大发1分6合纳尼亚：狮子,女巫和衣橱The Lion, the Witch, & the Wardrobe(1988)
Mr. Beaver: Wrong will be right, when Aslan comes in sight. At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more. When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death. And when he shakes his mane, it will be spring again. [about Aslan] Lucy: Is he... safe? Mr. Beaver: Safe? Don't you hear what Mrs. Beaver tells you? Of course he isn't safe... but... he's GOOD... He's the King. Lucy: Oh, Aslan! You're not dead, Aslan! Aslan: Do I look dead? [Aslan is breathing on a giant to break the witch's stone spell and restore him to life] Lucy: Oh, look! Is it safe? Aslan: Oh, yes. Once the feet are put right, the rest of him will follow. Lucy: That wasn't exactly what I meant. Mr. Beaver: Are you the sons of Adam and the daughters of Eve? Peter Pevensie: Well, we're some of them. Mr. Beaver: Mrs. Beaver! We really must be *out* of this! Peter Pevensie: I couldn't eat another thing! Susan Pevensie: Marmalade roll! Mrs. Beaver: Now will you eat another thing? The White Witch: How do I know this promise will be kept? Aslan: ROARRRRRRRR! Edmund Pevensie: WHY did we have to go? I'd much rather stay in London and see the war! Peter Pevensie: This war is going to be very nasty, Edmund! Which is why we're all being sent away! Edmund Pevensie: Spoil-sports grownups... Susan Pevensie: They're doing it for our sakes, Edmund! When the bombs stop falling on London... Lucy: [turns to Susan, and clutches her arm] I wish Mother and Nanny could've come with us... Edmund Pevensie: Well, I don't think it's fair. They'd be right there! In all the excitement! Peter Pevensie: All that danger, you mean! Don't talk such a tosh... Susan Pevensie: We are lucky, Edmund! We're going away deep into the countryside, where we'll be safe! Edmund Pevensie: Yes. And you know WHY we'll be safe! Because in the country, NOTHING ever happens!