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Remember this practical piece of advice: Never come into the theatre with mud on your feet. Leave your dust and dirt outside. Check your little worries, squabbles, petty difficulties with your outside clothing -- all the things that ruin your life and draw your attention away from your art -- at the door.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
But each day brings its petty dust our soon-choked souls to fill, and we forget because we must, and not because we will.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
It was prettily devised of Aesop, The fly sat on the axle tree of the chariot wheel and said, what dust do I raise!More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
We therefore commit his body to the ground; earth to earth, ashes to ashes, dust to dust; in sure and certain hope of the Resurrection.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Traveling, you realize that differences are lost: each city takes to resembling all cities, places exchange their form, order, distances, a shapeless dust cloud invades the continents.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
The dust of controversy is merely the falsehood flying off.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
No matter how vital experience might be while you lived it, no sooner was it ended and dead than it became as lifeless as the piles of dry dust in a school history book.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Death cancels everything but truth; and strips a man of everything but genius and virtue. It is a sort of natural canonization. It makes the meanest of us sacred --it installs the poet in his immortality, and lifts him to the skies. Death is the greatest assayer of the sterling ore of talent. At his touch the dropsy particles fall off, the irritable, the personal, the gross, and mingle with the dust --the finer and more ethereal part mounts with winged spirit to watch over our latest memory, and protect our bones from insult. We consign the least worthy qualities to oblivion, and cherish the nobler and imperishable nature with double pride and fondness.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Although gold dust is precious, when it gets in your eyes it obstructs your vision.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I learned more about the economy from one South Dakota dust storm that I did in all my years of college.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Adversity is the diamond dust Heaven polishes its jewels with.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
A few more days, and this essay will follow the Defensio Populi to the dust and silence of the upper shelf... For a month or two it will occupy a few minutes of chat in every drawing-room, and a few columns in every magazine; and it will then be withdrawn, to make room for the forthcoming novelties.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Commerce has set the mark of selfishness, the signet of its all-enslaving power, upon a shining ore, and called it gold: before whose image bow the vulgar great, the vainly rich, the miserable proud, the mob of peasants, nobles, priests, and kings, and with blind feelings reverence the power that grinds them to the dust of misery.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Their errors have been weighed and found to have been dust in the balance; if their sins were as scarlet, they are now white as snow: they have been washed in the blood of the mediator and the redeemer, Time.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Blow the dust off the clock. Your watches are behind the times. Throw open the heavy curtains which are so dear to you -- you do not even suspect that the day has already dawned outside.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Sandra: No one speaks of pavilions anymore, and that saddens me.

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Sandra: Funny Girl was hot, hot, hot that year. And I begged my father to take us to see it, but he couldn't get his hands on a single ticket. Instead, he took us to see a matinee of Any Wednesday with Sandy Dennis. He said, Let's go see a woman who's going to be doing the exact same thing for the next 20 years. But she did it best in Any Wednesday, you have to admit.

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Sandra: Come back to the Five and Dime, Barbra Streisand, Barbra Streisand.

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Sandra: [about Barbra Streisand] ... she went down the Stoney End. She never wanted to go down the Stoney End, but somebody forced her down the Stoney End. We miss you, Barbra. Come back to the Five and Dime, Barbra Streisand, Barbra Streisand.

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Sandra: I can recall to this day the thrill of knowing someone in an all-American family was losing her grip. The thought of the family hovering together terrified really turned me on. It was as if I could go over and reassure them and tell them I would take care of everything.

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Sandra: It was a portrait Normal Rockwell forgot to paint: someone's mother home again ^Å in oils.

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Sandra: When I was a little girl, I used to go home for lunch every day, and I'd pretend that my mother was a waitress in a roadside cafe. I'll have a side order, ma'am. A side order consists of a white-meat tuna, a dollop of mayonnaise, some carrot strips and potato chips. And then I'd sit at the counter... and ignore her.

