A.C.H.Smith. The Labyrinth: Диалоги из фильма

It's only forever
Not long at all
Lost and lonely
No one can blame you
For walking away
But too much rejection, uh-huh
No love injection, no
Life can be easy
It's not always swell
Don't tell me truth hurts, little girl
'Cause it hurts like hell
But down in the underground
You'll find someone true
Down in the underground
A land serene
A crystal moon
It's only forever
It's not long at all
Lost and lonely
That's underground

Sarah: Give me the child. Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child that you have stolen, for my will is as strong as yours, and my kingdom is as great.


For my will is as strong as yours. My kingdom is great. Damn. Oh, I can never remember that line. "You have no power over me."

[thunder, dog barks]

Merlin: Ruff!
Sarah: Oh, Merlin.

[clock chimes]

Sarah: Oh, no, Merlin! I don't believe it! It's 7:00! Come on! Come on!

No one can blame you
For walking away
But too much rejection, uh-huh
No love injection, no, no
Life can be easy
It's not always swell
Don't tell me truth hurts, little girl
'Cause it hurts like hell
it hurts like hell
it hurts like hell
it hurts like hell

Sarah: Oh, it's not fair!
Mother: Oh, really! Don't stand there in the rain!
Sarah: All right. Come on, Merlin.
Mother: Not the dog!
Sarah: But it's pouring!
Mother: Go on. Into the garage.
Sarah: Oh! Go on, Merlin. Go into the garage, go! Uh!
Mother: Sarah, You're an hour late.
Sarah: I said I'm sorry.
Mother: Your father and I go out very rarely.
Sarah: You go out every weekend!
Mother: I ask you to baby-sit only if it won't inerfere with your plans.
Sarah: You don't even ask what my plans are.
Mother: I assume you'd tell me if you had a date. You should have dates at your age.
Father: We were worried about you.
Sarah: I can't do anything right!
Mother: She treats me like a wicked stepmother.
Father: I'll talk to her.

[baby cries, music box playing]

Sarah: Through dangers untold... and hardships unnumbered... I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City... to take back the child that you have stolen.

[knock on door]

Father: Sarah? Could I talk to you?
Sarah: There's nothing to talk about! You better hurry. You'll be late.
Father: We've fed Toby and put him to bed. We'll be back around midnight.
Sarah: You really wanted to talk to me, didn't you? Practically broke down the door! Lancelot! Someone has been in my room again! I hate that! I hate it!

[baby cries]

Sarah: I hate you! I hate you! Someone save me. Someone take me away from this awful place!


Toby: Waa!
Sarah: What do you want? Do you want a story? Huh? Ok. Once upon a time, there was a beautiful young girl whose stepmother always made her stay home with the baby. The baby was a spoiled child. He wanted everything for himself, and the girl was practically a slave. But what no one knew was that the Goblin King fell in love with her and gave her certain powers. So one night, when the baby had been particularly cruel to her, she asked the goblins for help.


Goblin: Listen!
Sarah: "Say your right words," the goblins said, "and we'll take the baby to the Goblin City, and you will be free."
Goblins: Ah!
Sarah: But the girl knew the King of the Goblins would keep the baby in his castle forever and ever and turn it into a goblin, so she suffered in silence untill one night when she was tired from doing housework and hurt by the harsh words of her stepmother and she could no longer stand it.
Toby: Waa!
Sarah: Oh, all right! All right! Knock it off. Come on. Stop it! Stop it! I'll say the words! No, I mustn't. I mustn't say...
Goblins: Uh!
Sarah: I wish... I wish!
Goblin 1: She's going to say it!
Goblin 2: Say what?
Goblin 3: Shut up!
Goblins: You shut up!
Goblin: Listen! She's going to say the words.
Sarah: I can bear it no longer! Goblin King! Goblin King! Wherever you may be, take this child of mine far away from me!
Goblin 1: That's not it!
Goblin 2: Where'd she learn that rubbish?
Goblin 3: It doesn't even start with "I wish"!
Sarah: Oh, Toby, stop it! I wish I did know what to say to make the goblins take you away.
Goblin: "I wish the goblins would come take you away right now!"
Sarah: I wish... I wish...
Goblin: Did she say it?
Goblins: Shut up! Shut up!
Toby: Waa! Waa! Waa! Waa!
Sarah: I wish the goblins would come take you away... right now.

[crying stops]

Sarah: Toby? Toby, are you all right? Why aren't you crying?
Goblin: Hee hee ha!
Sarah: Uh!
Goblin: Ho hee ha!
Sarah: Uh! Uh!
Goblins: Ha ha ha! Hee hee hee! Hee ha! Hee hee hee! Hee hee hee!
Sarah: Uh! Uh! Uh!


Sarah: You're him, aren't you? You're the Goblin King. I want my brother back, if it's all the same.
Jareth: What's said is said.
Sarah: I didn't mean it.
Jareth: Oh, you didn't?
Sarah: Please, where is he?
Jareth: You know very well where he is.
Sarah: Please, bring him back. Please...
Jareth: Sarah... Go back to your room. Play with your toys and your costumes. Forget about the baby.
Sarah: I can't.
Jareth: I've brought you a gift.
Sarah: What is it?
Jareth: It's a crystal, nothing more, but if you turn it this way and look into it, it will show you your dreams. But this isn't a gift for an ordinary girl who takes care of a screaming baby. Do you want it? Then forget the baby.
Sarah: I can't. I appreciate what you're offering, but I want my brother back. He must be scared.
Jareth: Sarah! Don't defy me.
Sarah: Ah! Ah!
Goblins: Arrgh! Hee hee! Ha ha! Ha ha!
Jareth: You're no match for me.
Sarah: I need my brother back.
Jareth: He's there in my castle. Do you still want to look for him?
Sarah: Is that the castle beyond the Goblin City?
Jareth: Turn back, Sarah. Turn back before it's too late.
Sarah: I can't. Don't you understand that I can't?
Jareth: What a pity.
Sarah: It doesn't look that far.
Jareth: It's further than you think. Time is short. You have 13 hours in which to solve the Labyrinth before your baby brother becomes one of us... Forever. Such a pity.


Sarah: The Labyrinth. It doesn't look that hard. Well... Come on, feet.

