Mata Hari: War isn't everywhere, there is still beauty in this world.
Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: Till the end, she thought that one of her Prince Charming's would come to rescue her. I'll always be sorry it couldn't have been me.
Remy: Who is she? What is she like?
Indiana Jones: She's incredible.
Remy: They all are, what else?
Indiana Jones: Incredible is enough, for the moment.
Genevieve: Too bad that moment doesn't last.
Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: In my years I have found that sometimes truth is more fantastic than what you read here. Why, I remember when I was in France during the Great War. I was on leave from the front and as a young man I felt I had to to try to squeeze as much life as I possibly could into those few precious days away from battlefields and death. What I was looking for, was a sweeter, softer kinder of adventure.
Prof. Levi: [reading a letter from Indy's father] You may inform him that I greatly encourage him to renew his educational pursuits at the university of his choice. He need no longer concern himself about my view in this matter.
Indiana Jones: I don't have to go to Princeton?
Mrs. Annabelle Levi: That my dear Henri, is the infamous Mata Hari. She is a scandalous so called 'performer'.
Prof. Levi: She is an artistic dancer, my love.
Mrs. Annabelle Levi: Dancer my eye! She prances around taking off her clothes. I hardly call that artistic.
Indiana Jones: [to Mata Hari] I've seen the palace dancers of Raj and Punjaab and... they don't compare to your extraordinary gift.
Mata Hari: A smart boy like you should transfer to Africa. I hear that the war is much safer there.
Indiana Jones: I hear it's much safer right here in your bed.
Mata Hari: Only for you, I think.
Remy: Have you fallen in love again?
Indiana Jones: No, not exactly. I mean it's not like it was with Vicky. I'm not really in love...
Genevieve: He's in heat!
[they all burst out laughing]
Indiana Jones: I never understood why people change their names.
Mata Hari: Is Henri Defence your real name?
Indiana Jones: Not exactly.
Mata Hari: When I lived in Java they called me Mata Hari, I means eye of the day and in my mind it suited me more than 'Margarite'.
Policeman #1: Corporal Defence. That's a strange name. You're American, are you not?
Indiana Jones: Yes sir, I am.
Policeman #1: You also go by the name of Henry Jones Jr.
Indiana Jones: Yes I do.
Policeman #2: Je suis ques le nomme de 'Indiana Jones'.
Policeman #1: And also Indiana Jones?
Indiana Jones: Yes sir.
Policeman #1: That's a very odd name. Why aren't you using your real name? What are you hiding?
Indiana Jones: Nothing!
Policeman #1: It says here that you're a Belgian. Did you lie about that?
Mata Hari: Life is a little bit easier if we don't always look at the hard truth.
Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: As I crossed the street I knew that I would probably never see her again. Little did I know that in less than a year, she'd be blowing a kiss to the firing squad.
Supermarket Woman: Was she really a spy?
Dr. Henry 'Indiana' Jones, Jr.: I don't know. No one knew for sure. I don't think she even knew.