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Maleficent is an anecdotal character who shows up in Walt Disney Productions’ sixteenth energized highlight film, Sleeping Beauty. She is a detestable pixie and oneself declared herself as the “Special lady of All Evil” who, after not being welcome to a dedicating, curses the newborn child Princess Aurora to “prick her finger on the shaft of a turning haggle” before the sun sets on Aurora’s sixteenth birthday celebration.
She is voiced by Eleanor Audley, who prior voiced Lady Tremaine, Cinderella’s shrewd stepmother, in Cinderella. She fills in as a common rival in Disney’s House of Mouse, voiced by Lois Nettleton, and in the Kingdom Hearts computer game arrangement, voiced by Susanne Blakeslee. She is likewise a rival in the Disney Channel motion picture Descendants, depicted by Kristin Chenoweth.
In the enlivened film, Maleficent lands at King Stefan and Queen Leah’s stronghold during the initiating of their infant girl, the Princess Aurora. She communicates disappointment about not getting a grand welcome, to which one of the great pixies Merryweather answers that she was undesirable.
Infuriated, she gets ready to leave. Ruler Leah inquires as to whether she is affronted, making Maleficent deny her fierceness, and thusly offers to present a “blessing” on Aurora to demonstrate that she “bears no hostility”. Pernicious affirms that Aurora will develop in effortlessness and magnificence, “dearest by all who know her”, however as retribution for not being welcomed, she puts a revile on Aurora so that before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday celebration, she will prick her finger on the axle of a turning haggle.
Maleficent leaves with the Royal Guards who are unfit to hold onto her. Merryweather, who still has a blessing to give, can’t scatter Maleficent’s capacity, however can debilitate revile so Aurora will fall into a profound rest rather, with just a kiss from her genuine affection expected to stir her. Afterward, at her château in the Forbidden Mountains, a baffled Maleficent asks her brutal armed force for what good reason they have been not able discover Aurora, who had been covered up and raised by the three great pixies.
Baneful discovers that they have concentrated on scanning for a child the whole time, despite the fact that years have passed. She flies into a dangerous fierceness, and soon urgently trains her pet raven, Diablo, to discover Aurora. The feathered creature figures out how to prevail because of a mystical fight between two of the pixies, which uncovered their area.
On the night of Aurora’s sixteenth birthday celebration, after the three pixies have quickly disregarded the discouraged princess, Maleficent visits Aurora as a will-o-the-wisp, baiting the princess to a room where Maleficent changes into a turning wheel. Aurora pricks her finger on the axle, satisfying revile.
Later on, Maleficent and her goons catch Prince Phillip, Aurora’s genuine affection, and detain him. Evil at that point rests well, supposing she has triumphed. Evil later awakens and, by observing that Diablo has been gone to stone, finds that the pixies have liberated Philip from her cell.
She moves to the highest point of one of her palace’s towers and continues to shoot Philip with lightning, and after the great pixies foil these endeavors, she gathers a backwoods of thistles, through which Philip cuts out. Goaded, she overwhelms and goes up against him before King Stefan’s manor, and changes into an enormous dull winged serpent.
The three pixies cast an upgrading charm on Phillip’s Sword of Truth, which he tosses into Maleficent’s heart, mortally injuring her before she tumbles off the disintegrating precipice to her demise.
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“Royalty, nobility, the gentry, and … how quaint. Even the rabble.”
“Well, quite a glittering assemblage, King Stefan.”
“Away with him! But gently, my pets. Gently.”
“Oh, they’re hopeless. A disgrace to the forces of evil.”
“I really felt quite distressed at not receiving an invitation.”
“Oh dear, what an awkward situation.”
“Listen well, all of you.”
“Stand back, you fools!”
“Did you hear that, my pet?”
“My pet, you are my last hope. Circle far and wide. Search for a maid of 16 with hair of sunshine gold and lips red as the rose. Go, and do not fail me.”
“You poor simple fools, thinking you could defeat me. Me? The mistress of all evil? Well here’s your precious Princess!”
“Well, this is a pleasant surprise. I set my trap for a peasant, and lo, I catch a prince!”
“Oh come now, Prince Phillip. Why so melancholy?”
“The years roll by. But a hundred years to a steadfast heart are but a day.”
“A most gratifying day. For the first time in 16 years, I shall sleep well.”
“I’m not afraid.”
