Indiana Jones: [dressed as the ticket-taker] Tickets please.
Colonel Vogel: [in German] What?
[Indiana punches him, picks him up and throws him out a window into a pile of luggage; the other passengers look at him, bewildered]
Indiana Jones: [pointing out the window at Vogel] No ticket.
[the other passengers all pull out their tickets and wave them furiously at him]
Fedora: You lost today, kid. But that doesn't mean you have to like it.
Sallah: Please, what does it always mean, this... this "Junior"?
Professor Henry Jones: That's his name.
[points to himself]
Professor Henry Jones: Henry Jones...
[points to Indy]
Professor Henry Jones: ...Junior.
Indiana Jones: I like "Indiana."
Professor Henry Jones: We named the *dog* Indiana.
Marcus Brody: May we go home now, please?
Sallah: The dog?
Sallah: You are named after the dog? HA HA HA...!
Indiana Jones: I've got a lot of fond memories of that dog.
Indiana Jones: Sallah, I said *no* camels. That's *five* camels. Can't you count?
Indiana Jones: [Lecturing in class] Archeology is the search for fact, not truth. If it's truth you're interested in, Dr. Tyree's Philosophy class is right down the hall. So forget any ideas you've got about lost cities, exotic travel, and digging up the world. We do not follow maps to buried treasure, and "X" never, ever marks the spot.
[Words he will learn to eat, upon following a series of Roman numerals through a Venetian library in order to locate a hidden passage. Said passage is marked with the Roman numeral for "10" - an "X"!]
[Nazi Colonel Vogel is torturing Henry to get answers]
Colonel Vogel: Tell me about this miserable little diary of yours. The book is useless and yet you come all the way back to Berlin to get it. Why?
[he slaps Henry in the face with his glove]
Colonel Vogel: Why?
[he slaps him again]
Colonel Vogel: What are you hiding?
[he slaps him again]
Colonel Vogel: What does the diary tell you that it doesn't tell us?
[he tries to slap him again; Henry grabs his wrist, stopping him]
Professor Henry Jones: [through his teeth] It tells me, that goose-stepping morons like yourself should try *reading* books instead of *burning* them!
[talking about how they both slept with the same woman]
Indiana Jones: It's disgraceful, you're old enough to be her... her grandfather.
Professor Henry Jones: Well, I'm as human as the next man.
Indiana Jones: Dad, I *was* the next man.
Professor Henry Jones: Oh... ships that pass in the night.
[Indiana and Henry are tied up]
Indiana Jones: Come on, dad. Help me get us out of here. We have to get to Marcus before the Nazis do.
Professor Henry Jones: But you said he had a two day head start. That he would blend in, disappear.
Indiana Jones: Are you kidding? I made all that up. You know Marcus. He once got lost in his own museum.
Elsa: It's perfectly obvious where the pages are. He's given them to Marcus Brody.
Professor Henry Jones: Marcus? You didn't drag poor Marcus along did you? He's not up to the challenge.
Walter Donovan: He sticks out like a sore thumb. We'll find him.
Indiana Jones: The hell you will. He's got a two day head start on you, which is more than he needs. Brody's got friends in every town and village from here to the Sudan, he speaks a dozen languages, knows every local custom, he'll blend in, disappear, you'll never see him again. With any luck, he's got the grail already.
[Cut to middle of fair in the Middle East, Marcus Brody wearing bright suit and white hat, sticking out like sore thumb]
Marcus Brody: Uhhh, does anyone here speak English?
Indiana Jones: [of Indy's new lover] How did you know she was a Nazi?
Professor Henry Jones: She talks in her sleep.
Professor Henry Jones: The Word of God.
Marcus Brody: No, Henry. Try not to talk.
Professor Henry Jones: The Name of God.
Indiana Jones: The Name of God... Jehovah.
Professor Henry Jones: But in the Latin alphabet, "Jehovah" begins with an "I".
