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: Will we ever understand these Eastern races?
: What do you expect to find in that tomb? Sir Lionel Barton
: A record, the golden plate, the threat of Genghis Khan's return, the golden mask he wore, and the famous golden scimitar. Nayland Smith
: Exactly, of course in your hands these things would be merely interesting archaeological specimens to go into British Museum, but should Fu Manchu put that mask across his wicked eyes and take that scimitar into his bony, cruel hands, all Asia rises. He'll declare himself Genghis Khan come to life again. And that, my friend, is what you have got to prevent. You must find that grave, and you must be the first to find it. And you must bring those pretty things back to England.
: [pointing to a snake
] Is this a friend of your family's? Fu Manchu
: It is not wise to insult your host, Sir Nayland. If it were not the easy way out, I would kill you now.
: The slightest move will send a bullet crashing through your stiff British spine. Nayland Smith
: Are you in the habit of shooting your enemies in the back? Fu Manchu
: Put your gun away. You may turn around. Ah, now that's better. Now we can talk like gentleman.
: You were the only worthy adversary I ever had Nayland, the only one. Nayland Smith
: But I hated you Fu. Oh God, did I hate you. Fu Manchu
: Yes, but they were the good old days.
Sir Dennis Nayland Smith
: You have nothing to celebrate, Fu Manchu. The arms conference is safe. You are beaten. Fu Manchu
: That is where you are wrong, Commissioner. In a few moments there will be no arms conference. Sir Dennis Nayland Smith
: You will release that girl now and order your men to line up over there. I will count three before I fire. One... two... Fu Manchu
: [to henchman
] Send her to the snakes!
[during a telephone conversation
] Dr. Fu Manchu
: Who is speaking, please? Sir Dennis Nayland Smith
: One of your oldest enemies, Sir Dennis Nayland Smith.