“Then *you’ll* be afraid.”
“What a glittering assemblage, King Stefan. Royalty, nobility, the gentry, and…”
“How quaint, even the rabble.”
“I must say, I really felt quite distressed at not receiving an invitation.”
“Oh dear! What an awkward situation. [Turns as if About to Leave]”
“Why, no. And to show I bear no ill will, I, too, shall bestow a gift on the child.”
“[Begins to Cast Her Spell] Listen well, all of you. The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who meet her.”
“Before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she will prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel, and fall into a sleep like death! A sleep from which she will never awaken!”
“I like you begging. Do it again.”
“The princess *can* be woken from her death sleep, but only by…”
“True Love’s Kiss! This curse will last till the end of time! No power on Earth can change it!”
“I had wings once, and they were strong. But they were stolen from me.”
“I call on those who live in the shadows. Fight with me now!”
“Royalty. Nobility. Gentry. How quaint. Even the rabble.”
“Of course you are!”
“[before kissing Aurora to awaken her from her enchanted sleep] I will not ask your forgiveness because what I have done to you is unforgivable. I was so lost in hatred and revenge. Sweet Aurora, you stole what was left of my heart. And now I have lost you forever. I swear, no harm will come to you as long as I live. And not a day shall pass that I don’t miss your smile.”
“I did, but they were stolen from me. That’s all I wish to say about it.”
“So big they dragged behind me when I walked. And they were strong. They could carry me above the clouds and into the headwinds. And they never faltered, not even once. I could trust them.”
“I like you begging. Do it again.”
“Go. Go away.”
“I don’t like children.”
“Oh, come on! That’s funny.”
“A forest of thorns shall be his tomb! Borne through the skies on a fog of doom! Now go with the curse, and serve me well! ‘Round Stefan’s castle, CAST MY SPELL!”
“Oh come now Prince Phillip. Why so melancholy? A wondrous future lies before you – you, the destined hero of a charming fairy tale come true. Behold – King Stefan’s castle. And in yonder topmost tower, dreaming of her true love, the Princess Aurora. But see the gracious whim of fate – why, ’tis the self-same peasant maid, who won the heart of our noble prince but yesterday. She is indeed, most wondrous fair. Gold of sunshine in her hair, lips that shame the red red rose. In ageless sleep, she finds repose. The years roll by, but a hundred years to a steadfast heart, are but a day. And now, the gates of a dungeon part, and our prince is free to go his way. Off he rides, on his noble steed, a valiant figure, straight and tall! To wake his love, with love’s first kiss. And prove that “true love” conquers all!”
“*No*! It cannot *be*!”
“Now, shall you deal with ME, O Prince – and all the powers of HELL!”
“Listen well, all of you.”
“The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who know her. *But*… before the sun sets on her 16th birthday, she shall prick her finger – on the spindle of a spinning wheel – and DIE!”
“Stand back, you fools!”
“It’s *incredible*! *Sixteen years* and not a *trace* of her! She couldn’t have vanished into thin air!”
“Are you sure you searched everywhere?”
“And what about the town? The forests? The *mountains*?”
“Yeah, we searched mountains and forests and, uh, houses and… uh, lemme see here… and all the cradles.”
“Yep, yep, every cradle.”
“Did you hear that, my pet? All these years, they’ve been looking for a baby.”
“Fools! Idiots! Imbeciles!”
“[alone with her pet again] Oh, they’re hopeless. A disgrace to the forces of evil.”
“My pet… you are my last hope. Circle far and wide… search for a maid of sixteen with hair of sunshine gold and lips red as the rose. Go, and do not fail me.”
“*Well*, quite a glittering assemblage, King Stefan. Royalty, nobility, the gentry, and…”
“…how quaint – even the rabble.”
“Touch the spindle. Touch it I say!”
“You poor, simple fools. Thinking you could defeat me. *Me*, the mistress of all evil! Well, here’s your precious *princess*!”
“[seeing captured Prince Philip] Well – this is a pleasant surprise. I set my trap for a peasant and LO! – I catch a prince! Away with him – but gently my pets, gently. I have plans for our royal guest.”
“When I was little, like Maleficent, I was told that I was different – and I felt out of place, and too loud, too full of fire, never good at sitting still, never good at fitting in. And then one day I realized something, something I hope you all realize. Different is good.”
“I know you, I walked with you once upon a dream.”