Indiana Jones: J-...
[he steps on the "J" and almost falls to his death; he scrambles back up]
Indiana Jones: Oh, *idiot*! In Latin Jehovah begins with an "I"!
Street Vendor: Water?
Marcus Brody: No thank you, sir, no. Fish make love in it.
[Encountering a painting of the Ark of the Covenant]
Elsa: What's this?
Indiana Jones: Ark of the Covenant.
Elsa: Are you sure?
Indiana Jones: Pretty sure.
Indiana Jones: I'm like a bad penny, I always turn up.
Professor Henry Jones: Those people are trying to kill us!
Indiana Jones: [shouts] I know, Dad!
Professor Henry Jones: This is a new experience for me.
Indiana Jones: It happens to me all the time.
Professor Henry Jones: I suddenly remembered my Charlemagne. Let my armies be the rocks and the trees and the birds in the sky...
Professor Henry Jones: [accidentally shoots their own plane with the machine gun]
Indiana Jones: Dad, are we hit?
Professor Henry Jones: More or less. Son, I'm sorry. They got us.
[after commandeering a plane]
Professor Henry Jones: I didn't know you could fly a plane.
Indiana Jones: Fly, yes. Land, no.
[Indiana slips and nearly falls into the abyss, but Henry grabs his hand]
Professor Henry Jones: Junior, give me your other hand! I can't hold on!
Indiana Jones: [reaching for the Grail] I can get it. I can almost reach it, Dad...
Professor Henry Jones: Indiana.
[surprised, Indy looks up at his father]
Professor Henry Jones: Indiana... let it go.
[Indiana Jones and Professor Jones Sr. are trapped between a room on fire and a room full of Nazis]
Professor Henry Jones: Our situation has not improved.
[Vogel is holding Elsa hostage at gunpoint]
Colonel Vogel: Throw down the gun or the girl will die.
Professor Henry Jones: But she's one of them.
Elsa: Indy, please!
Professor Henry Jones: She's a Nazi.
Indiana Jones: What?
Professor Henry Jones: Trust me.
Elsa: Indy, help!
Colonel Vogel: I will kill her!
Professor Henry Jones: Oh yeah? Go ahead.
Indiana Jones: No! Don't shoot!
Professor Henry Jones: Don't worry. He won't.
Elsa: Indy, please do what he says!
Professor Henry Jones: And don't listen to her.
Colonel Vogel: Enough! She dies!
Indiana Jones: Wait! Wait.
[Indy tosses over the gun. Vogel lets Elsa go and she runs right into Indy's arms]
Elsa: I'm sorry.
Indiana Jones: Don't be.
[Elsa takes the grail diary from Indy's pocket, smiles, then hands it to Vogel]
Elsa: But you should have listened to your father.
Marcus Brody: Is there anyone here who speaks English? Or maybe even ancient Greek?
Elsa: [to Indy] I'll never forget how vonderful it vas.
Professor Henry Jones: Why thank you. It was rather wonderful.
Elsa: [kisses Indy] Zat's how Austrians say goodbye.
Colonel Vogel: Und zis is how ve zay goodbye in Germany, Dr. Jones.
[punches Indy with the head of his cane; Indy's head smacks into Henry's behind him]
Indiana Jones: I liked the Austrian way better.
Professor Henry Jones: So did I.
Professor Henry Jones: Elsa never really believed in the grail. She thought she'd found a prize.
Indiana Jones: And what did you find, Dad?
Professor Henry Jones: Me? Illumination.
Walter Donovan: However, your highness, we would not think of crossing your soil without your permission, nor of removing the Grail from your borders without suitable compensation.
Sultan: What have you brought?
Colonel Vogel: Bring den Schatz!
[two German soldiers place a chest containing golden treasures in front of the Sultan]
Walter Donovan: Precious valuables, your highness. Donated by some of the finest families in all of Germany.
