Terpsichore Quotes in Hercules (1997)
[singing about Hercules's fame and success]
Thalia: They slapped his face on every vase.
[Terpsichore hits her in the head]
Terpsichore: On every *vah*se.
Calliope: We are the Muses, goddesses of the arts and proclaimers of heroes.
Terpsichore: Heroes like Hercules.
Thalia: Honey, you mean "Hunk-ules!" Ooh, I'd like to make some sweet music with him.
Calliope: Our story actually begins long before Hercules was born, many eons ago.
Narrator: Long ago, in the faraway land of ancient Greece, there was a golden age of powerful gods and extraordinary heroes. And the greatest and strongest of all these heroes was the mighty Hercules. But what is the measure of a true hero? Ah, that is what our story is...
Thalia: Will you listen to him? He's makin' the story sound like some Greek tragedy.
Terpsichore: Lighten up, dude.
Calliope: We'll take it from here, darling.
Narrator: You go, girl.
Terpsichore: Mr. Jordan, I want to cry, but I can't. There are no tears. Mr. Jordan, at least let me cry.
Mr. Jordan: You can't anymore. Tears are only for mortals. It's an advantage they have over us.
Terpsichore: [singing] There's a law against men beating their wives, which inhibits about a million guys' lives.
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