Feedy dorribles, snarly snort horribold. Yes, well, I suppose we can work something out. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a 1968 British musical adventure fantasy film directed by Ken Hughes and written by Roald Dahl and Hughes, loosely based on Ian Fleming's 1964 novel Chitty-Chitty-Bang-Bang: The Magical Car. There is an entire kingdom made up of buffoonish Germanic stereotypes who are more bumbling than menacing. Just sit tight, while I lower this hair- cutting machine. Coming in here and telling me how to raise my children. I'm sorry to persist about this.
This in my whole lifelodes, this never could be seen, never. The baron never makes jokes. We passed a law against children. This lovely, lonely man I've only known a day I look at him and cannot look away Oh, what a love Oh, what a lovely, lonely man I've met so many men So easy to forget I thought I'd grown immune to them And yet He's such a love He's such a lovely, lonely man How did he touch my heart? Stand by the boats, man the grappling hooks and load the cannon. An experiment with a rocket ends when it sparks and catches fire, briefly putting its inventor at risk.
He's not doing very well, is he? He's a bit of an eccentric, sir. I don't think they realise how ridiculous that would be. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Finale Film Mix 20. If I don't finish this for the baron's birthday, I shall be a dead toymaker. When I first came here, I was a midget. We're going to be rich.
It needs cleaning up a little. Enter the Child Catcher, who lures the children with free lollipops and takes them away to the dungeon. Doll on a Music Box and Truly Scrumptious 16. A man with responsibilities can't have his head in the clouds all the time. Take your children and your good lady and get out of Vulgaria. We are going to fly.
Truly, you'll never believe it. This year, Your Excellency, I have surpassed even myself. One day at the beach, Caractacus tells Truly and the children a fanciful fable about the villainous Baron Bomburst Gert Frobe and his evil designs on the Potts family car. Get down there and search the cellar. Oh, the posh, posh travelling life, the travelling life for me First cabin and captain's table, regal company When I'm at the helm, the world's my realm And I do it stylishly Port out, starboard home, posh with a capital P-O- S-H - Schweinhund! Float over the cresty wave of the wart.
Come along, my little dears, my little mice. I don't trust a man who makes toys in a land where children are forbidden. What makes the questions worth the asking? Perhaps Your Highness would care to examine them. Oh, I'm so happy I could jump for joy! What have I made you? It got played a million times on the cheesy little record player — the entire family would sing along, filling our heads with delightful earworms. Artillery, prepare to open fire. Yoo-hoo, Bombie, wait for me! He says King Alfred used to live there a long time ago. Daddy said the car would be finished today.
You're my little chu-chi face And you're my teddy bear Together we're a chu-chi, wootchi, ootchi, kootchi - Chu-chi - Wootchi - Ootchi - Kootchi Chu-chi, wootchi, ootchi, kootchi Pair What a rotten birthday party. The most beautiful toy you ever bought me, my darling. It's more than spectacular To use the vernacular - It's wizard! Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 3 18. Come and get your lollipops. I can see a boat.
A musical morsel supreme Toot sweets, toot sweets The candies you whistle, the whistles you eat Toot sweets, toot sweets The eatable, tweetable treats Toot sweets, toot sweets The toot of a flute with the flavour of fruit Toot sweets, toot sweets No longer need candy be mute Don't waste your pucker on some all-day sucker And don't try a toffee or cream If you seek perfection in sugar confection Well, there's something new on the scene That mouthful of cheer That sweet without peer That musical morsel supreme Toot sweets A bonbon to blow on at last has been found Toot sweets, toot sweets With tweetable, eatable sound No, take it away. That's a clever thing to do. I have hundreds of dolls. Haven't they seen children before? They are completely cut off by the tide. The boiling point of your sugar is too high.
If you put her in the furnace, you'll be guilty of murder. All that to clean carpets? You ought to exercise more control over them. I know where we are, stupid! I'll see you tomorrow, Bill. Who wants sweets with holes in them? What none of us have noticed is while we've been sitting here the tide has been coming in. It's more fun with two grown- ups. I'll smash your teeth down your throat. You have a lot of hair.