[the Sultan turns and walks away before Donovan finishes speaking. He walks up to their staff car, a Rolls-Royce]
Sultan: Rolls-Royce Phantom II. 4.3 litre, 30 horsepower, six cylinder engine, with Stromberg downdraft carburettor, can go from zero to 100 kilometres an hour in 12.5 seconds. And I even like the color.
Walter Donovan: The keys are in the ignition, your highness.
Sultan: You shall have camels, horses, an armed escort, provisions, desert vehicles and tanks.
Indiana Jones: [as the room is burning] Dad!
Professor Henry Jones: What?
Indiana Jones: Dad!
Professor Henry Jones: What?
Indiana Jones: DAD!
Professor Henry Jones: WHAT?
Indiana Jones: Dad, head for the fireplace!
Professor Henry Jones: I'm sorry about your head though. But I thought that you were one of them.
Indiana Jones: Dad, they come in through the doors.
Professor Henry Jones: Ha, good point.
[to Indiana, while watching a Nazi parade and book burning]
Professor Henry Jones: My son, we're pilgrims in an unholy land.
Professor Henry Jones: Marcus.
Marcus Brody: Aah.
Professor Henry Jones: Genius of the res-to-ration.
[Brody finishes the handshake]
Marcus Brody: Aid our own re-sus-ci-tation. Henry, what are you doing here?
Professor Henry Jones: It's a rescue. Come on.
[the Nazis catch both Marcus and Henry]
Elsa: Don't look at me like that. We both wanted the Grail. I would have done anything to get it. You would have done the same.
Indiana Jones: I'm sorry you think so.
Indiana Jones: [shouting, as the boat is being chopped up by a propeller] Why are you trying to kill us?
Kazim: Because you are looking for the Holy Grail!
Indiana Jones: My *father* was looking for the Holy Grail! Did you kill him too?
Indiana Jones: Where is he? Talk or you're dead! Dammit tell me! Tell me!
Kazim: If you don't let go Dr. Jones, we'll both die!
Indiana Jones: Then we'll die!
Kazim: My soul is prepared! How's yours?
[Indiana Jones walks over after climbing up from the cliff and Professor Henry Jones grabs him in hug]
Professor Henry Jones: I thought I'd lost you boy.
Indiana Jones: I thought you had too Sir.
Professor Henry Jones: [moves back and attempts to compose himself] Well... well done. Come on.
[Professor Henry Jones walks away and Indiana Jones collapses to the ground in exhaustion]
Professor Henry Jones: [looks back and frowns] Why are you sitting there resting when we're so near the end?
Principal SS Officer at Castle: [the Nazis burst into the room] Dr. Jones?
Principal SS Officer at Castle: I will take zuh book now.
Principal SS Officer at Castle: You have zuh diary in your pocket.
Professor Henry Jones: You dolt! You think my son would be that stupid? That he would bring my diary all the way back here?
Professor Henry Jones: You didn't, did you?
Professor Henry Jones: You didn't bring it, did you?
Indiana Jones: Well, uh...
Professor Henry Jones: You *did*!
Indiana Jones: Look, can we discuss this later?
Professor Henry Jones: I should have mailed it to the Marx Brothers!
Indiana Jones: Will you take it easy?
Professor Henry Jones: Take it easy? Why do you think I sent it home in the first place? So it wouldn't fall into their hands!
Indiana Jones: I came here to SAVE you!
Professor Henry Jones: Oh, yeah? And who's gonna come to save you, JUNIOR?
Indiana Jones: [shouts] I told you...
[grabs a gun and shoots all soldiers dead]
Indiana Jones: DON'T call me Junior!
Professor Henry Jones: Look what you did! I can't believe what you did!
Sallah: [an explosion destroyed the car that Indy, Sallah and Dr. Jones arrived in] That car was my brother-in-law's.
Butler: [Answering door] Yes?
