Toby: You were right, Rabbit. Love makes us real.

[first lines]

[sound of train station noises and chatter]

Toby: [staring at train] Whoa.

John: Toby. Stay with me.

Rabbit: Oh, hi there. Hey, look at that!

Toby: You're alive! You talk?

Rabbit: [giggles] Guess so.

Toby: But - you're just - a stuffed -

[gives him a small poke]

Rabbit: Hey! Hee hee hee!

Toby: - toy.

Rabbit: I am.

Toby: [magically becomes animated] What's happening? I was just wishing you were alive, then...

Rabbit: You imagined me to life? Wow! You're pretty good.

Toby: Um, thanks.

Mom: [holding on to a bicycle] I'm going to hold on to the saddle until you're ready for me to let go again.

Toby: I didn't know you could do this, Nana.

Mom: Oh, I wasn't aware of many things I could do until recently.

[last lines]

Toby: [swings at and hits a baseball] I hit it! I hit it! Yeah, I hit it! I can't believe it!

John: Okay, go!

[Toby runs off happily to find the ball. Nana throws it back. Snow begins to fly. The camera focuses on the live rabbit, who is watching from a ledge in the distance]

Toby: What did I do wrong?

Rabbit: Swan's the bird.

[Flaps his hands and Toby grabs him as he slightly falls]

Rabbit: Maybe she knows. Swan!

Swan: Absolutely not. I stopped giving these lessons long ago. Now come down from there immediately.

Rabbit: [to Toby] Do you think you can fly?

Rabbit: Don't be afraid, Toby. Just throw your heart into it, and the rest of you will follow.

Rabbit: You have to believe it Everything that is real is imagined first.

[from deleted scene]

John: [to Toby] Now I'll be gone in a few weeks. New York is practically next door. And remember you are a little gentleman. Your grandmother will not tolerate any misbehavior. Same rules we have at home. I was here as well

Toby: Yes, father. Will I see you at Christmas?

John: That won't be possible.

John: [to Toby] Remember you are a little gentleman. Your grandmother will not tolerate any misbehavior

Toby: Yes, father. Will I see you at Christmas?

John: That won't be possible.

[Toby starts to cry, a bit]

John: No tears.

[John ends the conservation with Toby as he stands up]

John: [to Ellen] I'll see you in a few weeks.

[John leaves to get back aboard on the train]

[Toby enters Grandmother Ellen's house. Ellen enters as well]

Grandmother Ellen: I do not permit ruining in the house. Wet shoes are to be left in the foyer.

[From Toby's point-of-view, he sees a picture of John and his mother in a wedding]

Grandmother Ellen: [offscreen] Jackets are to be hung up. And meals are to be eaten in the kitchen.

Toby: Yes, ma'am. You have a nice house.

Grandmother Ellen: Let's keep it that way, shall be? My bridge group is arriving any minute. You may stay quietly upstairs until dinnertime.

Grandmother Ellen: It was nonsense then and it's nonsense now.