“Maleficent has suffered abuse in the past, and there’s a reason why she is now as furious as she is. And I think that children who have been outcast and abused in any way will relate to her. There’s a beautiful side to her; she’s not just a dark person. She has all these facets. And that is interesting.”
“The first draft you’re pretty much on your own, so I love that. I can let my imagination go wild. I just go crazy. Then, over the years – it takes years to write these things, to make these things come to pass – there are many, many, many drafts. For Maleficent, there were at least 15.”
“I wasn’t into fairytales when I was little. I was of the generation of the earlier Disney films where many of the female characters, with the exception of the Maleficent’s, were not little girls that I admired… the little princesses. They weren’t characters that I identified with. I think that’s very different now for my girls and more recent films.”
“Because we remember pain and the menace of death more vividly than pleasure, and because our feelings toward the beneficent aspects of the unknown have from the first been captured and formalised by conventional religious rituals, it has fallen to the lot of the darker and more maleficent side of cosmic mystery to figure chiefly in our popular supernatural folklore.”
“Tons of people want to see movies about women but they don’t want to make them. I don’t know why. I think that’s insane because look at some of these big movies like Maleficent, they’re huge. It’s ridiculous. So, it is really hard but I’m determined to do something about that.”
“Every night as I gazed up at the window I said softly to myself the word paralysis. It had always sounded strangely in my ears, like the word gnomon in the Euclid and the word simony in the Catechism. But now it sounded to me like the name of some maleficent and sinful being. It filled me with fear, and yet I longed to be nearer to it and to look upon its deadly work.”
“Not a day shall pass that I don’t miss your smile.”
“You poor, simple fools. Thinking you could defeat me.”
“You stole what was left of my heart.”
“No truer love.”
“Young Maleficent: Who are you?
Young Stefan: I’m called Stefan. Who are you?
Young Maleficent: I’m Maleficent.
[Balthazar says something in his own language to Maleficent]
Young Maleficent: Yes, right.
Young Maleficent: You have to give it back.
Young Stefan: Give what back?
[not fooled, Maleficent sighs and holds out her hand, Stefan takes out the jewel from his small bag and tosses it to Maleficent who throws it back into the water, she then escorts Stefan out of the Moors]
Young Stefan: If I knew you would throw it away, I would have kept it.
Young Maleficent: I didn’t throw it away. I delivered it home, as I’m going to do for you.”
“[as they reach his kingdom]
Young Stefan: Someday, you know, I’ll live there, in the castle.
[he points to the castle in the distance]
Young Maleficent: Where do you live now?
Young Stefan: In a barn.
Young Maleficent: So, your parents are farmers then?
Young Stefan: My parents are dead.
Young Maleficent: Mine too.
[Stefan looks at Maleficent for a moment]
Young Stefan: We’ll see each other again.
[Stefan starts to walk off]”
“Young Maleficent: You really shouldn’t come back here, you know. It’s not safe.
Young Stefan: And If I made that choice? if I came back, would you be here?
Young Maleficent: Perhaps.
[Stefan extends his hand to her and as she goes to shake it she gets a shock from his ring]
Young Maleficent: Ow!
Young Stefan: What’s wrong?
Young Maleficent: Your ring! Iron burns fairies.
Young Stefan: I’m sorry.
[Stefan takes off his ring and throws it away]
Young Stefan: I like your wings.
[Maleficent smiles to herself as Stefan turns and walks off]”
“Narrator: [voice over] Maleficent thought of how Stefan cast away his ring. He, who had so little in the world so that their hands might touch again. And her heart was moved. Thus did the young thief who had hoped to steal a jewel steal something far more precious.
[Stefan stands by the borders of the Moors and calls out to Maleficent]
Young Stefan: Maleficent! Maleficent!
[suddenly Maleficent flies in and lands beside him]
Young Maleficent: After all these weeks, look who came back.
Young Stefan: I thought it worth the risk. So, what do you do for fun?
[we see Maleficent and Stefan playing in the Moors, where he tries to hold on to her foot as she flies and then later she lets him touch her wing]”
“Narrator: [voice over] Stefan and Maleficent became the most unlikely of friends. And for a time, it seemed as if, in them at least, the old hatred between man and fairies had been forgotten. As it will, friendship slowly turned into something else.
[we see Stefan giving Maleficent a necklace]
Narrator: [voice over] And on her 16th birthday, Stefan gave Maleficent a gift. He told her it was true love’s kiss.
