Sleeping Beauty

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Plot – When the witch Maleficent is not invited to the christening of the newborn princess Aurora,she curses her,promising her death before her 16th birthday. Aurora’s three fairy godmothers take the little girl away from her parents and have her spend a safe happy childhood in the woods of the kingdom. Despite their efforts,Maleficent manages to find the girl on her sixteenth birthday and put her diabolical plan into action.

Movie Info

Title Sleeping Beauty

Year 1959

Director Clyde Geronimi

Genre Musical, Romance, Family, Fantasy, Animation

Top 16 Quotes of “Sleeping Beauty” Movie

“- Fauna: Now, one tsp. Tsp?
– Merryweather: One teaspoon.
– Fauna: One teaspoon, of course!”

Barbara Jo Allen – Fauna
Barbara Luddy – Merryweather

“She is indeed, most wondrous fair. Gold of sunshine in her hair, lips that shame the red red rose.”

Eleanor Audley – Maleficent

“The road to true love may be barred by still many more dangers, which you alone will have to face. So arm thyself with this enchanted Shield of Virtue, and this mighty Sword of Truth, for these weapons of righteousness will triumph over evil.”

Verna Felton – Flora

“Maleficent doesn’t know anything about love or kindness or the joy of helping others. You know, sometimes I think she isn’t very happy.”

Barbara Jo Allen – Fauna

“He’s tall and handsome, and… and so romantic. Oh, we walk together, and talk together, and just before we say goodbye, he takes me in his arms, and then… I wake up. Yes, it’s only in my dreams. But they say if you dream a thing more than once, it’s sure to come true, and I’ve seen him so many times.”

Mary Costa – Princess Aurora

“- Prince Phillip: Don’t you remember? We’ve met before.
– Princess Aurora: We… we have?
– Prince Phillip: But of course! You said so yourself. Once upon a dream.”

Bill Shirley – Prince Phillip
Mary Costa – Princess Aurora

“A daughter was born, and they called her Aurora. Yes, they named her after the dawn, for she filled their lives with sunshine.”

Marvin Miller – Narrator

“- Merryweather: It’s pink!
– Flora: Oh, lovely shade, isn’t it?
– Merryweather: But I wanted it blue.”

Barbara Luddy – Merryweather
Verna Felton – Flora

“Sweet princess, if through this wicked witches trick a spindle should your finger prick, a ray of hope there still may be in this, the gift I give at thee. Not in death but just in sleep the fateful prophecy you’ll keep, and from this slumber you shall wake when true love’s kiss the spell shall break.”

Barbara Luddy – Merryweather

“You’re living in the past, Father! This is the 14th century!”

Bill Shirley – Prince Phillip

“Sword of Truth, fly swift and sure, that evil die and good endure!”

Verna Felton – Flora

“- Merryweather: It looks awful.
– Flora: That’s because it’s on you, dear.”

Barbara Luddy – Merryweather
Verna Felton – Flora

“- Merryweather: I’d like to turn her into a fat old hop toad.
– Fauna: Now, dear, that isn’t a very nice thing to say.
– Flora: Besides, we can’t. You know our magic doesn’t work that way.
– Fauna: It can only do good, dear, to bring joy and happiness.
– Merryweather: Well, that would make me happy.”

Barbara Luddy – Merryweather
Barbara Jo Allen – Fauna
Verna Felton – Flora

And now, the gates of a dungeon part, and our prince is free to go his way. Off he rides, on his noble steed, a valiant figure, straight and tall! To wake his love, with love’s first kiss. And prove that “true love” conquers all!

Eleanor Audley – Maleficent

“The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her. But… before the sun sets on her 16th birthday, she shall prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die!”

Eleanor Audley – Maleficent

“Now shall you deal with me, o Prince, and all the powers of hell!”

Eleanor Audley – Maleficent