Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: [narrating] My father was on a world lecture tour. He took the family and my tutor to Florence. Florence, Italy, the most romantic city where everyone was in love with someone, or maybe just in love with love.
Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: All objects attract because of gravity.
Giacomo Puccini: Miss Seymour...
[starts to refill her glass]
Miss Seymour: Oh, no, really, one glass is enough for me.
Giacomo Puccini: Miss Seymour, in Italy, enough is barely legal. You are in my country, you must let me show you the way.
Giacomo Puccini: Italians are innovators because we are dreamers. And we take the time to dream of the impossible.
Giacomo Puccini: Art is elusive. It is not like the beauty of a woman.
Anna Jones: Music is a very special language. It can make you feel happy or sad or lonely. Just by the way the notes follow one another.
Giacomo Puccini: Anna, my life has been renewed from the moment I saw you.
Anna Jones: I cannot listen to this.
Anna Jones: My head is all turned around, I cannot think, you must leave me alone.
Giacomo Puccini: Never, I will not turn away from that which feeds my soul.
Giacomo Puccini: [to Anna] The train leaves at midnight. From that moment on we will be together forever. I know that you love me. I know it. Don't break my heart.
Miss Seymour: [to Anna] Henry looks more like his father every day.
Mimi: [moved to tears by Indy's story] Did she ever see him again?
Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: No, I don't think so.
Mimi: Did he write any more music?
Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: Oh, yes. 'La Fanciulla Del West'. An opera about an American woman of the old west who gives up her home and friends for the man she loves.