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Princess Aurora (Character)
from Sleeping Beauty (1959)

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Maleficent (2014)
Princess Aurora: I know you're there. Don't be afraid.
Maleficent: I'm not afraid.
Princess Aurora: Then come out.
Maleficent: Then *you'll* be afraid.

Princess Aurora: I know who you are.
Maleficent: Do you?
Princess Aurora: You're my fairy godmother!
Maleficent: What?

[From trailer]
Princess Aurora: All the other fairies fly, why don't you?
Maleficent: I had wings once, and they were strong. But they were stolen from me.

Princess Aurora: [after she awakens from her enchanted sleep] Hello, Godmother.
Maleficent: Hello, Beasty.

Princess Aurora: Do all the Fair People have wings?
Maleficent: Most do.
Princess Aurora: Then why don't you? All the other fairies fly.
Maleficent: I did, but they were stolen from me. That's all I wish to say about it.
Princess Aurora: What color were they? Were they big?
Maleficent: So big they dragged behind me when I walked. And they were strong. They could carry me above the clouds and into the headwinds. And they never faltered, not even once. I could trust them.

[Rehearsing her 'goodbye speech' to her "Aunties"]
Princess Aurora: You've been very good to me... well, except that time you fed me spiders.

[Maleficent is magically healing damaged trees in the woods]
Aurora: Hello.
[Maleficent turns around to see a smiling toddler Aurora]
Maleficent: Go away.
[Aurora walks closer to Maleficent]
Maleficent: Go. Go away.
[Aurora hugs Maleficent]
Maleficent: I don't like children.

Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Prince Phillip: But when will I see you again?
Princess Aurora: Oh never, never!
Prince Phillip: Never?
Princess Aurora: Well, maybe someday.
Prince Phillip: When, tomorrow?
Princess Aurora: Oh no, this evening!
Prince Phillip: Where?
Princess Aurora: [calling back while running away] At the cottage... in the glen.

Fauna: She's in love!
Merryweather: Oh, no!
Flora: This is terrible!
Princess Aurora: Why? After all, I am sixteen.
Flora: It isn't that, dear.
Fauna: You're already betrothed.
Princess Aurora: Betrothed?
Merryweather: Since the day you were born.
Fauna: To Prince Phillip, dear.
Princess Aurora: But that's impossible. How could I marry a prince? I'd have to be...
Merryweather: A princess.
Fauna: And you are, dear.
Flora: Princess Aurora. Tonight we're taking you back to your father, King Stefan.
Princess Aurora: But... but I can't! He's coming here tonight. I promised to meet him.
Flora: I'm sorry, child. But you must never see that young man again.
Princess Aurora: Oh no. No! I can't believe it, no! No!
[she runs to her room, sobbing]

Princess Aurora: Well, I'm really not supposed to speak to strangers, but we've met before.
Princess Aurora: I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream. I know you, the gleam in your eyes is so familiar a gleam. Yet I know it's true, that visions are seldom all they seem... but if I know you, I know what you'll do: you'll love me at once, the way you did once upon a dream...

Prince Phillip: I'm awfully sorry. I didn't mean to frighten you.
Princess Aurora: Oh, it wasn't that. Is just that you're a... a...
Prince Phillip: A stranger?
Princess Aurora: Mm-hm.
Prince Phillip: But 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.

Princess Aurora: Oh, dear. Why do they still treat me like a child?
Owl: Who?
Princess Aurora: Aunt Flora, and Fauna, and Merryweather. They never want me to meet anyone.
Princess Aurora: But you know something? I fooled them. I *have* met someone.
Owl: Who? Who?
Princess Aurora: Oh, a prince.
[Birds chirp]
Princess Aurora: Well, he's tall and handsome, and... and so romantic.
[Birds chirp]
Princess Aurora: Oh, we walk together, and talk together, and just before we say goodbye, he takes me in his arms, and then... I wake up.
[all the animals sigh]
Princess Aurora: 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.

