Wallace and Gromit

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Wallace and Gromit are the main characters in a series of four short films by Nick Park.


A Grand Day Out (1989)[edit]

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  • "Gee, these bank holidays, it's a problem to decide."
  • "Tell ya what, Gromit lad. Let's have a nice hot cup of tea, hmm? The kettle should have boiled by now."
  • "No cheese, Gromit."
  • "Not a bit in the house!"
  • "Gromit, that's it! Cheese! We'll go somewhere where there's cheese!"
  • "Everybody knows the moon's made of cheese."
  • "Everything seems to be under contr-ooooh!"
  • "60 seconds to blast off."
  • "Oh! Allotment doors."
  • "No crackers, Gromit! We've forgotten the crackers!"
  • "Hold on Gromit, hold on!"
  • "Gromit!"
  • "One for the album!"
  • "I don't know, lad. It's like no cheese I've ever tasted. Let's try another spot."
  • (While fidgeting with the robot) "Come on, stupid... Oh."
  • "Let's try another spot."
  • "Hold tight, lad, and think of Lancashire hot pot!"
  • Ah! The fuse! You forgot to light the fuse!
  • Set co-ordinates for 62 West Wallaby Street!
  • "Adjust angle of thrust. Steady now...knob...steady.....gently does it."

The Wrong Trousers (1993)[edit]

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  • Well, this is a fine how-you-do isn't it, Gromit?
  • No more lodgers - more trouble than they're worth.
  • It's the wrong trousers! What have you done with the controls, Gromit? Stop them, Gromit! Stop them! Help me! Gr-Gromit! The trousers have gone haywire! Get me out! HELP!
  • They're techno trousers, ex-NASA, fantastic for walkies!
  • [Feathers McGraw removes his "chicken" disguise] Good grief! It's YOU!
  • "Ooh I do like a bit of gorgonzola."
  • "Cracking toast, Gromit!"
  • "It's my turn for breakfast this morning, Gromit."
  • "Well Gromit, let's see what's on the 9:05, shall we? Here she comes now. (toy train whistle blows) I wonder what this could be? Happy Birthday, chuck!"
  • "Hang in there Gromit, everything's under control." (relieving Feathers McGraw of his gun) I'll have that if you don't mind, eh? [Looks up and sees kitchen hatch approaching]
  • Tally Ho! Leave him to me; I'll get the bounder!
  • It's uh.. No pets. Does that suit you?
  • That's quite enough. You'll be hearing from my solicitor about this.
  • (Gromit trying to rewire the trousers) Watch where you're puttin' them paws!
  • You can't go taking liberties like this; I'm a respectable citizen.
  • I'll give you what-for, you tyke!
  • This wardrobe's nearly new you know. Let me out!
  • [Gromit uses two wires to make the trousers stamp up and down] My goodness, this'll ruin the woodwork. [Bottom of the wardrobe comes away] Oh! There goes me knotty pine! Where are we going?
  • Nice walkies? How were the techno trousers?
  • It's no use prevaricating about the bush.
  • As I say it's a bit dingy at present but it's surprising what a lick of paint'll do isn't it?
  • All's well that ends well, that's what I say.

A Close Shave (1995)[edit]

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  • "I think I'll make my own porridge."
  • "Come over here lad - no need to feel sheepish."
  • "Switch it off!"
  • "Erm, mice, do you think?"
  • "We've tested this on Gromit - haven't we lad?"
  • "Do something, Gromit!"
  • "I'll look smashing in this. A bit tight here and there ..."
  • "The bounce has gone from his bungie."
  • "Oh, charming. I'm Wallace."
  • "Windows are our speciality."
  • "Oh, Gromit."
  • "Oh yes, I'm inventing mostly."
  • "Brilliant teamwork, lads!"
  • "I suppose you'll have to skip the country now. A fugitive, eh. You'll be hunted down like... well, a dog."
  • "Let me out! You're not going to turn me into dog meat!"
  • "Steady on - single file. Single file I said!"
  • "Get yourselves organised down there!"
  • "Where did you get that from?! That's my machine! I've got patent pending on that!"
  • Wendolene: "Duck!!", Wallace: "Where?"
  • "By 'eck, I thought we were all for the can then."
  • "Not even Wensleydale?"
  • "What's wrong with Wensleydale?"
  • "Get off my cheese! Get off! Gromit, go for him! Gromit!"
  • Wendolene: "He's malfunctioning!" Wallace: "Mal-what?" Wendolene: "Malfunctioning. Preston is a cyber dog!" Wallace: "Cyber-what?" Wendolene: "A robot! Daddy created him for good, but...he's turned out evil!"
  • "HUH?!, you think we should call the pest control people in?"
  • "Have you been peckish during the night? Only someone's been at me cheese..."
  • "Porridge today, Gromit. Tuesday."
  • "Geronimo!"

