Discussion in 'Lucasfilm Ltd. In-Depth Discussion' started by GrandAdmiral_Frank, Oct 11, 2008.
Indiana Jones: I hate snakes, Jock! I hate 'em!
Jock: Come on! Show a little back bone, will ya?
Indiana Jones: Neo meaing new and Lithic I-T-H-I-C meaing stone. All right lets get back to this site. Turteen burial near Hazelton. Contains a central path passage and three chambers or cists.
That's as close as I could get with spelling, damn online scripts are nothing.
Heh, yea, this is the tough part.
Indy:...don't confuse that with robbing, in which case we mean the removal of the contents of the barrow. This site also demonstrates...one of the great dangers of archaeology. Not the life and limb, although that does sometimes take place, no, I'm talking about folklore. In this case, local tradition held that there was a golden coffin buried at the site, and this accounts for the holes dug all over the barrow and the general poor condition of the find. However, chamber three was undisturbed, and the undisturbed chamber and the grave goods that were found in another, uh---in the area, give us a r--uh...reason to da--to, uh, to-to date this, uh, find as we have. Um...
Yeah, I didn't know that line either. It sucks that none of the online scripts I've found had the correct line.
Indiana: I had it, Marcus. I had it in my hand.
Marcus: What happened?
Indiana Jones: Guess.
BTW, HanSolo29, that was impressive with that line quoting. I dub thee master of this thread.
Well, I had a little help from the DVD. I don't think anyone would have that whole thing memorized.
Indiana: I can get it, Marcus. I've figured it all out. There's only one place he can sell it, Marikesh (sp?). I need two thousand dollars, and then...
We skipped a few lines, but that's okay. Moving along...
Marcus: Listen to me, old boy. I brought some people to see you.
Indiana: Who are they?
Marcus: Army Intelligence. They knew you were coming before I did. Seem to know everything. They wouldn't tell me what they want.
Indiana: What does the army want with me? Am I in trouble?
Major Eaton: Yes, Dr. Jones, we've heard a great deal about you.
Indiana Jones: Have you?
Major Eaton: Uh, professor of archaeology, expert on the occult, and uh, how does one say it? Obtainer of rare antiquities.
Indiana Jones: That's one way of saying it. Why don't you sit down?, you'll be more comfortable.
Colonel Musgrove: Oh, thank you. Yes, you're a man of many talents.
Major Eaton: Now, you studied under Professor Ravenwood at the University of Chicago?
Indiana: Yes, I did.
Major Eaton: Do you have any idea of his present whereabouts?
Indiana: Uh...well, just rumors, really. Somewhere in Asia, I think. I haven't really spoken to him for ten years. We were friends, but, uh...had a bit of a falling out, I'm afraid.
Colonel Musgrove: Now, Doctor Jones, you must understand that this is all completely confidential.
Indiana: I understand.
Colonel Musgrove: Yesterday afternoon our European section intercepted a German communiquÃ© that was sent from Cairo to Berlin.