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Sandra: My parents got divorced five years ago after 38 years of marriage. I thought, oh what perfect timing.

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Sandra: [talking about her new mother-in-law] I remember the first time I met her. My dad came to pick up me and my brother at my mom's house. He pulled up in a Thunderbird, and I got in the back seat, and I said, Dad, why didn't you bring a bigger car? She said, Don't bitch. We could've brought the TransAm. Don't wear your seatbelt. Where I come from, people die - they burn up when they wear their seatbelt. Charmed.

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Sandra: The last time I went anywhere with my parents before the divorce, we'd gone to Vegas 'cause I was doing the telethon with Jerry Lewis. And we'd just had dinner at the Stardust Hotel, one of the eight international restaurants -- I believe it was Aku Aku, the Polynesian. And my mother grabbed a handful of after-dinner mints, and she started choking on them. So me and my brother walked really far ahead in the casino. And my dad finally got her a glass of water, and she washed it all down. She went, Oh my God, there must have been dust on those mints.

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Sandra: My father's a proctologist. My mother's an abstract artist. That's how I view the world.

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Sandra: ...there was something really great about growing up in a liberal, intellectual, Jewish household with three sensitive older brothers. But there were times, I have to admit, that I really got caught up in the romance of being gentile, especially around Christmas time.

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Sandra: [imitating a gentile mother at Christmas] Oh sure, your father may be going through a little bit of a mid-life crisis. But I worship that man, and I adore you kids. You both have been under so much pressure lately, what, with the cotillion coming up, Babe. Get some sleep. Grandma's coming over real early. We have some terrific presents to open. Sweet dreams. Love ya. And may all your Christmases be white.More [11/14/2005 12:11:00]
Sandra: The last time I went anywhere with my parents before the divorce, we'd gone to Vegas 'cause I was doing the telethon with Jerry Lewis. And we'd just had dinner at the Stardust Hotel, one of the eight international restaurants -- I believe it was Aku Aku, the Polynesian. And my mother grabbed a handful of after-dinner mints, and she started choking on them. So me and my brother walked really far ahead in the casino. And my dad finally got her a glass of water, and she washed it all down. She went, Oh my God, there must have been dust on those mints.More [11/14/2005 12:11:00]
I might as well have been in the army. It was really hard work. I think that day I swallowed 50% dust and 50% food, it was that tough.More [01/21/2006 12:01:00]
Max: There's no dust in her Dust Buster!More [02/01/2006 12:02:00]
“When people come to me and tell me I was terrific in this or that, I do not want to fall flat on my face the next time. But, tough, I have fallen flat before. You just get up and dust yourself off.”More [10/31/2006 12:10:00]
Mr. Pappy: [in his flat, Sunday just walked in] Did you know that ordinary house dust is composed primarily ofhuman skin ?
Billy Sunday: No sir, I didn't know that.
Mr. Pappy: [chuckles] Makes you think twice about who you invite into your home.More [03/06/2007 12:03:00]
Rose: The sky. It's so vast and endless. My crowd, they think they're giants. They're like dust in the eyes of God.
Jack: You're not one of them.More [03/20/2007 12:03:00]
