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: He's important man, Mr. Calder, huh? Victor Parmalee
: In his pedestrian way. "Incorruptible Jim," I call him. Phaedra
: You know him a long time? Victor Parmalee
: Our paths have crossed and re-crossed: in Dresden, Rotterdam, Florence - wherever the Nazis looted. Raphaels, Rembrandts, even down to a dreary little china pot, which belonged to Madame Pompadour... there was always Captain Jim Calder of the U.S. Army, restoring priceless objects to their rightful owners - a typical middle-class gesture.
: You'll dive with Calder - dive all over the Aegean Sea. Except in one spot: the spot with the boy on a dolphin. Phaedra
: But sir... Victor Parmalee
: [Cutting her off
] Dive until he runs out of patience, runs out of ambition, out of money, out of oxygen, and hope! Phaedra
: [Tapping her finger to her temple
] Oh, Mr. Parmalee, you have plenty of noodle, you know? Victor Parmalee
: Thank you. Phaedra
: Now, we all have wine!