Hell and High Water (1954)
Hakada Fujimori: I am sorry to tell you, your friend is dead.
Captain Adam Jones: [stunned] Dead...?
Hakada Fujimori: His plane crashed returning from an Arctic expedition. No-one survived.
Captain Adam Jones: [sadly] He never *did* like to fly!
Prof. Montel: Each man has his own reasons for living, Mr. Jones, and his own price for dying.
Captain Adam Jones: The last time I tailed a freighter, my price was 650 a month, and I had to buy my own uniforms.
Captain Adam Jones: Look, uh, look before we go any further... exactly what country do you men represent?
Prof. Montel: We represent many countries... as private individuals. We are scientists, former statesmen, businessmen. All volunteers. Acting independently for a common cause. Against a common enemy.
[Capt. Jones is forced to sail before his submarine is fully ready for sea]
Captain Adam Jones: What about the "running dive test"?
Prof. Montel: As an amateur, might I suggest that we try the "running test" *while* we are running?
Captain Adam Jones: Doctor, there are about a hundred ways of losing a submarine, and *you've* just come up with one of the *best*! We haven't even checked the torpedo tubes yet! You know what that means if we have to 'call on fish'? *It means we're dead!