Movie Quotes from Annie: Quotes from the movie Annie
1 (sneezes). Been to the zoo, Miss Farrell? 2. Not recently, Drake.
1) Are you allergic to dogs? 2) No, filth
1) I’m sure little Miss Sticky Fingers can loan you some money 2) I beg your pardon, I’m sure
1)And we’re not having hot mush today…
1) We’re having cold mush.
1)Hey mister that’s my dog.
2)Yeah where’s his coller.
1) Ileft them athome,my father’s blind and this dog leads to work. If he can’t get to work were gonna all starve sir.
2) What’s his name?
1) My father’s name?
2) The dog’s name.
1) Oh the dog’s name…. His name’s,uhm his name’s Snady. Yeah that’s it Sandy.
2) Call him.
1) Call him??
2) Buyhis name. The dog’s name.
1)I l-love you Miss Hannigan. 2)And you will love the paddle closet, Annie, and this…will love the sausage factory.
1- yeah..every day i go down on my knees and pray..why me? 2- gee, idont know
1-well, maybe you outta know more about me, before you you make up your mind. can we have a man to man talk?
1-i was born in liverpool, in a railroad switchhouse, my younger brother died of pnumonia because we had no money for medicane. it was then and there i decided i would be rich. very very rich.
1. All right, Rooster. If I loan you five bucks, will you take this dumb hotel and get the heck out of here? 2. Lily…Sis. Not even a nickel for the subway. 3. You and her have the same mother?
1. Annie wears a locket around her neck. It’s a broken locket. She says that her parents saved the other half, to someday come and claim her with, but years ago, years and years ago, her parents were killed in a fire, and the cops brought me all their junk! My darling baby brother, if Annie’s parents can claim her with that locket, so can we! 2. And the kid, we’ll drop in the river.
1. Annie, I love you as if you were my own little girl. I want to adopt you. Would you consider it? 2. It’s just that I love my real mother and father so much. I don’t know if I could love anybody else. 1. I understand, but if you could find a place in your heart for me…
1. Close your eyes, think about your folks. 2. You’re the only one who really has folks. 1. Mine are dead. Think about the folks who want to adopt you, because they want a little girl with brown hair and brown eyes.
1. Do you want Miss Hannigan to come in here? Go back to bed…Now, or you’ll have me to deal with. 2. Ah, blow it out your old wazoo.
1. Excuse me, are you the lady who runs this establishment? 2. Unfortunately. 3. Ten years ago, we left our little baby girl on the front steps. 1. We were starving. There was a job managing a hotel in Maine, but only if we had no children. 2. Wrap it up, I’m listenin’ to Helen Trent. 3. We never meant to leave our little Annie. 2. Annie? 1. Now, we have a hardware store in New Jersey. We could take care of her. 3. We’ve always loved her. 2. You’re Annie’s parents? 3. Our place isn’t fancy, but it’s home. We live over the store. 1. There’s a yard out back. 3. We have chickens. 1. And a rooster. (Whips off glasses, hat, and fake mustache, crows). 2. Rooster? My God! I never would have recognized you. (Looks around, ushers them inside). 1. Aw, sis. If we can fool you, we can fool Big Bucks.
1. Excuse me, mister. Can we stop for a second? I gotta go…I really gotta, Miss Hannigan. I mean it, lady. You’re askin’ for it. When you gotta go, you gotta go. 2. Make it fast.
1. Friendly. (Annie nods from the closet). Intellegent. 2. M-I-double S-I-double S-I-double P-I. 1. And happy. (Sounds of laughter from closet. Miss Hannigan goes over to the closet, shuts the door, returns to her desk, and falls promptly to the floor). Oh! 3. How old? 1. Well, age doesn’t really matter. 3. Uh-huh. (Annie opens the closet a crack again). 1. Seven. (Annie gestures, suggesting an older age). 3. Seven. 1. Eight. (Annie gestures, suggesting an older age). 3. Eight. 1. Nine. (Annie gestures, suggesting an older age). 3. Nine. 1. Ten. (Annie gestures for Miss Farrell to stop). Yes,ten’s fine, ten’s just fine. 3. Ten? (Annie sticks part of her hair out of the closet to show Miss Farrell. 1. I’m so sorry, I almost forgot. Mr. Warbucks prefers red-headed children.
1. Friendly. (Annie nods from the closet). Intellegent. 2. M-I-double S-I-double S-I-double P-I. 1. And happy. (Sounds of laughter from closet. Miss Hannigan goes over to the closet, shuts the door, returns to her desk, and falls promptly to the floor). Oh! 3. How old? 1. Well, age doesn’t really matter. 3. Uh-huh. (Annie opens the closet a crack again). 1. Seven. (Annie gestures, suggesting an older age). 3. Seven. 1. Eight. (Annie gestures, suggesting an older age). 3. Eight. 1. Nine. (Annie gestures, suggesting an older age). 3. Nine. 1. Ten. (Annie gestures for Miss Farrell to stop. Yes, ten’s just fine. 3. Ten? (Annie sticks part of her hair out of the closet to show Miss Farrell. 1. I’m so sorry, I almost forgot. Mr. Warbucks prefers red-headed children.
1. I didn’t want to be just another orphan, Mr. Warbucks. I wanted to believe that I was special. 2. You are special. Never stop believing that.