Princess Aurora: [on her return from picking berries] Aunt Flora? Fauna? Merrywether?
[closes the door, but finds the house silent]
Princess Aurora: Where is everybody?
Princess Aurora: [gasps as she sees her new dress draped over a chair and rushes toward it eagerly] Oh!
Flora, Fauna, Merryweather: [appearing from their hiding place] Surprise! Surprise! Happy Birthday!
Princess Aurora: Oh, you darlings! This is the happiest day of my life! Everything's *so* wonderful!

Princess Aurora: [Excitedly] Just wait until you meet him!
Fauna: Him?
Merryweather: Rose?
Flora: You've met some stranger?
Princess Aurora: Oh, he's not a stranger. We've met before.
Flora: You have?
Merryweather: Where?
Princess Aurora: Once upon a dream. I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream...
[Starts dancing with Fauna]

"Once Upon a Time: Broken (#2.1)" (2012)
Prince Phillip: [after waking Sleeping Beauty] You, my love, need rest.
Princess Aurora: I've had my fill of rest.

Prince Phillip: I'm going to find wood, to build us a fire. I'll be back in five minutes.
[he kisses Aurora with utmost passion]
Princess Aurora: [laughs sheepishly] That's a "see you in five minutes" kiss?
Prince Phillip: I'm making up for lost time.

Princess Aurora: You're a... a girl.
Mulan: Woman. My name is Mulan.

Princess Aurora: I know love when I see it.

Princess Aurora: This palace was to be our home. We were to spend eternity here.
Mulan: How did you end up here in your cursed state?
Princess Aurora: You're not the only one who knows about sacrifice.

Shrek the Third (2007)
Snow White: Right! Ladies, assume the position!
[Sleeping Beauty falls asleep, Snow White lies down in her coffin pose, and Cinderella seats herself on the floor gazing dreamily into space]
Princess Fiona: What are you doing?
Sleeping Beauty: [Snaps awake] Waiting to be rescued.
[falls back asleep]

Sleeping Beauty: Who dat?

Snow White: I'm sorry but this isn't working for me.
Sleeping Beauty: It's not like your attitude is helping, Snow.
Snow White: You're just jealous that I was voted fairest in the land.
Rapunzel: Oh, you mean in that rigged election?
Snow White: You're one to talk. "Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down thy golden extensions."

Sleeping Beauty: Everything always about you, it's not like your additude is helping Snow.
Snow White: Well maybe it just bothers you that I was voted fairest in the land.

"Once Upon a Time: Lady of the Lake (#2.3)" (2012)
Princess Aurora: I want justice.
Mulan: Tread carefully. It's dangerous to confuse vengeance with justice.

Mulan: Aurora, you've gotta keep up.
Princess Aurora: Sorry, but I'm not exactly dressed for the woods. It's cold out here!
Mulan: Then maybe you should've listened to me and stayed back.
Emma Swan: [handing her jacket to Aurora] Here.
Princess Aurora: But I... tried to kill your friend.
Emma Swan: Actually, she's my mom. I have a feeling she can take care of herself.

Princess Aurora: [of Emma's jacket] What kind of corset is this?

"Once Upon a Time: Tallahassee (#2.6)" (2012)
[four women are arguing about who should partner up with Hook to get the compass]
Mulan: All due respect, I'm the best-equipped to go. How many wars have you been through?
Mary Margaret Blanchard: My share...
Princess Aurora: It should be me.
Mulan: You? You haven't fought in a battle.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: This is about us getting home to *our* loved ones. Why would you...?
Princess Aurora: I have no loved ones. If I fail, you can still go on.
Emma Swan: It's me. I'm going, and I'm not gonna fail.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: You're new here.
Emma Swan: It's about getting back to Henry. I don't care what I have to face. - You're not gonna argue with me?
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Would it do any good?
Emma Swan: No.

Mary Margaret Blanchard: When's the last time you slept?
Princess Aurora: I don't really sleep now. Not after what I've been through.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: [understanding] Sleeping curse.
Princess Aurora: The one time I did sleep, I had horrible nightmares.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: It's a side effect. Same thing happened to me.
Princess Aurora: It did?
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Mm, I had them for months. Charming - my husband... He used to wake me. When I cried out, he'd light a candle. He said it would capture the nightmares. He'd watch over me as I fell back to sleep.
Princess Aurora: Sounds like he lives up to his name.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: [heartily] Yeah.

