Mrs. Ellison Quotes in Ride a Wild Pony (1975)
Mrs. Ellison Quotes:
Mrs. Ellison: Josie, what are you doing with that pony?
Josie Ellison: I'm coming out riding with you.
James Ellison: Josie, you can't.
Josie Ellison: Yes, I can. I often used to ride without stirrups.
Mrs. Ellison: I know, darling, but now you must...
Josie Ellison: It's only a matter of balance. I *know* I can do it.
James Ellison: Bluey, take the pony back inside.
Josie Ellison: No, Dad! Dad, I'm going to...
James Ellison: Bluey.
Mrs. Ellison: James, if you're going into town, could you stop by the Quayles and ask if Jeannie Quayle could come to tea on Sunday?
James Ellison: Yes, of course.
Mrs. Ellison: Josie really hasn't enough to do. It's so difficult. There are so few children around here that she can associate with.
James Ellison: Quayle's something of a troublemaker.
Mrs. Ellison: But Jeannie's a nice little girl. Quite ladylike. Where is Josie? I thought she was here with you.
James Ellison: She's doing her lessons, isn't she?
Mrs. Ellison: No, she'd be finished by now.
[Suddenly they hear Josie screaming]
Mrs. Ellison: You must promise me, darling, that you won't ride again.
Josie Ellison: No!
James Ellison: Josie, you must. You could've been killed.
Josie Ellison: I won't be stuck in that house all the time, I won't! And I hate that wheelchair.
James Ellison: Josie, we'll manage something. I promise we will.
Bluey Waters: Look at her go!
James Ellison: I just realized how light that buggy is with only Josie in it.
Mrs. Ellison: But look what she's doing now! James, she's going to...
James Ellison: I know, but she must learn for herself what she can and what she can't do.
Mrs. Ellison: Not Josie. What she can't do, she'll simply try to do.
Mrs. Ellison: I haven't seen her so happy since - since it happened.
Josie Ellison: Isn't he wonderful?
James Ellison: Josie, I'm going to enter you for best pony turnout at the town carnival. You think you'll win?
Josie Ellison: Bo can win anything.
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