Hamish Quotes in Braveheart (1995)


Hamish Quotes:

  • Guard: Volunteers comin' in!

    Faudron: [kneels] William Wallace, we've come to fight and to die for you.

    William Wallace: Stand up, man, I'm not the Pope.

    Faudron: [smiles and stands] My name is Faudron. My sword is yours. I brought you this.

    [reaches for something, Hamish tries to stop him]

    Guard: We checked 'em for arms.

    Faudron: I brought you this.

    [pulls out a sash]

    Faudron: My wife made it for you.

    William Wallace: Thank you.

    Stephen: [starts laughing] Him? That can't be William Wallace. I'm *prettier* than this man!

    [to the sky]

    Stephen: Alright, Father, I'll ask him.

    [to William]

    Stephen: If I risk my neck for you, will I get a chance to kill Englishmen?

    Hamish: Is your father a ghost, or do you converse with the Almighty?

    Stephen: In order to find his equal, an Irishman is forced to talk to God.

    [to the sky]

    Stephen: Yes, Father!

    [to Hamish]

    Stephen: The Almight says, "Don't change the subject, just answer the fuckin' question."

    Hamish: Mind your tongue.

    Campbell: Insane Irish.

    Stephen: [draws a dagger on Campbell; everyone draws weapons] Smart enough to get a dagger past your guards, old man.

    William Wallace: That's my friend, Irishman. And the answer to your question is "yes". You fight for me, you get to kill the English.

    Stephen: [grins] Excellent!

    [removes his dagger]

    Stephen: Stephen is my name. I the most wanted man on my island, except I'm not on my island, of course. More's the pity.

    Hamish: "Your island"? You mean Ireland?

    Stephen: Yeah. It's mine.

    Hamish: You're a madman.

    Stephen: [nods and starts laughing, then Hamish does as well] I've come to the right place, then.

  • Stephen: Fine speech. Now what do we do?

    William Wallace: Just be yourselves.

    Hamish: Where are you going?

    William Wallace: I'm going to pick a fight.

    Hamish: Well, we didn't get dressed up for nothing.

  • Hamish: Some men are longer than others.

    Campbell: Your mother been telling ya stories about me again, eh?

  • Hamish: Personal escort of the princess.

    William Wallace: Aye.

    Hamish: Musta made an impression.

    William Wallace: Aye.

    Hamish: I didn't think you were in the tent that long.

  • William Wallace: [to a swaying Hamish] You all right? You look a wee bit shaky.

    Hamish: Shoulda remembered the rocks.

    William Wallace: Aye, you shoulda.

    [Hamish collapses; helps Hamish up]

    William Wallace: Get up ya big heap. It's good to see you again.

    Hamish: Aye, welcome home.

    [laughs and hugs William]

    Hamish: Oh, me head.

    William Wallace: Oh, you shoulda moved.

  • William Wallace: [after being outthrown] That's a good throw.

    Hamish: Aye. Aye, it was.

    William Wallace: I was wondering if you could do that when it matters.

    [Hamish stares at him]

    William Wallace: As it - as it matters in battle.

    [Hamish continues staring]

    William Wallace: Could you crush a man with that throw?

    Hamish: I could crush you, like a worm.

    Crowd: Oooohhh!

    William Wallace: You could?

    Hamish: Aye.

    William Wallace: Well, then do it.

    [to the crowd]

    William Wallace: Would you like to see him crush me like a worm?

    [the crowd cheers]

    Murron: Aye!

    William Wallace: [picks up a small stone] Come do it.

    Hamish: You'll move.

    William Wallace: I will not.

    Hamish: Right.

    Campbell: He'll move.

    Morrison: Come on, Hamish!

    Campbell: Come on there, boy!

    [Hamish throws the stone but misses the unflinching Wallace]

    Campbell: [pointing at Wallace] Well done!

    [Wallace throws his stone hitting Hamish's head]

    Hamish: Ah!

    Crowd: Oooh!

    Campbell: Fine display, young Wallace!

  • Hamish: What the hell are the Irish doing fighting with the English?

    Stephen: I wouldn't worry about them. Didn't I tell ya before? It's my island.

    William Wallace: Hamish, ride ahead to Edinburgh and assemble the council. Order it.

    Hamish: Right.

    William Wallace: Your island?

    Stephen: My island! Yup.

  • Campbell: I'm dying. Let me be.

    Hamish: No. You're going to live.

    Campbell: I've lived long enough to live free. Proud to see you become the man you are. I'm a happy man.

  • Hamish: There's somebody coming.

    Campbell: MacGregors from the next clan.

    MacGregor: We heard about what was happenin' and don't want you "Amadans" thinkin' you can have your fun without us.

    William Wallace: Go home. Some of us are in this; can't help that, now. But you can help yourselves. Go home.

    MacGregor: We'll have no homes left when the English garrison from the castle comes through and burns us out. And they will!

    [Wallace motions for the MacGregors to join them]

  • Hamish: Your dream isn't about freedom. It's about Murron! You're doing this to be a hero, 'cause ya think she sees ye!

    William Wallace: I don't think she sees me. I *know* she does. And your father sees you, too.

    [Hamish punches him, knocks him down, and stalks off]

    Stephen: [to the sky as he goes to help William up] Jesus.

  • Hamish: [about Wallace going to Edinburgh] What about the others? Nest o' schemin' bastards; they couldn't agree on the colour o' shite.

  • William Wallace: [after Hamish drops a boulder at Wallace's feet] You dropped your rock.

    Hamish: Test of manhood.

    William Wallace: You win.

    Hamish: Call it a test of soldiery then. The English won't let us train with weapons, so we train with stones.

  • Ruby Vale: I was thinking, I could work for the Flying Doctors Service.

    Hamish: No, they saw you doing barrel rolls, Anzac day.

  • Hamish: Old bush rule, Ruby: "Don't jeopardise your life for a dog".

    Ruby Vale: It was Lance. And you call yourself a vet.

  • Detective Phil Barbara: How do you spell that - Chep?

    Hamish: With a "C".

    Detective Phil Barbara: ..."h"?

    Hamish: I would go with a "C".

  • Hamish: Women calling for Chep. What's next?

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