[trickling sound]

Hoggle: Da dee dee
Sarah: Excuse me?
Hoggle: Oh, excuse me! Oh, it's you.
Sarah: Can you help me get through this Labyrinth?
Hoggle: Hmm!
Sarah: Oh, how sweet!
Hoggle: 57!
Sarah: How could you?
Hoggle: Ugh!
Sarah: Poor thing. You monster! Ow! It bit me!
Hoggle: What did you expect fairies to do?
Sarah: I thought they did nice things like granting wishes.
Hoggle: Shows what you know, don't it? 58!
Sarah: You're horrible!
Hoggle: No, I ain't. I'm Hoggle. Who are you?
Sarah: Sarah.
Hoggle: That's what I thought. 59!
Sarah: Do you know where the door to the Labyrinth is?
Hoggle: Maybe.
Sarah: Well, where is it?
Hoggle: Oh, you little... 60!
Sarah: I said where is it?
Hoggle: Where is what?
Sarah: The door!
Hoggle: What door?
Sarah: It's hopeless.
Hoggle: Not if you ask the right questions.
Sarah: How do I get into the Labyrinth?
Hoggle: Ah! Now, that's more like it. You gets in there. You really going in there, are you?
Sarah: Yes. I'm afraid I have to.
Hoggle: Cozy, isn't it? Ho ha ha! Ha ha ha ha! Now, would you go left or right?
Sarah: They both look the same.
Hoggle: You're not going to get very far.
Sarah: How would you go?
Hoggle: Me? I wouldn't go either way.
Sarah: If that's all you'll say, you can leave.
Hoggle: You know your problem? You take too much for granted. Take this Labyrinth. Even if you reach the center, you'll never get out again.
Sarah: That's your opinion.
Hoggle: It's much better than yours.
Sarah: Thanks for nothing, Hogwart.
Hoggle: Oh! It's Hoggle! And don't say I didn't warn you. yeah!



Lichen: Oh! Oh! Who's she?
Sarah: What do they mean, "Labyrinth"? There aren't any turns or corners or anything. This just goes on and on. Maybe it doesn't. Maybe I'm just taking it for granted that it does. Oh! Ah! Aah! Uh! Oh.
Worm: 'Allo.
Sarah: Did you say hello?
Worm: No, I said 'allo, but that's close enough.
Sarah: You're a worm, aren't you?
Worm: Yeah, that's right.
Sarah: Do you know the way through this Labyrinth?
Worm: No. I'm just a worm.
Sarah: Oh.
Worm: Come and meet the missus.
Sarah: No, thank you, but I have to solve this Labyrinth. There aren't any turns or openings. It just goes on and on!
Worm: It's full of openings. Just you ain't seein' them.
Sarah: Where are they?
Worm: There's one right on front of you.
Sarah: No, there isn't.
Worm: Come inside and have some tea.
Sarah: But there isn't an opening.
Worm: Of course there is. Try walkin' through it. You'll see what I mean.
Sarah: What?
Worm: Go on, then.
Sarah: That's just wall. There's no way through.
Worm: Things aren't always what they seem, so you can't take anything for granted.
Sarah: Hey!
Worm: Hey! Hang on!
Sarah: Thank you. That was incredibly helpful.
Worm: But don't go that way!
Sarah: What was that?
Worm: Don't go that way. Never go that way.
Sarah: Oh. Thanks.
Worm: If she had kept on going down that way, she'd have gone straight to that castle.

[baby crying]

Sarah: Toby. I'm coming, Toby.


[baby crying]

Toby: Waaa!
Goblin 1: Get off me!
Goblin 2: Get out of the way!
Goblin 3: What are you talking about?
Goblin 4: Walk, walk, walk!
Goblin 5: What's the matter?


Goblins:Ha Ha Ha!

Jareth: You remind me of the babe...
Goblin: What babe?
Jareth: The babe with the power...
Goblin: What power?
Jareth: The power of voodoo...
Goblin: Who do?
Jareth: You do...
Goblin: Do what?
Jareth: Remind me of the babe.

Goblins: Ha Ha Ha!
Jareth: Quiet!

Jareth: A goblin babe...

Jareth: Ha Ha Ha Ha!.. Well?
Goblins: Ha Ha Ha Ha!

Jareth: I saw my baby
Crying hard as babe could cry
What could I do?
My baby's love had gone
And left my baby blue
Nobody knew
What kind of magic spell to use

Goblin: Slime and snails
Or puppy dog's tails
Thunder of lightning

Jareth: And baby said:

Toby: Ga Ga.

Jareth: Dance, magic dance
Put that baby spell on me

Goblins: Eeeyoo!

Jareth: Jump, magic jump
Put that magic jump on me

Goblins: Slap that baby
Make him free!

Goblin 1: Hey, what goes on pasta vazoo? Is a-writing on the fragging walk-walk!
Goblin 2: Your mother is a fraggin' aardvark!
Jareth: In 9 hours and 23 minutes, you'll be mine.
Goblins: Ha Ha Ha!

Jareth: I saw my baby
Trying hard as babe could try
What could I do?
My baby's fun had gone
And left my baby blue
Nobody knew
What kind of magic spell to use

Goblin: Slime and snails
Puppy dog's tails
Thunder of lightning

Jareth: Then baby said:

Toby: Yeeah.

Jareth: Dance, magic dance
Put that baby spell on me

Goblin: Heeehaa! Bluuuuuu!

Jareth: Jump, magic jump
Put that magic jump on me

Goblins: Slap that baby
Make him free!

Jareth: Dance, magic dance
Jump, magic jump
Put that baby spell on me


Goblin 1: You got it?
Goblin 2: I got it.
Goblin 1: Good.
Goblin 2: Shh!

