Escape to Witch Mountain (1995 TV Movie)
Edward Bolt: [shows Anna and Danny his cars] How do you like my vehicles? Maybe we can take them for a spin one day.
Danny: [of old man Herman] He wants to go with us!
Anna: Can he come?
Waldo Fudd: Not alone. He needs someone else to make the light.
Xander: Do you have a pool?
Edward Bolt: Yes. Yes, I do.
Xander: Why don't you invite us over for a swim?
Lindsay Brown: Xander.
Xander: He says he love kids.
Edward Bolt: I think that's a great idea! How 'bout a picnic on Sunday, huh?
Luther: [checks the room where Anna was locked in and realizes she'is not there] Oh, brother!
Edward Bolt: [continues playing with the kids] Whoa! Yeah! Here ya go, here ya go!
Luther: [approaches him] Somehow, Anna got out.
Edward Bolt: What?
Luther: I didn't do anything, honest.
Edward Bolt: All right, get to the stables. I'll take care of this gang.
Edward Bolt: This is a latin cylinder. Can you make it fly?
Edward Bolt: Well, Danny has shared everything. We've gotten to be good friends of yours. I won't tell anyone your secret. We tell it's kinetic powers like any other muscle, you gotta exercise it into lithography. I'm just trying to help you guys. Uh, open it up.
[Luther takes the lid off the latin cylinder]
Edward Bolt: Now, can you make those rocks fly into the tube?
Anna: This won't work.
Edward Bolt: Why don't you trust me? I mean it hurts my feelings. I open my house here, I open my heart. Instead, you act like we were strangers. What is it you don't like about me?
Anna: It's not that. I just can't do it.
Edward Bolt: Why not?
Anna: We're too far away.
Edward Bolt: Well, let's move closer. There! All right.
Edward Bolt: I'm losing my patience, young lady. Now try to move those rocks!
Anna: What's this about, anyway?
Edward Bolt: It's too complicated for you to understand, just do what I'm telling ya!
Anna: I can't.
Edward Bolt: I can get mean if I have to be, but nobody wants anything bad to happen, do they?... You love your brother?
Anna: I'm not gonna help you! I hate you and I hate being here.
Edward Bolt: Listen, you little witch! I don't care what you think about me, but nobody here says no to me, ya hear?
Edward Bolt: [meets Danny at the stable area] Wanna go for a spin, Danny? You can drive.
Edward Bolt: Have you driven a car?
Edward Bolt: All the way to the house if you like.
Anna: [Danny hears her in his mind] Let in the light, brother. I don't want to lose you again.
Danny: [distracted by it but seemingly by the horse] Huh?
Edward Bolt: [grabs Danny and begins dragging him off] Get in the car, you little street rat!
Danny: Let go! Let go!
Edward Bolt: Just shut up!
Lindsay Brown: Your Sheriff and Luther told me everything, Mr. Bolt. You had those kids under lock and key. You planned to exploid their power.
Edward Bolt: Woman's talking nonsense.
Lindsay Brown: [Xander walks up the hill] Xander!
Xander: I'm going up there!
Lindsay Brown: Wait. I'm coming with you.
Sheriff Bronson: I'm very, very disappointed in you, Mr. Bolt.
Edward Bolt: You ungrateful little turncoat... You're fired!
Luther: Too late. I quit a half an hour a go. I'm gonna go where I belong.
Sheriff Bronson: Come on in here.
[to the deputy]
Sheriff Bronson: Put the cuffs on this guy.
[walks up the same hill Xander and Brown took as the deputy guides Mr. Bolt to the police car]
Deputy: OK Mr. Bolt, in the back. Watch your head.
Zoe Moon: I grew up in the shadow of a strange mountain. I used to hike up there when I was a little girl, but got scared when I heard all the stories about the mountain being haunted. Some folks worshipped the old rock. They thought she was magic, and had the power to change your life. But nothing much seemed to change around here, except the steady stream of pilgrims passing through town. Most of them stopped at the Witch Mountain Café, where I worked. Lonely people, searchers, outcasts... They came from everywhere, hoping the mountain could turn their lives around. For some, maybe it did. But I never dreamed it would happen to me.
Zoe Moon: With so many souls in the universe, do you ever wonder why so many souls cross? Is it all just an accident, or is there something else going on, a mysterious connection?
Danny: [Zoe faints after seeing them purple light between their hands; telepathically to each other] Is she okay?
Anna: She's just afraid.
Danny: What are we doing here?
Anna: Waiting for someone who's not afraid.
Zoe Moon: Funny how life is when you surrender. It always seems to take you exactly where you need to be.
Zoe Moon: Funny how life is when you learn to be patient and just listen.
Anna: Do you remember our parents?
Anna: I wonder if Mom was pretty.
Danny: She must've been.
Anna: [of their parents] Well, maybe they just... weren't allowed to keep us or something.
Danny: What do you mean? Like if they were spies or something?
Anna: Or acrobats, in a traveling circus.
Anna: [they laugh] Yeah. Something to do with flying. That's what the light reminds me of.
Anna: You were born first. You're... one minute older.
Danny: How do you know that?
Anna: I can sense it. Can't you?
Lindsay Brown: Xander! Are you all right? Yes, you are, so get up now and clean this up!
Anna: Don't you have any friends, Luther?
Luther: Sure. Mr. Bolt's my friend.
Anna: No, I mean real friends. The kind that give you that feeling.
Luther: What feeling?
Anna: Like you've known them forever.
Luther: Yeah, I got a... I got a friend like that. But he's, um...
Luther: He's in my head.
Anna: An imaginary friend?
Luther: I dream about him and he teaches me things.
Anna: Like what?
Waldo Fudd: Meet me at sunset on the mountain.
Danny: Which mountain?
Waldo Fudd: Exactly.
Danny: Exactly what?
Anna: He means Witch Mountain.
Zoe Moon: So that's the amazing mystery. The light carried us down here many years ago and we've forgotten about it. It may be hard to believe, but look into your hearts. I'm not the only one who feels I don't quite belong. Don't be afraid. Let in the light. Then you'll see things differently. I'm not afraid of the mountain anymore, because I that know inside the old witch, there's a princess, and she's been smiling down on me all along.