Cracking Contraptions (2002)[edit]

  • "Oh, now that's just not cricket, Gromit. Anyone for tennis, perchance?"
  • "Well I think we got away with that, eh pooch!"
  • "Gromit, we have a problem!"
  • "Oi, get off the cheese! Gromit! Gromit! Go for him! Gromit! I'll give you what for, you tyke! Gromit!"
  • "Oh! Wrong program! Quick, change channel! Oh, heck! I've used me only ball." (the tellyscope)
  • "Oh, Gromit. Ugh!!! I think you better get the dust pan and brush."

Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)[edit]

  • "He may look innocent, sir. But left to his own devices, this is the ultimate vegetable destroying machine."
  • "I haven't tested it yet, but it should be perfectly safe. Just a bit of harmless brain alteration, that's all."
  • "Well, come on, lad! What are you waiting for? Turn on the Bun-Vac! Full suction!"
  • "Oh, very cheeky!"
  • "Burrowing bounders! They must be breeding like... well, um, rabbits."
  • "What's up, dog?" (an obvious reference to the Time Warner characters. At this moment in the film Wallace has grown bunny ears.)
  • "I'm sorry, Gromit. I know you're doing this for my own good, but... the fact is, I'm just crackers about cheese!"
  • "Veg bad. Veg bad. Veg bad! Say no to carrots, cabbage, and cauliflower!"
  • "Love, Gromit! That's the biggest trap of all! "The tender trap", they call it. And that's what we'll use to catch this thing. Yes, lad. A lovely lady rabbit. How could any hot-blooded rabbit beast resist?"
  • Oh come on, Gromit! A bit more... you know, alluring. [Gromit starts to make the rabbit do a sexy dance to The Stripper]
  • Oh, Gromit. We've created a monster. Hutch is the beast.
  • "Oh, it's hopeless. I'll never fix this flippin' machine. Me mind's just a rabbity mush." (sniffles) "Oh, Gromi-it..I-I don't want to be a giant rabbi-i-i-it!(breaks down into tears)
  • "Geronimo!"
  • "Er, Gromit, old pal? It happened again. I'll need assistance."
  • "Cheese Gromit!"
  • (at the Academy Awards of his and Gromit's movie, presented by Reese Witherspoon) Oooh! I do like a bit of Gorgonzola.

A Matter of Loaf and Death (2008)[edit]

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  • Wallace: Well done, lad! [Takes out burnt toast] Very well done.
  • Piella: [singing] I'm light as a feather, I'm the Bake-O'-Lite Girl.
  • Piella: Curse that balloon! And curse that prevailing southwesterly! They'll be there in no time!
  • Wallace: Gromit! It’s a bomb! The cake’s a bomb! Wait a minute. You don't think Piella could be...
  • Piella: The serial killer? Well done, Wallace. Sharp as a brick. Now do exactly as I say or Fluffles gets snuffled.
  • Wallace: But Piella, you're the Bake-O'-Lite Girl!
  • Piella: Was Bake-O'-Lite Girl. I ate too much you see. I couldn't ride the balloon anymore. So they dropped me!
  • Wallace: Oh! Oh! Oh! Oh! Gromit! I've got a bomb in me pants!
  • Piella: I will be back to get you, Wallace! I will have my baker's dozen!
  • Wallace: But Piella, the balloon won't hold you!
  • Piella: They can't just drop me. I'm as light as a feather. I'm the Bake-O'-Lite Girl!
  • Wallace: [his pants are torn from the explosion, showing his bare buttocks] What a relief! Evening, Sisters.
  • Wallace: I'm in-bread myself
  • Wallace: I think I need a cup of tea after all that. Care to join me, you two?