Sarah: Oh, no. Someone has been changing my marks. What a horrible place! It's not fair!
Jim: That's right. It's not fair.
Guards: Ha ha ha ha
Jim: That's only half of it.
Sarah: This was a dead end a minute ago.
Tim: No, that's the dead end behind you.
Guards: Ha ha ha! Ha ha ha!
Sarah: It keeps changing! What am I supposed to do?
Jim: Try one of these doors.
Tim: One of them leads to the castle, and the other one leads to...
Ralph: Ba ba ba bum!
Tim: Certain death!
Guards: Ooh! Ooh!
Sarah: Which one is which?
Jim: We can't tell you.
Sarah: Why not?
Jim: Uh... I, uh... We don't know.
Tim: But they do.
Sarah: Oh. Then I'll ask them.
Alph: Uh... You can only ask one of us.
Ralph: It's in the rules. One of us always tells the truth, and one of us always lies. He always lies.
Alph: I do not! I tell the truth!
Ralph: Oh, what a lie!
Tim: Ha ha ha!
Alph: He's the liar!
Sarah: All right. Answer yes or no. Would he tell me that this door leads to the castle?
Alph: Uh... What do you think? Really? Yes.
Sarah: Then the other door leads to the castle, and this door leads to certain death.
Alph: He could be telling the truth.
Sarah: But then you wouldn't be, so if you said he said yes, the answer is no.
Alph: I could be telling the truth.
Sarah: Then he'd be lying. The answer would still be no.
Alph: Is that right?
Ralph: I don't know. I've never understood it.
Sarah: No, it's right. I've figured it out. I couldn't do it before. I think I'm getting smarter. It's a piece of cake!


Sarah: Aah! Yuck! Help! Stop it! Help!
Hands: What do you mean, "Help"? We are helping. We're helping hands.
Sarah: You're hurting.
Hands: Would you like us to let go?
Sarah: No!
Hands: Well, then, come on. Which way?
Sarah: Which way?
Hands: Up or down?
Sarah: Oh.
Hands: We haven't got all day! Well, it's a big decision. Which way do you want to go, hmm? Yes, which way?
Sarah: Well, since I'm pointed that way, I guess I'll go down.
Hands: She chose down. She chose down?
Sarah: Was that wrong?
Hands: Too late now. Ha ha ha ha!
Sarah: Aah!


Jareth: She's in the oubliette.
Goblins: Ha ha! Ha ha!
Jareth: Shut up! She should have given up by now.
Goblins: She'll never give up.
Jareth: The dwarf will lead her back to the beginning. She'll give up when she realizes she has to start all over again. Ha ha ha! Well, laugh.
Goblins: Ha ha! Ha ha!
Jareth: Ha ha ha!



Sarah: Who's there?
Hoggle: Me. Ya ha ha ha...
Sarah: Oh, it's you.
Hoggle: Oh, yes, well... I knew you were going to get into trouble, so I've come to give you a hand. Oh, you're looking around. I suppose you've noticed there ain't no doors, only the hole. This is an oubliette. Labyrinth's full of them.
Sarah: I didn't know that.
Hoggle: You don't even know what an oubliette is.
Sarah: Do you?
Hoggle: Yes. It's a place you put people to forget about them. What you've got to do is get out of here. I know a short cut out of the Labyrinth.
Sarah: No! I'm not giving up now. I've come too far! No, I'm doing OK.
Hoggle: Of course you are. But it gets a lot worse from here on in.
Sarah: Why are you so concerned about me?
Hoggle: Uh... what? Well, I am, that's all. Nice young girl, terrible oubliette.
Sarah: You like jewelry, don't you?
Hoggle: Why?
Sarah: If you help me solve the Labyrinth, I'll give you this. You like it, don't you?
Hoggle: Uh... so-so.
Sarah: Oh. OK.
Hoggle: You give me the bracelet, and I'll show you the way out of the Labyrinth.
Sarah: You were going to do that anyway.
Hoggle: Well, that's what would make it a particularly nice gesture.
Sarah: Take me as far as you can, and then I'll do it on my own.
Hoggle: What is that, anyway?
Sarah: Plastic.
Hoggle: Oohhh. I don't promise nothing, but I'll take you as far as I can. Then you're on your own, right?
Sarah: Right.
Hoggle: Right.
Hoggle: Cor! Plastic. Here we go. Ah. Da dum! Oh! Damn! Broom closet. Well, can't be right all the time. Ah! This is it. Come on, then. Ooh. Ha ha ha! Ah. Ah. This way.


Rockface: Don't go on. Go back while you still can. This is not the way. Take heed, and go no further. Beware! Beware! Soon it will be too late.
Hoggle: Ignore them. They're just false alarms. You get them in the Labyrinth, especially when you're on the right track.
Rockface: Oh, no, you're not.
Hoggle: Oh, shut up!
Rockface: Sorry. Just doing my job. Beware, for the...
Hoggle: Just forget it.
Rockface: Oh, please, I haven't sait it for such a long time.
Hoggle: Oh, all right. Don't expect a big reaction.
Rockface: No, no, no. Of course not.

[clears throat]

Rockface: For the path you take will lead to certain destruction! Thank you very much.
Sarah: Uh-oh.


Jareth: Ah. What have we here?
Hoggle: Ah, nothing.
Jareth: Nothing? Nothing? Nothing? Tra la la!
Hoggle: Your Majesty! What a nice surprise!
Jareth: Hello, Hedgewart.
Sarah: Hogwart.
Hoggle: Hoggle.
Jareth: Hoggle, are you helping this girl?
Hoggle: H-h-helping? In what sense?
Jareth: In the sense of leading her towards the castle.
Hoggle: I was taking her back to the beginning.
Sarah: What?!
Hoggle: I told her I would help her. A little trickery. But actually...
Jareth: What is that plastic thing round your wrist?
Hoggle: Oh. Oh, this! Oh, my goodness, where did this come from?
Jareth: If I thought for one second you were betraying me, I'd be forced to suspend you headfirst in the Bog of Eternal Stench.
Hoggle: No, Your Majesty! Not the Eternal Stench!
Jareth: Oh, yes, Hoggle! And you, Sarah. How are you enjoying my Labyrinth?
Sarah: It's a piece of cake.
Hoggle: Ohh...
Jareth: Really? Then how about upping the spakes?
Sarah: That's not fair!
Jareth: You say that so often. I wonder what your basis for comparison is. The Labyrint's a piece of cake? Let's see you deal with this slice.


