Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks: Annie, I love you as if you were my own little girl. I want to adopt you. Would you consider it?
Annie: It's just that I love my real mother and father so much. I don't know if I could love anybody else.
Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks: I understand, but if you could find a place in your heart for me...
Molly: I want my mommy and daddy.
Pepper: Uh, Molly, we ain't got mommies and daddies, and we ain't never gonna have 'em. That's why we're called orphans.
Annie: Leapin' Lizards! Just look at this joint!
[Lily is looking down at her handcuffs and yelling at Rooster]
Lily: Well, it ain't Easy Street, but at least I'm wearing silver!
Kate: Mr. Bundles rolled Annie out with the dirty laundry!
Miss Hannigan: Ok, Missy. I don't ever want you to do this again. So you're going to scrub every inch of this dump with this.
[she's holding a dirty toothbrush]
Miss Hannigan: Glad you're back?
Annie: Yes, Miss. Hannigan.
[tries to take the toothbrush from her]
Miss Hannigan: [pulls back the toothbrush] Liar. What's the one thing I always taught you?
Annie: Never tell a lie.
Miss Hannigan: That's right.
Miss Grace Farrell: Excuse me, I was told I'd find a Miss Hannigan here?
Miss Hannigan: And who might you be?
Miss Grace Farrell: I'm Grace Farrell, the Board of Orphans...
Miss Hannigan: Look, there was some sort of mistake. Somehow, Annie got into the laundry basket. One thing led to another and I had to call the cops. Please don't fire me!
Miss Grace Farrell: I think you have me confused with somebody else.
Miss Hannigan: Oh, I get it. Uh, listen honey, if you're peddling beauty products I don't need any.
Miss Grace Farrell: Miss Hannigan, I don't peddle anything. I'm personal secretary to Mr. Oliver Warbucks.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt: Annie, I have some news for you. Oliver.
[he shakes Oliver's hand]
President Franklin D. Roosevelt: The FBI was able to trace your parents to a David and Margaret Bennett.
Annie: You mean the Bennetts are my real parents? Where are they?
Oliver 'Daddy' Warbucks: Annie, I'm sorry. It seems that they passed away some time ago.
Annie: So, I really am an orphan.
[she walks away and Grace follows her]
Miss Grace Farrell: Annie, are you alright?
[Annie turns around]
Annie: Yeah, I think so. See, I always knew that parents loved me and that they would come back for me someday. If they were alive.
[she has a teardrop in her eye and Grace hugs her]
Annie: I guess you have to look at the bright side. At least I'm not a Mudge.
Miss Hannigan: [to Rooster] Rooster, you're the only con I know who can con a cop.
Kate: Miss Hannigan, may we please have our breakfast now?
Miss Hannigan: No. You may have it later.
Miss Hannigan: Just let me make sure I heard you right Miss Personal Secretary to The Oliver Warbucks. My Annie is going to be adopted by your millionaire?
Miss Grace Farrell: Actually, he's a billionaire.
Miss Hannigan: [sings before she is banished] I'm headed straight for the nut house! With all the nuts and the squirrels! And there I'll stay, tucked away, till the prohibition of... little... GIRLS!
Miss Hannigan: Annie! Annie, tell these people how good I've always been to ya! Huh?
Annie: Miss Hannigan, I would. But the one thing you always taught me was...
Annie: Never tell a lie.
Miss Hannigan: RAT! I'll let you in on a little secret. I neva liked you. Neva! You're nothin' but a rotten gold digger! I've always been so good to ya, and this is what I get? Huh? YOU DROVE ME TO THIS!
[Miss Hannigan screams at the sight of Annie's friends, who have seen through her disguise]
Molly: [having a dream] Mommy!
Miss Hannigan: Now, have I ever spanked any of ya?
Annie: No, but you've threatened, and that's worse.
Miss Hannigan: I hate that kid so much, I could be her mother.