Murron Quotes in Braveheart (1995)


Murron Quotes:

  • Murron: You're going to teach me to read, then?

    William Wallace: Aye, if you'd like.

    Murron: Aye!

    William Wallace: In what language?

    Murron: Ah, you're showing off now.

    William Wallace: That's right. Are you impressed yet?

    Murron: No. Why? Should I be?

    William Wallace: Oui. Parce que chaque jour j'ai pensé à toi.

    [Yes. Because every single day I've thought about you]

    Murron: [hesitates, impressed despite herself, then smiles] Do that standing on your head and I'll be impressed.

    William Wallace: Well, my kilt will fly up, but I'll try.

  • William Wallace: [seeing the spirit of his wife] I'm dreaming.

    Murron: Yes, you are. And you must wake.

    William Wallace: [pause] I don't want to wake. I want to stay here with you.

  • 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!

  • William Wallace: [the secret wedding] I will love you and no other, for the rest of my life.

    Murron: And I you, you and no other, for ever.

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