Princess Aurora: [about her nightmare] I was in this room, this, this red room. It was... bright - blood-red curtains. There was no windows and no doors, so it didn't make sense, and I couldn't get in or out. I was trapped. The curtains, they were on fire. It was horrible!
Mary Margaret Blanchard: It's OK.
Princess Aurora: I was hunched in a corner, and... I looked over into the other corner. And in the shadows, there was someone else there. I could just see his eyes. He was looking right at me.

"Once Upon a Time: Child of the Moon (#2.7)" (2012)
[last lines]
[Aurora wakes up abruptly]
Princess Aurora: Snow! Snow!
Mary Margaret Blanchard: Hey. I'm here. It's okay. It's okay. It's just another nightmare.
Princess Aurora: No, this time was different. There was a little boy. He-he... he put out the fire. He talked to me.
Mary Margaret Blanchard: A little boy?
Emma Swan: What did he say?
Princess Aurora: He said... he said his name was Henry.

Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams (2007) (V)
Princess Aurora: What a mess, what am I going to do with all these cows?

Sleeping Beauty (1987)
Nana: Now where are you off to?
Rosebud: To find a prince.

"Once Upon a Time: Into the Deep (#2.8)" (2012)
[Mulan is concerned that Aurora puts herself in danger for Emma's and Mary Margaret's cause]
Mulan: You're choosing to go in deeper and staying under longer to find this boy. I vowed to Prince Phillip to protect you, not to help some strangers find a portal to another land.
Princess Aurora: Mulan, I was cursed to spend eternity in that horrible sleep. And the only reason I'm here is because you and Phillip risked your lives to save me. Every day since my waking has been a gift, so let me do something with it. It's my turn to help someone else.

"Faerie Tale Theatre: Sleeping Beauty (#2.3)" (1983)
Sleeping Beauty: ["My son, the Prince" has arrived to meet his future bride, Sleeping Beauty, who is preparing in her room] Oh, I do hope the Prince likes me for father's sake; it seems so important to him.
[Trumpets sound, she goes to the window to see the Prince's arrival]
Sleeping Beauty: He does seem well-formed.
"My son, the Prince": [the peasants welcome the Prince, throwing petals and confetti] Oh! Oh! Get off, maggots! They're such filthy little pests! My, my, my word!
[He kicks the crutch from under a peasant's arm]
King Murray: Are you all right? He apologizes, he apologizes. Mind your manners!
"My son, the Prince": I can't allow the rabble such familiarity. Where will it end?
King Murray: We're trying to make a good impression!
"My son, the Prince": What, upon this beastly lot of peasants? Don't be absurd.
King Murray: [Sees Sleeping Beauty at the window] Ah, she's watching!
"My son, the Prince": Oh. Yes. Well, she should, for I have come to let her bask in the reflected glory of my royal self.
[Bows with a flourish]
"My son, the Prince": Lucky wench.
King Boris: [King Boris and Queen Natasha come out to greet them] Welcome, welcome, welcome, welcome. "What ho!"
[King Murray looks confused]
King Boris: You know, "what ho!"
"My son, the Prince": [laughs] "What ho"? Did you say, "what ho"? Oh, *stop*, what a frightfully old fashioned kingdom!
King Murray: Oh, all right, all right, I'll do it: "What ho!" May I present my son, the Prince?
[to the Prince]
King Murray: Say hello...
"My son, the Prince": Hello.
King Boris: Welcome to my kingdom.
"My son, the Prince": Ha! "Kingdom" indeed!
Sleeping Beauty: [to her maids] He may be quite brave...
"My son, the Prince": [sees a small dog] Aaah! What's that? Aah! Go away! Back, back, back, back, back!
[Jumps into his father's arms and whimpers, then realizes what he's doing]
"My son, the Prince": All right
[bats his father's arms away]
"My son, the Prince": don't just stand there, let's get on with it, show me this princess.
[the two kings and the queen point to Sleeping Beauty's window, which is now empty]
"My son, the Prince": Well, where is she? Hm?

DysEnchanted (2004)
Sleeping Beauty: [smiling] I need to get coffee.
Alice: [closing her book] Same time, next week.
Dorothy: Weather permitting.