The Magical Legend of the Leprechauns (1999 TV Movie)
[Mickey cuts in on a dance between Princess Jessica and another fairy]
Princess Jessica: Hello!
Princess Jessica: And what are you staring at?
Mickey Muldoon: The fairest beauty that ever stood before the eyes of a man since Helen danced her willing way on the wondering walls of Troy!
Princess Jessica: It's only a gift of words that you shower me, but I have to say that they shine!
Mickey Muldoon: Oh you shine, Princess Mine, you shine!
Mickey Muldoon: You look so lovely in the moonlight.
Princess Jessica: Take off your mask.
Mickey Muldoon: Uh, that-that's not a good idea.
Princess Jessica: Are you frightened?
Mickey Muldoon: Yes... uh, no. Um...
Princess Jessica: Then do it.
Mickey Muldoon: For your sake only.
Princess Jessica: I'll turn away.
[Mickey removes his leprechaun mask and Jessica sees his face]
Princess Jessica: But you're a Leprechaun. A real one.
Mickey Muldoon: I am.
Princess Jessica: But Leprechauns are all vile and villainous, and vulgar!
Mickey Muldoon: Well, Trooping Fairies are all sneering, snobbish and selfish!
Princess Jessica: That is not true! We're *not* like that.
Mickey Muldoon: [growing amused] And we're not all vile and villainous. Now vulgar, maybe. That's fair enough, I can't argue there...
Princess Jessica: But you're still a Leprechaun.
Mickey Muldoon: And you... you're still a Trooping Fairy. Does it make any difference?
Princess Jessica: No.
[Mickey takes Jessica's hand and kisses it]
Jack Woods: You're - you're...
Seamus Muldoon: A Leprechaun. Wet Leprechaun. Leader of the Kerry Leprechauns. Seamus Maldoon, at your wet service.
Mary Muldoon: [invisible] What in the Grand Banshee's name do you think you're doing?
Seamus Muldoon: What's it look like; I'm talking to the man.
Mary Muldoon: Are you mad, as well as stupid?
Seamus Muldoon: I have to! He saved me!
Mary Muldoon: He *saved* you?
Seamus Muldoon: Gallantly, I have to say. And not at all for himself.
[Jack stumbles outside]
Mary Muldoon: [appears inside] You were drunk!
Seamus Muldoon: Of *course* I was drunk... I hate water!
Jack Woods: [cut to outside] Just calm down, Jack. Get - a grip. It's just jetlag.
Mary Muldoon: [cut to inside] And you *let* him save you?
Seamus Muldoon: I didn't ask him, Mary, he just did it!
Mary Muldoon: That's no excuse! You could have had the decency to drown!
Jack Woods: [outside] ... hangover... bump on the head... You're fine.
Mary Muldoon: I'm Mary Maldoon...
Jack Woods: Oh, give me a break!
[turns, sees Leprechauns]
Mary Muldoon: ...Seamus' wife for my sins. Of which there must have been hundreds to have such a terrible fate!
Seamus Muldoon: They say that married men live longer than single ones. It only *seems* like that.
Sean Devine: [He is dying, dispappearing up to his waist] Look - I'm only half the man I was!
Seamus Muldoon: [glancing at Jack's photo of Kathleen] Ah, isn't she a magnificent woman?
Mary Muldoon: She's pretty enough - in an ugly, human kind of a way. They'd make a fine couple.
Jack Woods: OK, OK, *thank* you...
Jericho O'Grady: [the Leprechauns are trapped by the palace balcony, persued by Fairies] What do we do now?
Sean Devine: [sarcastically] Try to remember how to fly.
[turns, sees Mickey floating in mid-air]
Sean Devine: Mickey!
Mickey Muldoon: I... I dunno how I'm doing it.
Sean Devine: I hate to be the one to tell you this, Mickey lad, but you're in love.
Mickey Muldoon: [vaguely] Really?
Sean Devine: Well, that's the sign.
Mickey Muldoon: Is that a fact?
Sean Devine: [the Fairies are approaching] Grab him before he comes to his senses!
Mickey Muldoon: [dreamily] I met this girl... Princess Jessica.
Seamus Muldoon: Princess Jessica - King Boric's daughter!
Mickey Muldoon: Oh, she's an angel, with the face!
Seamus Muldoon: Oh, no, no, no, no, no - listen - You leave her be! I don't want that sort of trouble! Mary Maldoon, this is your fault! Jack - will you tell him to listen to his father?
Jack Woods: Why? I never did.
Seamus Muldoon: Neither did I; that's not point!
Mary Muldoon: So he's told you, has he? You're his father, speak to him!
Seamus Muldoon: Mickey Maldoon, you listen to me: You stay away from that girl, or I'll disown you!
Mickey Muldoon: How can you disown me; you don't own anything.
Mary Muldoon: Don't speak to your father like that!
Mickey Muldoon: What, you do!
Jack Woods: That's expected - I'm his wife! And don't speak to *me* like that!
Seamus Muldoon: Yes, don't speak to her like that!
Mickey Muldoon: Well, who'm I expected to speak to like that, then?
Seamus Muldoon: Now you're speaking to me like that.
Mickey Muldoon: But she started speaking to *me* like that...
Bert Bagnell: The race will be one circle to the track, to that there flag! And try not to cheat too much!
Jack Woods: [Seamus and Mickey appear in his buggy while he's racing] What're you doing here?
Seamus Muldoon: We thought you might like a hand.
Mickey Muldoon: Oh, don't worry, Mr. Woods, the old Leprechaun magic'll do the tirck.
Jack Woods: Great! Tell me what to do!
Seamus Muldoon: Get closer to the others!
