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DONKEY: Mmm, yeah, you know I like it like that. Come on, baby. I said I like it.
SHREK: Donkey, wake up.
DONKEY: Huh? What?
SHREK: Wake up.
Good morning. Hm, how do you like your eggs?
DONKEY: Good morning, Princess!
SHREK: What's all this about?
PRINCESS FIONA: You know, we kind of got off to a bad start yesterday. I wanted to make it up to you. I mean, after all, you did rescue me.
SHREK: Uh, thanks.
PRINCESS FIONA: Well, eat up. We've got a big day ahead of us.
SHREK: What? It's a compliment. Better out than in, I always say.
DONKEY: Well, it's no way to behave in front of a princess.
PRINCESS FIONA: Thanks.
DONKEY: She's as nasty as you are.
SHREK: You know, you're not exactly what I expected.
PRINCESS FIONA: Well, maybe you shouldn't judge people before you get to know them.
MONSIEUR HOOD: La liberte! Hey!
PRINCESS FIONA: What are you doing?
MONSIEUR HOOD: Be still, mon cherie, for I am you savior! And I am rescuing you from this green beast.
SHREK: Hey! That's my princess! Go find you own!
MONSIEUR HOOD: Please, monster! Can't you see I'm a little busy here?
PRINCESS FIONA: Look, pal, I don't know who you think you are!
MONSIEUR HOOD: Oh! Of couse! Oh, how rude. Please let me introduse myself. Oh, Merry Men.
PRINCESS FIONA: Man, that was annoying!
MERRY MAN: Oh, you little.
PRINCESS FIONA: Uh, shall we?
SHREK: Hold the phone. Oh! Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on now. Where did that come from?
PRINCESS FIONA: What?
SHREK: That! Back there. That was amazing! Where did you learn that?
PRINCESS FIONA: Well. When one lives alone, uh, one has to learn these things in case there's a. There's an arrow in your butt!
SHREK: What? Oh, would you look at that?
PRINCESS FIONA: Oh, no. This is all my fault. I'm so sorry.
DONKEY: Why? What's wrong?
PRINCESS FIONA: Shrek's hurt.
DONKEY: Shrek's hurt. Shrek's hurt? Oh, no, Shrek's gonna die.
SHREK: Donkey, I'm okay.
DONKEY: You can't do this to me, Shrek. I'm too young for you to die. Keep you legs elevated. Turn your head and cough. Does anyone know the Heimlich?
PRINCESS FIONA: Donkey! Calm down. If you want to help Shrek, run into the woods and find me a blue flower with red thorns.
DONKEY: Blue flower, red thorns. Okay, I'm on it. Blue flower, red thorns. Don't die Shrek. If you see a long tunnel, stay away from the light!
DONKEY: Oh, yeah. Right. Blue flower, red thorns.
SHREK: What are the flowers for?
PRINCESS FIONA: For getting rid of Donkey.
PRINCESS FIONA: Now you hold still, and I'll yank this thing out.
SHREK: Ow! Hey! Easy with the yankin'.
PRINCESS FIONA: I'm sorry, but it has to come out.
SHREK: No, it's tender.
PRINCESS FIONA: Now, hold on.
SHREK: What you're doing is the opposite of help.
PRINCESS FIONA: Don't move.
SHREK: Look, time out.
PRINCESS FIONA: Would you. Okay. What do you propose we do?
DONKEY: Blue flower, red thorns. Blue flower, red thorns. Blue flower, red thorns. This would be so much easier if I wasn't color-blind! . Blue flower, red thorns.
DONKEY: Hold on, Shrek! I'm comin'!
SHREK: Ow! Not good.
PRINCESS FIONA: Okay. Okay. I can nearly see the head. It's just about.
SHREK: Ow! Ohh!
SHREK: Nothing happend. We were just, uh!
DONKEY: Look, if you wanted to be alone, all you had to do was ask. Okay?
