Elizabeth Hawthorne: Mrs. Macready
Mrs. MacReady : Professor Kirke is not accustomed to havin' children in this house. And, as such, there are a few rules we need to follow. There will be no shoutin'. Or runnin'. No improper use of the dumbwaiter.
[Just as Susan is about to touch the nose of a marble bust on the stairway landing, Mrs. MacReady shouts]
Mrs. MacReady : NO... touchin' of the historical artifacts!
[Mrs. MacReady resumes her authoritative voice]
Mrs. MacReady : And above all, there shall be no disturbin' of the Professor.
Peter Pevensie : Mrs. MacReady?
Mrs. MacReady : I'm afraid so.
[pause as she looks the kids over and their meager baggage]
Mrs. MacReady : Is this it, then? Haven't you brought anything else?
Peter Pevensie : No, Ma'am. It's just us.
[Lucy nods her head yes]
Mrs. MacReady : Small favors.
[She nods her head for the children to climb into the horse cart]