Hoggle: Oh, no, the cleaners!
Sarah: What?
Hoggle: Run!
Sarah: Oh! You OK? Come on. Faster! Hoggle!
Hoggle: Oh! The cleaners, the Bog of Stench... You sure got his attention! Ahh! This is what we nee... A ladder. Follow me.
Sarah: I can't trust you. You were taking me back to the beginning.
Hoggle: I wasn't. I told him that to throw him off the scent.
Sarah: How can I believe anything you say?
Hoggle: Let me put is this way. What choice have you got?
Sarah: You're right.
Hoggle: See, you've got to understand my position. I'm a coward, and Jareth scares me.
Sarah: What kind of position is that?
Hoggle: No position. That's my point. You wouldn't be so brave if you'd ever smelt the Bog of Eternal Stench. It's, it's, it's... Aah! Yuh.
Sarah: Is that all it does is smell?
Hoggle: Believe me, that's enough. But the worst thing is, if you put a foot in the Bog of Stench, you'll smell bad the rest of your life. It'll never wash off. Ahh! Here we are, then. You're on your own from now on.
Sarah: What?
Hoggle: That's it. I quit.
Sarah: Wait a minute. Hoggle!
Hoggle: I said I'd take you as far as I could.
Sarah: You little cheat. You nasty cheat!
Hoggle: Now, don't try to embarrass me. I've got no pride.
Sarah: Oh, yeah?
Hoggle: But them's my jewels! Oh, you, give them back! Give them back! Give those back! Oh, give those back to me!
Sarah: Now. There's the castle. Which way sould we try?
Hoggle: Them's my rightful property! It's not fair!
Sarah: No, it isn't. But that's the way it is.


Wiseman: Ohh...
Hoggle: Hmm? Cor!
Sarah: Excuse me, please, but can you help me?
Wiseman: Oh! A young girl!
Hat: Whoo whoo whoo!
Wiseman: And who is this?
Sarah: My friend.
Wiseman: Oh. What can I do for you?
Sarah: I must get to the castle at the center of the Labyrinth. Do you know the way?
Wiseman: Ah.
Hat: Ah.
Wiseman: Eh?
Hat: Eh?
Wiseman: Oh, yes. Huh. You want to get to the castle?
Hat: How's that for brainpower, huh?
Wiseman: Be quiet!
Hat: Aw, nuts.
Wiseman: So, young woman, the way forward is sometimes the way back.
Hat: Aye! Will you listen to this crap!
Wiseman: Will you please be quiet!
Hat: All right.
Wiseman: OK?
Hat: OK.
Wiseman: All right.
Hat: All right. Sorry.
Wiseman: Finished?
Hat: Yes.
Wiseman: Quite often, young lady, it seems like we're not getting anywhere, when, in fact...
Hat: We are.
Wiseman: We are.
Sarah: I'm not getting anywhere at the moment.
Hat: Ha! Join the club!

Hat: I, uh, I think that's your lot. Please leave a contribution in the little box.
Hoggle: Don't you dare! Them's mine. Cor.
Sarah: Well... I guess I can spare this.
Hat: Gracias, señorita.
Hoggle: You didn't have to give him that. He didn't tell you nothing.
Hat: Well, well, then. There go a couple of suckers.


Hat: Ah! It's so stimulating being your hat.


Hoggle: Why did you say I was your friend?
Sarah: Because you are. You're not much of a friend. But you're the only friend I've got.
Hoggle: Cor! Huh!
Sarah: Do you hear something?
Hoggle: Oh.
Sarah: No, that's all right.
Hoggle: Friend. Huh! I like that. I ain't never been no one's friend before.
Ludo: Yeeiaahh!
Hoggle: Oh! Good-bye!
Sarah: Wait a minute! Are you my friend or not?
Hoggle: No! Hoggle ain't no one's friend. He looks after himself, like everyone. Hoggle is Hoggle's friend.
Sarah: Hoggle! You coward!


Ludo: Aaarghh!
Sarah: Well, I'm not afraid. Things aren't always what they seem in this place.
Ludo: Grrr! Yarggh!
Goblins: Try this for size, you big yeti! We got you now, fuzzball! Ha ha ha!
Ludo: Grrr! Raghh!
Goblins: Heehoo yah! Nippy, nippy, nip, nip!
Ludo: Grrr!


Sarah: If I only had something to throw...
Ludo: Eeooww!
Goblins: Ha ha ha! Bite him on the teriyaki! Saki to him! Saki to him! Ha ha ha!


Goblin 1: Oh! What happened?
Goblin 2: Who turned out the lights? I can't see. Aah!
Goblin 3: Hey, why'd you bite me?
Goblin 1: Who bite who?
Goblin 2: Why'd you bite me?
Goblin 3: I can't see! I can't see!


Goblins: We're under attack! Retreat! All right, who bit me? Oh, my aching sushi! Yii!
Ludo: Yarrgh! Yarrgh! Yarrgh!
Sarah: Now, stop that.
Ludo: Yarrgh. Hmm?
Sarah: That's no way to treat someone who's helping you.
Ludo: Hhrrr...
Sarah: Don't you want me to help you down?
Ludo: Ludo... Down.
Sarah: Ludo? Is that your name?
Ludo: Ludo.
Sarah: Oh, you seem like such a nice beast. Well, I certainly hope you are what you seem to be.
Ludo: Ah. Ah!
Sarah: Just hang on. I'll get you down. Just a second. Uh! Oh, I'm sorry! Oh! Ludo, are you hurt?
Ludo: Oh. Oh... Ah. Ah. Huh. Oh. Friend?
Sarah: That's right, Ludo. I'm Sarah.
Ludo: Hhrrh. Sarah. Ah! Ooh.
Sarah: Oh, here, let me help you. You OK?
Ludo: Ah. Whuah! Huh. Huh. Sarah. Sarah friend. Yeah!
Sarah: Now, wait. Just a second. I want to ask you something, Ludo.
Ludo: Huh? What?
Sarah: Do you know the way to the castle at the center of the Labyrinth?
Ludo: Hmm. Ah... Uh! No.
Sarah: You don't know, either? I wonder if anyone knows how to get through this Labyrinth.


Hoggle: Get through the Labyrinth? Get through the Labyrinth? One thing's for sure, she'll never get through the Labyrinth. Ah. Cor.