Indiana Jones: [In Scottish accent] Not before time! did you intend to leave us standing on the doorstep all day? we're drenched
[sneezes in butler's face]
Indiana Jones: Now look, I've gone and caught a sniffle
Butler: Are you expected?
Indiana Jones: Don't take that tone with me my good man! Now buttle off and tell Baron Brunwald that Lord Clarence McDonald and his lovely assistant
[Drags Elsa towards him]
Indiana Jones: are here to view the tapestries
Indiana Jones: The old man is dense, this is a castle isn't it? there are tapestries
Butler: This is a castle and we have many tapestries, and if you are a Scottish lord then I am Mickey Mouse!
Indiana Jones: How dare he?
[punches butler in face]
Indiana Jones: It was just the two of us, Dad. That was a lonely way to grow up, lonely for both of us. I can remember the last time we had a drink together; I had a milkshake. But we didn't talk; we've never talked. If you'd been an average and regular father, like all of my friends' dads, you would've understood.
Professor Henry Jones: I was a wonderful father.
Indiana Jones: Yeah, how?
Professor Henry Jones: Did I ever tell you to eat up, go to bed, wash your ears, or do your homework? No. I respected your privacy, and I taught you self-reliance.
Indiana Jones: I'll tell you what you taught me: that I was less important to you than people who've been dead for centuries, who spoke long-extinct languages, and whose own countries have forgotten what they used to call themselves. I learned all of that so well, we've hardly spoken for 20 years.
Professor Henry Jones: You left just as you were becoming interesting.
[He closes his diary]
Professor Henry Jones: Okay, I'm here now. So what do you want to talk about?
[Indy finds himself at a loss for words]
Indiana Jones: I... I can't think of... anything.
[Henry looks baffled]
Professor Henry Jones: Then what are you complaining about? We have work to do. Now then, he who finds the Grail must face 3 challenges. First, is the Path of God: Only the penitent man shall pass. Second, is the Word of God: Only in the footsteps of God, shall he proceed. Third, is the Breath of God: Only in a leap from the lion's head, shall he prove his worth.
Professor Henry Jones: [Examining the broken vase] Late 14th Ming Dynasty. Oh it breaks the heart.
Indiana Jones: And the head. You hit me dad.
Professor Henry Jones: I'll never forgive myself.
Indiana Jones: Don't worry I'm all right.
Professor Henry Jones: Thank God... it's fake. See you can tell with the cross sections.
Elsa: You came back for the book? Why?
Indiana Jones: My father didn't want it incinerated.
Elsa: [angrily] Is that what you think of me? I believe in the Grail, not the Swastika!
Indiana Jones: [angrily] You stood up to be counted with the enemies of everything the Grail stands for! Who gives a *damn* what you believe?
Elsa: [pleadingly] You do!
[Indy has untied a boat as a diversion for the Nazis]
Indiana Jones: Come on, Dad! Come on!
Professor Henry Jones: What about the boat? We're not going on the boat?
Professor Henry Jones: And in this sort of race, there's no silver medal for finishing second.
Panama Hat: Small world, Dr. Jones.
Indiana Jones: Too small for two of us.
Panama Hat: This is the second time I've had to reclaim my property from you.
Indiana Jones: That belongs in a museum.
Panama Hat: So do you.
Grail Knight: But choose wisely, for while the true Grail will bring you life, the false Grail will take it from you.
Indiana Jones: [grabbing Elsa by the throat] All I have to do is squeeze.
Elsa: All I have to do is scream.
Marcus Brody: Indy, Henry, follow me. I know the way. Ha!
[Marcus' horse rides off with him barely hanging onto it]
Professor Henry Jones: Got lost in his own museum, eh?
Indiana Jones: Uh-huh.
Professor Henry Jones: After you, Junior.
Indiana Jones: Yes, sir. Ha!
Indiana Jones: [Selecting the plainest cup in the Grail Chamber] ... THAT'S the cup of a carpenter.
