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"Braveheart" (1995) - Quotes from a Classic Quiz


This is a quiz on quotes from Mel Gibson's classic film if you have seen it a few times. Hope you enjoy it!

A multiple-choice quiz by spoonable. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
spoonable
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
340,049
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
7 / 10
Plays
974
Awards
Top 20% Quiz
Last 3 plays: screwlogins (8/10), Guest 74 (3/10), Guest 108 (6/10).
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Question 1 of 10
1. "Smart enough to get a dagger past your guards, old man." Which character says this? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Which of the following quotes was NOT said by an English military leader in the film? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. "And if you would just lead them to freedom, they'd follow you. And so would I." Wallace says this to which character? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. "Tell me. What advice would you offer on the, uh, present, uh, situation?!" Which character says this quote? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. After William Wallace's famous and inspiring speech before the first major battle of the movie, he yells, "Alba gu brąth!" What does this Gaelic phrase mean in English? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. "I could crush you. Like a worm." Who says this competitive quote? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. "We do not have to feed them, just fight them!" Who says this line? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. Who strongly states the following quote in the Latin language? "I never lie. But I am a savage. Or in French if you prefer." Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. "Land. Titles. Men. Power. Nothing." Who utters this quote to his father? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. "You see, death comes to us all. But before it comes to you, know this. Your blood dies with you. A child who is not of your line grows in my belly. Your son will not sit long at the throne I swear it."

Upon hearing this unsettling news, Longshanks orders Princess Isabelle's death.



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. "Smart enough to get a dagger past your guards, old man." Which character says this?

Answer: Stephen

Stephen is an Irishman joining Wallace's party shortly before the Battle of Stirling. At first, Stephen comes off as a bit insane but soon gathers the respect of Wallace after saving his life. Stephen says this quote to Campbell (Hamish's father) after he declares Stephen is an "insane Irish!"

Stephen is one of the more comical characters in the movie as he proclaims to be an equal with God and converses with Him regularly.
2. Which of the following quotes was NOT said by an English military leader in the film?

Answer: "I want this Wallace's head on a platter. Send the cavalry!"

The actual quote is: "I want this Wallace's heart on a plate! Archers!"

The arrogance of the commander presiding over the Battle of Stirling leads to his downfall. He retreats from the battle once his army is destroyed by the Scots. Soon after this victory, Wallace sacks the city of York.
3. "And if you would just lead them to freedom, they'd follow you. And so would I." Wallace says this to which character?

Answer: Robert the Bruce

Wallace certainly has a way with words. He respects Robert as Robert respects him. Unfortunately, Robert betrays Wallace later in the film when he takes sides with Longshanks under his father's advice. In the final scene of the movie, disgusted with betrayal and disloyalty to his country, Robert finally leads the Scots to victory.

His memorable final quote is: "You have bled with Wallace! Now bleed with me."
4. "Tell me. What advice would you offer on the, uh, present, uh, situation?!" Which character says this quote?

Answer: King Edward (Longshanks)

This reactionary sentiment spoken by Longshanks to Phillip (his son's lover). Prince Phillip has declared Phillip his High Counselor. The king does not agree with his son's choice and thus says: "Is he qualified?"

The king does not approve of his "gentle son" or his lover Phillip (whom he proceeds to throw out of a window). After this hateful act, the King is heard coughing for the first time. This leads to his death as he gets sicker through the rest of the film's progression. With the combination of Wallace's winning assaults on England as well as the realization that his son will not make a strong king, Longshanks shows signs of defeatism.

In the DVD commentary, Mel Gibson says he is sorry that some people found this scene funny. He also says the literal term for throwing someone out of a window is defenestration.
5. After William Wallace's famous and inspiring speech before the first major battle of the movie, he yells, "Alba gu brąth!" What does this Gaelic phrase mean in English?

Answer: "Scotland forever"

In this chilling moment Wallace inspires the outnumbered Scots to fight for their freedom. The army is beginning to flee the battlefield already feeling defeated. Wallace makes them believe that without freedom and under British rule, their lives are not worth living but certainly worth fighting for.
6. "I could crush you. Like a worm." Who says this competitive quote?

Answer: Hamish

Hamish offers this challenge to Wallace when throwing stones. Wallace does not think that the test of a soldier is in his arm, but instead in his head. Wallace has always outwitted Hamish when using rocks as throwing weapons. Hamish does not crush Wallace with his stone. Wallace, instead, hits Hamish between the eyes with a smaller throwing rock.

Despite their competitive nature, Wallace and Hamish are lifelong friends.
7. "We do not have to feed them, just fight them!" Who says this line?

Answer: Malcolm Wallace

Malcolm Wallace is William's father and certainly is just as courageous as his son turns out to be. Unfortunately, Malcolm is soon killed leaving William orphaned. He goes to live with his uncle Argyle shortly after the funeral. His uncle is determined to educate William with both intelligence and physical strength. These attributes help to make William a genuine leader.
8. Who strongly states the following quote in the Latin language? "I never lie. But I am a savage. Or in French if you prefer."

Answer: William Wallace

Wallace says this to Princess Isabelle upon first meeting with her. She is very curious about what type of personality Wallace possesses. She is very surprised that he not only speaks Latin, but also French (her native language). Isabelle and Wallace develop a very short-lived love affair which results in her pregnancy with Wallace's child.
9. "Land. Titles. Men. Power. Nothing." Who utters this quote to his father?

Answer: Robert the Bruce

After Robert betrays Wallace he develops a great hatred for himself and his father. Wallace does not exact revenge upon Robert as he does Mornay and Lochlan. Robert will become the King of Scotland and it is apparent that Wallace still holds some trust for him and the future. Robert is the only noble with whom Wallace feels friendship since, even after his betrayal at Falkirk, Robert saves Wallace from being captured by British soldiers.

It is finally at the hands of Robert's father that Wallace is caught and turned over to Longshanks.

This action leads to Robert disowning his father.
10. "You see, death comes to us all. But before it comes to you, know this. Your blood dies with you. A child who is not of your line grows in my belly. Your son will not sit long at the throne I swear it." Upon hearing this unsettling news, Longshanks orders Princess Isabelle's death.

Answer: False

The king is on his deathbed and cannot offer any kind of response other than a dull cough.

With Wallace being made into a martyr, Isabelle at the throne of England and Robert at the throne of Scotland, the freedom of the Scots is won.
Source: Author spoonable

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