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AMALTHEA: Prince Lir!
PRINCE LIR: You would've gone without me?
AMALTHEA: I would've come back. I don't know why I'm here or who I am, but I would've come back.
PRINCE LIR: No. You would never have come back.
MOLLY GRUE: Never mind all that. Where's Schmendrick? Where is he? I'll go back myself if you won't. Schmendrick!
SCHMENDRICK: It's all right. It's not deep. How did you know how to get here?
PRINCE LIR: What is there to know? I saw where she had gone, and I followed.
SCHMENDRICK: Haggard has destroyed the clock. Now there's no way back and no way out but through the Red Bull's passage.
SCHMENDRICK: And the rest, you know.
We came here seeking unicorns and we have possibly found them
PRINCE LIR: I used to have a dream, over and over, about standing at my window in the middle of the night and seeing the bull. The Red Bull...
SCHMENDRICK: Yes, driving unicorns into the sea. It was no dream. Haggard has them all, now, drifting in and out on the tides for his delight. All but one. That one is the Lady Amalthea.
PRINCE LIR: Unicorn, mermaid, sorceress. No name you would give her would surprise or frighten me. I love whom I love.
SCHMENDRICK: Well, that's a very nice sentiment, but when I change her back into her true self...
PRINCE LIR: I love whom I love.
MOLLY GRUE: I heard what you said.
AMALTHEA: I will go no further.
SCHMENDRICK: There's no choice. We have to go on.
AMALTHEA: Don't let him change me! The Red Bull has no care for human beings. We may walk out past him and get away.
SCHMENDRICK: If we do that, all of the unicorns of the world will remain prisoners forever except one, and she will grow old and die.
AMALTHEA: Everything dies. I want to die when you die. I'm no unicorn, no magical creature. I'm human! And I love you. Don't let him! Lir, I will not love you when I'm a unicorn.
PRINCE LIR: Amalthea, don't.
SCHMENDRICK: Then let the quest end here. I don't think I could change you back even if you wished it. Marry the prince and live happily ever after.
AMALTHEA: Yes, that is my wish.
PRINCE LIR: No. Milady, I am a hero, and heroes know that things must happen when it is time for them to happen. A quest may not simply be abandoned. Unicorns may go unrescued for a long time, but not forever. The happy ending cannot come in the middle of the story.
MOLLY GRUE: But what if there isn't a happy ending at all?
There are no happy endings, because nothing ends.
MOLLY GRUE: Schmendrick, let her stay the way she is. Let her be.
SCHMENDRICK: That's not in the story. Lir knows that, and so does she.
MOLLY GRUE: You don't care! You don't care what happens to her, or to the others, just so you become a real magician at last. You don't care!
SCHMENDRICK: Well, I wish I didn't! I wish to God I didn't care about anything but my magic! But I do! I do...
MOLLY GRUE: Schmendrick!
SCHMENDRICK: Molly, he knows! He knows!
AMALTHEA: My ankle! Help!
PRINCE LIR: Amalthea! Don't move!
MOLLY GRUE: She'll be killed!
PRINCE LIR: Amalthea! Look! Do something! You have the power! I will kill you if you don't do something.
SCHMENDRICK: I cannot!
Not all the magic in the world can help her now.
MOLLY GRUE: What is magic for? What is the use of wizardry if it cannot even save a unicorn?
SCHMENDRICK: That's what heroes are for.
PRINCE LIR: Of course, that's exactly what heroes are for.
MOLLY GRUE: No!
SCHMENDRICK: She's attacking!
MOLLY GRUE: She's fighting back!
KING HAGGARD: The last! I knew you were the last!
MOLLY GRUE: Oh, you stayed. You stayed.
PRINCE LIR: Father? Father, I had that same dream. No, I was dead.
UNICORN: I remember you. I remember.
PRINCE LIR: I will miss you. I never had any friends before.
SCHMENDRICK: We will come back.
PRINCE LIR: I wish I could see her just once more to... to tell her all that's in my heart. She will never know what I really meant to say.
SCHMENDRICK: She will remember your heart when men are fairy tales in books written by rabbits. Of all unicorns, she is the only one who knows what regret is. And love.
SCHMENDRICK: Come, then. Come with me.
MOLLY GRUE: I will.
UNICORN: You are a true wizard now, as you always wished. Does it make you happy?
SCHMENDRICK: Well, men don't always know when they're happy. But I think so. And you?
UNICORN: I'm a little afraid to go home. I have been mortal, and some part of me is mortal yet. I'm no longer like the others, for no unicorn was ever born who could regret. But now, I do. I regret.
SCHMENDRICK: I am sorry. I have done you evil, and I cannot undo it.
UNICORN: No. Unicorns are in the world again. No sorrow will live in me as long as that joy, save one. And I thank you for that part, too. Farewell, good magician. I will try to go home.
Also you can watch songs from original The Last Unicorn soundtrack and other parts of film
The Last Unicorn
That's All I've Got To Say
Now That I'm A Woman
In The Sea (Where do unicorns go?)
The Last Unicorn (1982)
A real unicorn is not just a horse
Schmendrick frees Unicorn from Mommy Fortuna
Captain Cully and his band of free men
A unicorn turn into a human body
King Haggard and Prince Lir
A way down to the Red Bull
Unicorns are in the world