‘Corpse Bride’ quotes…   4 comments

I know I'm fascinated about that movie. Anyways, here go some nice quotes I've picked off IMDB..

Elder Gutknecht: Why go up there when people are dying to get down here?

— When Emily the corpse bride asked him to let her as well as Victor visit the land of the living.

Victor: [to the corpse of Scraps] Play dead… Oh, sorry.

— Victor's dead dog Scraps got angry for that order. He was already.. dead.

The Corpse Bride: [singing] If I touch a burning candle I can feel no pain… if you cut me with a knife it's still the same…, and I know her heart is beating, and I know that I am dead… yet the pain here that I feel, try and tell me it's not real… for it seems I still have a tear to shed…

— Emily sang this song on discovering that Victor didn't want her as a wife because she was dead. 'her' refers to Victoria, the living woman whom Victor loved.

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Posted February 2, 2006 by H. H. in Movies

4 responses to “‘Corpse Bride’ quotes…

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  1. i happen to come across ur blog through acquaintance and i find all this so fascinating, as if i can relate to some of the things you say.

    just wanted to say i love your blog! 🙂

  2. Thank you. That’s an honor to me.
    You’re welcome anytime… : )

  3. When the corpse bride is singing she says
    “If I touch a burning candle I can feel no pain
    If you cut me with a knife it’s still the same
    And I know her heart is beating
    And I know that I am dead
    Yet the pain here that I feel
    Try and tell me it’s not real
    For it seems that I still have a tear to shed”

    the point is to say that even though she can’t feel pain, she can still feel heartbreak.

  4. Thank you. I thought that too! But may be because English isn’t my mother-tongue, I thought people at IMDB were more accurate, who now seem are not. I’ve got those quotes from IMDB.

    I’ll modify the quote.

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