The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is a 2010 3D fantasy-adventure film based on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the fifth published novel in C. S. Lewis' epic fantasy series The Chronicles of Narnia. It is the third installment in The Chornicles of Narnia film series from Walden Media, the first in the series to be distributed by 20th Century Fox and the first one to be released in Digital 3D.

Take the voyage. Live the adventure. Discover Narnia like you've never seen it before.(taglines)

Aslan[edit]

  • [from trailer] You have returned for a reason. Your adventure begins now.

Dialogue[edit]

[from trailer]
Eustace: This place just gets weirder and weirder!

[from trailer]
Edmund: So, if there are no wars to fight, then why are we here?

[Edmund and a group of males are lining up to join the war.]
Intake Officer: Are you sure you're 18?
Edmund: Why? Do I look older?
[Edmund gives his National Registration identity card to the intake officer. The intake officer takes it, opens it, and notices the name "Alberta Scrubb" in it.]
Intake Officer: Alberta Scrubb?
Edmund: That's a typographical error. It's supposed to be Albert A. Scrubb.
[Lucy walks in holding a wooden box full of groceries.]
Lucy: Edmund. [Edmund turns to her] You're supposed to be helping me with the groceries.
[The intake officer gives Edmund's National Registration identity card back to him. Edmund takes it.]
Male: [Ruffles Edmund's head] Better luck next time, eh, squirt?
[Edmund and Lucy walk outside.]
Edmund: Squirt? [Takes the box from Lucy] He barely had two years on me. I'm a king.
[Edmund and Lucy walk over to Lucy's bicycle.]
Edmund: I've fought wars and– and I've lead armies.
[As Edmund places the box on the back of the bicycle, Lucy places her bag on the basket of the bicycle.]
Lucy: Not in this world.
Edmund: Yeah. Instead I'm stuck here, doing battle with Eustace Clarence Scrubb. If anyone so deserved a name.
[As Edmund straps the box to the back of the bicycle, Lucy notices an officer and a woman chatting. The woman tucks her hair behind her ear, leading Lucy to do the same.]
Edmund: [Notices Lucy tucking her hair behind her ear] What are you doing?
Lucy: Nothing. Come on then.
[As Edmund and Lucy walk away, Edmund glances at the officer and the woman.]

[Eustace is writing in his diary.]
Eustace: Dear diary, it is now day 253 since my wretched cousins Edmund and Lucy invaded our house. Not sure how much longer I can cope living with them, having to share my things. If only one could treat relatives like one treats insects, all my problems would be solved. I could simply put them in a jar or pin them to my wall.
Lucy: I'm home! Hello?
[Hearing Lucy's voice, Eustace puts his diary in his sock, grabs sweets, and puts them in a bag.]
Eustace: Note to self, investigate legal ramifications of impaling relatives.
[Harold in sitting on an armchair reading a newspaper when Lucy walks through the living room and passes by him on her way to the kitchen.]
Lucy: Hello, Uncle Harold. I tried to find some carrots, but all they had were turnips again. [Puts the box on the table] Shall I start making soup? [Takes her coat off] Aunt Alberta's on her way home.
[Harold ignores Lucy.]
Lucy: Uncle Harold?
[Edmund sticks his tongue out at Harold.]
Eustace: [Standing on the stairs] Father. [Edmund turns to him] Edmund's making faces at you. [Spits a spitball into Edmund's neck]
Edmund: [Angrily runs up the stairs] Why, you little–
Eustace: Father, he's gonna hit me! [Cowers on the stairs]
[Edmund gets ready to attack Eustace, when Lucy calls out to him.]
Lucy: Edmund, look! [Holds a letter up] It's from Susan.

