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Madame Leota (Character)
from The Haunted Mansion (2003)

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The Haunted Mansion (2003)
Madame Leota: Dark spirits from the grave come forth. Lift us from the black. And show us, show us the way back.
Jim: Dark spirits? Hey, no dark spirits! Don't you make no dark spirits come out!

[about to go over a steep hill]
Jim: Hold on!
Madame Leota: With what?

[last lines]
Madame Leota: Angels in Heaven, together at last. The tale is well ended for those who have passed. Love endures all, no reason, no rhyme. It lasts forever and forever all the time.
Megan: Mom, Leota won't shut up.
Michael: Are we there yet?
Megan: I'm getting pretty hungry.
Michael: Can we stop for some pizza?
Jim: Hey, how long before we get there, Sara?
Sara Evers: Twenty minutes, tops.
Jim: Nothing takes twenty minutes.

[Jim has braved zombies to get a key that Leota said would solve everything]
Jim: Alright, I got the key. Now what?
Madame Leota: Now you must find the trunk.
Jim: Trunk?
Madame Leota: Yes, trunk.
Jim: Not door?
Madame Leota: No, not door. Trunk.
Jim: All you said I had to do was find this key. I got the key, and now you're telling me something about a trunk. "The key is the answer to all" remember?
Madame Leota: Look, I don't make the rules OK? I just work here.

Madame Leota: Evil and darkness have fallen this night. But now, to survive, you must gain new sight.
Jim: I must first gain new underwear.

Leota: Find the thing that must be read, lest your heart be filled with dread...

Madame Leota: Whom do you seek?
Jim: I am seeking a way outta here.
Madame Leota: Then you must look within.
Jim: I don't wanna look within, I wanna look without! Are you deaf?

Madame Leota: What are you doing?
Jim: Hey, you leave me alone. Just get out of here and leave me alone.
Madame Leota: Oh, I see. You're just going to sit there, feeling sorry for yourself.
Jim: Tell me why not. This whole thing was my fault. We should've never been here in the first place. Supposed to be at the lake. We'd be sitting by a warm fire right now. And I made us come here. And now it's too late.
Madame Leota: No. It's never too late.
Jim: Hey, look, I tried to get in there, and I can't, all right? I tried! I failed!
Madame Leota: You try. You fail. You try. You fail. But the only true failure is when you stop trying.
Jim: What do you want me to do? Huh?
Madame Leota: Try again.
[Cut to Jim, behind the wheel of his car, preparing to plough it through the Mansion window]