sean Devine, Randy Quaid as Jack Woods, Colm Meaney as Seamus Muldoon, Zoë Wanamaker as Mary Muldoon, Daniel Betts as Mickey Muldoon, Harriet Walter as Queen Morag, Orla Brady as Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Orla Brady as John Fitzpatrick, Caroline Carver as Princess Jessica, and Jonathan Firth as Count Grogan.

The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns Quotes

Daniel Betts as Mickey Muldoon

  • (Daniel Betts) "You look so lovely in the moonlight."
  • (Caroline Carver) "Take off your mask."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Uh, that-that's not a good idea."
  • (Caroline Carver) "Are you frightened?"
  • (Daniel Betts) "Yes -- uh, no. Um --"
  • (Caroline Carver) "Then do it."
  • (Daniel Betts) "For your sake only."
  • (Caroline Carver) "I'll turn away."
  • (Caroline Carver) "But you're a Leprechaun. A real one."
  • (Daniel Betts) "I am."
  • (Caroline Carver) "But Leprechauns are all vile and villainous, and vulgar."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Well, Trooping Fairies are all sneering, snobbish and selfish."
  • (Caroline Carver) "That is not true. We're not like that."
  • (Daniel Betts) "And we're not all vile and villainous. Now vulgar, maybe. That's fair enough, I can't argue there --"
  • (Caroline Carver) "But you're still a Leprechaun."
  • (Daniel Betts) "And you -- you're still a Trooping Fairy. Does it make any difference?"
  • (Caroline Carver) "No."
  • (Daniel Betts) "I met this girl -- Princess Jessica."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Princess Jessica; King Boric's daughter."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Oh, she's an angel, with the face."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Oh, no, no, no, no, no; listen; You leave her be. I don't want that sort of trouble. Mary Maldoon, this is your fault. Jack; will you tell him to listen to his father?"
  • (Randy Quaid) "Why? I never did."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Neither did I; that's not point."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "So he's told you, has he? You're his father, speak to him."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Mickey Maldoon, you listen to me: You stay away from that girl, or I'll disown you."
  • (Daniel Betts) "How can you disown me; you don't own anything."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "Don't speak to your father like that."
  • (Daniel Betts) "What, you do."
  • (Randy Quaid) "That's expected; I'm his wife. And don't speak to me like that."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Yes, don't speak to her like that."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Well, who'm I expected to speak to like that, then?"
  • (Colm Meaney) "Now you're speaking to me like that."
  • (Daniel Betts) "But she started speaking to me like that --"
  • (Daniel Betts) "It's Count Grogan, the first of the fairy fools."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "Muck on, Mickey Muldoon. You and that hairy mistake Sean Devine make a fine raggedy-arsed pair. Clear the path. You're the polluting the grass."
  • (Daniel Betts) "And what if we don't?"
  • (Jonathan Firth) "Then I'll have to make you."
  • (Tony Curran) "You and which particular thousand Trooping Fairies might that be? I'll flatten you without raising a sweat."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "Oh, we're all trembling before Sean Devine -- a powerful man with a powerful set of eyebrows."
  • (Unnamed) "Oh, dear, oh, dear."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Come away with me."
  • (Caroline Carver) "I can't."
  • (Daniel Betts) "We can do anything."

Caroline Carver as Princess Jessica

  • (Caroline Carver) "How dare you?"
  • (Daniel Betts) "Oh, I dare, Princess Jessica; I dare."
  • (Caroline Carver) "Come back here at once, and apologize."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Oh, you must be joking. Well, you'll have to catch me first. And no flying."
  • (Caroline Carver) "You think a Princess can't run?"
  • (Daniel Betts) "-- NO."
  • (Caroline Carver) "Hello."
  • (Caroline Carver) "And what are you staring at?"
  • (Daniel Betts) "The fairest beauty that ever stood before the eyes of a man since Helen danced her willing way on the wondering walls of Troy."
  • (Caroline Carver) "It's only a gift of words that you shower me, but I have to say that they shine."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Oh you shine, Princess Mine, you shine."

Tony Curran as Sean Devine

  • (Tony Curran) "Look; I'm only half the man I was."
  • (Unnamed) "What do we do now?"
  • (Tony Curran) "Try to remember how to fly."
  • (Tony Curran) "Mickey."
  • (Daniel Betts) "I -- I dunno how I'm doing it."
  • (Tony Curran) "I hate to be the one to tell you this, Mickey lad, but you're in love."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Really?"
  • (Tony Curran) "Well, that's the sign."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Is that a fact?"
  • (Tony Curran) "Grab him before he comes to his senses."
  • (Tony Curran) "Work is the death of freedom as we know it."
  • (Tony Curran) "I was looking out for Count Grogan."
  • (Unnamed) "May his Fairy bones rot."
  • (Tony Curran) "I thought I could drop on him all quiet-like, you know, for a little flattering."
  • (Unnamed) "I'll flatter him, quiet or not."
  • (Tony Curran) "Your brother talks a good fight, Jericho."
  • (Unnamed) "If talking was all it took, he'd be Heavyweight Champion of all Ireland."

