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SANCHO PANZA
Dying is such a waste of good health.
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ALDONZA
All right, you're a squire. How does a squire squire?
SANCHO PANZA
Well, first, I ride behind him. Then he fights. And then I pick him up off the ground.
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THE BARBER
[singing, of Don Quixote] I can hear the cuckoo singing in the cuckooberry tree.
SANCHO PANZA
[singing] If he says that that's a helmet, I suggest that you agree.
THE BARBER
[singing] But he'll find it is not gold and will not make him bold and brave.
SANCHO PANZA
[singing] Well, at least he'll find it useful if he ever needs a shave.
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SANCHO PANZA
Many a man has gone to bed feeling well, only to wake up the next morning and find himself dead.
DON QUIXOTE
That's a proverb.
SANCHO PANZA
Yes, Your Grace.
DON QUIXOTE
I don't approve of them.
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SANCHO PANZA
They say one madman makes a hundred and love makes a thousand.
ALDONZA
What does that mean?
SANCHO PANZA
I'm not sure.
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DON QUIXOTE
[about to attack the windmill] Ho, there, foul monster! Cease the knocking at thy craven knees and prepare to do battle!
SANCHO PANZA
[nearly simultaneously] Your Grace, I swear by my wife's little black moustache that's not a giant, it's only a... [with a yell, Don Quixote charges off]
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DON QUIXOTE
Dost not see? A monstrous giant of infamous repute whom I intend to encounter.
SANCHO PANZA
It's a windmill.
DON QUIXOTE
A giant. Canst thou not see the four great arms whirling at his back?
SANCHO PANZA
A giant?
DON QUIXOTE
Exactly.