[now in their teenage years, we see Stefan kissing Maleficent]
Narrator: [voice over] But it was not to be.”
“Narrator: [voice over] As the years passed Stefan’s ambition called him away from Maleficent and towards the temptations of the human kingdom. While Maleficent, the strongest of the fairies rose to become the protector of the Moors.
[we see an adult Maleficent flying across the Moors looking beautiful and powerful]
Narrator: [voice over] Maleficent often wandered alone and sometimes wondered where Stefan might be. For she had never understood the greed and envy of men. But she was to learn. For the human king had heard of a growing power in the Moors, and he sought to strike it down.
[as Maleficent sits in the Moors, in the distance she spots King Henry and his army charging toward the Moors and she quickly flies off]
General: Guards, hold! Guards, hold!”
“[Henry and his army stop by the borders of the Moors, he turns to his army]
King Henry: There they are! The mysterious Moors where no one dares to venture for fear of the magical creatures that lurk within! Well, I say: Crush them!
[the soldiers cheer and just then Maleficent flies in to confront them]
Maleficent: Go no further!
King Henry: A king does not take orders from a winged elf.
[his soldiers laughs]
Maleficent: You are no king to me!
[Henry stares at Maleficent for a moment then addresses]
King Henry: Bring me her head.”
[the soldiers draw their swords]
[the soldiers starts charging towards Maleficent]
Maleficent: Arise and stand with me!
[the soldiers feel the ground shaking]
General: Hold the line!
[suddenly giant tree-like creatures sprout from under the ground]
General: It’s the dark creatures!”
“[more creatures join Maleficent]
[Maleficent leads her army of the forest guardians against Henry’s army, she swoops down and takes down the soldiers then comes across Henry]
[she knocks down Henry off his horse]
Soldier: To the king!
[as the soldier charge towards Maleficent, with few flaps of her wings, she throws them off their feet, she goes over to Henry who is lying on the ground]
Maleficent: You will not have the Moors! Not now, nor ever! You…
[suddenly Henry pushes her away, and as his armor is made of iron, it burns her, she then watches as Henry’s army retreats back to their kingdom]”
“[from his bed, Henry speaks to his men, including Stefan]
King Henry: When I ascended to the throne I promised the people one day we would take the Moors and its treasures. Each of you swore allegiance to me and to that cause…
[Henry starts coughing, Stefan goes over to him and places a pillow behind his head]
Stefan: Your Majesty.
King Henry: Defeated in battle. Is this to be my legacy? I see you’re waiting for me to die. It won’t be long, but what then? I will choose a successor to take the throne, to care for my daughter. Who among you is worthy? Kill the winged creature! Avenge me! And upon my death you will take the crown.
[later that night Stefan goes into the Moors to seek out Maleficent]
Stefan: Maleficent! Maleficent!
[as she does not appear, Stefan turns to leave when suddenly Maleficent flies in]
Maleficent: So, how is life with the humans?
Stefan: Maleficent, I’ve come to warn you. They mean to kill you. King Henry will stop at nothing. Please, you have to trust me.”
“[Maleficent and Stefan sit closely to each other by the river]
Narrator: [voice over] They spoke of many things and the years faded away. And she forgave Stefan, his folly and his ambition. And all was as it had been long ago.
[Stefan offers Maleficent some wine]
Stefan: Are you thirsty?
[Maleficent takes flask and starts drinking from it and soon she passes out as he’s drugged the wine]
[Stefan strokes her forehead then pulls out a knife to kill her, but he cannot bring himself to do it, he looks at her wings then takes out iron chain in order to use it to take her wings]”
“[the next morning Maleficent wakes, feels the pain on her back, and then starts wailing when she realizes her wings were stolen; Stefan then takes the wings to Henry]
King Henry: What is this?
Stefan: I have avenged you, sire.
King Henry: She is vanquished? Oh, you have done well, my son. You have done what others feared to do. You will be rewarded.
Stefan: I shall do my best to be a worthy successor, Your Majesty.”
“[back in the Moors Maleficent picks up a stick, transforms it into a scepter and then walks through the Moors until she finds the ruins where she sits to think, at the same time a raven appears but she sends it away, the next day Maleficent sees a man capture the raven with a net]
Farmer: I’ve got you! You wicked bird!