Indiana Jones: You have chosen... wisely. But, beware: the Grail cannot pass beyond the Great Seal. That is the boundry, and the price, of immortality.
Sallah: [after having taken five camels formerly belonging to hired troops working for the Nazis] Compensation for my brother-in-law's car!
[Donovan wants Indy to get the Grail]
Walter Donovan: You could go down in history.
Indiana Jones: As what? A Nazi stooge like you?
Walter Donovan: The Nazis? Is that the limit of your vision? The Nazis want to write themselves into the Grail legend, take on the world. Well, they're welcome to it. But I want the Grail itself, the cup that gives everlasting life. Hitler can have the world, but he can't take it with him. I'm going to be drinking my own health after he's gone the way of the dodo.
[Indy and his father have stolen a plane from the airship, and are now being chased by German fighters]
Indiana Jones: Dad, you're going to have to use the machine gun. Get it ready!
[Henry turns around and gets the gun ready]
Indiana Jones: [spotting an approaching fighter] 11 o'clock! Dad, 11 o'clock!
Professor Henry Jones: [looking at his watch] What happens at 11 o'clock?
Professor Henry Jones: I find, that if I just sit down to think...
[sits in chair, which tilts backward and opens up a hidden staircase]
Indiana Jones: [falling down hidden staircase] Daaaaad!
Professor Henry Jones: [resetting chair legs] The solution presents itself!
Indiana Jones: [steals a flower for Elsa] Fraulein, will you permit me?
Elsa: I usually don't.
Indiana Jones: I usually don't either.
Elsa: In that case I permit you.
Indiana Jones: It would make me very happy.
Elsa: But I am already sad, by tomorrow it will have faded.
Indiana Jones: Tomorrow I'll steal you another one.
Elsa: Dr. Jones?
Indiana Jones: Yes?
Elsa: I knew it was you, you have your father's eyes.
Indiana Jones: And my mother's ears but the rest belongs to you.
Elsa: It looks like the best parts have already been spoken for.
Indiana Jones: ...who drinks the water I shall give him, says the Lord, will have a spring inside him welling up for eternal life. Let them bring me to your holy mountain in the place where you dwell. Across the desert and through the mountain to the Canyon of the Crescent Moon, to the Temple where the cup that - where the cup that holds the blood of Jesus Christ resides forever.
Marcus Brody: The search for the Grail is the search for the divine in all of us. But if you want facts, Indy, I've none to give you. At my age, I'm prepared to take a few things on faith.
Elsa: [after finding that her room has been ransacked] My room.
Indiana Jones: Mine too.
Elsa: What were they looking for?
Indiana Jones: This.
Elsa: The Grail Diary?
Indiana Jones: Uh huh.
Elsa: You had it? You didn't trust me?
Indiana Jones: I didn't know you. At least I let you tag along.
Elsa: Oh yes, Give them a flower and they'll follow you anywhere.
Indiana Jones: Knock it off, you're not mad.
Indiana Jones: No, you like the way I do things.
Elsa: You're lucky I don't do things the same way. You'd still be standing at the Venice Pier.
Indiana Jones: What do you think is going on here? Since I've met you I've nearly been incinerated, drowned, shot at and chopped into fish bait. We're caught in the middle of something sinister here. My guess is dad found out more than he was looking for and until I am sure I am going to continue to do things the way I think they should be done.
[Indiana Kisses Elsa]
Elsa: How dare you kiss me.
[Elsa Kisses Indiana]
Indiana Jones: Leave me alone, I don't like fast women.
Elsa: [while nibbling on Indiana's ear] And I hate arrogant men.
Indiana Jones: [after they both fall into bed, kissing] Ahh, Venice.
Indiana Jones: [Looking through his binoculars and seeing a tank] 12 pound gun.
Professor Henry Jones: What are you doing? Get down.
Indiana Jones: Dad, we're well out of range.
