Karlsson Quotes in VÃ¤rldens bÃ¤sta Karlsson (1974)
Karlsson: Here everything is well organized: The stuff to the right, the things to the left.
Karlsson: Hey, Lillebror. I don't suppose you've got any caramels left?
Svante 'Lillebror' Svantesson: No. Just these three fudges.
Karlsson: Hmm. That's three. But you can't split three. Any kid knows that
[Karlsson takes one of the fudges]
Svante 'Lillebror' Svantesson: No...
Karlsson: No? You greedy little kid. Won't you even let me have a tiny fudge?
Svante 'Lillebror' Svantesson: Yeah, but now there's only two left. Who'll get to choose first?
Karlsson: You may. But only if you take the smallest one.
Svante 'Lillebror' Svantesson: Then you'll get to choose first.
[Karlsson picks one]
Svante 'Lillebror' Svantesson: . But now you took the biggest one.
Karlsson: Yeah. Which one would you have picked if you'd choose first?
Svante 'Lillebror' Svantesson: The smallest one of course!
Svante 'Lillebror' Svantesson: Well, now you've got the smallest one. What's the problem?
Karlsson: Welcome in, my dearest Karlsson. And you too, by the way.
Karlsson: Jack, you have to kill your daddy.
Karlsson: It's not a costume. It's skin and hair... of a demon.
Karlsson: Very few people know the true origin of what we call "the clown". I can show you here.
[shows him an old book of illustrations depicting the ancient mythical creature known as the "Cloyne"]
Karlsson: It lived up in the mountains with a skin white as snow and the red nose blistered by the cold. It lured children out of the villages into its cave. Five children. One child for every month of winter. Over the centuries, the legend of the Cloyne was forgotten. He became the clown. His white face and red nose to make people laugh. To entertain children. If only they knew.
Kent: Why are you showing me this?
Karlsson: So you can understand.
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