SHREK: Oh, come on! That's the last thing on my mind. The princess here was just. Ugh! Ow!
DONKEY: Hey, what's that? That's. Is that blood?
SHREK: There it is, Princess. Your future awaits you.
PRINCESS FIONA: That's DuLoc?
DONKEY: Yeah, I know. You know, Shrek thinks Lord Farquaad's compensating for something, which I think means he has a really. Ow!
SHREK: Um, I, uh! I guess we better move on.
PRINCESS FIONA: Sure. But, Shrek? I'm, I'm worried about Donkey.
PRINCESS FIONA: I mean, look at him. He doesn't look so good.
DONKEY: What are you talking about? I'm fine.
PRINCESS FIONA: That's what they always say, and then next thing you know, you're on your back. Dead.
SHREK: You know, she's right. You look awful. Do you want to sit down?
PRINCESS FIONA: Uh, you know, I'll make you some tea.
DONKEY: I didn't want to say nothin', but I got this twinge in my neck, and when I turn my head like this, look! Ow! See?
SHREK: Who's hungry? I'll find us some dinner.
PRINCESS FIONA: I'll get the firewood.
DONKEY: Hey, where you goin'? Oh, man, I can't feel my toes! I don't have any toes! I think I need a hug.
PRINCESS FIONA: Mmm. This is good. This is really good. What is this?
SHREK: Uh, weedrat. Rotisserie style.
PRINCESS FIONA: No kidding. Well, this is delicious.
SHREK: Well, they're also great in stews. Now, I don't mean to brag, but I make a mean weedrat stew.
PRINCESS FIONA: I guess I'll be dining a little differently tomorrow night.
SHREK: Maybe you can come visit me in the swamp sometime. I'll cook all kind of stuff for you. Swamp toad soup, fish eye tartare. You name it.
PRINCESS FIONA: I'd like that.
SHREK: Um, Princess?
PRINCESS FIONA: Yes, Shrek?
SHREK: I, um, I was wondering. Are you. Are you gonna eat that?
DONKEY: Man, isn't this romantic? Just look at that sunset.
PRINCESS FIONA: Sunset? Oh, no! I mean, it's late. I-It's very late.
DONKEY: Wait a minute. I see what's goin' on here. You're afraid of the dark, aren't you?
PRINCESS FIONA: Yes! Yes, that's it. I'm terrified. You know, I'd better go inside.
DONKEY: Don't feel bad, Princess. I used to be afraid of the dark, too, until. Hey, no, wait. I'm still afraid of the dark.
PRINCESS FIONA: Good night.
SHREK: Good night.
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After buying the rights to the film, Katzenberg quickly put it in active development in November 1995. Steven Spielberg had thought about making a traditionally animated film adaption of the book before, when he bought the rights to the book in 1991 before the founding of DreamWorks, where Bill Murray would play Shrek and Steve Martin would play Donkey. In the beginning of production, co-director Andrew Adamson refused to be intimidated by Katzenberg and had an argument with him how much should the film appeal to adults. Katzenberg wanted both audiences, but he found some of Adamson's ideas about adding sexual jokes and Guns N' Roses music to the soundtrack a bit too outrageous. Adamson and Kelly Asbury joined in 1997 to co-direct the film. However, Asbury left a year later for work on the 2002 film Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron, and was replaced with story artist Vicky Jenson. Both Adamson and Jenson decided to work on the film in half, so the crew could at least know who to go to with specific detail questions about the film's sequences; "We both ended up doing a lot of everything," Adamson said. "We're both kinda control freaks, and we both wanted to do everything."
Watch songs from original soundtrack and other parts of movie
My Beloved Monster
I'm a Believer
Welcome to Duloc
I'm on My Way
2 I stay with you
3 ogre champion in a quest
4 looking for the princess find a girl dragon
5 Helmet knight and noble steed
6 Blue flower with red thorns
7 Who could love a beast
8 True love first kiss