Rick: Look at what I've got!
[holds up the cat]
Imhotep: [gasps]
Cat: [hisses]
Imhotep: [shrieks and flees in a dust storm]More [03/25/2007 12:03:00]
[last lines]
Lomax: How much is there and what did you do with it?
Taw Jackson: A hundred thousand. I hid it.
Lomax: Where?
Taw Jackson: I'll let you know in about six months.
Lomax: Six months? I want it now!
Taw Jackson: Now it wouldn't be smart to start flashing gold dust around right after a robbery would it?
Lomax: What am I supposed to do in the mean time, huh?
Taw Jackson: Well, for one thing, you better make damned sure I stay alive.
Lomax: That's a twenty-four hour a day job!
Taw Jackson: That's your problem... partner.More [05/16/2007 12:05:00]
Graham Hess: Come on, now, you're too old to be doing this. You get a glass of water, and leave it lying around instead of finishing it. Now what's wrong with this one?
Bo: It has dust in it.
Graham Hess: And this one?
Bo: A hair.
Graham Hess: And this one?
Bo: Morgan took a sip and it's got his amoebas in it.More [06/28/2007 12:06:00]
John Proctor: Because it is my name! Because I cannot have another in my life! Because I lie and sign myself to lies! Because I am not worth the dust on the feet of them that hang! How may I live without my name? I have given you my soul; leave me my name!More [07/15/2007 12:07:00]
Clark: Burn some dust here. Eat my rubber.
Rusty Griswold: Dad, I think you mean burn rubber and eat my dust.
Clark: Whatever, Russ. Whatever.More [07/20/2007 12:07:00]
Doolittle: Loretta, I'm leavin' Kentucky. Goin' out west somewhere, find me another job. That damn coal mine about to kill me. There ain't nothin' in Kentucky for me except a chest full of coal dust and being an old man before I'm forty; ask your daddy, he'll tell you.
Loretta: Were you goin' without me?
Doolittle: Just long enough to get the money to send for you.
Loretta: You promised my daddy you wouldn't take me far off.
Doolittle: Darlin' you're goin' to have to decide if you're my wife or his daughter. Besides, you got to go; I love you.
Loretta: You better come up with a better reason than that.
Doolittle: Hop in; I'll run you back up to the house. What are you doin' in this bottom anyway?
Loretta: I came to see the doctor.
Doolittle: What for, you sick?
Loretta: Yeah, I'm sick alright; I'm goin' to have a baby.
Doolittle: [laughing] You know, Loretta, we may have found something you know how to do.More [07/25/2007 12:07:00]
Ryan Flynn: That's impossible.
Grandpa Randolph: In the Dust Factory, anything is possible. You just have to unlearn your can's and can'ts.More [08/09/2007 12:08:00]
[last lines]
Grandpa Randolph: Dust is a funny thing. It's everywhere all at once, like a teeny, tiny snowstorm, in every ray of light. Even the moon is just a big dust ball. But you know, it's all in the way you look at it. Not this way or that way, not forways or backways. Just believe before you look. The man in the moon has a magic all his own.More [08/09/2007 12:08:00]
Ryan Flynn: How long have you been here?
Melanie Lewis: A while, I guess. Time is kinda unimportant here in the Dust Factory.
Ryan Flynn: That's what you call this place, the Dust Factory?
Melanie Lewis: YUP! Kinda a home away from home until you're ready to go back. Which I'm not!More [08/09/2007 12:08:00]
Ryan Flynn: [while dancing in the woods with Melanie] I don't want this to ever end!
Grandpa Randolph: Again with that word "end". It's a myth.
Melanie Lewis: That's a lie!
Grandpa Randolph: Don't be selfish, Melanie.
Melanie Lewis: When you make the leap at the big top, time in the dust factory ends.
Grandpa Randolph: Melanie.
Melanie Lewis: Let Ryan decide!More [08/09/2007 12:08:00]
