Roald Amundsen
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Roald Amundsen (Character)
from Race for the Poles (2000)

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The Red Tent (1969)
Aviator Lundborg: Men are risking their necks for fame, a medal, promotion, or money. What's wrong with money, mm? Just a means to happiness.
Roald Amundsen: But you don't look like a happy man, exactly. More like a man who's learned to be indifferent to unhappiness.
Aviator Lundborg: I'm glad you know it all, Mr. Amundsen.
Roald Amundsen: But you see, a man who is indifferent to his own unhappiness is indifferent to everything.

Gen. Umberto Nobile: What would you do?
Roald Amundsen: Forgive myself... and sleep. Sleep, my friend. That's the proper thing. And dream.


"The Last Place on Earth: Poles Apart (#1.1)" (1985)
Fridtjof Nansen: I've always found it unwise to underestimate the British.
Roald Amundsen: Why? Experience teaches them only one thing: that they are British, and therefore pre-eminent. But Nature is deaf to such things: she cannot hear the tunes of glory.