Jack the Giant Killer (1962)
Walter Burke: Garna
Garna : Leaving so soon, princess? Why, your voyage has just begun!
Garna : Master! Master! Master Pendragon!
Pendragon : What happened?
Garna : Calamity, O Prince. Most faithful disaster.
Pendragon : The princess, where is she?
Garna : Cormoran is dead, slain by a young farmer. By now, the princess is back in her father's castle.
Pendragon : Impossible, you're lying!
Garna : I tell the truth, master, I swear it. He took her from me at the boat, and then kill the giant. I saw him with my own eyes.
Pendragon : Blundering fool! A fury take you to your torments, all of you!
[his hands pushes Garna's face]
Pendragon : I scheme a thousand nights, put the princess in your very hands and you, imbecile, idiot, allow a mere farmer, a mere mortal to defy me!
Garna : We have failed, master, we have failed.
Pendragon : But only for a moment. I shall have the princess and the farmer shall die. By all the powers of darkness, he shall die!
[a black bird arriving in Pendragon's castle. Garna is holding a black bird named Gaunt, running to Pendragon and the witches]
Garna : Master! Black Prince! Look, it has come from the castle!
Pendragon : So, you decided to visit us, eh, Gaunt? Bringing a little present.
[He unrolls the paper and sees the message about sailing]
Pendragon : She sails with the morning tide.
[turns to Tubo]
Pendragon : What kind of a voyage is it to be, eh, Tubo? Smooth and tranquil?
[Tubo and the witches laughing]