Grandpa Randolph: Dust is a funny thing. It's everywhere all at once, like a teeny, tiny snowstorm, in every ray of light. Even the moon is just a big dust ball. But you know, it's all in the way you look at it. Not this way or that way, not forways or backways. Just believe before you look. The man in the moon has a magic all his own.More [08/09/2007 12:08:00]
Ray Kinsella: I bet it's good to be playing again, huh?
Shoeless Joe Jackson: Getting thrown out of baseball was like having part of me amputated. I've heard that old men wake up and scratch itchy legs that been dust for over fifty years. That was me. I'd wake up at night with the smell of the ball park in my nose, the cool of the grass on my feet... The thrill of the grass.More [11/05/2007 12:11:00]
If Milosevic is pulling them out, there will be plenty of dust on the track. We’ll know it when we see it.More [11/21/2007 12:11:00]
Erudition - dust shaken out of a book into an empty skull.More [12/19/2007 12:12:00]
Maximus: Ancestors, I ask you for your guidance. Blessed mother, come to me with the Gods' desire for my future. Blessed father, watch over my wife and son with a ready sword. Whisper to them that I live only to hold them again, for all else is dust and air. Ancestors, I honor you and will try to live with the dignity that you have taught me.More [12/23/2007 12:12:00]
Irene Walsh: [to Rosalita] This is my supply closet. You'll find everything you need - brooms, dust pans, insect spray... I would really like the house clean when they tear it down. Clarke, can you translate?
Mouth: [translation to Rosalita] If you do a bad job you'll be locked in here with the cockroaches for two weeks without food or water.
Irene Walsh: [directed towards mouth] You are so fluent in Spanish. That was so nice of you.
Mouth: "Nice" is my middle name, Mrs. Walsh.More [01/03/2008 12:01:00]
[examining Kroenen's corpse]
Professor Trevor 'Broom' Bruttenholm: Subject, Karl Ruprecht Kroenen. Born in Munich, 1897. Suffered from a masochistic compulsion commonly known as "surgical addiction". Both eyelids surgically removed, along with his upper and lower lip, making speech impossible. The blood in his veins dried up decades ago. Only dust remains.
[he removes a revolving key from Kroenen's heart]
Professor Trevor 'Broom' Bruttenholm: Four broken vertebrae. A steel rod inserted into his pelvis kept him upright... what horrible will could keep such a creature as this alive?More [03/05/2008 12:03:00]
Claude Gilbert: Congratulations, Douglas. You have just won the right to taste my dust tomorrow.
Bruno Von Stickle: And mine, Douglas. Today, you break my record. But tomorrow, I return your hello-comeback into goodbye forever. Auf Wiedersehen.More [03/09/2008 12:03:00]
Katana: Ashes to ashes, dust to dust. If you don't take it out and use it, it's going to rust.More [03/13/2008 12:03:00]
President Camacho: Shit. I know shit's bad right now, with all that starving bullshit, and the dust storms, and we are running out of french fries and burrito coverings. But I got a solution.
South Carolina Representative # 1: That's what you said last time, dipshit!
South Carolina Representative # 2: Yeah, I got a solution, you're a dick! South Carolina, what's up!More [04/09/2008 12:04:00]
Charlie Duke: We were blowing lunar dust everywhere. It was like landing through the fog.More [04/13/2008 12:04:00]
Miss Lloyd Sherman: Come on, May Lily, let's make mud pies! We can get a lot of nice round pebbles, and they can be raisins. We'll sprinkle dust over the top, and that can be sugar. We'll just make the finest mud pies you ever saw!More [07/27/2008 12:07:00]
Colonel William G. Smollett:
And I might have had that wonderful child as a granddaughter. Bill was fortunate to have known her.



