Hollywood Movie A Little Princess Plot Summary Reviews Actors Quotes 1995

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Hollywood Movie A Little Princess(1995)

 

Hollywood Movie A Little Princess Actors

Rahi Azizi, Ken Palmer, Helen Greenberg, Norman Merrill, Peggy Miley, Robert P. Cohen, Will Blomquist, David Fresco, Judith Drake, Chris Ellis, Jonás Cuarón, Juliana Harkavy, Jack Holland, London Vale, Sandeep Walia,Liesel Matthews, Eleanor Bron, Liam Cunningham, Rusty Schwimmer, Arthur Malet, Vanessa Lee Chester, Errol Sitahal, Heather DeLoach, Taylor Fry, Darcie Bradford, Rachael Bella, Alexandra Rea-Baum, Camilla Belle, Lauren Blumenfeld, Kelsey Mulrooney, Kaitlin Cullum, Alison Moir, Time Winters, Lomax Study, Vincent Schiavelli, Pushpa Rawal

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Hollywood Movie A Little Princess Quotes

“- Becky: Sara, why don’t you tell your stories anymore?
– Sara Crewe: They’re just make-believe. They don’t mean anything.

“From now on, you must earn your room and board here. You will move to the attic with Becky and work as a servant. If you fail to meet the standards of this institution or if you don’t do as you’re told, you’ll be thrown out. And believe me, Sara, the streets of the city are not kind to homeless beggars.”
ELEANOR BRON – Miss Minchin

“- Charles Randolph: All the hoping… you must think me a fool.
– Ram Dass: Is it your wish to be wise, sahib?
– Charles Randolph: I don’t know. I suppose a wise man wouldn’t have come here at all.”
Randolph and his servant are at a military hospital, where Randolph has discovered that the amnesiac soldier there is not his son John

ARTHUR MALET – Charles Randolph
ERROL SITAHAL – Ram Dass

“Sometimes when I dream, I sense a part of me that’s missing. It’s a strange feeling having your heart remember something your mind can not.”
LIAM CUNNINGHAM – Capt. Crewe

“- Sara Crewe: Why don’t they come to life in front of us so we can see them?
– Capt. Crewe: Because it’s magic. Magic has to be believed. It’s the only way it’s real.”
talking about dolls

LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe
LIAM CUNNINGHAM – Capt. Crewe

“You know, dolls make the very best friends. Just because they can’t speak doesn’t mean they don’t listen. And did you know that when we leave them alone in our room, they come to life?”
talking to Sara

LIAM CUNNINGHAM – Capt. Crewe

“- Sara Crewe: I’m here with you. I’ve always thought of us as sisters.
– Becky: You have?
– Sara Crewe: Let’s make a promise right now: to always look out for each other.
– Becky: It’s a promise.”
LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe
VANESSA CHESTER – Becky

“- Sara Crewe: Look! Just what we ordered!
– Becky: I’m a little scared about all of this.
– Sara Crewe: Me too. Do you think we shouldn’t eat it?
– Becky: I’m not that scared!”
the girls have awoken to find the attic beautifully redecorated and a breakfast of sausages, muffins, and fruit awaiting them

LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe
VANESSA CHESTER – Becky

“All women are princesses, it is our right.”
PUSHPA RAWAL – Maya

“- Capt. Crewe: Whenever you’re afraid, or miss me terribly… just tell Emily. And she’ll get the message to me, wherever I am. And I’ll send one back right away… so that when you hug her… you’ll really be getting a hug from me.
– Sara Crewe: It’s alright, Papa. I’m going to be fine.”
Captain Crewe has just presented his young daughter with a doll named Emily

LIAM CUNNINGHAM – Capt. Crewe
LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe

“- Sara Crewe: Papa? Maya told me that all girls are princesses.
– Capt. Crewe: Maya… is a very wise woman.
– Sara Crewe: Then it’s true?
– Capt. Crewe: You can be anything you want to be, my love, as long as you believe.”
LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe
LIAM CUNNINGHAM – Capt. Crewe

“- Sara Crewe: Don’t you ever do that, Miss Minchin? Believe in something just to make it seem real?
– Miss Minchin: I suppose that’s rather easy for a child who has everything. And now from now on, there will be no more ‘make believe’ at this school during reading hour or at any other time. Is that understood?”
LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe
ELEANOR BRON – Miss Minchin

“It’s time you learn, Sara Crewe, that real life has nothing to do with your little fantasy games. It’s a cruel, nasty world out there and it’s our duty to make the best of it – not to indulge in ridiculous dreams, but to be productive and useful!”
ELEANOR BRON – Miss Minchin

– Becky: Oh, but they’ve always meant something to me. There were days I thought I would die, until I heard you talk about the magic.
– Sara Crewe: There is no magic, Becky.”
VANESSA CHESTER – Becky
LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe

“- Capt. Crewe: What are you doing? Memorizing me by heart?
– Sara Crewe: No… I already know you by heart.”
Sara is tracing her father’s face with her finger

LIAM CUNNINGHAM – Capt. Crewe
LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe

“- Sara Crewe: Thank you.
– Miss Minchin: Sara, there’s no talking at the table.
– Sara Crewe: Doesn’t seem natural.
– Miss Minchin: I won’t say it again.”
as Becky serves breakfast

LIESEL MATTHEWS – Sara Crewe
ELEANOR BRON – Miss Minchin