Sarah: Hey.
Ludo: Hmm?
Sarah: Where did they come from?
Ludo: Hmm?
Sarah: What do you think, Ludo? Which should we choose out of these two ugly characters?
Ludo: Mmm...
Knocker 1: It's very rude to stare!
Sarah: Og! I was just wondering which door to choose.
Knocker 2: Hs df asa pst.
Knocker 1: Don't talk with your mouth full!
Knocker 2: I'm nt tlkg wth my mth fll!
Sarah: I can't understand you.
Knocker 1: What were you saying?
Knocker 2: Ah! Oh! Oh! It is so good to get that thing out!
Sarah: What were you saying?
Knocker 2: It's no good talking to him. He's deaf as a post.
Knocker 1: Mumble, mumble. You're a wonderful conversational companion.
Knocker 2: All you do is moan.
Knocker 1: No good. Can't hear you.
Sarah: Where do these doors lead?
Knocker 1: What?
Knocker 2: Search me. We're just the knockers.
Sarah: Oh.
Ludo: Rrr.
Sarah: How do I get through?
Knocker 1: Huh?
Knocker 2: Knock, and the door will open.
Sarah: Oh.
Ludo: Huh?
Sarah: Ludo.
Ludo: Huh. Huh. Ah!
Knocker 2: I don't want that back in my mouth.
Sarah: I want to knock.
Knocker 1: Doesn't want his ring back in his mouth, eh? Can't say I blame him.
Knocker 2: Umph! Mmm! Mmm! Mhhh! Mmmhhh... Ah!
Ludo: Yes!


Sarah: Sorry.
Knocker 2: That's all right. I'm used to it.
Sarah: Come on, Ludo.

[door closes]


Ludo: Huh? Ohhh.
Goblin: You see, get the ball in the... Da da da.


Jareth: You're welcome.

[baby crying]

Jareth: He's a lively little chap. I think I'll call him Jareth. He's got my eyes.
Goblins: Ha ha ha! Ha ha ha!


Ludo: Ohh... Ludo scared.
Sarah: Oh, give me your hand. Come on. Imagine a big thing like you being scared.
Ludo: Yeah.
Sarah: See, Ludo, there's nothing to be afraid of.
Ludo: Oh!
Sarah: Ludo? Ludo? Ludo? Ludo, where are you? Ludo!


Hoggle: Blah!
Sarah: Hoggle, help!
Hoggle: I'm coming, Sarah.
Jareth: Well, if it isn't you. And where are you going?
Hoggle: Uh, well, the little lady gave me the slip, but I hears her now, so I was about to lead her back to the beginning like you told me.
Jareth: I see. For one moment, I thought you were running to help her. But, uh, no, not after my warnings. That would be stupid.
Hoggle: You bet it would! Me? Help her? After your warnings? Ha ha ha!
Jareth: Oh, dear. Poor Hoghead.
Hoggle: Hoggle.
Jareth: I've just noticed your lovely jewels are missing.
Hoggle: Uh, oh, yes! So they are. My lovely jewels, missing.
Sarah: Ludo!
Hoggle: I'd better find them. First, I'm off to take the lady to the beginning of the Labyrinth.
Jareth: Wait! I've got a much better plan. Give her this.
Hoggle: W-what is it?
Jareth: It's a present.
Hoggle: Will it hurt her?
Jareth: Now, why the concern?
Hoggle: I won't harm her.
Jareth: Come, Hogbrain! I'm surprised at you, losing your head over a girl.
Hoggle: I ain't lost my head.
Jareth: You don't think a young girl could like a repulsive little scab like you, do you?
Hoggle: Well, she said we was...
Jareth: What? Bosom companions? Friends?
Hoggle: Ahh. Don't matter.
Jareth: You'll give her that, Hoggle, or I'll tip you straight into the Bog of Eternal Stench!
Hoggle: Yes. Right.
Jareth: And, Hoggle, if she ever kisses you, I'll turn you into a prince.
Hoggle: Y-you will?
Jareth: Prince of the land of stench! Ha ha ha!


Sarah: Ludo? Ludo?

[tap tap tap]

Sarah: What's going on?
Fireys: Yah! Ha ha ha! Yahoo!
Sarah: What do you want?
Fireys: Aha! We're out to have a good time. That's right! Yeah! Whoo!

Don't have no problems
No problems
Ain't got no suitcase
No suitcase
Ain't got no clothes to worry about
Ain't got no real estate
Or jewelry or gold mines to hang me up
I just throw in my hand
Throw in his hand
With the chilliest bunch in the land
They don't look much
But they're sure chilly chilly
They're positively glow glow, huh!
Chilly down with the wild gang
Think small with the wild gang
Bad hep with the wild gang
Don't lose your head
When your thing gets wild
Chilly down, chilly down with the wild gang
Hey, I'm a wild child!
Walk tall with the wild gang
Whoo! Walk tall!
Good times, bad food
Bleh! Blub blub blub blub!
When your thing gets wild, chilly down, chilly down

Fireys: Yeah! Roll 'em! Snake eyes! Ha ha ha! Ah!


Fireys: All right! Whoo! Whoo! Oooh! Ooh! Grrr! Whoo! Yeah! Ooh! Fore! Ha ha ha!

So when things get too rough
Your skin is dragging on the ground
And even down looks up
Down look up
Bad luck
Ha ha ha!
We can show you a good time
Show you a good time
And we don't charge nothin'
Nothin' at all
Just strut your nasty stuff
Wiggle in the middle, yeah
Get the town talking, by god
Chilly down with the wild gang
Think small
Think small with the wild gang
Bad hep!
Bad hep, happy wild gang
Hey, listen up!
When your thing gets wild, chilly down, chilly down
With the wild gang
Shake your pretty little head
Tap your pretty little feet
Good times, bad food

Firey: Come on, come on!
Sarah: Oh! Oh!
Firey: Hey! Her head don't come off!
Sarah: Of course it doesn't!
Firey 1: She's right. It's stuck on. Where you going with a head like that?
Firey 2: I know what we can do.
Firey 1: Take off her head!
Firey 2: Yeah, let's take her apart!
Firey 1: Hey, lady, that's his head!
Firey 2: Hey, that's my head.
Firey 1: That's a friend of mine. What are you doing?
Fireys: Hey! Whoa! Hey, lady! It's against the rules to throw other people's heads. You're only allowed to throw your own head.
Firey 1: That's right!
Firey 2: Where's the referee?
Fireys: Now we take your head off! Stop her, somebody! Come back, little lady. Play the game. Who gets to throw your head? Hey, you can't quit! The game's not over!


Sarah: Leave me alone!
Fireys: We get a free throw. Don't you want us to take your head off?
Sarah: Hoggle!
Fireys: You can look like us!
Sarah: Leave me alone!
Fireys: Take off your head! Get a saw! Let us take off your arm! An ear! Take off your ear! You don't need two ears. The game's almost over.
Hoggle: Shoo! Go away!
Sarah: Hoggle! You've come to help me!
Hoggle: No. Don't kiss me! Don't kiss me!
Sarah: Aah! Aah!
Hoggle: No, no, no, no, no! Aah! Uh!
Sarah: Oh! Hoggle! Hold on!
Hoggle: No! Ooh!
Sarah: Oh, my god!
Hoggle: Blah!



