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DIMITRI: It was a place I once lived.
ANASTASIA: Then you plan on making Paris your home?
DIMITRI: What is it with you and homes?
ANASTASIA: Well, for one thing, it's
something every normal person wants
For another thing, you...
ANASTASIA: Just forget it.
ANASTASIA: Thank goodness it's you. Please, remove him from my sight.
VLADIMIR: What have you done to her?
DIMITRI: Me? It's her.
VLADIMIR: An unspoken attraction.
DIMITRI: Attraction? That skinny little brat? Have you lost your mind?
VLADIMIR: Only asking a simple question.
DIMITRI: Attraction. Ridiculous.
TRAVELLING MAN: Last month, the travelling papers were blue. But now they are red.
TICKET AGENT: Papers. Papers, please.
VLADIMIR: It's what I hate about this government. Everything's in red.
VLADIMIR: I propose we move to the baggage car before the guards come.
DIMITRI: I propose we get off this train
ANASTASIA: Sorry. I thought you were someone else. Oh, it's you. Well, that's OK then.
DIMITRI: We've got to go.
ANASTASIA: Where are we going?
DIMITRI: I think you broke my nose.
ANASTASIA: Men are such babies.
DIMITRI: Yes. Yes, this will do nicely.
VLADIMIR: She'll freeze in here.
DIMITRI: She can thaw in Paris.
ANASTASIA: The baggage car? There's nothing wrong with our papers, is there, maestro?
DIMITRI: Of course not, Your Grace. It's just that I hate to see you forced to mingle with all those commoners.
DIMITRI: What was that?
VLADIMIR: I don't know. But there goes the dining car.
ANASTASIA: Get off of me!
DIMITRI: I'm trying.
VLADIMIR: Uh, Dimitri.
VLADIMIR: I think someone has flambéed our engine.
DIMITRI: Something's not right. Wait here. I'll check it out. Anybody here?
ANASTASIA: We're going way too fast!
DIMITRI: Nobody's driving this train. We're gonna have to jump.
ANASTASIA: Did you say jump? After you.
Fine, then we'll uncouple the car
Come on! I need a wrench, an axe, anything.
DIMITRI: Come on, there's gotta be something in there better than this. That'll work. Go, go, go! What did they teach you in the orphanage?
VLADIMIR: The brakes are out!
DIMITRI: Turn harder! Don't worry. We've got plenty of track. We'll just coast to a stop.
ANASTASIA: You were saying?
DIMITRI: I got an idea, Vlad. Gimme a hand with this. Hand me the chain. Not you!
ANASTASIA: Vlad's busy at the moment. And to think that could have been you.
DIMITRI: If we live through this, remind me to thank you.
VLADIMIR: Here goes nothin'. Brace yourselves.
ANASTASIA: Well, this is our stop.
DIMITRI: I hate trains.
Remind me never to get on the train again
BARTOK: Wow. Take it easy there. Sir, really, you should watch your blood pressure. My nephew, Izzie, just keeled over one day, mid-mango. Stress, it's a killer, sir. And he's a fruit bat. No meat. No blood, even.
RASPUTIN: How could they let her escape?
BARTOK: You're right. It's very upsetting, sir. I guess this reliquary's broken.
RASPUTIN: You idiot!
BARTOK: All right now, sir. Take it easy there. Just remember what I said to you about stress.
RASPUTIN: I sold my soul for this. My life, my very existence, depends on it. And you almost destroyed it.
BARTOK: I get it. I get it. You break it, you bought it.
RASPUTIN: See that you remember, you miserable rodent!
BARTOK: Sure, blame the bat. We're easy targets.
RASPUTIN: What are you muttering about?
BARTOK: Anastasia, sir. Just wishing I could do the job for you, sir. I'd give her a... And a... And then a...
RASPUTIN: Oh, I have something else in mind. Something more enticing. Something really cruel.
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2 Anastasia goes to Saint Petersburg
3 Anastasia rise again
4 Something fine than train
5 Ready to become the Grand Duchess Anastasia
6 Claiming to be Anastasia
7 Anastasia found her family
8 Anastasia Imperial Highness