[the tanks fires on them]
Kazim: [to Indy] Ask yourself, why do you seek the Cup of Christ? Is it for His glory, or for yours?
Professor Henry Jones: You say this has been just another typical day for you huh?
Indiana Jones: NO. It's been better than most.
Marcus Brody: My reputation preceeds me.
Sallah: There is no museum in Iskenderun.
German Guide: Papers, please.
Sallah: [laughing] Papers? Of course
Marcus Brody: Yes.
Sallah: Papers. Got it here. Just finished reading it myself.
Marcus Brody: Yes.
Sallah: "Egyptian Mail," morning edition.
Marcus Brody: Did you say, uh...
[Sallah punches one of the German guides]
Walter Donovan: As you can now see, Dr. Jones, we are on the verge of completing a quest that began almost two thousand years ago. We're just one step away.
Indiana Jones: That's usually when the ground falls out from underneath your feet.
Indiana Jones: [Indy bursts through the window into his father's room. He's hit on the head with a vase]
Professor Henry Jones: Junior!
Indiana Jones: [reflexively] Yes, sir!
Professor Henry Jones: It IS you, Junior!
Indiana Jones: Don't call me that, please!
[Henry Jones has just disarmed a Nazi soldier by squirting ink in his face from his fountain pen]
Marcus Brody: [meaningfully] Henry... the pen.
Professor Henry Jones: What?
Marcus Brody: Don't you see? The *pen* is mightier than the sword!
[Brody smiles goofily yet happily]
Indiana Jones: Listen. Since I've met you I've nearly been incinerated, drowned, shot at, and chopped into fish bait. We're caught in the middle of something sinister here, my guess is dad found out more than he was looking for and until I'm sure, I'm going to continue to do things the way I think they should be done.
Indiana Jones: Petroleum... I should stick a well down here and retire.
Professor Henry Jones: I misjudged you, Walter. I knew you would sell your mother for an Etruscan vase. But I didn't know you would sell out your country and your soul... to the slime of humanity.
Walter Donovan: [points a gun at Indy] The Grail is mine. And you're going to get it for me.
Indiana Jones: Shooting me won't get you anywhere.
Walter Donovan: You know something, Dr. Jones? You're absolutely right.
[He shoots Henry in the stomach]
[Indy and his father have boarded the airship]
Indiana Jones: Well, we made it!
Professor Henry Jones: [looking out from behind his newspaper] When we are airborne, with Germany behind us, *then* I will share that sentiment!
Fedora: You got heart, kid.
[about the cross]
Fedora: But that belongs to me.
Young Indy: It belongs to Coronado.
Fedora: Coronado's dead, and so are all of his grandchildren!
Young Indy: This should be in a museum!
[Elsa slips into a crevice and nearly falls, but Indiana grabs her leather gloved hands just in time. She slowly turns her head to see the grail resting below her]
Indiana Jones: Elsa...
[Elsa wrenches her left hand free to reach the grail]
Indiana Jones: Elsa. Don't Elsa. Elsa. Give me your other hand honey, I can't hold you!
Elsa: I can reach it... I can reach it...
[the glove on her hand starts slipping]
Indiana Jones: Elsa. Give me your hand, give me your other hand!
[Elsa cries out as she nearly touches the grail. The glove suddenly slips off her hand and she plunges into the abyss]
Indiana Jones: Elsa!
Indiana Jones: [Being tied up together] We gotta get free, dad. We've gotts get to Marcus before the Nazis do.
Professor Henry Jones: I thought that Marcus had a 2 day head start, and would vanish, disappear.
Indiana Jones: No. I made that up. C'mon dad, you know Marcus he got lost in one of his own museums one time. Dad, can you reach into my left pocket?
Professor Henry Jones: What will I find?
Indiana Jones: [Sarcastically] A lucky charm.
