"Your time for revenge is at hand."
"Oh no ..."
"I know this music."
Dimmesdale's declaration of love for Hester.
"Good day, Mistress Prynne."
"Good morrow -- may I be of assistance?"
Dimmesdale's sermon to the congregation
"My thoughts turn to you, my immortal beloved."
"What? What? What? You've got 200 men and you can't find one man and a girl? Did you find the girl?"
"I like these calm little moments before the storm ... reminds me of Beethoven."
"You don't like Beethoven. You don't know what you're missing. Overtures like that get my juices flowing ... "
"I have a lot of respect for your business, Tony. When you've killed for us in the past, we've always been satisfied."
"They got everything here from a diddle-eyed Joe to a damned if I know."
"Is today whiteboy day? No man, it ain't whiteboy day."
"Now see, we're sittin' down here, ready to negotiate ... and you've already given up your shit."
"Do you believe in destiny? That even the powers of time can be altered for a single purpose ... The luckiest man who walks on this Earth is the one who finds true love ... "
"You really must excuse me if I don not join you, but I have already dined. And I never drink ... wine."
"It is no laughing matter!"
"I have crossed oceans of time to find you."
Dracula's evil laughter
Dracula speaks in his native tongue and then laughs - an extended version of the above sound.
Dracula: "Live ... I give you life eternal ... Everlasting love ... The power of the storm and the beasts of the Earth ... Walk with me to be my loving wife ... forever ... "
Mina: "I will ... oh, yes ... "
"I am the monster that breathing men would kill ... I am Dracula."
"Your impudent men with their foolish spells cannot protect you from my power. I condemn you to living death ... to eternal hunger for living blood."
"Velcome to my home."
Note: these are comedic sounds full of wordplay and should be heard to be appreciated to their fullest. Therefore I have included only a summary of the content.
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern speak with the Player King about Hamlet's affliction.
R & G discuss death, boats, and being.
Rosencrantz doubts England's existence.
R & G play a rousing game of questions.