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Tuck Everlasting (2002 film) Quotes

Tuck Everlasting (2002 film) is a TV program that appeared on TV in 1970 . Tuck Everlasting stopped airing in 1970.

It features Marc Abraham as producer, William Ross (composer) in charge of musical score, and James L. Carter as head of cinematography.

Tuck Everlasting (2002 film) is recorded in English and originally aired in United States. Each episode of Tuck Everlasting (2002 film) is 96 minutes long. Tuck Everlasting (2002 film) is distributed by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures.

The cast includes: Jonathan Jackson as Jesse, William Hurt as Angus Tuck, Scott Bairstow as Miles, Amy Irving as Mrs. Foster, Alexis Bledel as Winnie, Elisabeth Shue as Narrator, Sissy Spacek as Mae Tuck, and Amy Irving as Mr. Foster.

Tuck Everlasting (2002 film) Quotes

Elisabeth Shue as Narrator

  • (Elisabeth Shue) "Tuck said it to Winnie the summer she turned 15: Do not fear death, but rather the unlived life. You don't have to live forever. You just have to live. And she did."
  • (Elisabeth Shue) "Winnie Foster was to be sent 500 miles away to be educated, but what her parents didn't understand was that she only wanted to step outside her fence -- so she did. What in these quiet woods should be so forbidden? Winnie had always sensed a mystey waiting for her there."
  • (Elisabeth Shue) "For some time passes slowly, an hour can seem an eternity. For others, there's never enough. For Jesse Tuck, it didn't exist."
  • (Elisabeth Shue) "Winnie Foster was beginning to lose track of time. Had she been there a day? A week? A month? It seemed to Winnie that the Tucks lived in a way the rest of the world had forgotten. They where never in a hurry and did things the slow way. For the first time Winnie felt free to explore, to ask questions, to play."
  • (Elisabeth Shue) "For some time passes slowly, an hour can seem an eternity. For others there's never enough. For the Tucks, it didn't exist."
  • (Elisabeth Shue) "Time is like a wheel. Turning and turning; never stopping. And the woods are the center; the hub of the wheel. It began the first week of summer, a strange and breathless time when accident, or fate, bring lives together. When people are led to do things, they've never done before. On this summersday, not so very long ago, the wheel set lives in motion in mysterious ways. It set Mae Tuck out in her wagon for the village of Tree Gap to meet her two sons as she did once every ten years."

William Hurt as Angus Tuck

  • (William Hurt) "Don't be afraid of death, Winnie. Be afraid of the unlived life."
  • (William Hurt) "If there's one thing I've learned about people, it's that many will do anything, anything not to die. And they'll do anything to keep from living their life."

Amy Irving as Mrs. Foster

  • (Amy Irving) "Winnifred."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "I need a new name. One that's not all worn out from being called so much."
  • (Amy Irving) "Just -- what is your game, sir?"
  • (Unnamed) "What is my game? You detect in me a playful mood?"
  • (Amy Irving) "Every time I look at you, you're different. I'm losing you, too."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "I'm right here."
  • (Amy Irving) "Forgive me, Winnie. I just wanted to keep you my little girl forever."
  • (Amy Irving) "I don't know everyone nor do I want to."
  • (Amy Irving) "You must suffer to be beautiful, so say the French."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "Well the French are crazy."

Jonathan Jackson as Jesse

  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Hey, Winnie Foster. You asleep?"
  • (Alexis Bledel) "Not anymore."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Good. How would you like to see, the Eiffel Tower?"
  • (Alexis Bledel) "What? Someday."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "No, right now, this instant. While the day is still ours."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Spend forever with me, Winnie?"
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Until we meet again -- wake up with the dawn."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "I'm gonna be 17 until the end of the world."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "You just don't want me to have what you lost."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "I'm going to be 17 forever."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "I'm going to see the whole world, every speck of it. Heck, I may even find some new continents or something."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Winnie Foster, I will love you until the day I die."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "There it is."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "This is the Eiffel Tower?"
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "The one in Paris; it's pretty tall. Mine is two feet higher."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "Have you really seen the real one in Paris?"
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Yes I have. And climbed 1.652 stairs to the top. Much easier than this. You doin' all right?"
  • (Alexis Bledel) "I think so"
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "You're doin' great. Here"
  • (Alexis Bledel) "If I went to the Eiffel Tower I would take one of those elevators."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Not with me. You'd take of your shoes and walk up every single, solitary step."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "How old are you?"
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "You really wanna know?"
  • (Alexis Bledel) "Yes."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "104"
  • (Alexis Bledel) "I'm serious."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "So am I."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Let's just call it 17."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "How am I supposed to take you home when I can't make my feet move from this spot? If I could die tomorrow I would, just so I could spend one more night with you."

Scott Bairstow as Miles

  • (Scott Bairstow) "The water tasted like -- heaven. It floated over your tongue like a cloud."
  • (Scott Bairstow) "Immortality isn't everything the preachers crack it up to be."

Sissy Spacek as Mae Tuck

  • (Sissy Spacek) "You're as cozy as barbed wire."

Alexis Bledel as Winnie

  • (Alexis Bledel) "I can't swim."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "You're joshing me."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "I wish I were."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "So, you're afraid you'll drown, right? Swallow too much water, sink to the bottom and die."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "Thank you for putting it so vividly, and yes, considering I'd sink like a rock, drowning is a fair concern."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "Well, I guess I'm just gonna have to enjoy this all by myself."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "Jesse, don't let go."
  • (Jonathan Jackson) "It's ok, it's ok. There's no chance of that, Winnie Foster. I'll never let you go."
  • (Alexis Bledel) "I don't wanna die; is that wrong?"
  • (William Hurt) "No. No human does. But it's a part of being human."

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