Sarah: Uh! What is it?
Hoggle: The Bog of Eternal Stench. Bleh! Uh!
Sarah: I've never smelt anything like it. It's like... like...

[fart! gag! burp!]

Hoggle: It doesn't matter what it's like. It's the Bog of Eternal Stench. Help!
Sarah: Uh! Hold on!


Sarah: Uh!
Hoggle: What did you have to go and do a thing like that for?
Sarah: Do what?


Sarah: You mean rescue you?
Hoggle: What? No! You kissed me.
Sarah: Aah!
Hoggle: Oh, my gosh.
Sarah: Don't pretend to be so hard. I know you came back to help me, and I know you're my friend.
Hoggle: Did not! Am not! I've just come to get me property back. Oh, and, uh... Uh, give you, give you, uh...
Sarah: Give me what?
Hoggle: Oh! Ah!
Sarah: Oh! Hoggle! Aah!
Ludo: Smell.
Sarah: Where's Hoggle?

[muffled shouting]

Hoggle: Get off of me!
Sarah: Oh, here! Hoggle. It's OK. This is Ludo. He's a friend, too.
Hoggle: A what?
Ludo: Smell.
Sarah: Oh, you're right.

[burp! fart!]

Hoggle: Oh, my god! Oh! Uh...


Sarah: There's a bridge. Come on.
Hoggle: Watch it. You step in this stuff, and you'll stink forever.
Didymus: Stop! Stop, I say!
Sarah: We have to get across.
Didymus: Without my permission, no one may cross.
Sarah: I don't have much time.
Hoggle: We've got to get out of this stench.
Ludo: Smell bad!
Didymus: Stench? Of what speaketh thou?
Sarah: The smell.
Didymus: I smell nothing. I live by my sense of smell.


Didymus: The air is sweet and fragrant, and none may pass without my permission!
Ludo: Smell bad!
Hoggle: Oh, get out of my way!
Didymus: I'm sworn to do my duty!
Hoggle: Ooh!
Sarah: Let us get across.
Didymus: Hold! Ooh! I don't want to hurt you!
Sarah: Hoggle, what are you doing?
Didymus: Let go of my staff! Yaah! Ha-ha!
Ludo: Hmm?
Didymus: All right, then. I can conquer this mountain.
Ludo: Grr!
Didymus: Whoa!
Ludo: Aah!
Didymus: Aah! Ha ha! Yah, yah, yah! Thou must do better than that! Give up? Ha ha! Enough! Never have I met my match in battle, yet this noble knight has fought me to a standstill!
Sarah: Are you all right, Ludo?
Ludo: Smell.
Didymus: Sir Ludo, I, sir Didymus, yield to thee. Come, let us be brothers henceforth and fight for the right as one! Thank you very much.
Ludo: Ludo get brother.
Didymus: Well met, sir Ludo.
Sarah: Good. Come on.
Didymus: You forget my sacred vow, my lady. I cannot let you pass.
Sarah: But Ludo is your brother.
Didymus: I must defend my oath to the death.
Ludo: The smell!
Sarah: Let's handle this logically. What exactly have you sworn?
Didymus: I have sworn with my lifeblood no one shall pass without my permission.
Sarah: Well... May we have your permission?
Didymus: Well, I, uh... uh...
Ludo: No.
Didymus: Yes.
Sarah: Thank you.
Didymus: My lady.
Sarah: Uh-oh.
Didymus: Have no fear. This bridge has lasted for 1.000 years.
Sarah: No!
Didymus: It seemed solid enough.
Sarah: Hoggle!
Didymus: Fair maiden, I will save thee... somehow.
Ludo: Whoo!
Didymus: Canst thou sit and howl when yon maiden needs our help?
Ludo: Whoo! Whoo! Whoo!
Sarah: That's incredible, Ludo.
Didymus: Canst thou summon up the very rocks?
Ludo: Sure. Rocks friends.
Hoggle: Yuck.
Sarah: Hoggle.
Hoggle: My dear!
Sarah: Thanks, Hoggle.

[fart! faaart!]

Didymus: Sir Ludo, wait for me! Oh, Ambrosious! It's all right, Ambrosious. You can come out now. Come on. That-a boy. My loyal steed. Steady. Up! Forward. Ah, steady! Steady, boy. Come on, Ambrosious. Just close your eyes and go.

[fart! fart! fart!]

Sarah: Let's get out of here.
Didymus: Excuse us. Thank you.

[Jareth: I wouldn't do that if I were you.]

Hoggle: I can't give it to her.
Didymus: Well, come on, then. We should reach the castle well before day.


Jareth: Look, Sarah. Is this what you're trying to find? So much trouble over such a little thing, but not for long. She'll soon forget all about you, my fine fellow, just as soon as Hoggle gives her my present. Then she'll forget everything.



Didymus: Is that my stomach or yours, Ambrosious?
Ludo: Hungry.
Sarah: Yeah. Well, we can't stop now. Maybe we can find some berries.
Hoggle: Uh, Sarah.
Sarah: Yeah? Here. Hoggle! Oh, thank you. You're a lifesaver! This tastes strange.
Hoggle: Oh!
Sarah: Hoggle, what have you done?
Hoggle: Oh, damn you, Jareth! And damn me, too!
Sarah: Everything's dancing.
Didymus: Yeah, verily! Whoa, Ambrosious! Whoa! The castle doth lie yonder, my lady. My lady?
Dancers: Ha ha ha!

There's such a sad love
Deep in your eyes
A kind of pale jewel
Opened and closed within your eyes
I'll place the sky
Withing your eyes
There's such a fooled heart
Beating so fast
In search of new dreams
A love that will last
Within your heart
I'll place the moon
Within your heart
As the pain sweeps through
Makes no sense for you
Every thrill has gone
Wasn't too much fun at all
But I'll be there for you
As the world falls down
It's falling
It's falling down
Falling in love
I'll paint you mornings of gold
I'll spin you valentine evenings
Though we're strangers till now
We're choosing a path
Between the stars
I'll lay my love
Between the stars
As the pain sweeps through
Makes no sense for you
Every thrill has gone
Wasn't too much fun at all
But I'll be there for you
As the world falls down
It's falling
As the world falls down
It's falling
Falling in love
It's falling

Hoggle: Oh, she'll never forgive me. What have I done? I've lost my only friend, that's what I've done. Oh!


