Verbal Tic: After Anna explains the phrase et cetera to the King, he acquires a tendency to insert it into several of his demands, songs, conversations, et cetera.
This line is spoken by King Mongkut of Siam (played by Yul Brynner) in the movie The King and I, directed by Walter Yang (1956). Based on the Rogers and. King : You think you teach King lesson, but this is one lesson you do not get paid for teaching! In the future, you will stop instructing wives and children in silly English song "Home Sweet House" to remind me of breaking promises I never make, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera! The King s two most familiar refrains and phrases are: Hah, and: Et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. They eventually come to love, admire and respect each other,.
Anna : Your majesty, I do not intend to have my boy brought up in a harem, and you did promise me a house; "a brick residence adjoining the palace those were your very words in the letter. Anna : I do not wish to leave them. I love them, too, quite extraordinarily, but I cannot stay in a country where a promise has no meaning. King : I will hear no more about this promise!