Mrs. Anne Hilton:
Bill deserved her. He was such a good boy.



Colonel William G. Smollett:
Yes, I dare say. The good die first. And they whose hearts are dry as summer dust burn to the socket.

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Margy Frake:
Ohh... but the house you live in...



Harry Ware:
It's got to be the same. No old clapboard shingle business. There is a new kind of plastic, pre-fabricated job. I want you to see it at the catalog home.



Margy Frake:
Is it pretty?



Harry Ware:
Sure, but whats more important it's termite proof. Wait 'til you see it, they tell you how to furnish it too. No rugs or carpets, there just dust collecters... Linolium through the whole house, wait until you see the pictures, it's sleek and smooth easy to keep clean... well it's like every room in the house was a Bathroom!



Margy Frake:
Sounds real cozy...

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Ben Jode:
President Cleveland's proclamation will be issued any day now and the claims will be filed through the Red Dust land office just like I figured.



Henchman Clyde Flint:
That's what Parker's been telling me.



Ben Jode:
Who's Parker?



Henchman Clyde Flint:
The land agent here.



Ben Jode:
Can we get to him?



Henchman Clyde Flint:
I already got to him. He likes to play roulette. He owes me $6500.



Ben Jode:
So he's been buckin' that crooked wheel of yours, huh?



Henchman Clyde Flint:
[hurt] Oh, Ben. Let's say out of balance... It sounds much nicer.

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Chet Younger:
You've been out looking for the man who stuck up the train?



Sheriff Bravo Trimble:
I figure I got more trail dust than he did dollars.

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George Bailey:
I'm shakin' the dust of this crummy little town off my feet and I'm gonna see the world. Italy, Greece, the Parthenon, the Colosseum. Then, I'm comin' back here to go to college and see what they know. And then I'm gonna build things. I'm gonna build airfields, I'm gonna build skyscrapers a hundred stories high, I'm gonna build bridges a mile long...

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Nord Finner:
Say, Fuzzy, maybe that Indian pal of yours could tell you where to dig a little gold dust on this claim.



Fuzzy Q. Jones:
Oh, ah, ain't you found nothin' yet?



Nord Finner:
Not enough to fill a gnat's tooth.

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Mort Fowler:
Find anything?



Lowry:
Nothing but rags and dust so far.



Dale:
You think the treasure's in this place?



Mort Fowler:
If it ain't, there's a clue to tell us where it is. Nobody knows about this place but us. There'll be plenty of time to search.



Dale:
Not now you haven't. That's why the Chief sent me out here.



Mort Fowler:
What do ya mean?



Dale:
That new land bill has been passed and signed. As soon as Andy Knight finishes that link to the Al-Can Highway, this territory will be thrown open to the homesteaders.



Mort Fowler:
You mean someone is liable to find the treasure before we do and stake a claim on it?



Dale:
That's right. So, the Chief says we gotta delay the road work

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[Yorke and Beaufort enter the dance after returning from their meeting with Cochise]



Captain Yorke:
Cochise has crossed the river, sir. He's coming in with all his people; wants to talk peace.



Lt. Col. Thursday:
He's returned to American soil?



Captain Yorke:
Yes, sir. Now with the Colonel's permission, I'd like to shake some of this Mexican 'dobe dust and get back to the dance.



Lt. Col. Thursday:
There'll be no time for that, Captain. The regiment moves out at dawn.



Captain Yorke:
The regiment? Cochise says he'll meet with you and me and Meacham. We'll take a small detail and go unarmed. I've arranged a rendezvous this side of the drygoons.



Lt. Col. Thursday:
[to RSM O'Rourke] Sergeant-Major, you'll stop the dance. Pass the word to the first sergeants to prepare their troops to march at dawn. Troop commanders will oblige me by meeting at headquarters at once.



Captain Yorke:
Colonel, if you send out the regiment Cochise'll think I've tricked him!



Lt. Col. Thursday:
Exactly. We have tricked him. Tricked him into returning to American soil and I intend to see that he stays here.



Captain Yorke:
Colonel Thursday, I gave my word to Cochise. No man is gonna make a liar out of me, sir.



Lt. Col. Thursday:
Your word to a breech-clouted savage? An illiterate, uncivilized murderer and treaty-breaker? There's no question of honor, sir, between an American officer and Cochise.



Captain Yorke:
There is to me, sir!



Lt. Col. Thursday:
Captain Yorke, you may have commanded your own regiment in the late war; but so long as you command a troop in mine, you will obey my orders.

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[the regiment has arrived near the Apache's encampment]



Lt. Col. Thursday:
I propose, Captain Yorke, to deploy the men: two troops to the north, one to the east. You will then converge on the encampment.



Captain Yorke:
I wouldn't do that, sir.



