Since its release in 1993, the fantasy comedy, Hocus Pocus has built up a strong and loyal following. The movie – about a teenage boy who inadvertently resurrects three witches on Halloween night – has become a perennial favourite, and is regularly watched by legions of fans every October 31st.

Filled with lashings of comedy, and some tongue-in-cheek performances, Hocus Pocus is devilishly good entertainment. It is also a movie jam-packed with some killer dialogue, including many memorable lines – and that is something worth celebrating!

In this post I am taking a look at the best Hocus Pocus movie quotes. There are no tricks here, only treats; so, if you continue reading, you will be greeted with great dialogue from this ever-popular movie!

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The best Hocus Pocus movie quotes

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Winifred Sanderson – “Oh, look. Another glorious morning. Makes me sick!”

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Winifred Sanderson – “My ungodly book speaks to you. On All Hallow’s Eve, when the moon is round, a virgin will summon us from under the ground. Oh oh! We shall be back, and the lives of all the children of Salem will be mine!”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Don’t get your knickers in a twist! We’re just three kindly old spinster ladies.”

Mary Sanderson – “Spending a quiet evening at home.”

Sarah – “Sucking the lives out of little children!”

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Thackery Binx – “You hags! There are not enough children in the world to make thee young and beautiful!”

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Max – “Let’s light this sucker and meet the old broads.”

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Winifred – “Hello Salem! My name’s Winifred, what’s yours?”

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Emily – “Thackery Binx, what took thee so long?”

Thackery Binx – “I’m sorry, Emily. I had to wait three hundred years for a virgin to light a candle.”

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Master’s Wife – “Aren’t you broads a little old to be trick or treating?”

Winifred Sanderson – “We’ll be younger in the morning.”

Master’s Wife – “Yeah, sure, me too.”

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Thackery’s Father – “Winifred Sanderson?”

Winifred Sanderson – “Yes?”

Thackery’s Father – “I will ask thee one final time.”

Winifred Sanderson – “Yes?”

Thackery’s Father – “What hast thou done with my son, Thackery?”

Winifred Sanderson – “Thackery? Hmm.”

Thackery’s Father – “Answer me!”

Winifred Sanderson – “Well, I don’t know. Cat’s got my tongue.”

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Jay – “Oh man, how come it’s always the ugly chicks that stay out late?”

Winifred Sanderson – “Chicks?”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Why? Why was I cursed with such idiot sisters?”

Sarah – “Just lucky, I guess.”

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Mary Sanderson – “Sisters, Satan has married Medusa. See the snakes in her hair.”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Sisters! Behold!”

Sarah – “I am beautiful! Boys will love me!”

Mary Sanderson – “We’re young!”

Winifred Sanderson – “Well younger. But! It’s a start!”

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Master’s Wife – “Okay that’s it, party’s over! Get out of my house!”

Master – “Now, pudding face.”

Master’s Wife – “Shove it, Satan!”

Sarah – “Ooh. Thou mustn’t speak to Master in such a manner.”

Master – “They call me Master.”

Master’s Wife – “Wait ’til you see what I’m gonna call you. Now, tart-face, take your Clark bars and get out of my house!”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Twist the bones and bend the back.”

Sarah, Mary Sanderson – “Itch-it-a-cop-it-a-Mel-a-ka-mys-ti-ca.”

Winifred Sanderson – “Trim him of his baby fat.”

Sarah, Mary Sanderson – “Itch-it-a-cop-it-a-Mel-a-ka-mys-ti-ca.”

Winifred Sanderson – “Give him fur black as black, just…”

Mary Sanderson – “Like…”

Sarah – “This!”

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Mary Sanderson – “It’s the chocolate covered finger of a man named Clark!”

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Max – “Oh! Dad.”

Dave – “It’s not Dad. It’s Dadcula.”

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Dani – “It doesn’t matter how young or old you are, you sold your soul! You’re the ugliest thing that ever lived, and you know it!”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Well, tell me friend, what is this contraption?”

Bus Driver – “I call it a bus.”

Winifred Sanderson – “A bus. And its purpose?”

Bus Driver – “To convey gorgeous creatures such as yourselves to your most… forbidden desires.”

Winifred Sanderson – “Well, fancy! We desire children.”

Bus Driver – “Hey, it may take me a couple of tries, but I don’t think there’s gonna be a problem.”

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Sarah – “Come little children, I’ll take thee away / Into a land of enchantment / Come little children, the times come to play / Here in my garden of magic.”

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Winifred Sanderson – “You know, I’ve always wanted a child. And now I think I’ll have one on toast!”

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Dani – “This cat here, Binx, right? He can talk. My brother’s a virgin: he lit the black flame candle. The witches are back from the dead and they’re after us. We need help.”

Jenny – “How much candy have you had, honey?”

Dani – “Mom, I haven’t O.D.’d. I haven’t even had a piece. They’re real witches, they can fly, and they’re gonna eat all the kids in Salem. They’re real!”

Jenny – “All right, let’s just find your father.”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Sisters, All Hallow’s Eve has become a night of frolic, where children wear costumes and run amok!”

Sarah – “Amok!”

(Dances around)

Sarah – “Amok, amok, amok, amok, amok.”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Hello, I want my book. Bonjour, je veux mon livre.”

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Sarah – “Farewell, mortal bus boy!”

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Winifred Sanderson – “Unfaithful lover long since dead. Deep asleep in thy wormy bed. Wiggle thy toes, open thine eyes, twist thy fingers toward the sky. Life is sweet, be not shy. On thy feet. So sayeth I!”

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And finally…

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Billy Butcherson – “Go to hell!”

Winifred Sanderson – “Oh! I’ve been there, thank you. I found it quite lovely.”

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