Project Zoo (2003)[edit]

  • "The penguin has landed!"
  • "I wonder who does their windows?"
  • "Never can have too many of these, Gromit."
  • "Don't shoot!"
  • "I didn't do it, honest!"
  • "Careful with that thing!"
  • "Eh! Careful there."
  • "Mind where you're pointing that."
  • "Come quietly, and Gromit won't hurt you."
  • "Keep up, Gromit!"
  • "It's panda-monium in there!"
  • "Anything planned for today, Gromit?"
  • "Gromit!"
  • "I'll be there before you can say Jack Robinson."
  • "I'll be there in two shakes of a... a lamb's tail."
  • "Not what I'd expected."
  • "Bit dry down here. I could do with a cup of tea."
  • "Bit dry down here could do with a cuppa."
  • "Best mention this to someone when we get back."
  • "Hope I remembered to turn the immersion off before we left."
  • "Wonder if we'll get back and time for tea?"
  • "Oi! Comber back here! He's a slippery kipper with a brain to match."
  • "I'm not sure life on the edge agrees with me."
  • "Over here, Gromit!"
  • "Over here, boy!"
  • "Geronimo!"
  • "Charge! Whoa!"
  • "'SOS Archie'! The little lad's in trouble!"
  • "Remember what they say, lad: The penguin is mightier than the sword."
  • "You haven't got another 10p, have you, lad?"
  • "Unhitch me, lad!"
  • "Whatever could this be?"
  • "Whatever it is, he doesn't want us to see: that's lock's been pickled!"
  • "If I could find a way to give you a leg-up, you could shimmy through that vent and open up from the other side."
  • "A tad heavier than plimsoles - but they'll pack a real punch!"
  • "Ha, ha! Me trusty number 3! Never leave home without one!"
  • "I think I may have noticed a tool back across that bridge!"
  • "Oh, yes. Those nuts were just the ticket. Didn't find any raisins, perchance? I could murder a healthy snack."
  • "Should have brought that safety rope."
  • "Dead handy, that!"
  • "We'll find a use for this, and no mistake."
  • "Just what we've been after."
  • "Bit rusty."
  • "Oo! That'll do nicely!"
  • "Top notch, Gromit."
  • "I'm sure we can recycle this."
  • "That'll come in handy."
  • "Just the ticket."
  • "Tickety-boo! Just the ticket."
  • "Ow. Stop it!"
  • "Less of that now!"
  • "Hey! Cut that out!"
  • "Cut that out right now!"
  • "Oi, Geroff!"
  • "Aargh!"
  • "Woah!"
  • "You okay, lad?"
  • "Whatever could this be?"
  • "Good Lord! You don't see that every day."
  • "Hm. Let's try that."
  • "I'll have to find another way 'round."
  • "Any ideas, old chum?"
  • "Off you go, Gromit. We'll meet up later."
  • "Press on, lad. We'll meet up later."
  • "Away you go, Gromit."
  • "Lead away, lad. Age before beauty."
  • "Bit cunning that, lad."
  • "Work of a criminal mind."
  • "Collect some more nuts, and I reckon I can fix this."
  • "More bolts, or we can have this mended in a jiffy."
  • "I'll need some more bolts to fix this."
  • "Need a few more nuts, I'm afraid."
  • "Those nuts and bolts could come in handy."
  • "Not enough nuts yet."
  • "More nuts and bolts lad, that's what's needed."
  • "Go on and have a root around for some more tools, will you, lad?"
  • "Can't fix this, I need more tools."
  • "Hmm. Tricky. No. I'll need some extra tools."
  • "More tools needed for this, old friend."
  • "Tools, that's what this needs."
  • "Better find some more tools for this job, Gromit."
  • "Oh Dear. I'll need more tools to sort this one out."
  • "Come on, Gromit. No time to waste."
  • "Go on, lad! Scarper!"

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