Alice In Wonderland: Movie Quotes from Alice In Wonderland

Alice and Wonderland is wonderful novel and several movies has been made based on the story including one from the Disney and recent movie with Johnny Depp. All are wonderful, here are some of the quotes from 1951 Alice in Wonderland Movie.

King of Hearts: (reading through a rulebook) Rule 42: All persons more than a mile high must leave the court immediately!
Alice: I am not a mile high! And I am not leaving.
Queen of Hearts: (nervously) I’m sorry! It’s Rule 42, you know.
Alice: Now as for you, Your Majesty. (unaware that she is shrinking quickly) Your Majesty, indeed. Why, you’re not a queen. You’re just a fat, pompous, bad-tempered old- (finally realizes she has shrunk down) -tyrant.
Queen of Hearts: And what were you saying, my dear?
Cheshire Cat: (appears suddenly) Well, she simply said you’re a fat, pompous, bad-tempered old tyrant! (disappears laughing)
Alice: Oh, Cheshire Cat! It’s you!
Cheshire Cat: Whom did you expect? The White Rabbit perchance?
Alice: [crying] Oh, no, no, no. I-I-I’m through with white rabbits. I want to go home! [blows nose] But I can’t find my way.
Cheshire Cat: Naturally. That’s because you have no way. All ways here, you see, are the QUEEN’S WAYS!!
Alice: But I’ve never met any Queen.
Cheshire Cat: You haven’t? You haven’t?! Oh, but you must! She’ll be mad about you. Simply mad.
Mad Hatter: I beg your pardon?
Alice: Why is a raven like a writing desk?
Mad Hatter: [shocked] WHY IS A WHAT?!
March Hare: [nervously] Careful! SHE’S STARK RAVING MAD!
Alice: But it’s your silly riddle. You just said…
Mad Hatter: [nervously] Easy! Don’t get excited!
March Hare: [trying to make peace with Alice] how about a nice cup of tea?
Alice: [Angrily] “Have a cup of tea” indeed! Well, I’M sorry, but i just HAVEN’T the time!
Alice: [drinks from the “Drink Me” bottle] Mmm… tastes like cherry tart. [unknowingly shrinks down to the size of the table; takes another sip] Custard. [shrinks down again, barely holding onto the bottle; takes another drink] Pineapple. [shrinks down so much, she’s now even smaller than the bottle itself and struggling with its weight] Roast turkey – [finally aware of the potion’s effect] Goodness! [unable to support the bottle any longer, she slips and drops it; the “Drink Me” label covers her] What did I do?!
Doorknob: [chuckles] You almost went out like a candle!
Alice: [runs up to the Doorknob; delighted] But look! I’m just the right size!
[She’s about to open the door, but the Doorknob pulls away.]
Doorknob: No use. [laughs] I forgot to tell you. I’m locked!
Alice: Oh no!
Doorknob: [stops laughing] But of course, you’ve got the key, so-
Alice: What key?
Doorknob: Now, don’t tell me you’ve left it up there?!
[A key magically appears on the table Alice can no longer reach.]
Alice: Oh dear!
Narrator: [first lines] Once upon a time in the hot golden summer day in London, a little girl named Alice sat perched in a tree listening to her big sister read aloud from a history book. In fact, she was ildy weaving a daisy chain for her cat, Dianah who was curled up beside her on the sturdy low branch.
Alice’s Sister: Alice. Will you kindly pay attention to your history lesson?
Alice: I’m sorry, but how can one possibly pay attention to a book with no pictures in it?
Alice’s Sister: My dear child, there are a great many good books in this world without pictures.
Alice: In this world, perhaps, but in my world, the books would be nothing but pictures.
Alice’s Sister: Your world? Huh! What nonsense.
Alice: [getting inspiration] Nonsense?
Alice’s Sister: Once more, from the beginning.
Alice: [to her cat] That’s it, Dinah. If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn’t. And contrariwise, what it is, it wouldn’t be. And what it wouldn’t be it would. You see?
Dinah: Meow.
Alice: In my world, you wouldn’t say “meow.” You’d say, “Yes, Miss Alice.”
Dinah: Meow.
Alice: Oh, but you would. You’d be just like people, Dinah. And all the other animals too.

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Queen of Hearts
: Off with his head!
King of Hearts: Off with his head. Off with his head. By order of the King. Uh, you heard what she said.
Mad Hatter: [to Rabbit] Well, no wonder you’re late! Why this clock is EXACTLY two days slow!
Rabbit: Two days slow?
Mad Hatter: Of course you’re late! [chuckles as he dunks the watch in the tea] MY GOODNESS! we’ll have to look into this. [looks through a salt shaker] AHA! i see what’s wrong with it! [starts to take watch apart] why, this watch is full of wheels!
Rabbit: [shocked] NOT MY GOOD WATCH!! OH, MY WHEELS AND SPRINGS! But-but-but-but-but-but-
Mad Hatter: BUTTER! Of course! it NEEDS some butter.BUTTER!!!
March Hare: [shouts into Rabbit’s ear] BUTTER!!!
Rabbit: [confused] B-b-butter?
Mad Hatter:Butter! oh, thank you! ha ha! yes! that’s FINE! yes, thank you!
Rabbit: Oh, no no! no no! no! you’ll get crumbs in it!
Mad Hatter: Oh, THIS is the VERY BEST butter! [throws butter in rabbit’s face] what are you talking about?
March Hare: Tea?
Mad Hatter: Oh, Tea! I never THOUGHT of tea! OF COURSE!
Rabbit: NO!
Mad Hatter: TEA! HEHEHE!
Rabbit: [shocked] NO! NOT TEA!
March Hare: Sugar?
Mad Hatter: SUGAR! TWO SPOONS! Yes,ha, TWO SPOONS thank you! yes! (jams the spoons straight into the watch)
Rabbit: [shocked] OH,PLEASE! BE CAREFUL!
March Hare: JAM?
Rabbit: NO! NO! NOT JAM!
Mad Hatter: Yes, sure you want. it’s nice to see.
March Hare: MUSTARD??
Mad Hatter: Mustard! yes, but-MUSTARD?! DON’T LET’S BE SILLY!!! LEMON, that’s different, that’s…yes. THAT should do it! hahaha! [watch starts going crazy] LOOK AT THAT!
March Hare: IT’S GOING MAD!
Rabbit: OH, DEAR!

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