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Grandmother Willow (Character)
from Pocahontas (1995)

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Pocahontas (1995)
Grandmother Willow: What do you see?
Pocahontas: Clouds. Strange clouds.

John Smith: Pocahontas, that tree is talking to me.
Pocahontas: Then you should talk back.
Grandmother Willow: Don't be frightened, young man. My bark is worse than my bite.
Pocahontas: Say something.
John Smith: What do you say to a tree?
Pocahontas: Anything you want.

Grandmother Willow: Come closer, John Smith.
[she inspects him]
Grandmother Willow: He has a good soul. And he's handsome, too.
John Smith: Oh, I like her.
Pocahontas: I knew you would.

Pocahontas: Lately, I've been having this dream and I think it's.
Grandmother Willow: Oh, a dream! Let's hear all about it!
[animals begin to chatter excitedly]
Grandmother Willow: Quiet!
[a squirrel crawls over her face, which she blows away; the animals continue to chatter]
Grandmother Willow: Quiet!
[all falls silent; a frog croaks, Grandmother Willow glares at it, making it gulp and hide under its lily pad]

John Smith: [about Percy and Meeko] You see what I mean? Once two sides wanna fight, nothing can stop them.
Pocahontas: [Percy and Meeko circling around her] C-Come here, both of you!
John Smith: It's all right! He's only a friend! Bad! Bad dog! Sit!
[Flit laughs, then Meeko snatches him and straightens his beak to be sharp like a sword. He begins to fence off Percy]
Pocahontas: What are you doing? Meeko!
John Smith: Percy, get back here! What are you doing? Stop that!
Grandmother Willow: All right! That's enough!
[Percy stiffens up and faints into the river. Grandmother Willow lifts him back to the stump with one of her branches]
Grandmother Willow: It's enough to make your sap boil.

Grandmother Willow: Now then, there's something I want to show you. Look.
[dips her vine in the water in which glowing ripples begin to form]
Pocahontas: The ripples.
John Smith: What about them?
Grandmother Willow: So small at first, then look how they grow. But someone has to start them.
John Smith: They're not gonna listen to us.
Grandmother Willow: Young man, sometimes the right path is not the easiest one. Don't you see? Only when the fighting stops, can you be together.
[Pocahontas smiles]
John Smith: Alright, let's go talk to your father.
[Pocahontas and John hug each other]

Grandmother Willow: That's the strangest creature I've ever seen.
[on Percy, who is running around with his head stuck in a tree trunk]