[Maleficent watches as the man is about to hurt the raven]
Maleficent: Into a man.
[she uses her magic to turn the raven into a man]
Farmer: It’s a demon!
[the man turns and runs off in fear, Maleficent then approaches the man-raven]
Diaval: What have you done to my beautiful self?
Maleficent: Would you rather I let them beat you to death?
Diaval: I’m not certain.
Maleficent: Stop complaining. I saved your life.
Diaval: Forgive me.
Maleficent: What do I call you?
Diaval: Diaval. And in return for saving my life, I am your servant. Whatever you need.
Maleficent: Wings. I need you to be my wings.
[as they walk off Diaval turns back into a raven and flies off to spy for Maleficent]”
“[Diaval arrives at the castle in his raven form to watch as Stefan is being crowned king]
King Henry’s Captain: I present to you the first of his line, His Royal Highness King Stefan.
[Diaval flies off to meet with Maleficent in the ruins and tell her the news]
Maleficent: He did this to me so he would be king.
[Maleficent screams and lets out a powerful blast of green light into the sky, which Stefan notices from his tower]
Diaval: Now what, Mistress?
[Maleficent turns and starts walking in anger through the Moors where the sky turns dark]
Creature: Her wings!
[she makes a throne using her magic, she sits at her throne with Diaval by her side and with unspoken words declares herself queen of the Moors, forming a dark oppressive kingdom]”
“[some time later, servants in the kingdom chatter about the birth of a baby girl]
Servant: It’s a girl!
Servants: It’s a girl! It’s a girl!
[Diaval who’s been spying flies off to the Moors to let Maleficent know of the news]
Diaval: Well, I saw nothing. But there’s been a, um…
Diaval: Child. King Stefan and the Queen have had a child.
Diaval: There will be a christening. They say it’s to be a grand celebration.
Maleficent: A grand celebration for a baby. How wonderful.”
“[the whole kingdom turns out for the celebration of the christening for Princess Aurora]
Narrator: [voice over] All manner of folk came to the christening, even a trio of fairies who sought to foster peace and goodwill.
Flittle: Oh, look, there’s the baby!
Thistletwit: I love babies!
Knotgrass: Can you just concentrate, please?
Knotgrass: I’m not telling you again.
[the three fairies fly over to Stefan and his queen, Leah]
Knotgrass: Greetings, Your Majesty. I am Knotgrass of the Moorland Fair Folk.
Flittle: I’m Flittle, Your Kingship.
Thistletwit: And I’m Thistletwit, Your Royalnesses.
Queen Leah: They bring gifts for our daughter.
Flittle: These are not just any old gifts, for, you see, we’re magic!
Knotgrass: And very good with children.
[Stephan looks at Leah and reluctantly agrees]
Stefan: Very well.”
“[the Knotgrass flies over to baby Princess Aurora who’s lying in her crib]
Knotgrass: Sweet Aurora, I wish for you the gift of beauty.
[Flittle comes over next]
Flittle: My wish is that you’ll never be blue, only happy, all the days of your life.
[finally Thistletwit comes over]
Thistletwit: Sweet baby, my wish for you is that you find…
[suddenly a great wind blows through the hall, we see Maleficent’s shadow walking towards Stefan and Leah]
[Maleficent, donning her trademark crown and black robes, stand before Stefan and Leah grinning sinisterly]
Maleficent: Well, well. What a glittering assemblage, King Stefan.
[she looks at the guests]
Maleficent: Royalty, nobility, the gentry, and…
[she laughs sinisterly again and looks at the fairies]”
Maleficent: How quaint. Even the rabble.
“Maleficent: I must say I really felt quite distressed at not receiving an invitation.
Stefan: You’re not welcome here.
[she does a mock offended look and then laughs]
Maleficent: Oh, dear. What an awkward situation.
Queen Leah: You’re not offended?
Maleficent: Why, no. And to show I bear no ill will, I too, shall bestow a gift on the child.
[Stefan rises in anger]
Stefan: No! We don’t want your gift!
[Maleficent approaches Aurora’s crib]
Knotgrass: Stay away from the princess!
Thistletwit: Yes, stay away!
[Maleficent uses her magic to toss aside the three fairies and they land inside a chest]”
“[Maleficent looks down at baby Aurora for a moment]
Maleficent: Hmm. Mmm. Listen well, all of you. The princess shall indeed grow in grace and beauty, beloved by all who meet her.