Sarah: What was I doing? Ooh!
Junklady: Ow! Get off my back! Why don't you look where you're going, young woman, hmm?
Sarah: I was looking.
Junklady: Huh? Where were you going?
Sarah: I don't remember.
Junklady: You can't look where you're going if you don't know where you're going.
Sarah: I was searching for something.
Junklady: Well, look here! Hmm?
Sarah: Lancelot? Thank you.
Junklady: That's what you were looking for, wasn't it, my dear?
Sarah: Yes, I forgot.
Junklady: Now, why don't you come in here and see if there's anything else you like, hmm? Ha ha ha!
Sarah: Oh! Ah. Oh! It was just a dream. I dreamed it all, Lancelot. But it was so real. Let's go see if daddy's back, OK?
Junklady: Better to stay in here, dear. There's nothing you want out there. No, oh, no! Oh, what have we got here?
Sarah: Lancelot.
Junklady: Your little bunny rabbit! You like your little bunny rabbit. Yes, yes, yes! Oh, and there's Betsy Boo. Yes, yes, yes! What else have we got? What's this? Let's have a look. It's a pencil box. Got lots of pencils! Here's your panda slippers. You like your panda slippers! You never wanted them thrown away, did you? Now, then, what else? Oh, it's little horsie. You love little horsie, don't you. And look at this! You got a printing game. Here's a treasure. You'll want that, won't you, my dear? Put it on. Make yourself up. And here's dear old flopsie. You'll want her. Oh, yes. Oh, yes. Charlie bear. There's Charlie bear for you, hmm?
Sarah: There was something I was looking for.
Junklady: Ah, don't talk nonsense. Everything in the world you've ever cared about is all right here. Here's your little toy candy shop!
Sarah: "Through dangers untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City to take back the child that you hath stolen."
Junklady: What's the matter, my dear? Don't you like your toys?
Sarah: It's all junk.
Junklady: Huh? Well, what about this? This is not junk. Hmm?
Sarah: Yes, it is! I have to save Toby!


Didymus: My lady! Arf arf! Are you all right?
Ludo: Sarah?
Didymus: My lady!
Ludo: Sarah?
Didymus: Fair maiden, thank goodness, thou art safe at last!
Sarah: Where are we?
Ludo: Sarah back.
Didymus: My lady, look! We're almost there. The gates to the Goblin City.
Sarah: Ludo, sir Didymus. Let's go quickly. We don't have much time.
Didymus: Ambrosious, forward!
Hoggle: Oh, no!
Didymus: Open the door!
Sarah: Shh! Sir Didymus, we must go quietly.
Didymus: Arf arf! Open up! Open up right now!
Sarah: You'll wake the guard. Quiet!
Didymus: Well, let them all wake up!
Sarah: Shh!
Didymus: I shall fight you all to the death! Arf arf arf!
Sarah: Please, sir Didymus, for my sake, hush!
Didymus: But of course. For thee, anything. I'm not a coward?
Sarah: No.
Didymus: Then I shall fight anyone, anywhere, anyplace, anytime!
Sarah: We all know. Now hush. Now quietly.
Didymus: Ambrosious, be quiet now. I don't see why we have to be so quiet? It's only a Goblin City.
Sarah: I smell trouble.


Ludo: Grr!
Sarah: Come on, Ludo. Oh, no!
Ludo: Grr!
Sarah: What is that?
Humongous: Who goes?
Didymus: Arf arf arf!
Humongous: Who goes?
Didymus: Arf arf arf!
Ludo: Grr!
Humongous: Who goes?
Didymus: Arf arf arf!
Sarah: Watch out!
Ambrosious: Neigh!
Didymus: Ambrosious! Arf arf!
Sarah: Duck!
Didymus: Will you come here! Ambrosious, come here right now! Please, come. You're embarrassing me.
Sarah: Oh, Ludo! Hoggle!
Ludo: Huh?
Hoggle: Yah!
Goblin: Aah!
Hoggle: Look out! Get out of there! Bombs away!
Goblin: Blaah! That wasn't very nice.
Ludo: Grr!
Goblin: Aah!
Hoggle: My turn now! How do you drive this?
Sarah: Drop the ax!
Hoggle: I'm trying!
Didymus: Come here at once.


Hoggle: Oh, where's reverse? Aah!
Sarah: Get out of there, Hoggle!
Hoggle: Abandon ship! Yah!
Sarah: Hoggle! Oh, Hoggle, are you all right?
Hoggle: I'm not asking to be forgiven. I ain't ashamed of myself. Jareht made me give you that peach. I don't care what you think. I told you I was a coward. I ain't interested in being friends.
Sarah: I forgive you, Hoggle.
Hoggle: You... You do?
Didymus: And I commend you. Rarely have I seen such courage. You are valiant, sir Hoggle.
Hoggle: Huh... I am?
Ludo: Uuuh. Hoggle and Ludo friends.
Hoggle: We are?
Sarah: Here are your things, Hoggle. Thanks for your help.
Hoggle: Well, what are we waiting for? Let's get that rat who calls himself Jareth.
Sarah: Right!
Didymus: Ambrosious, it's safe now. Nothing to be afraid of.
Hoggle: Argh! Ah!
Cat: Meow, meow.
Hoggle: Ah.


Goblin: Your Highness! Your Highness! Your Highness, the girl! The girl who ate the peach and forgot everything!
Jareth: What of her?
Goblin: She, the monster, sir Didymus, and the dwarf are on the way to the castle!
Jareth: Stop her! Call out the guards. Hide the baby.
Goblins: Guards!
Jareth: She must be stopped! Do something! Come on, move! Move!


Sarah: I think we're going to make it!
Hoggle: Oh, piece of cake!
Goblin 1: Company, halt!
Goblin 2: Lancers, ready!
Goblin 3: Cannon, fire!
Goblins: Charge! Charge! Charge!
Sarah: Oh! Run!
Didymus: Ambrosius, turn about!
Sarah: Quick! This way!
Didymus: Charge! No, not that way! You're going the wrong way! The battle's behind us! Ambrosius, can we please talk about this? Sit!
Sarah: Careful. OK. Through here. OK, come on, guys.
Didymus: Ambrosius, turn around this second, or I will never feed you again!