Professor Henry Jones: [Reaches into Indy's left jacket pocket] Feels like a cigarette lighter.
Indiana Jones: Use it to burn the ropes.
[Then Henry lights thew lighter and reaches back and burns himself androps the lighter to the floor, and after blowing on it a few times he starts a fire]
Professor Henry Jones: Son, there's something I have to tell you.
Indiana Jones: Don't get sentimental now dad, save until we get out.
Professor Henry Jones: The floor is in fire, and the chair.
Professor Henry Jones: Junior?
Indiana Jones: Yes, sir.
Professor Henry Jones: It *is* you, Junior.
Indiana Jones: Don't call me that. *Please*.
Walter Donovan: Find the man and you'll find the Grail.
Indiana Jones: You've got the wrong Jones, Mr. Donovan. Why don't you try my father?
Walter Donovan: We already have. Your father is the man who has disappeared.
[Vogel has captured Henry]
Walter Donovan: Colonel. Jones is getting away.
Colonel Vogel: I think not, Herr Donovan.
Walter Donovan: Not THAT Jones, the OTHER Jones.
Indiana Jones: Oh, rats!
[Indiana Jones finds a whole bunch of rats in his path]
Professor Henry Jones: [after hearing that Indy read the tablet] If only I could have been there with you.
Indiana Jones: There were rats, Dad.
Professor Henry Jones: [Startled] Rats?
Elsa: [meeting Indy and Marcus in Venice] The last time I saw your father we were in the library. He was very close to tracking down the Knight's tomb. I've never seen him so excited. He was as giddy as a schoolboy.
Indiana Jones: Who, Atilla The Professor? He was never giddy, even when he was a schoolboy.
[Elsa has helped Vogal capture Indy and his father]
Indiana Jones: She ransacked her own room, and I fell for it!
Professor Henry Jones: This is intolerable!
[Elsa picks up the Grail and attempts to leave the Temple with it]
Elsa: We have got it, come on!
Indiana Jones: Elsa. Elsa don't move.
Elsa: It's ours Indy, yours and mine.
Indiana Jones: Elsa don't cross the seal. The knight warned us not to take the grail from here!
[Elsa ignores Indiana and her bootheel steps across the Great Seal, triggering the temple's collapse]
Indiana Jones: Bingo!
Elsa: You don't disappoint, Dr. Jones. You're a great deal like your father.
Indiana Jones: Except he's lost and I'm not.
Professor Henry Jones: [after escaping from the Nazis, and coming onto a road sign] Stop, wait, stop! Stop! You're going the wrong way. We have to get to Berlin.
Indiana Jones: [Points to the sign] Brody's *this* way.
Professor Henry Jones: My diary's in Berlin.
Indiana Jones: [cross] We don't need the diary, dad; Marcus has the map.
Professor Henry Jones: There is more in the diary than *just the map*.
Indiana Jones: [stops the motorcycle, annoyed] All right, Dad. Tell me.
Professor Henry Jones: Well, he who finds the Grail must face the final challenge.
Indiana Jones: What final challenge?
Professor Henry Jones: Three devices of such lethal cunning.
Indiana Jones: Booby traps?
Professor Henry Jones: Oh, yes. But I found the clues that will safely take us through them in the Chronicles of St. Anselm.
Indiana Jones: [pleased] Well, what are they?
Indiana Jones: Can't you remember?
Professor Henry Jones: I wrote them down in my diary so that I wouldn't *have* to remember.
Indiana Jones: [angry] Half the German Army's on our tail and you want me to go to Berlin? Into the lion's den?
Professor Henry Jones: Yes! The only thing that matters is the Grail.
Indiana Jones: What about Marcus?
Professor Henry Jones: Marcus would agree with me!
Indiana Jones: [quietly] Two selfless martyrs; Jesus Christ.
Professor Henry Jones: [slaps Indy, angrily] That was for blasphemy! The quest for the Grail is not archaeology; it's a race against evil! If it is captured by the Nazis, the armies of darkness will march all over the face of the Earth! Do you understand me?