Queen Leah: That’s a lovely gift.
[Maleficent looks at Stefan]
Stefan: Don’t do this.
[Maleficent looks behind her and notices the spindle on a spinning wheel]
Maleficent: But before the sun sets on her sixteenth birthday, she will prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and fall into a sleep like death! A sleep from which she will never awaken!
Stefan: Maleficent, please don’t do this, I’m begging you.
Maleficent: I like you begging. Do it again.
[Stefan hesitates a moment before kneeling in front of Maleficent]
Stefan: I beg you.
Maleficent: Alright. The princess can be woken from her death sleep, but only by true love’s kiss. This curse will last till the end of time! No power on Earth can change it!
[with her blast of green light surrounding her she leaves, laugh sinisterly]”
“Narrator: [voice over] King Stefan ordered his men to seize every spinning wheel in the kingdom. The wheels were broken and burned, that they might never be used, and thrown into the deepest dungeon in the castle. Secretly, he entrusted the safety of the child to the magic of the pixies, who would take her to a remote hideaway for sixteen years and a day.
[we see Stefan handing baby Aurora to the fairies and they take her away to the woods]
Narrator: [voice over] Stefan shut himself behind the walls of his castle while his soldiers rode far and wide to hunt Maleficent down. But she made walls of her own, that the Moors might never again suffer the touch of any human.
[Maleficent uses her magic to grow massive thorned trees surrounding the Moors]
Narrator: [voice over] And she reveled in the sorrow that her curse had brought.”
“Narrator: [voice over] The fairies began their charge to raise Aurora in a snug little cottage in the woods.
[the fairies pull up in their carriage outside a cottage in the woods]
Knotgrass: Oh, no! Is this it?
Flittle: Looks dreadful.
Knotgrass: Come on.
[all three carry baby Aurora in her basket as they fly over to the cottage]
Thistletwit: Oh, we need a smaller…
[they nearly drop Aurora as she’s too heavy for them]
Thistletwit: Ooh! Baby.
Flittle: Or bigger bodies.
Knotgrass: No, what we need is a proper disguise.
Flittle: What do you mean?
[they set Aurora down in her basket]
Knotgrass: Well, we have to blend in, don’t we? We have to be big enough to look after this baby. So, gather around, ladies. Get ready. One, two, three, grow!
[all three spin and suddenly turn into human-like forms]”
“[after turning into their human-like form]
Knotgrass: Oh, that’s worked quite well. That’s very nice. Now, there will be no questions asked. We are no longer fairies. We are three peasant women raising our orphan child in the woods.
Knotgrass: So, uh, no more flying.
Thistletwit: No flying?
Knotgrass: No, no, and no magic.
Thistletwit: No magic?
[in their excitement they leave baby Aurora and walk over the cottage]
Knotgrass: Yes, you heard.”
“[Aurora starts crying]
Flittle: It’s in the middle of nowhere.
Thistletwit: At least no one will find us here.
[the three fairies enter the house forgetting Aurora, then Diaval appears in his bird form and lands on Aurora’s basket for a moment when suddenly Thistletwit opens the cottage door and rushes towards Aurora]
Thistletwit: There you are. Why are you always hiding?
[she picks up Aurora in her basket]
Thistletwit: Come on. There you go.”
“[Diaval takes Maleficent to the fairies cottage and creeps to an open window and looks inside where the baby Aurora is in her basket]
Maleficent: Hmm. It’s so ugly, you could almost feel sorry for it.
[baby Aurora smiles adoringly at Maleficent, she then pulls a frightening face at Aurora but Aurora just continues to smile at her]
Maleficent: I hate you. Beasty.
[Maleficent hears the fairies inside the cottage, turns and walks away]”
“Narrator: [voice over] The fairies were perhaps unequal to their task.
[baby Aurora cries as the three fairies try to work outside their cottage]
Flittle: Why is she crying?
Thistletwit: I think she might be hungry.
Knotgrass: Then feed her!
[as Flittle goes to get her some food we see Diaval spying on them in his bird form]
Thistletwit: Hungry baby.
[Flittle places some carrots across baby Aurora’s basket]
Flittle: There you are. There you go.
[Diaval shakes his head, and as the baby continues to cry Maleficent covers her ears in frustration]
Maleficent: It’s going to starve with those three looking after it.”