T.E. Lawrence: Henry, don't forget me.
Indiana Jones: I won't.
T.E. Lawrence: Will you write?
Indiana Jones: I will.
T.E. Lawrence: We gave the old men victory and they threw it away, we offered them a new world and they made the old one over again. Still, it might have been worse.
Indiana Jones: What?
T.E. Lawrence: I said, might have been worse!
Gaston: One day, I'm going to have a medal of my own.
Indiana Jones: Really?
Gaston: When the next war comes.
Indiana Jones: What if another war doesn't come?
Gaston: Don't be silly. Of course there'll be a next war.
Indiana Jones: Who will you fight?
Gaston: The Germans, of course!
Amy: Don't worry. I'm sure that deep, deep down your father hasn't changed one bit.
Indiana Jones: That's what I'm afraid of...
Nancy: Well when did you get back?
Indiana Jones: Just now.
Nancy: Oh, you should have told us. Why, we would have met you with... oh, the band and everything. Given you a real heroes welcome.
Indiana Jones: I don't know if I care for that too much.
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: Well. I see you're back from your little adventure. You're room's as you left it.
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: When I said diner was at seven thirty, I did not mean seven fifty two.
Indiana Jones: Space travel, it's... it's always been such a joke.
Professor Robert Goddard: Every vision's a joke until the first man accomplishes it.
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: I decline to continue this conversation.
Indiana Jones: What?
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: Be silent.
Indiana Jones: You're just mad at me because I left for the war without discussing it with you.
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: That subject is closed.
Indiana Jones: You'll never change, will you. You can't. You never could. Not even when mother was alive.
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: How dare you.
Indiana Jones: Not even...
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: How dare you mention your mother to you. Don't even let me hear you speak of her.
Indiana Jones: Why shouldn't I? You never did one thing to maker her happy and now you're taking it all out on me.
Professor Henry Jones, Sr.: Why you ignorant, ungrateful, unfeeling young...
Indiana Jones: Unfeeling? I'm unfeeling? No, no, you're the one that's unfeeling.
Amy: Poor man.
Indiana Jones: Poor man?
Amy: Sure. Can't you see how lonely he is? How sad he must be feeling?
Indiana Jones: My father doesn't have feelings.