Indiana Jones: [Still annoyed] This is an obsession, dad. I *never* understood it. Never. Neither did mom.
Professor Henry Jones: Oh, yes she did. Just all too well. But, she kept her illness from me. All I could do was mourn her.
Colonel Vogel: [after blasting a truck off of the tank] Where is Jones?
Walter Donovan: Germany has declared war on the Jones boys.
Walter Donovan: Well, Marcus, we're on the verge of the greatest discovery in the history of mankind.
Marcus Brody: And you're meddling with powers you can't possibly comprehend.
Professor Henry Jones: [to Indy] Well, I didn't trust her. Why did you?
Walter Donovan: Because he didn't take my advice. Didn't I tell you not to trust anyone, Dr. Jones?
Marcus Brody: [to a street vendor] No thank you ma'am, I'm a vegetarian.
Marcus Brody: [in dismay] Does anyone understand a word I'm saying here?
Walter Donovan: Care to wet your whistle Marcus?
Marcus Brody: I'd rather spit in your face. But as I haven't got any spit...
[takes the flasks, but it is grabbed by Vogel before he can take a sip]
Marcus Brody: [on top of a moving army tank with Indiana] How does one get off this thing?
[Indy accidentally hits him with his elbow as he pulls back for a punch; Marcus falls off the tank]
Walter Donovan: I trust your trip down was comfortable, Dr Jones. My men didn't alarm you, I hope.
Walter Donovan: Enjoy this Mr. Brody. You're about to witness the best discoveries in the history of mankind.
Marcus Brody: You're meddling with powers you can't possibly comprehend.
Young Indy: [bursts into his father's study] Dad...!
Professor Henry Jones: Out.
Young Indy: I have to show you something!
Professor Henry Jones: It can wait. Count to twenty.
Young Indy: No, Dad, I-!
Professor Henry Jones: Junior!
Young Indy: One, two, three, f...
Professor Henry Jones: In Greek.
Young Indy: [rolls his eyes] Ana, theo, thea...
Walter Donovan: [Elsa selects the gaudiest cup in the Grail Chamber, for Donovan] This is indeed the cup of the King of Kings.
[He drinks from the "Grail", and proceeds to age rapidly]
Walter Donovan: What's happening to me?
[Panicked, he grabs Elsa while transforming into a hideous aberration]
Walter Donovan: Tell me! WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO ME?
[Elsa screams in horror as Donovan becomes a skeletal monstrosity, which Indy wrenches away from her. Donovan is thrown backward and reduced to a cloud of dust, which drafts carry from the chamber]
Grail Knight: He chose... unwisely.
Grail Knight: I knew you'd come. But my strength has left me.
Indiana Jones: Who are you?
Grail Knight: The last of three brothers who swore an oath to find the grail and to guard it.
Indiana Jones: That was seven hundred years ago.
Grail Knight: Long time to wait. You're strangely dressed for a knight.
Indiana Jones: What exactly? A knight? What do you mean?
Grail Knight: I was chosen because I was the bravest, the most worthy. The honor was mine until another came to challenge me to single combat...
[offering his sword to Indiana Jones]
Grail Knight: I pass to you who'll vanquish me.
[Indy and his father, tied to chairs, manoeuvre into a fireplace which revolves into a radio room full of Nazi officers. A female officer turns and sees them. They smile awkwardly at her]
Female Officer at Castle: [smiles, then screeches] ALARM!
Indiana Jones: She ransacked her own room and I fell for it. How did you know she was a Nazi?
Professor Henry Jones: Hmm?
Indiana Jones: How did you know she was a Nazi?
Professor Henry Jones: She talks in her sleep.
Professor Henry Jones: [Indy nods at his father, then the statement catches up with him. He looks at his father in surprise] I didn't trust her, why did you?