Jack Woods: Got a father who runs a cab company, got a mother who runs my father.
Jack Woods: I'm sorry, Kathleen, but I'm leaving on the evening train.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick: This evening?
George Fitzpatrck: Good riddance.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick: George?... Could you go, please?
John Fitzpatrick: You going somewhere, George; can I go with you?
George Fitzpatrck: Not me, him.
John Fitzpatrick: I don't wanna go with him.
George Fitzpatrck: No one asked you!
Bert Bagnell: [immediately after Jack hits his head on a rafter] Mind the beam.
Jack Woods: Oh, boy, this house was built for little people.
Bert Bagnell: Uh, no, it's not! Not at all!
Mary Muldoon: [to Jack] You're soaking wet. I'll get you a towel.
Seamus Muldoon: Hey, what about me?
Mary Muldoon: *You* can get pneumonia!
Mary Muldoon: Where are you going?
Mickey Muldoon: Oh, just to do some mischief.
Mary Muldoon: That's all right, then.
Sean Devine: I was looking out for Count Grogan.
Barney O'Grady: May his Fairy bones rot!
Sean Devine: I thought I could drop on him all quiet-like, you know, for a little flattering.
Barney O'Grady: I'll flatter him, quiet or not!
Sean Devine: Your brother talks a good fight, Jericho.
Jericho O'Grady: If *talking* was all it took, he'd be Heavyweight Champion of all Ireland!
Seamus Muldoon: That's a very energetic way of doing the weeding, Jack.
Jack Woods: Seamus. I'm not gardening, I'm practicing my swing.
Seamus Muldoon: Your swing?
Jack Woods: Yeah. Yeah, my golf swing. You know, this whole area, this'd make a perfect golf course, don't you think?
Seamus Muldoon: No doubt, no doubt about it... I don't have the slightest idea what you're talking about.
[Micky kisses Princess Jessica]
Princess Jessica: [Gasps] How dare you?
Mickey Muldoon: Oh, I dare, Princess Jessica; I dare!
Princess Jessica: Come back here at once, and apologize!
Mickey Muldoon: Oh, you must be joking! Well, you'll have to catch me first! And no flying!
Princess Jessica: You think a Princess can't run?
Mickey Muldoon: ...NO!
[she chases him up the stairs]
Jack Woods: [of the berries on a bush] Are these things clean?
Kathleen Fitzpatrick: Yeah, oh yeah, they're clean... Poisonious, but clean.
Jack Woods: That's very funny, I'm just not used to eating anything without an experation date.
Kathleen Fitzpatrick: Oh, go on, Jack! Why don't you take a walk on the wild side!
Jack Woods: [throws a berry up in the air and catches it with his mouth, making Kathleen laugh] Those are good!
Kathleen Fitzpatrick: Yeah...
Jack Woods: Those are really good. It's better than in the store.
[shoves more berries in his mouth]
Mickey Muldoon: Come away with me.
Princess Jessica: I can't!
Mickey Muldoon: We can do anything!
Jericho O'Grady: [sees his brother bound by a pair of Fairies outside the bar he was gaurding] Aw, Barney!
Barney O'Grady: Don't worry, lads. I've got them where I want them.
Count Grogan: [flies in] Ah, Maldoon. What a coincidence finding you here.
Mickey Muldoon: I don't want any trouble, Grogan. Let Barney go.
Count Grogan: You might not *want* trouble, but that's what you've got.
[Mickey flips over him but he follows suit to stand in front of him again]
Count Grogan: You don't get away that easy.
Mickey Muldoon: I'm not fighting.
Count Grogan: Oh, you'll fight. Or your young friend here has done his last spell of gaurding.
Sean Devine: Is that a fact? Well, I'm happy to oblige you.
Jericho O'Grady: And so am I.
Count Grogan: My fight is with Maldoon here.
Sean Devine: Ah, well. As much as it grieves me to watch another Leprechaun have all the fun.
[handing him a spear]
Sean Devine: Go for it, Mickey me boy. Little Maurice here is begging for it.
Count Grogan: DON'T call me Maurice!
Sean Devine: Oh, well then, I won't. Maurice.
Jericho O'Grady: [laughing] And niether will I - Maurice!
Barney O'Grady: Maurice, Maurice, Maurice!
Sean Devine: Give him a taste of Leprechaun justice, Mickey me lad.
Mickey Muldoon: I'm not fighting, Seanie.
Mickey Muldoon: Let him go.
[he tries to walk off but Sean stops him]
Sean Devine: That girl has unmanned you.
Count Grogan: He's a yellow-belly. He was coward's legs, like all Leprechauns.
Sean Devine: That's it. Enough's enough. No more Mr. Nice Leprechaun. Oh, I'll show you coward's legs. *And* arms.
Mickey Muldoon: Don't do it; it's what he wants!
Sean Devine: Well, there's the thing. It's what I want, too!
[he draws his spear and Grogan's appears in his hand]
Barney O'Grady: If you need any help, Sean, I'm right here for ya.
Sean Devine: Good man.
Mickey Muldoon: It's Count Grogan, the first of the fairy fools.
Count Grogan: Muck on, Mickey Muldoon. You and that hairy mistake Sean Devine make a fine raggedy-arsed pair. Clear the path. You're the polluting the grass.
Mickey Muldoon: And what if we don't?
Count Grogan: Then I'll have to make you.
Sean Devine: You and which particular thousand Trooping Fairies might that be? I'll flatten you without raising a sweat.
Count Grogan: Oh, we're all trembling before Sean Devine... a powerful man with a powerful set of eyebrows.
Jericho O'Grady: Oh, dear, oh, dear.