Colm Meaney as Seamus Muldoon

  • (Colm Meaney) "That's a very energetic way of doing the weeding, Jack."
  • (Randy Quaid) "Seamus. I'm not gardening, I'm practicing my swing."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Your swing?"
  • (Randy Quaid) "Yeah. Yeah, my golf swing. You know, this whole area, this'd make a perfect golf course, don't you think?"
  • (Colm Meaney) "No doubt, no doubt about it -- I don't have the slightest idea what you're talking about."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Ah, isn't she a magnificent woman?"
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "She's pretty enough; in an ugly, human kind of a way. They'd make a fine couple."
  • (Randy Quaid) "OK, OK, thank you --"

Zoë Wanamaker as Mary Muldoon

  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "You're soaking wet. I'll get you a towel."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Hey, what about me?"
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "You can get pneumonia."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "Where are you going?"
  • (Daniel Betts) "Oh, just to do some mischief."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "That's all right, then."

Randy Quaid as Jack Woods

  • (Randy Quaid) "Are these things clean?"
  • (Orla Brady) "Yeah, oh yeah, they're clean -- Poisonious, but clean."
  • (Randy Quaid) "That's very funny, I'm just not used to eating anything without an experation date."
  • (Orla Brady) "Oh, go on, Jack. Why don't you take a walk on the wild side."
  • (Randy Quaid) "Those are good."
  • (Orla Brady) "Yeah --"
  • (Randy Quaid) "Those are really good. It's better than in the store."
  • (Randy Quaid) "What're you doing here?"
  • (Colm Meaney) "We thought you might like a hand."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Oh, don't worry, Mr. Woods, the old Leprechaun magic'll do the tirck."
  • (Randy Quaid) "Great. Tell me what to do."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Get closer to the others."
  • (Randy Quaid) "You're; you're --"
  • (Colm Meaney) "A Leprechaun. Wet Leprechaun. Leader of the Kerry Leprechauns. Seamus Maldoon, at your wet service."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "What in the Grand Banshee's name do you think you're doing?"
  • (Colm Meaney) "What's it look like; I'm talking to the man."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "Are you mad, as well as stupid?"
  • (Colm Meaney) "I have to. He saved me."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "He saved you?"
  • (Colm Meaney) "Gallantly, I have to say. And not at all for himself."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "You were drunk."
  • (Colm Meaney) "Of course I was drunk -- I hate water."
  • (Randy Quaid) "Just calm down, Jack. Get; a grip. It's just jetlag."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "And you let him save you?"
  • (Colm Meaney) "I didn't ask him, Mary, he just did it."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "That's no excuse. You could have had the decency to drown."
  • (Randy Quaid) "-- hangover -- bump on the head -- You're fine."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "I'm Mary Maldoon --"
  • (Randy Quaid) "Oh, give me a break."
  • (Zoë Wanamaker) "-- Seamus' wife for my sins. Of which there must have been hundreds to have such a terrible fate."
  • (Colm Meaney) "They say that married men live longer than single ones. It only seems like that."
  • (Randy Quaid) "Got a father who runs a cab company, got a mother who runs my father."
  • (Randy Quaid) "I'm sorry, Kathleen, but I'm leaving on the evening train."
  • (Orla Brady) "This evening?"
  • (Unnamed) "Good riddance."
  • (Orla Brady) "George? -- Could you go, please?"
  • (Orla Brady) "You going somewhere, George; can I go with you?"
  • (Unnamed) "Not me, him."
  • (Orla Brady) "I don't wanna go with him."
  • (Unnamed) "No one asked you."
  • (Unnamed) "Mind the beam."
  • (Randy Quaid) "Oh, boy, this house was built for little people."
  • (Unnamed) "Uh, no, it's not. Not at all."

Jonathan Firth as Count Grogan

  • (Unnamed) "Aw, Barney."
  • (Unnamed) "Don't worry, lads. I've got them where I want them."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "Ah, Maldoon. What a coincidence finding you here."
  • (Daniel Betts) "I don't want any trouble, Grogan. Let Barney go."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "You might not want trouble, but that's what you've got."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "You don't get away that easy."
  • (Daniel Betts) "I'm not fighting."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "Oh, you'll fight. Or your young friend here has done his last spell of gaurding."
  • (Tony Curran) "Is that a fact? Well, I'm happy to oblige you."
  • (Unnamed) "And so am I."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "My fight is with Maldoon here."
  • (Tony Curran) "Ah, well. As much as it grieves me to watch another Leprechaun have all the fun."
  • (Tony Curran) "Go for it, Mickey me boy. Little Maurice here is begging for it."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "DON'T call me Maurice."
  • (Tony Curran) "Oh, well then, I won't. Maurice."
  • (Unnamed) "And niether will I; Maurice."
  • (Unnamed) "Maurice, Maurice, Maurice."
  • (Tony Curran) "Give him a taste of Leprechaun justice, Mickey me lad."
  • (Daniel Betts) "I'm not fighting, Seanie."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Let him go."
  • (Tony Curran) "That girl has unmanned you."
  • (Jonathan Firth) "He's a yellow-belly. He was coward's legs, like all Leprechauns."
  • (Tony Curran) "That's it. Enough's enough. No more Mr. Nice Leprechaun. Oh, I'll show you coward's legs. And arms."
  • (Daniel Betts) "Don't do it; it's what he wants."
  • (Tony Curran) "Well, there's the thing. It's what I want, too."
  • (Unnamed) "If you need any help, Sean, I'm right here for ya."
  • (Tony Curran) "Good man."

Harriet Walter as Queen Morag

  • (Harriet Walter) "Don't be such a drama Fairy, Chamberlain."

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