1. I never thought I’d get used to a girl. 2. Girls are easier to get used to than boys. Look how used to Miss Farrell you are. She does all the work around here, and you don’t even know her first name. 1. I do, it’s Grace. 2. She thinks you’re the greatest thing since sliced bread.
1. I’m sure Miss Sticky Fingers can loan you five bucks. 2. I beg your pardon, I’m sure, but I don’t stoop to what you’re incinerating.
1. Oh, sir. We’re just so thrilled to have found Annie, we don’t need any money. 2. I’ll take it back. 3. Of course, we are poor people. It would help us a lot. We could buy her milk, a warm blanket. 2. Put it in your pocket, Mrs. Mudge.
1. Rooster, you’re supposed…to be in jail. 2. They let me out early. 3. On account of his good behavior. 2. I’d like you to meet a little friend of mine, Lily St. Regis. 3. Named from the hotel. 1. Room service!
1. You should leave your hair down. It looks so pretty. 2. Oh, no, Annie, I couldn’t possibly… 1. Miss Hannigan says a man don’t look at your brains. 2. Oh, really? Come on, Annie. Let’s go to the movies. 1. Let’s go see the stars!
1. You’ve given me so much already. 2. Here, let me put it on you. 1. No. It’s a really swell locket, Mr. Warbucks, but if it’s all the same to you, I’ll keep my old one. 2. It isn’t all the same to me. Your old one’s broken. This one’s engraved. You didn’t even look at it. ‘To Annie with love from…Daddy Warbucks’. 1. Mr.
Warbucks, when my folks left me at the orphanage ten years ago, they left a note saying that they would come and get me as soon as they could, and they kept the other half of this old locket so that I would know them when they came. I’m gonna find them someday, Mr. Warbucks. I’m going to have a mother and father like a regular kid, I am. I don’t mean to hurt your feelings. You’ve been nicer to me than anyone I’ve known, but I’ve been dreaming about my folks for as long as I can remember, and I’m gonna find them someday. 2. And I’ll help you. Grace! Get me J. Edgar Hoover on the phone. Asp! Get me the Chief of Police! Punjab! Get me William Randolph Hearst, and Saunders, get me a drink!
1. Molly shouldn’t be in this room. She’s a baby. She cries all the time. She wets the bed 2. I do not.
1) Your teeth are crooked. 2) I’ll have them fixed. 1) I like them crooked. 2) I’ll leave ’em, then.
A child without courage is like a night without stars.
aha i caught you i hear i always hear ya! you in here get up get up, put them things away! and for this ones shananagins youll scrub this floor and stripe thme beds for the laundry man! Now get to work!
ALL RIGHT WHO’S NEXT?
Are you allergic to dogs Drake
But they wasn’t her real parents mister, they was bad peoples.
But those wasn’t Annie’s parents, mister. Those were bad people.
-Annie, I love you very much…I want to adopt you.Would you consider it?
Do you want to sleep with your teeth inside your mouth…or out?
I made me a fortune, that fortune made ten,
Been headlined and profiled again and again
But something was missing
Each time I got through
That something was something
My speeches are greeted
With thunderous acclaim
At two universities
Bearing my name
But something was missing
Each time I got through
That something was someone
Who could let someone be
How could she make it known
Who would need me for me?
Need me for me alone?
I’m a business man. I love money, I love power, I love capitalism. I do not now, nor never will, love children.
I’m a businessman. I love money…I love power…I love capitalism.
I do not now, or ever will, love children.
I’m an orphan!I can be ready in five minutes.
If you please, sir. My father’s blind. This dog leads him to work. If he can’t get to work, we’re going to all of us starve, sir.
instead of treated we get tricked. instead of kisses, we get kicked. it’s a hard knock life.
Mother dear, i know your….down there listenin..how can we follow your sweet advice to..easy streeet
Ms.Hannigan:I don’t now what I’d do without her. Annie:Clean the floors yourself?
No one cares for you a smidge when you’re in an orphanage
Not even a nickel for the subway
oh my goodness, oh my goodness
Oh my goodness,oh my goodness!
OLIVER, THAT’S MARVELOUS
Pepper-Molly Shouldn’t be in this room she’s a baby, she cries all the times and wets the bed
Molly-I do not
Duffy-You’re the one who shouldn’t be in here
Please take care of our little darling. Her name is Annie. She was born on October the twenty-eighth. We will be back to get her soon. We have left half of a silver locket around her neck and kept the other half, so that when we come back for her you will know that she’s our baby.
Put it in your pocket Mrs. Mudge
She had to go bafthroom.
She was a little boy — I mean girl. It’s just so hard to tell when they ain’t got no hair.
smile darn you smile
The sun will come out tomorrow, bet your bottom dollar tomorrow
They say it stops on a dime. Whatever that may be.
Time for a rumble with Mr. Bundles…..
Turn The Kitchen Light Off!
WE Love You Miss Hannigan Shut Up
We love you Miss Hannigan.
When I talked about a new start for all of us, I did mean all of us.
-Daddy Warbucks to Grace
Who’d want to be an orphan anyway?
Who’d want to be an orphan?
Why any kid would wanna be an orphan is beyond me.
Why do I smell wet dog?
You and her have the same mother?
You ever been to Buenos Aires? I hunger for the Argentine, why don’t you and me fill up our diaries? Buy me a ruby, why shouldn’t you be miiine? I got your numba, you like to rumba. I’ll call you Ollie, my hot tamale; And now I’ve gotcha, my cuckaracha!!
Your Never Fully Dresssed Without A Smile
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