Popular Enchanted Quotes
Prince Edward: [talking to a TV] Magic Mirror. I beg you. Tell me where she is!
Mary Ilene Caselotti: [on TV] Reporting from 116th and Broadway.
Prince Edward: One hundred and sixteenth and Broadway!
[hugs the TV]
Prince Edward: Thank you mirror!
[kisses it and runs off]
Prince Edward: [threatening Robert with his sword] Have you any last words before I dispatch you?
Robert: You have got to be kidding me!
Prince Edward: Strange words!
Morgan Philip: Remember not to put too much makeup or the boys may get the wrong idea. They are only after one thing.
Giselle: What's that?
Morgan Philip: I don't know. They won't tell me.
Robert: Would you like me to call someone for you?
Giselle: I don't think they would hear you from here.
[realizing how round his frame is] Whoa, I gotta lay off da nuts!Pip in Andalasia
Giselle: Goodness, we sure has a lot of excitement tonight. Were you scared?
Morgan Philip: A little bit, but do you think Pip will be ok?
Giselle: Oh, well, I wouldn't worry about Pip. He is very brave.
[cut to Morgan's bedroom]
Giselle: I remember this one time, when the poor wolf was being chased around by Little Red Riding Hood around his grandmother's house, and she had an axe... oh, and if Pip hadn't been walking by to help I don't know what would've happened!
Morgan Philip: I don't really remember that version.
Giselle: Well, that's because Red tells it a little differently.
Prince Edward: Once we return to Andalasia, Narissa, I will tell the entire kingdom of what you've done and will overthrow you!
Queen Narissa: Take away my thrown? Edward, aren't you being a little too melodramatic.
Prince Edward: I don't know what "melodramatic" means... but I'll do it.
Prince Edward: Fear not, Giselle! I will rescue you!
Pip in Andalasia: Yeah, but who's gonna rescue MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE?
Thank you for taking care of my bride, peasants.Prince Edward
Giselle: Oh, it's you.
Prince Edward: Yes, it's me. And you are?
Prince Edward: Oh, Giselle! We shall be married in the morning!
Giselle: Now if only I can find a place to rest my head for the night.
Robert Philip: What kind of place?
Giselle: I don't know. Maybe a nearby meadow or a hollow tree.
Robert Philip: A hollow tree?
Giselle: Or a house full of dwarves. I hear they're very hospitable.
[greeting Robert at the King's and Queen's Ball]
Giselle: I'm surprised to see you here, too. You told me you can't dance.
Robert: I said I didn't. I never said I can't.