Queenie Quotes in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016)
Queenie: She's a taker, you need a giver.
Jacob Kowalski: Did you say school? Is there a school? A wizardry school here? In America?
Queenie: Of course - Ilvermorny! It's only the best wizard school in the whole world!
Newt Scamander: I think you'll find the best wizarding school in the world is Hogwarts!
Queenie: [Incredulous and semi-insulted] *Hogwash!*
Queenie: [after Tina and Queenie discover that Newt and Jacob have escaped through the window] But I made 'em cocoa.
Jacob Kowalski: You're not going to obliviate me?
Queenie: Of course not. You're one of us now.
Queenie: Aw, don't worry, honey. Most guys think what you was thinking, first time they see me.
Mr. Abernathy: Queenie, where are you going?
Queenie: I'm sick, Mr. Abernathy.
Queenie: [referring to Newt and Jacob] Tina, you brought men home.
Porpentina Goldstein: This is Mr. Scamander, he's lost something, I'm going to help him.
Queenie: [while obviously flirting with Jacob] I'm not flirting.
Newt Scamander: You're a Legilimens?
Queenie: Mmm. Yeah. But I always have trouble with your kind. Brits. It's the accent.
Queenie: I'll come with you. We'll go somewhere. We'll go anywhere. See, I ain't never gonna find anyone like you.
Jacob Kowalski: There's loads like me.
Queenie: No. No. There's only one like you.
Rover Dangerfield: Where's Flappy?
Queenie: Carmine fired him. He couldn't remember the routines.
Rover Dangerfield: Oh, I saw that coming. Flappy was dumb. Yeah, he used to walk backwards and wag his head. I mean dumb! Carmine taught him to sit, he forgot how to stand! And when Carmine paper-trained him, that was something. He went right on the paper. The only trouble is, Carmine was reading it!
Queenie: She's in love.
Nicky Holroyd: Wouldn't she rather be dead?
Queenie: I sit in the subway sometimes, on buses, or the movies, and I look at the people next to me and I think..."What would you say if I told you I was a witch?"
Joe: I just shell them peas.
Queenie: You ain't pickin' them up.
Joe: No, but I could've if you didn't. I could do a lotta things if it was necessary.
Queenie: Then why don't you?
Joe: It ain't necessary.
Parthy: Mercy! Something must be on fire the way Queenie's running
Cap'n Andy Hawks: Now what's the trouble, Queenie?
Queenie: There's a powerful fine lookin' fella' out here, wants to know if you all could accommodate him by takin' him down the river fuh as the next town.
Cap'n Andy Hawks: We don't carry no passengers - fine lookin' did you say? Is he an actor?
Queenie: Might be. But he seems more like the kind of a gentleman it's a pleasure to wait on.
Pete: Hey, where'd you get that gold brooch?
Queenie: You mean this scrumptious piece o' jewelry?
Pete: Yeah, where'd you get it?
Queenie: It was give tuh me.
Pete: Who give it to you?
Queenie: Ask me no questions and I'll tell you no lies!
Queenie: [she walks off, laughing heartily]
Pete: [muttering] I know who give it to you and she's gonna be sorry, too. All right, Miss Julie LaVerne, if that's how you feel about me...
Pete: [he rips the photo of Julie out of its frame on the stand, but is seen by Windy]
Queenie: He was the first guy who was interested in what I thought. Which is more than you are, Mr. Morrison.
Queenie: I remember this one photo I took, in a dress with clusters of lemons on the skirt and this great big feather hat. I must have sent that photo to every director and producer in this town. I waited by the phone for days. Nothing ever happened.
Queenie: [singing] Singapore Sally lived in an alley / Down by Maleno Bay/ The story of her life, her trouble and her strife / She happened to tell me one day... / Sing... sing... Singapore Sally, life gave her quite a shove. / Sing... sing... Singapore Sally, she was waiting for her long lost love!
[Dale is leading Queenie out to the garden to dance, James catches Queenie and pulls her aside]
Dale Sword: For God's sakes, Queenie, you're asking for trouble, don't you know that?
Queenie: [She places her finger on his mouth] Oh hush, honey, Queenie knows what she's doing.
Dale Sword: She's got my name in her little book for this dance, old man. You can have the next one.
James Morrison: I just want to talk to her.
Dale Sword: My God, look at the glint in his eye! En garde, monsieur! En garde!
Queenie: Now get outta here, Romeo, I gotta put on my diamonds!
Queenie: [Talking about her first audition in Vaudeville] In fact, I was starving. You can't believe that, can you?
Dale Sword: [smiling] No, no I can't believe there wasn't always someone looking after you.
Jackie: [as Queenie makes a belated entrance] Hey Queenie, I haven't seen your beautiful face all night. Where have you been hiding?
Jackie: How about doing a little number for us, Queenie?
Queenie: Nah, Jackie, I ain't danced in years. You know that!
Phil D'Armano: Hey, Queenie, how about "Singapore Sally?" Me and Oskie know it!
Madeline True: [as the crowd erupts into encouragement] Jackie! Make her do it, Jackie!
Jackie: Come on Queenie! You're beautiful, come on!
Queenie: I'm a little rusty, but Singapore Sally it is.
[Jackie takes her drink, two men in front of Queenie kneel down and Queenie uses them as a footstool to climb onto the piano]
Queenie: [lying on the bed, raising her head and whining] Jolly, love! Queenie is so tired! Pour out a cup of coffee for me?
Jolly Grimm: [blearily] Get it yourself!
Queenie: Jol-ly! Queenie is so tired!
Jolly Grimm: Who do you think you are? The Queen of Sheba?
Police Sergeant: How would you describe the men who attacked you?
Queenie: As dirty lot of stinking rotten sons of...
Police Sergeant: Alright, alright. What did they look like?
Queenie: 'Ow the hell should I know? D'you suppose they came up and raised their bloomin' 'ats before they 'it me?
Police Sergeant: [filling in a form] No description...
Benjamin Button: Momma? Momma? Some days, I feel different than the day before.
Queenie: Everyone feels different about themselves one way or another, but we all goin' the same way.
Queenie: [talking to infant] You as ugly as an old pot, but you still a child of God...
Queenie: You never know what's comin' for ya.
Queenie: Poor child, he got the worst of it. Come out white.
Dr. Rose: Where'd he come from?
Queenie: My sister's child. From Lafayette. She had an unfortunate adventure. The poor child, he got the worst of it. Come out white.
Dr. Rose: Queenie, some creatures weren't meant to survive.
Queenie: [observing Benjamin] Mm-mm, no, this baby here is a miracle, that's for certain...
[turns to Dr. Rose]
Queenie: just like the kind of miracle one hopes to see.
[Dr. Rose shrugs in defeat]
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