Children and I don't get on.
[reading from Professor Browne's letter] "Technically a witch is always a lady except when circumstances dictate otherwise."
Victory for England, and St. George!
You see, Colonel, things are not always what they seem to be.
[after turning the lion into a rabbit] Oh, bother. I do hate shoddy work.
I'll keep it. Women always lose things.
[An old man is playing dreary music on a piano which he is selling.]
Oh, Grandpa, you don't expect to sell a piano like that, do you?
[Mr. Browne is approached by two scantily-clad dancers who take him by either arm.]
Lovely to see youógoodbye!
The college, alas, is now defunct.
Will you please get this child off my leg?
Observe the fundamental weakness of the criminal mind. You will believe no one or anything.
It is not what things are; it is what they seem to be. Is that not so, Madam?
The snippers that clipped old King Edward's cigars.
Made in Hong Kongótwo bob a dozen, I'd say.
Close your mouth, Swinburne!
Another package from Professor Emelius Browne in London. He sent you a cat last time, did he not?
Knock his block off!
[growls] Stop jibbering! [hits Secretary Bird on the head] What's the matter with you?
[blubbing] Your royal majesty! They're stolen your football animals.
[laughs] Don't be ridiculous! What do you think this is?
You there! Which way to Pepperinge Eye?
I'm not a Nazi, I'm a British officer!
that's what you say if you was a Nazi, isn't it sir?
Who is that?
Miss Priceósplendid woman. Her late father served with me at Vimy Ridge.