Lt. Col. Thursday:
I'm not asking your advice, Captain. I'm merely stating.



Captain Yorke:
The Apaches, sir, are neither to the north nor the east. Nor are they in their encampment. But if you'da been watching the dust swirls to the south, like most of us, you'd see that they're right there!


[points to the Apaches coming over the rise]

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[the regiment is getting ready to attack - Col. Thursday scans the horizon with his binoculars]



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
I don't see them. Not a one.



Captain Yorke:
Well, they're down there, sir... among the rocks.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Have you seen 'em, Captain?



Captain Yorke:
I don't have to - I know.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
How?



Captain Yorke:
'Cause if I were Cochise, that's where I'd take up position.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
And that dust cloud beyond?



Captain Yorke:
It's an Apache trick. Probably squaws and children draggin' mesquite.



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
[dubious, sarcastically] Very ingenious, Captain. You make me suspect your Cochise has studied under Alexander the Great, or Bonaparte at the least. Gentlemen, march your troops. We'll charge in a column of fours.



Captain Yorke:
Mounted in fours? That's suicide, Colonel! I tell you they're down there...



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Captain Yorke, you're relieved of command of your troop. There's no room in this regiment for a coward.



Captain Yorke:
[angrily throws down his glove in front of Col. Thursday] At your service, sir!



Lt. Col. Owen Thursday:
Bugler, pick up Captain Yorke's gauntlet. I'm no duellist, Captain. I will decide whether I will answer you with pistols or a general court martial. You will remain on the ridge... in safety... with the supply train. Take O'Rourke with you.

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Fred C. Dobbs:
What a town. Tampico.



Bob Curtin:
You said it, brother. If I could just get me a job that would bring in enough to buy passage, I'd shake it's dust off my feet soon enough, you bet.

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[first lines for each episode]



Narrator:
The Lone Ranger!


[gunshots are fired]



The Lone Ranger:
Hi-yo, Silver!



Narrator:
A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust and a hearty "Hi-yo Silver" - the Lone Ranger!



The Lone Ranger:
Hi-yo, Silver, away!



Narrator:
With his faithful Indian companion, Tonto, the daring and resourceful masked rider of the plains led the fight for law and order in the early West. Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear. The Lone Ranger rides again!

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Wright Thompson:
What kind of place is this? Flowers that crumble to dust in your hand, stones that look like pearls, fish without eyes! Nature's sure a practical joker!



Dr. Jeremiah Morley:
I suppose you could've done better?



Wright Thompson:
In 10 million years I couldn'ta done worse!

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Magier:
At no time before did the stars favor war! The victory is ours! And which bounty: wherever I'd looked the foe is retreating, the rich Wasil Husain lies in the dust before our exhalted Sultan and cries for mercy! Endless caravans are loaded with treasures we've got from our enemies!



Amarza:
Your sleeve is burning, wise magician!



Magier:
Oh!


[he smotheres the flame]



Magier:
That doesn't mean anything.

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Wendy:
He can fly!



John:
He can fly!



Michael:
He flewed!



Peter Pan:
Now you try.



Wendy:
I'll think of a mermaid lagoon, underneath a magic moon.



John:
I'll think I'm in a pirate's cave.



Michael:
I think I'll be an Indian brave.



Peter Pan:
Now everybody try.



Wendy, John, Michael, Peter Pan:
One, two, three!



Wendy
, John, Michael:
We can fly! We can fly! We can fly!


[the children all fall to the ground]



Peter Pan:
This won't do. What's the matter with you? All it takes is faith and trust. Oh! And something I forgot.


[grabs Tinkerbell]



Peter Pan:
Dust!



Wendy
, John:
Dust?



Michael:
Dust?



Peter Pan:
Yep, just a little bit of pixie dust.


[taps Tinkerbell a bit with his hand to make golden dust come off and rain down on the kids]



Peter Pan:
Now, think of the happiest things. It's the same as having wings.

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