Fantastic Voyage

At our present size, I should think so,

If those corpuscles can take on air,
there's no reason why we can't.

All we have to do is
hook up the snorkel to that air chamber,

and when Benes inhales,
there should be plenty of pressure
to force the oxygen into the tank.

- How's that sound to you, skipper?
- Well, it's a dangerous procedure.

If I miss the timing
we could explode the air tanks, but...

I'm willing to try it.
I think we should.
Yes, of course. We must try it.
One more thing. It'll be safer
if everybody leaves the sub but me.

I'll get the equipment.
- You didn't fasten it down too well.
- But I did! I'm positive.

- Then how come it worked loose?
- I've no idea.

How badly is it damaged?
I don't know. We'll have to test it.
That'll have to wait until after we're refuelled.
I can't imagine how it could have happened.
I distinctly remember fastening it down.

Must've been jarred loose
during the whirlpool.

Better get these on as quickly as possible.
They've stopped on
the outer limits of the left lung.

Another delay, with only 42 minutes left.