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: [speaking of the disaster
] Reminds me of an air raid once that hit me in Chunking. John Kovac
: Reminds me of a slaughterhouse I once worked in in Chicago. Those Nazi buzzards - a tin fish ain't enough. They've got to shell us too!
: A guy can't help being a German if he's born a German, can he? John Kovac
: [referring to Willie
] Neither can a snake help being a rattlesnake if he's born a rattlesnake! That don't make him a nightingale! Get him out of here!
: [to Ritt
] What do you know about a ship? Connie Porter
: Among other things, he just happens to own a shipyard, that's all. John Kovac
: Has he ever been in it?
: As of now I'm skipper, and anybody who don't like it can get out and swim to Bermuda. What about that? Gus Smith
: I'll buy it. Stanley 'Sparks' Garrett
: Suits me. What about you, Miss? Alice MacKenzie
: I'm for it. George 'Joe' Spencer
: Yes, sir! Charles D. 'Ritt' Rittenhouse
: Well, if the rest agree. Connie Porter
: All right, Commissar, what's the course?
: [after the young German sailor pulls a gun
] The baby has a toy!
] John Kovac
: Ahoy there!
[climbs into boat
] John Kovac
: Lady, you certainly don't look like somebody that's just been shipwrecked. Connie Porter
: Man, I certainly feel like it.
: [last lines, translating the German soldier's words
] He said "Aren't you going to kill me?" Stanley 'Sparks' Garrett
: "Aren't you going to kill me". What are you gonna do with people like that? John Kovac
: I dunno. I was thinking of Mrs Higley and her baby. And Gus. Connie Porter
: Well. Maybe *they* can answer that.