Didymus: That's better.
Ambrosious: Arrg!
Didymus: Don't worry. I think we've got them surrounded.
Sarah: Didymus! Where's Didymus?
Goblin: Fire! I hit something, yes? No?
Sarah: We've got to find Didymus. Down this way.
Goblin: Whoa.
Didymus: Grrrr! Rrrrr! Charge! Ha ha ha! Tallyho! Aah! Ah! Ah! Uh! Ambrosious, you coward! Oh! Ah! Ah! Ambrosious!
Sarah: Ooh! Quick, in here!
Hoggle: Ooh, how's Ludo going to get in?
Ludo: Yrrurh! Nnh!
Goblin: You in there, you're surrounded!
Ludo: Huh? Surrounded?
Sarah: Get out! Ludo, call the rocks!
Ludo: Huh?
Goblin: Aaah!
Ludo: Whoo!
Goblin: Take that!
Sarah: Ah! Hungry? Great! Ludo!
Didymus: Ambrosious, unlock this door! Huh! So, had enough, have you? All right, then, throw down your weapons, and I'll see that you're well-treated.
Sarah: Yah! Ludo!
Ludo: Whoo!
Didymus: Next time surrender.
Ludo: Whoo!
Goblin: Oh! Yoh, yoh! Aah! Good grief! Steady, men! Steady, men! Hold your ground! OK, I take it back! Run for your lives! I've had enough! I'm going to bed! Get out of my house!
Hoggle: Let's go!
Goblin: Aah!
Sarah: Whoa, Nellie! Duck!
Hoggle: Ha ha! Missed!
Sarah: OK, come on!
Goblin: Fire! Ugh! Hey, I just fired you!
Sarah: This way.
Goblin: Now we have you!
Hoggle: And now you don't!


Goblin: Hey, no problem.
Sarah: Sir Didymus!
Didymus: Coming! Hi-ho, silver!
Sarah: Uh!
Ludo: Nnnnh!
Didymus: Whoa, boy! Whoa, big fella!
Sarah: This way.
Didymus: Whoa! Steady, boy! Ah, yes. Up you go! Up, up! Come on. Come on.
Sarah: No! He must have gone that way.
Hoggle: Well, then, come on!
Sarah: I must face him alone.
Didymus: Why?
Hoggle: Yes.
Sarah: That's the way it's done.
Didymus: If that's the way it's done, then that's the way you must do it. But should you need us...
Ludo: Uhrr.
Hoggle: Should you need us...
Sarah: I'll call. Thank you, all of you.

How you've turned my world
You precious thing
You starve and near exhaust me
Everything I've done, I've done for you
I move the stars for no one
You've run so long
You've run so far
Your eyes can be so cruel
Just as I can be so cruel
Though I do believe in you

Sarah: Toby!

Yes, I do
Live without your sunlight
Love without your heartbeat
I... I can't live within you

Sarah: Toby! Toby! Toby!

Sarah: Give me the child.
Jareth: Sarah, beware. I have been generous up untill now, but I can be cruel.
Sarah: Generous! What have you done that's generous?
Jareth: Everything! Everything that you wanted I have done. You asked that the child be taken. I took him. You cowered before me. I was frightening. I have reordered time. I have turned the world upside-down, and I have done it all for you! I am exhaused from living up to your expectations of me. Isn't that generous?
Sarah: Through danders untold and hardships unnumbered, I have fought my way here to the castle beyond the Goblin City, for my will is as strong as yours. And my...
Jareth: Stop! Wait! Look, Sarah. Look what I'm offering you... your dreams.
Sarah: ...And kingdom is great...
Jareth: I ask for so little. Just let me rule you, and you can have everything that you want.
Sarah: ...Kingdom is great... Damn! I can never remember that line.
Jareth: Just fear me, love me, do as I say, and I will be your slave.
Sarah: ...My kingdom is great... My kingdom is great... You have no power over me!

[clock chimes]


Sarah: Toby. Toby! Toby? Here you are. I'd like Lancelot to belong to you now.


[door opens]

Father: We're home. Sarah, are you home?
Sarah: Yeah! Yes, I'm home.
Ludo: Good-bye, Sarah.
Didymus: And remember, fair maiden, should you need us...
Hoggle: Yes, should you need us for any reason at all...
Sarah: I need you, Hoggle.
Hoggle: You... You do?
Sarah: I don't know why, but every now and again in my life, for no reason at all, I need you... all of you.
Hoggle: Oh, you do? Well, why didn't you say so?
Sarah: Yeah! Ludo!
Firey: Ha ha ha ha ha!
Didymus: I say, does anyone want to play scrabble?

Jareth: You remind me of the babe
Goblin: What babe?
Jareth: The babe with the power
Goblin: What power?
Jareth: The power of voodoo
Goblin: Who do?
Jareth: You do
Goblin: Do what?
Jareth: Remind me of the babe

Daddy, daddy, get me out of here
Heard about a place today
Ah ha, I'm underground
Nothin' ever hurts again
Heard about a place today
Daddy, get me out of here
Where nothin' ever hurts again
Wanna go underground
Get me underground
Sister, sister, please take me down

No one can blame you
For walking away
But too much rejection, uh-huh
No love injection, no
Life can be easy
It's not always swell
Don't tell me truth hurts, little girl
'Cause it hurts like hell
Hurts like hell
But down in the underground
You'll find someone true
Down underground
Down in the underground
A land serene
A crystal moon
It's only forever
Not long at all
Lost and lonely
That's underground

Daddy, daddy, get me out of here
Heard about a place today
Ah ha, I'm underground
Nothin' ever hurts again
Heard about a place today
Daddy, get me out of here
Where nothin' ever hurts again
Wanna go underground
Get me underground
Sister, sister, please take me down

It's only... It's only forever
It's not long at all
They're lost and they're lonely
That's underground

Daddy, daddy, get me out of here
Heard about a place today
Ah ha, I'm underground
Nothin' ever hurts again
Heard about a place today
Daddy, get me out of here
Where nothin' ever hurts again
Wanna go underground
Get me underground
Sister, sister, please take me down