Rasputin: I will not rest until I see the end of the Romanov line forever!
Young Dimitri: Come this way! Out the servants' quarters!
Dowager Empress Marie: So many lives were destroyed that night. What had always been was now gone forever. And my Anastasia, my beloved grandchild, I never saw her again.
Anya: I am grateful. Grateful to get away!
Anya: Whoever gave me this necklace must have loved me.
Anya: Send me a sign. A hint! Anything!
Anya: I don't have time to play right now, ok? I'm waiting for a sign.
Anya: Oh great. A dog wants me to go to St. Petersburg.
Anya: This place...it's like a memory from a dream.
Dimitri: Vlad, do you see what I see?
Anya: Are you Dimitri?
Anya (to Dimitri): What were you, a vulture in another life?
Vladimir (holding Pooka): Oh, who is this here? Ooh, ooh he likes me!
Anya: Are you trying to tell me that you think that I am Anastasia?
Anya: Dimitri! Dimitri, wait!
Anya: Pooka, we are going to Paris!
Bartok: Okay, okay, I get the message! Enough already with the glowing and the smoke, people!
Bartok: Oww! I tell you what...oww!
Bartok (holding Rasputin's eye): Whoa! That fell right out there, sir.
Barok: Is this the face of a bat who would lie to you?
Rasputin: Dasvidanya Anya, your grace!
Dimitri: So the mutt gets the window seat.
Anya: Dimitri, do you really think I'm royalty?
Vladimir: Oh no. An unspoken attraction?
Anya: Oh, sorry! I thought you were someone else...oh it's you. Well that's ok then.
Dimitri: What do they teach you in those orphanages?
Dimitri: Hand me the chain...Not you!
Dimitri (to Anya): If we live through this, remind me to thank you.
Dimitri: We're going to have to jump.
Bartok: I'd give her a HA! and a HI-YA! and a OUU-WA! And I'd kick her, sir.
Anya: Is this a person or a cream puff?
Anya: Show up, yes. Look nice, fine. But lie?
Anya: Look at me, Dimitri! I'm not exactly Grand Duchess material here!
Anya: I see a skinny little nobody with no past...and no future.
Vladmir (to Anya) : There's nothing left for you there, my dear. Everything is in Paris.
Dimitri: Here, I bought you a dress.
Bartok (to Rasputin): But you're dead! You're falling apart! How do you expect to get to Paris in one piece?
Anya: There was a boy, a boy who worked in the palace. He opened a wall...
Dimitri: She's the real thing, Vlad.
Dimitri: Princesses don't marry kitchen boys.
Empress Marie: Why the change of mind?
Anastasia (to Rasputin): I am not afraid of you!
Bartok: You're on your own, sir! This can only end in tears!
Rasputin: Say your prayers Anastasia! No one can save you now!
Anastasia: This is for Dimitri! This is for my family! And this...this is for you! Dasvidanya!
Sophie: It's a perfect ending!
Meg Ryan (voice of Anya) about Anya: "What I liked about her was that she was sassy and fiery, an independent spirit. She took a great risk and went towards the things she was afraid of. She had a dream of belonging and of being loved...and this is just an animated character! Through her journey she discovers not only her family, but the best within herself."