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Peter Ludlow (Character)
from The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)

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The Lost World: Jurassic Park (1997)
Dr. Ian Malcolm: When you try to sound like Hammond, it comes off as a hustle. I mean, it's not your fault. They say talent skips a generation. So, I'm sure your kids will be sharp as tacks.
Peter Ludlow: Hammond's reach exceeded his grasp. Mine does not.
Dr. Ian Malcolm: Taking dinosaurs off this island is the worst idea in the long, sad history of bad ideas. And I'm gonna be there when you learn that.

InGen Worker: You okay, Mr. Ludlow?
Peter Ludlow: I don't know, how do I look?

Peter Ludlow: Where's the crew?
InGen Worker: All over the place.

Peter Ludlow: Roland, there's a job for you in San Diego if you want it.
Roland Tembo: No thank you. I believe I've spent enough time in the company of death.

Peter Ludlow: Careful. This suit cost more than your education.

Peter Ludlow: [discussing the building of a Jurrasic Park in San Diego] the city of San Diego is already famous for its animal attractions... The San Diego zoo... Sea World... The San Diego Chargers.

Peter Ludlow: You know, it's very easy to criticize someone who generates an idea, someone who assumes all the risk. Someone who puts.

Dieter: Wait, what's that, veloc-o-?
Dr. Robert Burke: Velociraptor. Carnivore, pack hunter. About two meters tall, long snout, binocular vision, strong, dextrous forearms, and killing claws on both feet.
Sarah Harding: And the rex may continue to track us, too, if they perceive a threat to themselves or to their infant.
Dr. Robert Burke: No, no, you're wrong there, Dr. Harding. We'll lose them once we leave their territory.
Sarah Harding: No, don't bet on it. Tyrannosaurs got the largest proportional olfactory cavity of any creature in the fossil record with the exception of one.
Dr. Robert Burke: Right, right, the uh, turkey vulture. Could scent up to ten miles.
Peter Ludlow: Right, this is all very thrilling, but I say we should push on to the village, hmm?