Herbie Goes Bananas (1980)
D.J.: Let me ask you something. Why do keep calling this car Ocho? Can't you read the numbers?
Paco: Yeah. Five and three are eight. Anyone knows that.
Paco: What's your name?
[Herbie beeps twice]
[he beeps twice again]
Paco: I just call you Ocho, okay?
Aunt Louise: I think it's trying to tell us something!
Captain Blythe: It's a car, woman, not Lassie!
Captain Blythe: I can't believe this. Thirty years at sea, and I'm going to die in a bullring.
Aunt Louise: But Captain, how can a car release a boy with a key? Explain that.
Captain Blythe: I can't explain that anymore than I can explain the Bermuda Triangle, madam. Nor do I intend to try.
Aunt Louise: Captain, I am the sponsor of that little car. It's going to win the Brazil Gran Permio.
Captain Blythe: If you can bring that off, madam, I will not only part the Red Sea, I will tint it magenta!
Aunt Louise: Oh, but, Captain, I appeal to you as a woman. A desperate, helpless, single woman.
[Know Captain's feelings]
Aunt Louise: Spare that car.
Captain Blythe: Lorelei and all of her sirens could not make me veer one degree. My course is set!
Aunt Louise: Oh.
Captain Blythe: Ship's company. Stand to, to witness punishment.
Chief Steward: Sir. Some of the passengers might not understand.
Captain Blythe: I am simply abiding by the traditions of the sea, Chief Steward!
[Chief Steward salute the Captain of the Ship]
Captain Blythe: By the powers vested in me as the Captain of this Ship, I hereby deem this vehicle a menace to life and limb and the very safety of the vessel itself. I herewith commit it to the seas, and a fate well deserved. Doff hats. Seamen. Do your duty.