[Susan is writing in a letter.]
Susan: I do wish you were here with us. It's been such an adventure, but nothing like our times in Narnia. America is very exciting... except we never see Father. He works so very hard. I was invited–
[Edmund and Lucy in sitting on a bed in a room reading the letter.]
Lucy: "–to the British Consul's tea party this week by a naval officer–"
Susan: –who happens to be very handsome.
Lucy: "I think he fancies me." Hmm. "It seems the Germans have made the crossing difficult right now." Times are hard. "Mother hopes you both won't mind another few months in Cambridge."
[As Lucy reads the letter, Edmund gets up and goes over to a painting of a ship on an ocean on the wall. He stares at it.]
Lucy: Another few months?
[Edmund walks back to the bed and sits next to Lucy.]
Lucy: How will we survive?
Edmund: [Takes the letter from Lucy] You're lucky, at least you've got your own room. I'm stuck with mullet mouth.
Lucy: [Gets up] Susan and Peter are the lucky ones. [Goes over to a mirror] Off on adventures.
Edmund: Yeah, they're the eldest and we're the youngest. We don't matter as much.
[As Edmund lies on the bed reading the letter, Lucy stares at her reflection in the mirror.]
Lucy: [Tucks her hair behind her ear] Do you think I look anything like Susan?
Edmund: [Puts the letter down and gets up] Lucy, have you seen this ship before? [Goes over to the painting]
Lucy: Yes. It's very Narnian-looking, isn't it? [Goes over to the painting]
Edmund: Yeah. Well, just another reminder that we're here and not there.
[While Edmund and Lucy stare at the painting, Eustace walks into the room.]
Eustace: There once were two orphans who wasted their time believing in Narnian nursery rhymes.
Edmund: [Starts to march towards Eustace] Please let me hit him!
Lucy: [Stops Edmund] No!
Edmund: Don't you ever knock?
Eustace: It's my house. I'll do as I please. You're just guests.
[While Edmund and Lucy turn back to the painting, Eustace walks over to the bed and sits down.]
Eustace: What's so fascinating about that picture anyway? It's hideous.
Edmund: You won't see it from the other side of the door.
Lucy: Edmund, it looks like the water's actually moving.
Eustace: What rubbish! See? That's what happens when you read all those fanciful novels and fairy tales of yours.
Edmund: There once was a boy called Eustace who read books full of facts that were useless. [Lucy smiles]
Eustace: People who read fairy tales are always the sort who become a hideous burden to people like me– [Edmund turns to him] –who read books with real information.
Edmund: "Hideous burden"? [Eustace gets up] I haven't seen you lift a finger since we've been here.
[As Lucy continues staring at the painting, Eustace tries to run out of the room, but Edmund slams the door.]
Edmund: I have a mind to tell your father you stole Aunt Alberta's sweets.
Eustace: Liar!
Edmund: Oh, really?
[While Edmund and Eustace are arguing, Lucy notices seawater starting to pour into the room and the ship starting to sail towards her.]
Lucy: Edmund, the painting.
Edmund: I found them under your bed, and you know what? I licked every one of them.
Eustace: Ugh! I'm infected with you!
[The wind blows the seawater at Edmund, Lucy, and Eustace.]
Eustace: [Notices the seawater pouring into the room and the ship saling towards him, Edmund, and Lucy] What's going on here?
Edmund: Lucy, do you think–?
Eustace: It's some kind of trick! Stop it or I'll tell mother! [Goes over to the door] Mother! Mother! I'll just smash the rotten thing! [Runs over to the painting and tears it off the wall]
[As Edmund and Lucy try to stop Eustace from tearing the painting off the wall, the seawater starts splashing the three of them.]

Lilliandil: [Caspian, Edmund, and Lucy look up into the sky as a brilliant blue light descends upon them]
Lucy: Look!
[the light transforms into Lilliandil]
Lilliandil: Travelers of Narnia, I am your guide.
King Caspian: You are most beautiful.
Lilliandil: If it is a distraction for you, I-I can change forms.
Edmund and King Caspian: [simultaneously] No!
[Caspian and Edmund look at each other. Lucy looks at them and rolls her eyes]

Lucy: Aslan, will we ever meet with you in our world?
Aslan: You shall.
Lucy: How?
Aslan: Because there I have another name. You must learn to know me by that name. This was the very reason why you were brought to Narnia, that knowing me here for a little, you may know me better there.

Eustace: [pointing at Reepicheep] That giant rat thing just tried to claw my face off!
Reepicheep: I was merely trying to expel the water from your lungs, sir.
Eustace: It talks! Did you see? Did anyone just hear that? It just talked!
Crewmember: It always talks.
Caspian: Actually, it's getting him to shut up that's the trick.
Reepicheep: The moment there is nothing to be said, your Highness, I promise you, I will not say it.
Eustace: Well, I don't know what kind of prank this is, but I want to wake up right now!
Reepicheep: Perhaps we could throw him back?
'[Edmund looks as if he's considering this option]
Lucy: Edmund!
Eustace: I demand to know just where the blazes am I?!
[Tavros, a Minotaur approaches]
Tavros: You're on the Dawn Treader, the finest ship in Narnia's navy. [Eustace faints in shock, prompting laughter from the crew] Was it something I said?

Lucy: Do you really believe in such a place?
Reepicheep: We have nothing, if not belief.

Coriarchin: That sword you carry. It must be laid at Aslan's table. Only then can its true power be released.

Eustace: Hang on. You mean four of us? [The crew stopped paddling to look at him] Come on, please don't send me back to the rat.
Reepicheep: I heard that.
Eustace: [mumbling] Big ears.
Reepicheep: I heard that too.

Eustace: [seeing a mountain of gold] I must be dead. [seeing a skeleton] You're definitely dead.

Taglines[edit]

  • Return to magic. Return to hope. Return to Narnia
  • Take the voyage. Live the adventure. Discover Narnia like you've never seen it before.

Cast[edit]

Pevensies and Scrubbs[edit]

Dawn Treader crew[edit]

Narnians[edit]

External links[edit]

Encyclopedic article on The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader at Wikipedia

The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis
  The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe     Novel (1950) · Television serial (1967) · Film (1979) · Television serial (1988) · Film (2005)  
  Prince Caspian     Novel (1951) ·   · Television serial (1989) · Film (2008)  
  The Voyage of the Dawn Treader     Novel (1952) ·   · Television serial (1989) · Film (2010)  
  The Silver Chair     Novel (1953) · · Television serial (1990) ·
  The Horse and His Boy     Novel (1954) ·      
  The Magician's Nephew     Novel (1955) ·      
  The Last Battle     Novel (1956) ·      
  See also     Novel series (1950–1956) · BBC serials (1988–1990) · Silverchair (band named after The
  Silver Chair
) · Film series (2005–present) · Last words in the film series