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Neil Armstrong (Character)
from Apollo 11 (1996) (TV)

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"From the Earth to the Moon: Can We Do This? (#1.1)" (1998)
[Gemini 8 has docked with the Agena Target Vehicle]
Neil Armstrong: Flight, we are docked. It's... really a smoothie.

[Gemini 8 has just made an emergency landing in rough seas]
Neil Armstrong: Na-Ha Rescue 1, Gemini 8... Na-Ha Rescue 1, Gemini 8...
[silence on radio]
Neil Armstrong: They ain't out there.
Dave Scott: Three to five foot waves, sure. They didn't say anything about these swells. The fumes from the heat shield really helped... ugh...
Dave Scott: [grabs bag and vomits]
Dave Scott: [recovering] Do you even think they know we're here, Neil?
Neil Armstrong: Not to worry Dave. If nothing else, we'll just float along to China. -Oh god, give me that bag!

Apollo 13 (1995)
Marilyn Lovell: Blanche, Blanche, these nice young men are going to watch the television with you. This is Neil Armstrong, and this is Buzz... Aldrin.
Neil Armstrong: Hi.
Blanche Lovell: Are you boys in the space program too?

Men in Black 3 (2012)
[the crew of Apollo 11 are watching the fight between on the launch tower between the agents and bad guys]
Buzz Aldrin: If we report this, they're going to scrub the launch.
Neil Armstrong: [Passively] I didn't see anything.

Destroy All Humans! 2 (2006) (VG)
Astronaut 'Carl' Armstrong: That's one small step for man, but one giant leap for mankind.
Colonel 'Biff' Aldrin: That's it? Where'd you find that, on the back of a cereal box?
Astronaut 'Carl' Armstrong: You don't like it? I thought it was profound.
Colonel 'Biff' Aldrin: Profound? You wouldn't know profound if it came up and hit you in the face.

Magnificent Desolation: Walking on the Moon 3D (2005)
Neil Armstrong: Mystery creates wonder and wonder is the basis of man's desire to understand.