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Madam Mim (Character)
from The Sword in the Stone (1963)

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The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Madame Mim: Sounds like someone's sick. How lovely. I do hope it's serious. Something dreadful.

[preparing for the Wizards' Duel]
Madame Mim: Now, first of all, if you don't mind, I'll make the rules.
Archimedes the Owl: Rules indeed! G'ha-ha-ha! Why, she only wants rules so she can break 'em.
Madame Mim: I'll take care of you later, feather-brain.
[Archimedes huffs indignantly]
Madame Mim: Now, Rule One: No mineral or vegetable, only animals. Rule Two: No make-believe things like, uh, oh, pink dragons and stuff. Now, Rule Three: No disappearing.
[pinches Merlin playfully on the nose]
Merlin: Rule Four: No cheating.

Merlin: Now, now, Mim, Mim, no... no dragons, remember?
Madame Mim: Did I say no purple dragons? Did I?

Merlin: Madam, I have not disappeared. I'm very tiny. I am a germ. A rare disease. I am called malignalitaloptereosis... and you caught me, Mim!
Madame Mim: What!

Merlin: Oh, it's not too serious, madam. You should recover in a few weeks and be as good, uh... he-he-he, I mean, as BAD as ever; but, uh, I would suggest plenty of rest, and lots and lots of sunshine.
Madame Mim: I hate sunshine! I hate horrible, wholesome sunshine! I hate it! I hate it! I hate, hate, hate, HAAATE...!

Madame Mim: Say, lad, did you know that I can make myself uglier yet?
Arthur: Well, that would be some trick - er, I-I-I mean, uh...
Madame Mim: Want to bet?
[hides face with hair, pulls hair back to reveal a warthog's face]
Madame Mim: Boo!
[Arthur jumps]
Madame Mim: Oh, ho! You see? I win, I win! Aren't I hideous, boy? Perfectly revolting?
Arthur: [shaking his head at first, then nodding] Uh... yes, ma'am.

Madame Mim: Now what do you think, boy? Who's the greatest? Ha-ha-ha HA ha-ha!
Arthur: Well, uh, Merlin's magic is always... uh, well... useful, uh... for something good.
Madame Mim: And he must see something good in you.
Arthur: Oh, I suppose so.
Madame Mim: Yes, and in my book that's bad!
[Closes window]
Madame Mim: So, my boy, I'm afraid I'll have to destroy you.
Arthur: D-destroy me?
Madame Mim: Yeah, I-I'll give you a sporting chance. I'm mad about games, you know.
[chuckling as she turns into a cat]
Madame Mim: Well, come on, boy, get going. You gotta keep on your toes in this game.