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David Herdeg (Character)
from The Philadelphia Experiment (1984)

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The Philadelphia Experiment (1984)
[Trying to steal Allison's car]
David Herdeg: Where the hell's the clutch?
Allison Hayes: It's automatic!
David Herdeg: Get in, you're driving.

Major Clark: So, what did you think of 1984?
David Herdeg: Television was great.
Major Clark: You didn't see enough of it.

David Herdeg: You know, I got it all figured out... Navy owes me 40 years back pay.

Allison Hayes: Why'd you join the Navy?
David Herdeg: You know the old saying: girl in every port.

Jim Parker: Isn't that - water up ahead?
David Herdeg: No. This is a desert. And that's a mirage.
Jim Parker: [later, walking through the flooded plain] How much longer you think this mirage is gonna last?

David Herdeg: [to transvestite] What the hell are you dressed like that for?

David Herdeg: This now, this time, it's not ours. We weren't here when it happened. The experiment took place on a ship in a Philadelphia harbor. It was - 1943, October. Does this sound... crazy? You know, or is this sort of thing possible now?

David Herdeg: Whew. What is *that*?
Allison Hayes: Oh, I think it's a Porsche.
David Herdeg: Now that's *really* neat.

David Herdeg: What the hell have you done, Longstreet?

Sailor #1: Hey, there goes the whiz kid.
Sailor #2: Doesn't look too happy, does he?
David Herdeg: Maybe he knows somethin' we don't.
Sailor #1: Thanks, David, that's just what I wanted to hear.

David Herdeg: [sees President Ronald Reagan giving a speech on television] Hey, I know this guy. Is this another movie?
Allison Hayes: [smiles] No, David, it's not another movie.


Philadelphia Experiment II (1993)
Dr. William Mailer: What went through your mind on your way here?
David Herdeg: Truth is twisted, who's responsible?
Dr. William Mailer: Well, responsibility is, generally, one of those things claimed by the righteous, whereas consequences are assigned to the meek. What's your choice?
David Herdeg: Strength... to make the right choice.